Beyond Chinoiserie

In Beyond Chinoiserie, historians of art, literature, and material culture address artistic relations between China and the West during the nineteenth century, a time when Western powers' attempts at extending a sphere of influence in China ...

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Author: Petra ten-Doesschate Chu

Publisher: East and West

ISBN: 900438782X

Category: Art

Page: 324

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In Beyond Chinoiserie, historians of art, literature, and material culture address artistic relations between China and the West during the nineteenth century, a time when Western powers' attempts at extending a sphere of influence in China led to increasingly hostile interactions.

Beyonce Chinoiserie

In Beyond Chinoiserie, historians of art, literature, and material culture address artistic relations between China and the West during the nineteenth century, a time when Western powers’ attempts at extending a sphere of influence in ...

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Author: Petra ten-Doesschate Chu

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004387836

Category: Art

Page: 340

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In Beyond Chinoiserie, historians of art, literature, and material culture address artistic relations between China and the West during the nineteenth century, a time when Western powers’ attempts at extending a sphere of influence in China led to increasingly hostile interactions.

Ideographia

The moral overtones of such a choice , however , did not go unnoticed , and
indeed it was the critics of chinoiserie who ... reaches far beyond chinoiserie , the
specific rhetorical gesture that underlies his sweeping condemnation of Chinese
 ...

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Author: David Porter

Publisher: Stanford University Press

ISBN: 0804732035

Category: History

Page: 296

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From the first successful Jesuit mission to China in 1583, China's cultural practices transfixed the attention of Western philosophers, theologians, architects, artists, entrepreneurs, and social critics. This book traces recurrent patterns in the European imaginative constructions of China through four illuminating spheres of encounter: linguistic, theological, aesthetic, and economic.

Chinoiserie

Herodotus was unaware of the Pamirs or the Himalayas , and called the Indians
the most easterly of all the inhabitants of Asia , ' beyond them the country is
uninhabitable desert ' . When Alexander of Macedon conquered ' the world ' he ,
in ...

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Author: Oliver R. Impey

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: UVA:X006193529

Category: Art

Page: 208

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The styles called chinoiserie were the European dream of the Orient, an escapist style of decoration that flourished in the courts and houses of 17th and 18th century Europe. This book examines the style and how it developed. Organized in fourteen chapters, with separate chapters on furniture, lacquer and Japan; architecture ; interior decoration ; metalwork ; textiles ; painting, drawing and engraving ; and the Anglo-Chinese garden ; two chapters on ceramics ; and bibliography.

Reframing Japonisme

Seattle and London: Mississippi Museum of Art in association with the University
of Washington Press. Chu, Petra ten-Doesschate. 2018. “Victor Hugo and the
Romantic Dream of China.” In Beyond Chinoiserie: Artistic Exchange between ...

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Author: Elizabeth Emery

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA

ISBN: 9781501344640

Category: Art

Page: 272

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Japonisme, the nineteenth-century fascination for Japanese art, has generated an enormous body of scholarship since the beginning of the twenty-first century, but most of it neglects the women who acquired objects from the Far East and sold them to clients or displayed them in their homes before bequeathing them to museums. The stories of women shopkeepers, collectors, and artists rarely appear in memoirs left by those associated with the japoniste movement. This volume brings to light the culturally important, yet largely forgotten activities of women such as Clémence d'Ennery (1823–1898), who began collecting Japanese and Chinese chimeras in the 1840s, built and decorated a house for them in the 1870s, and bequeathed the “Musée d'Ennery” to the state as a free public museum in 1893. A friend of the Goncourt brothers and a fifty-year patron of Parisian dealers of Asian art, d'Ennery's struggles to gain recognition as a collector and curator serve as a lens through which to examine the collecting and display practices of other women of her day. Travelers to Japan such as the Duchesse de Persigny, Isabella Stewart Gardner, and Laure Durand- Fardel returned with souvenirs that they shared with friends and family. Salon hostesses including Juliette Adam, Louise Cahen d'Anvers, Princesse Mathilde, and Marguerite Charpentier provided venues for the discussion and examination of Japanese art objects, as did well-known art dealers Madame Desoye, Madame Malinet, Madame Hatty, and Madame Langweil. Writers, actresses, and artists-Judith Gautier, Thérèse Bentzon, Sarah Bernhardt, and Mary Cassatt, to name just a few- took inspiration from the Japanese material in circulation to create their own unique works of art. Largely absent from the history of Japonisme, these women-and many others-actively collected Japanese art, interacted with auction houses and art dealers, and formed collections now at the heart of museums such as the Louvre, the Musée Guimet, the Musée Cernuschi, the Musée Unterlinden, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Objects Beyond Feeling

This generalization is clarified by Catherine Pagani in her discussion of James
Cox's chinoiserie clocks . She states : “ Although chinoiserie reached its zenith in
the 1750's , some remnants of the style persisted until the nineteenth century .

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Author: Creighton Wright Don

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015049504833

Category: Art, Chinese

Page: 303

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British Modernism and Chinoiserie

Once we get beyond the familiar catalogue of affect and imagery, however,
Strachey departs from the chinoiserie script to offer an intriguing analysis of the
source of these poems' power. While the works themselves may be 'strange' or ...

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Author: Anne Witchard

Publisher: Edinburgh University Press

ISBN: 9780748690978

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 235

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This volume examines the ways in which an intellectual vogue for a mythic China was a constituent element of British modernism.

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Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:31951D009854968

Category: Chinese literature

Page:

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The Purchase of the Past

Beyond chinoiserie. Artistic exchanges between China and the West during the
late Qing dynasty (1796–1911) (Leiden: Brill, 2019). My thanks to Elizabeth
Emery for sharing her wonderful essay. 104 105 collecting as a fashionable and
 ...

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Author: Tom Stammers

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108807227

Category: History

Page:

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Offering a broad and vivid survey of the culture of collecting from the French Revolution to the Belle Époque, The Purchase of the Past explores how material things became a central means of accessing and imagining the past in nineteenth-century France. By subverting the monarchical establishment, the French Revolution not only heralded the dawn of the museum age, it also threw an unprecedented quantity of artworks into commercial circulation, allowing private individuals to pose as custodians and saviours of the endangered cultural inheritance. Through their common itineraries, erudition and sociability, an early generation of scavengers established their own form of 'private patrimony', independent from state control. Over a century of Parisian history, Tom Stammers explores collectors' investments – not just financial but also emotional and imaginative – in historical artefacts, as well as their uncomfortable relationship with public institutions. In so doing, he argues that private collections were a critical site for salvaging and interpreting the past in a post-revolutionary society, accelerating but also complicating the development of a shared national heritage.

Chinoiserie

The long and glorious history of Venice seems to be governed by its inhabitants '
almost genetic passion for the distant lands that lie beyond the Strait of the
Dardanelles , beyond the shores of the eastern ' Mare Nostrum ' , a passion that ...

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Author: Francesco Morena

Publisher: Centro Di Edizioni

ISBN: STANFORD:36105115338357

Category: Art

Page: 326

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The first complete study of Chinoiserie in Italy.

Vogue

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Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105029375024

Category: Dressmaking

Page:

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Catalogue

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Author: Theodore Front Musical Literature

Publisher:

ISBN: UVA:X002270149

Category: Booksellers' catalogs

Page:

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Lacquerwork in Asia and Beyond

No particularly " Chinese " objects have survived in Persian lacquer , and while '
chinoiserie ' elements occur in the supposed earliest examples of Middle Eastern
' lacquers ' ( i . e . 15th c . book bindings ) , they cannot be argued to be part of ...

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Author: William Watson

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:B4925104

Category: Art objects, Asian

Page: 345

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The False Formosan

It is heavily redolent of chinoiserie , of the pastoral charm and fantastic scenes
that were the Orient of taste . Beyond that it has coalesced the chinoiserie vision
into an actual kingdom and shown that this land is dominated by order and
reason .

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Author: Richard M. Swiderski

Publisher: Edwin Mellen Press

ISBN: UOM:39015025285845

Category: Impostors and imposture

Page: 270

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This is reconsideration of the Assyrian Christian scholar and confidence man George Psalmanazar who dazzled 18th-century London in the disguise of a Chinese savant. Swiderski explores the fabulism and credulity of the time as well as analyzing the scientific curiosity aroused by Psalmanazar's writings.

The Georgian Group Journal

the circular moongate, enticing the imagination beyond the visible to the unseen.
... 35 His allusion to chinoiserie is fleeting, but it focuses the unease expressed
by the more serious satirists of chinoiserie, who warned their readers of ...

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Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105017130530

Category: Architecture

Page:

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Writing China

Although the lopsided conversation Pénelon stages between Socrates and
Confucius provides targets for Socrates vituperation that reach far beyond
chinoiserie , the rhetorical gesture that underlies his sweeping condemnation of
Chinese ...

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Author: David Lewis Porter

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105019792428

Category:

Page: 666

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Keyboard

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has a great deal to do with the interested in exoticism per se , but rather in the
way that “ I can ' t Eastern influences have been assimilated by Wesimagine a ...

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Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015015000105

Category: Electronic musical instruments

Page:

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Burma and Beyond

As far as bald facts are concerned , these annals can be trusted , but there is a
mixture of patronage and dogmatism , and an assumption that everything must
conform to Chinese ways . This Chinoiserie shows itself particularly in the
conviction ...

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Author: Sir James George Scott

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:$B683318

Category: Burma

Page: 349

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Beyond the Legacy

Another example of Il - khanid chinoiserie is evident in a bowl , datable to the
early fourteenth century ( no . 5 ) . Decorated with a stylized floral design
centered on a lotus flower , the vessel bears the hallmarks of a type of ware
erroneously ...

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Author: Thomas Lawton

Publisher: University of Washington Press

ISBN: UOM:39015049633863

Category: Art

Page: 352

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Together the Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery at the Smithsonian Institution form the national museum of Asian art for the U.S. Featuring those gift and purchases honoring the 10th anniversary of the Sackler and the 75th anniversary of the Freer, this sumptuously illustrated volume traces not only the evolution of this country's perception of Asia, but also the evolution of the museum and its role. Essays by Thomas Lawton, former director of both galleries, and Thomas W. Lentz, deputy director, detail the separate but interrelated histories and directions of the two galleries.