By Neil McWilliam
This bibliography offers a resource for stories of the state-sponsored Parisian exhibitions of portray and sculpture (Salons) held in the course of the July Monarchy and moment Republic (1831-1851). It contains an in depth checklist of references, each one offered in a regular structure, with titles, dates and ordering codes dependent upon the holdings of the Biblioth?que nationale in Paris. it really is listed either through authors and through periodicals. The essays and articles which are catalogued are of basic value in constructing an image of up to date reactions to artwork in mid-nineteenth-century France and but the traditional paintings through Maurice Tourneux, Salons et expositions d'art a Paris, 1801-1870, has been out of print for a number of many years. via incorporating and correcting the appropriate fabric from Tourneux and including new references collected from unpublished nineteenth-century manuscript bibliographies and a extensive pattern of the periodical press, this paintings deals a considerable elevate within the quantity and diversity of feedback on hand for research by means of cultural and literary historians.
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Pp. 13-16. , p. 2. ] "Recit d'un voyageur" L'Echo de la jeune France t. I (1833) n° 3, pp. 107-112. ] "Projet d'un Musee historique forme par la reunion du Palais des Thermes et de 1'Hotel de Cluny, par M. Albert Lenoir, architecte" L'Edile de Paris t. I (1833) n° 4, 5 mai, pp. 11-15. ] "Ouverture du Salon"; "Salon de 1833" L'Entr'acte (1833) n° 64, 5 mars; n° 78, 19 mars; n° 82, 23 mars; [la suite n'a pas paru]. ] "Promenade au Salon" Figaro (1833) n° 90, 31 mars. ], 0101; BIBLIOPHILE JACOB, 0126; N.
J. : voir C. J. T. TRIANON, Henri : voir ANNET, A. & TRIANON, H. 0179 VIEL-CASTEL, Comte Horace de Salon de 1833 "Beaux-Arts. Salon de 1833" Bagatelle (1833) pp. 228-230; pp. 239-241; pp. 253-256; pp. 276-278; pp. 299-301; pp. 312-313; pp. 334-336. 5143 [4°] 0180 WALDOR, Mme Melanie "Salon de 1833. Sculpture" Journal des femmes t. IV (1833) 4 mai, pp. 250-253. 5180 [4°] voir ARAGON, 0124; ARAGON, 0125; JAUNEZ, 0157, participant a la meme serie d'articles 29 SALON DE 1834 0181 AB [BOUQUET, Auguste] "Execution de Desiree Francoise Liberte (Parodie de la Jane Gray de M.
145-152; n° 15, pp. 169-172; n° 16, pp. 181-189; n° 17, pp. 193-194. ] attribution : Tourneux, p. ] "M. , cols. 1844-1846. ] "Salon de 1835" Le Corsaire (1835) n° 2491, 9 mars, pp. 1-2; n° 2498, 16 mars, p. 3; n° 2492 [sic], 20 mars, p. 2; n° 2494 [sic], 22 mars, pp. 1-2; n° 2499 [sic], 27 mars, pp. 1-2; n° 2502, 30 mars, pp. , p. 2. ] "Salon de 1835"; "Beaux-Arts. - Salon de 1835" Courrier des theatres (1835) n° 5919, 7 mars, pp. 2-3; n° 5928, 16 mars, p. 2; n° 5939, 27 mars, pp. 2-3. ] Critique du Salon de 1835 par une societe d/artistes et d/hommes de lettres.