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David J. Getsy is the Goldabelle McComb Finn Distinguished Professor of Art History at the School of the Art Institute .

David J. Getsy is the Goldabelle McComb Finn Distinguished Professor of Art History at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He is the author of Rodin: Sex and the Making of Modern Sculpture (Yale 2010) and Body Doubles: Sculpture in Britain, 1877-1905 (Yale 2004). Series: British Art and Visual Culture since 1750 New Readings. Hardcover: 331 pages.

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Sculpture And The Pursuit Of A Modern Ideal In Britain, c. 1880-1930 (British Art and Visual Culture Since 1750 New Readings).

Sculptors and critics put forth competing ideals for a new, modern view of sculpture, either ad Beginning in the last decades of the nineteenth century, Britain experienced a renewed interest in the art of sculpture. Sculpture and the Pursuit of a Modern Ideal in Britain is the first anthology of its kind to discuss the developments in three-dimensional art in this period. Sculptors and critics put forth competing ideals for a new, modern view of sculpture, either adapting or rejecting tradition. Sculpture And The Pursuit Of A Modern Ideal In Britain, c. 0754609960 (ISBN13: 9780754609964).

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The New Sculpture represents an alternate formulation of a new direction for sculpture at the end of the nineteenth century. Getsy, David, e. Sculpture and the Pursuit of a Modern Ideal in Britain, . 880–1930. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2004. Whereas the major French alternative to mid-19th-century sculpture, Auguste Rodin, increasingly left the accurate representation of the human body behind, the New Sculptors by and large chose to grapple with issues arising from the naturalistic representation of the body and the detailed rendering of its surface variations. Gosse, Edmund (1894). The New Sculpture: 1879–1894". 56: 138–42, 199–203, 277–82, 306–11.

Sculpture and the Pursuit of a Modern Ideal in Britain c. 1880-1930 by David J. Getsy. Georgians revealed: life, style and the making of modern Britain, an exhibition held at the British Library, 8 November 2013 – 11 March 2014. January 2004 · The Burlington magazine. Youth Culture in Modern Britain, . 920-1970 David Fowler. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008  . Accompanying book by Moira Goff, John Goldfinch, Karen Limper-Herz and Helen Peden, with an introduction by Amanda Goodrich.

Wagner 2005 explores modern sculpture through three British modern masters and is a fine introduction to the plastic arts in England . 1880–1930. Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2004.

Wagner 2005 explores modern sculpture through three British modern masters and is a fine introduction to the plastic arts in England during the period. Curtis 2008 explores the important and interconnected relationship between sculpture and architecture. Todorov 2014 discusses the roots of elemental sculpture, or the relationship between sculpture and natural elements.

Visual Resources, January 2018 Modeling Modernity: Instruction Books . 880-1930.

Visual Resources, January 2018 Modeling Modernity: Instruction Books and the History of Modern Sculpture Martina Droth Figure 5. Advertisement for an anatomical figure in Édouard Lantéri, Modelling: A Guide for Students and Teachers (London: Chapman & Hall, 1902), unpaginated (last page). The books are characteristic of a genre of technical writing that promotes clay modeling as the foundation of sculpture.

Sculpture and the Pursuit of a Modern Ideal in Britain is the first anthology if its kind to discuss the developments in three-dimensional art in this period. The eleven essays in this volume discuss a wide range of styles and approaches, examining the cultural, political, and artistic debates surrounding the place and function of sculpture.

Beginning in the last decades of the nineteenth century, Britain experienced a renewed interest in the art of sculpture. Sculpture and the Pursuit of a Modern Ideal in Britain is the first anthology of its kind to discuss the developments in three-dimensional art in this period. Sculptors and critics put forth competing ideals for a new, modern view of sculpture, either adapting or rejecting tradition. The eleven essays in this volume discuss a wide range of styles and approaches, examining the cultural, political, and artistic debates surrounding the place and function of sculpture. With new studies of high-profile monuments such as the Piccadilly Eros, as well as examinations of under-acknowledged sculptors, this volume presents a series of case studies essential to an understanding of why and how sculpture played a central role in the emergence of modern art in Britain.