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Forum Historiae 2/2017: Local Roots – European Connections. The Position of Nazarene Art in 19th-Century Europe
Zostavovatelia: Pavla Machalíková – Angelika Herucová
jazyková úprava: Robin Cassling
obrázok na titulnej strane: Friedrich Overbeck: Adoration of the Kings (1813, detail). Source: commons.wikimedia.org
Grafická úprava: Angelika Herucová
Autori: Katarína Beňová, Marta Herucová, Adéla Klinerová, Olga Kotková, Katharina Lovecky, Isabelle Saint Martin, Pavel Štěpánek, Petr Tomášek
 
 
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The Reception of the Nazarene Movement in France

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Isabelle Saint Martin
Summary

Saint Martin, Isabelle: The Reception of the Nazarene Movement in France
The purpose of this overview is to examine the reception of the Nazarene movement in France by first recalling how art criticism interpreted the works and theories of Nazarene painters.  Then by addressing the question of the existence of a French Nazarene movement, which is currently being debated in modern historiography.  And finally by looking at how Nazarene compositions, engravings in particular, had a direct influence on the production of religious paintings, stained glass and other illustrated works of devotion throughout the 19th century. If Nazarene art had little direct impact on major religious paintings in France, and if its reception was controversial with art critics, Nazarene theories nevertheless made a lasting contribution in defining an ideal model of Christian art, whose criteria were posited by Montalembert and Rio. Their influence was to be felt in debates and controversies on the subject of religious art throughout the century.

Keywords

Christian art, France, 19th Century, Art theory, Nazarene movement

Bibliografická informácia

Isabelle Saint Martin : The Reception of the Nazarene Movement in France. In Forum Historiae, 2017, roč. 11, č. 2. ISSN 1337-6861.


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Isabelle Saint-Martin is Professor of Art History at the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (EPHE). She recently published Art chrétien/art sacré. Regards du catholicisme sur l'art (France, XIXe-XXe siècle), Presses universitaires de Rennes, 2014 and edited, with Paul-Louis Rinuy, Sainte Face, visage de Dieu, visage de l'homme dans l'art contemporain (XIXe-XXIe siècle), Presses universitaires de Paris-Ouest, 2015.


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