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On interroge un intellectuel islamiste type Chebel, Ramadan , ou autre:. Ce n'est pas marginal. Les effets sont patents dans certains pays. II, pages London: Ivan Rioufol Je vous cite: Or, en regardant autour de moi, ce n'est pas ce que je constate! L'islam ne passera pas. Comme tous les fanatismes, l'islam fera un jour le pas de trop, qui le plongera au fond du gouffre, lui, ses adeptes et ses soutiens.
A partir de ce jour, les choses redeviendront presque comme avant. Mais personne ne peut dire quand et comment cela ca se passer. Pas question, donc, de le laisser s'islamiser! Vous parlez de pudeur Merci pour nous, les femmes non musulmanes!!! Et pour prolonger ma liste: Il faudra comprendre que vous n'aurez jamais raison si vous discutez d'Islam alors que vous ignorez ses fondements, ses principes et ses pratiques. Le djihad, un devoir de tout bon musulman de diffuser la religion y compris par la contrainte, prend diverses formes et monte toutes les vagues qu'il rencontre Lire dans ce cadre l'analyse: Justement, le mode de vie occidental est partout celui qui est envahissant; voyagez juste un peu et comme par magie: Le mental de l'etre europeen est a nouveau nauseabond; chassez le naturel Vous etes si facilement manipulable; c'est dramatique pour vous.
Nous le constatons lorsque la police ne peut entrer dans certains quartiers! Peut-on comparer les situations de et de ? Non, sauf en quelques points tels que Roubaix et le etc. Cependant, comme il y a des niches fiscales, il y a en outre des niches communautaires. Il faut redresser la barre.
Les anglo-saxons sont un exemple dans ce domaine Freedom of speech:. Ca me console un peu. Que l'on se rassure. Ce n'est pas le cas: Il va falloir d'autres preuves pour me convaincre. Mais est-elle la cause de son accroissement? Gomme l'a si bien dit M. Ce n'est pas d'ail leurs en fermant les yeux sur le mal qu'on pourra l'enrayer. Mais ce n'est pas tout que de punir: J'approuve les policiers de la BAC, ils font le boulot que la justice qui pourtant juge en notre nom ne veut pas faire. Sur le sort des 1. Pourquoi pas en d'ailleurs? A ce jeu on fait dire, tout et son contraire.
Trop facile d'instrumentaliser les chiffres comme vous le faites: Quel ratio population urbaine et rurale? Allez, une question facile: Seulement eux, le jour du grand chambardement, s'exileront vers des terres plus accueillantes et ce n'est certainement pas dans un pays islamiques. Quand leur "progressisme-relativisme" nous conduit aux pires obscurantismes Quand il faut se loger, s'instruire, aller et venir Dommage que je ne puisse joindre mes prises sur ce fil.
Il y en a pour tout le monde. Seul point noir, il n'y pas assez de blancs dans les arrondissements centraux. Moi aussi avec lui. La question n'est pas de savoir si on se fait remplacer mais quand on va devenir minoritaire. Tout est dit par ces branleurs Je suis bien conscient de ce probleme. Oui, cent fois oui! Le coup fumant, le voici: Un nouveau cahier du Nouvel Obs titre: Nouvel Obs Beaux Arts -http: Sous quelle occupation culturelle vivons-nous aujourd'hui? Ils avaient tous un parent, un fils, un cousin qui avait fait le trajet Marseille - Alger et qui risquait de se faire tuer.
Mais de cela nous n'en parlerons plus. Seul le "massacre" du 17 octobre a fait l'objet d'une reconnaissance. L'ile de France, un nouveau Kossova en devenir? Il nous prend pour des buses, ce type.ipdwew0030atl2.public.registeredsite.com/34552-phone-tracking-program.php
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Les enfants de musulmans sont donc bien des musulmans effectifs, automatiquement et passivement, et pour en sortir, ils doivent apostasier. Il y a vraiment des coups de pieds au c. Il mobilisait quelques personnes plus une centaine de chauffeurs qui sillonnaient Paris et sa Banlieue. Je ne vois pas en quoi toutes ces questions expliquent qu'en il y avait un taux de 8,4 meutres et assassinats pour habitants alorsqu'aujourd'hui on a environ 1 homicide pour habitants.
Mais n'est-ce pas ce que chacun fait sur ce blog? Hollande est de plus en plus maso. Mais nous le sentons, ce danger. Nous aimerions bien nous tromper et croire aux mythes! Ici, nous relatons des faits!!! OUI, il y a un danger d'expansion de l'islam! Le multiculturalisme est un leurre. Et comme pour circuler sur la route, si on ne suit pas le code, c'est le foutoir. Le communautarisme, les tribus, les clans, c'est typique du continent africain.
Pire, on le soutient. Ce sont ces 3 valeurs qui attirent les migrants de tout poil. Leur veulerie est sans limite et c'est pourquoi je ne suis pas optimiste. What you say is not really friendly, but not entirely wrong. The only problem is that our leaders are so intellectually miserable and ignorant history, religion, philosophy , that we just cannot do anything, we're just like prisonners.
Journalists except a few ones like I. We also regret that the Church does'nt play anymore the role it should, as already considering itself as a loser. Et que vous a t-elle donc fait, la droite catholique? Ne pensez vous pas qu'aujourd'hui plus que jamais le concept de valeurs est important?
Nous avons notre libre-arbitre et Dieu s'il existe n'est jamais intervenu dans les affaires des hommes. Le constat est fait ici et ailleurs depuis longtemps. Totalement d'accord avec votre post! Il y a des cars de CRS et les wechs ont disparu! Ils n'auraient pas pu le faire avant? Par contre contre la droite, ils sont "vigilants" Tous les espoirs sont permis.
Non je ne vous prends pas pour un pleutre. Le 10 octobre " Une parole commune entre nous et vous " ,pourquoi pas l'inverse? Je fais partie de ceux qui ne cessent de clamer qu'il ne faut pas se tromper de cible.
Elle continue par embuscades que l'on ne cesse de nous tendre. Devant une telle attitude on se pose la question de savoir qui divise la France? L'observation ne suffit plus, I Rioufol. Pas plus qu'au Cambodge C'est comme si une Cham ne pouvait pas poster hors du Cambodge. Si je ne le dis pas, qui s'en rend compte?
Vos cris ne changent rien aux faits. Madame je vous remercie.
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Volontiers railleur, provocateur, lumineux d'intelligence. Tiens, tiens, qui l'aurait cru? Vous avez bien lu: En plus, Valls veut faciliter la naturalisation Hollande s'est repenti pour le 17 octobre Thomas La justice faire son travail Sans vous en rendre compte,vous me rendez hommage. Mon bord est celui de l'intelligence. Qui ne me fait pas dire noir quand je vois blanc et vive et versa. C'est parmi eux que l'on a eu nos soldats les plus courageux,les plus solides,les plus valeureux.
Mais cela est une autre histoire, dont on pourra parler un jour, dans cette comparaison attristante avec l'aujourd'hui et le hier, sans faire Caton l'Ancien. Nous payons tous, et en plus fort cher, la propagande de l'antifrance La "crise des vocations" n'affecte ni les imams ni les rabbins. Ce drapeau Fln dont de Gaulle disait que lui vivant il ne flotterait jamais sur Alger flotte sur Paris. Ils ne se battaient pas contre la France.
Rioufol qui a besoin de statistiques alors que le resultat d'une immigration incontrolee, mais voulue par la nomenklatura, est sous nos yeux, dans nos rues, dans chaque ville de France, et bientot dans chaque village. Je ne suis pas sujette a des hallucinations lorsque je vois la part d' extra-Europeens augmenter d'annee en annee ou que Je me rende en France; lorsque les demandes communautaristes se font de plus en plus exigeantes et nombreuses; lorsque des mosquees sortent de terre comme des champignons; lorsque le halal et le casher envahissent nos assiettes et deviennent la norme barbarie envers les animaux.
Que voulez-vous que des statistiques nous apprennent de plus? Elles seront minorees pour telle ou telle raison et la nomenklatura continuera a se moquer de nous. Seule une resistance sans faille pour lutter contre cet etat de fait est indispensable. Tout a fait d'accord avec vous. Toutes les immigrations sont nocives pour notre pays depassees un certain seuil. Nous avons le droit de le dire, de le repeter et de nous battre pour inverser la tendance, coute que coute! Le pire, c'est que vous croyez en ce que vous dites. En vous remerciant, en plus ,de recommander les ouvrages d'Amouroux alors que je venais de le faire.
Il faut lire le papier de Bernard Lugan sur son Blog: Quel est donc le vrai bilan de cette manifestation? Quelle honte pour notre pays,pour notre peuple. Gloire et honneur au sergent Richomme,au soldat Decourteix et au cavalier Feullebois. Et je ne juge rien. We should get ours immigrants among christians from all the countries where they are persecuted: And they should melt.
Instead, we prefer people which simply are not able to melt and even want to put their own rotten, regressive and out of date ill-traditions in the place. We crazzy people are going to die if we keep going on this erratic way. Que pouvons-nous refuser d'accepter? Ensemble nous pouvons trouver des solutions. Et nous avons des amis partout en Europe: Non rien d'autre, merci. Pour en savoir plus: Atlantico, 17 octobre Lionel Jospin et remis au mois de janvier par M. Bien plus grave, si ce sont eux qui conseillent nos gouvernants, on est mal, vraiment mal. Mais je n'ai rien dit de tel! Ce dont nous n'avons pas besoin.
Il y a sur ce fil d'excellents textes et liens. Il semble prendre des vessies pour des lanternes. Grand merci pour vos informations. En faisant acte d'un "repentir" qui n'engage que lui, Mollasson Ier vient de montrer son vrai visage: La pourriture est contagieuse.
Comme les grands silences annonciateurs de chaos, je ne sais pas ce qui se trame en coulisse dans ce pays, mais je sais que nous allons droit vers un inconnu dont personne ne devine les contours. Le laxime aussi puissant. Les faits divers sont quotidiens. La plupart des gens sont incapables de s'adapter. Pour tuer un boa, il faut simplement attendre qu'il soit repu et assoupi. Si on n'a pas compris ce qu'entreprend FH alors While Ziem had capital income in —54, the amount in those years was too small to be reflected in the graph. Within these cycles, two main periods may be distinguished.
From through , his annual sales amounted to 27, francs, on average. If we exclude the two particular high-income years, and , the mean for the second cycle is 80, francs three times as much. In its time, such an annual income was exceptional. By comparison, between the s and the s, the annual income for a family of small farmers amounted to or francs. Half of the government employees were paid between 1, francs and 2, francs a year, whereas a good lawyer could expect to make 25, to 30, francs. After , his income increased even more, reaching the top 6 percent.
Before , Ziem sold a painting for 1, francs, on average. After , the average price doubled, reaching 2, francs. In parallel, the volume of the works of art he sold increased by one third between the two periods, from 32 works per year to To put it simply, if Ziem became richer, it is because he sold more and at a higher price. Over time, Ziem always painted the same type of marine landscapes with well-known monuments—the Salute dome or the St. The paintings reproduced in figs. What does fluctuate is the frequency of these subjects,  though among the landscapes whose location can be identified, the number of scenes of Venice is, for most of the years, the highest—from on, they make up between 60 percent and 80 percent table 3.
Ziem started to sell Istanbul landscapes in July , one year after his long journey to the Ottoman Empire and to Egypt. Finally, Ziem sold, on average, from one to six views of Marseille and Martigues. From on, Ziem divided his time between his travels around the Mediterranean Sea, and his studio in Paris, and his studio beside the pond in Martigues fig. There, in , he turned the surrounding terrain into a large complex of reduced-scale mosques and minarets, in order to recreate the oriental shores and paint, as if in situ, from nature. The prices paid for his Istanbul landscapes during the same period were less consistent.
Quite the opposite, they bring up a paradox: The contrary happened, and to explain this it is necessary to make a sociological analysis of his earnings by looking at the networks around Ziem. The graph shown table 5 analyzes the total amount of income received from art dealers, from collectors identified or not , and from the state. It also points out the capital income in black until , when Ziem stopped recording it and the auction earnings, in green. The period —68 may be seen as a transition: This transition corresponded to a period in which the Salon disappointed Ziem.
Afterwards, the account book shows an exponential increase in income. From on, Ziem received at least 60 percent of his income from art dealers, except in , when the majority of his sales were to collectors. He must have considered starting an account book as symbolic of—and a door opener to—material success. As his father did not accept his desire to become a painter, Ziem had to manage by himself. He opened a drawing school in Marseilles, where he gave watercolor and drawing lessons to the cosmopolitan aristocracy and sold landscapes of his travels to Italy to the same high society.
The history of his success at the Salon is well documented. This Salon success triggered a series of achievements. As Ziem made his reputation in Paris, his total income increased. Indeed, it multiplied tenfold between and , from 3, to 40, francs table 6. In February , the Venice painting displayed at the Salon, Venise, vue du palais des Doges , was purchased for 1, francs. The analysis of his annual income table 6 shows the crucial role played by collectors, identified or not.
His success at the Salon meant that he would remain fashionable among the aristocracy. As the dealer and art critic Ludovic Baschet wrote in Table 7 List of collectors who bought from Ziem at least 1, francs worth of his works of art, between and , sorted by the total amount of their purchases. The second main collector was William T. Walters, a railroad magnate and a collector from Baltimore.
It appears that William T. Walters either bought existing works  or commissioned them from the artist. For instance, Antony Roux commissioned a landscape in for 6, francs. The Salon was thus a lucrative marketplace for Ziem. The first negative Salon review of his work came in As Ziem was gaining a reputation through the Salon, art dealers started to approach him.
In , his account book shows two art dealers: Adolphe Beugniet and Alexis Febvre. There were twelve from through However, these earnings figures must be related to the number of works sold. In this period, art dealers purchased paintings and 22 watercolors from the artist; in comparison, collectors bought paintings and 36 watercolors. Ziem thus sold rather similar quantities of artworks to art dealers and to collectors 43 percent and 57 percent , but the latter contributed twice as much to his income as the dealers.
In order to explain this, a closer look at the types and prices of works sold is needed. The difference comes from the prices. Between and , Ziem sold his works for higher prices to private collectors. The average purchase price for a painting was 1, francs for a collector, francs for an art dealer.
For a Venice painting, it was 1, francs for a collector, and francs, for an art dealer; for a landscape of Anvers, 1, francs and francs, respectively for a collector and a dealer. A view of Marseille was sold to a collector for 1, francs, on average, and to a dealer for francs. The prices are similar for the Istanbul landscapes—2, francs, on average, for both collectors and dealers.
These figures show that art dealers purchased the same quantity of works as collectors, but at lower prices. The dealers who were trading with Ziem did not form a homogeneous group. According to the account book, their relations to, and interactions with, the artist were quite diverse. Indeed, the average price per work of art was francs. A Belgian banker, politician, collector, and art dealer, he was associated for a time with Petit. Among the art dealers who were dealing with Ziem, Adolphe Beugniet distinguished himself for being the most faithful.
Their relationship lasted throughout the entire period covered by the account book. From their correspondence, it appears that Beugniet provided various services to Ziem. At the time, the artist lived most of the time in Martigues or in Venice and regularly sent some of his works to Beugniet, whose gallery was situated at 18, rue Laffitte. Artist and dealer had a close relationship: Beugniet commissioned works from Ziem, but the painter could impose his conditions, as can be seen from the following letter, written in February Beugniet, It is a pleasure to hear from you and to be informed that you received my painting, which is safe and sound.
Moreover, you can see that it was not to spare me from covering a few strips with paint, as the very complicated subject required two and a half times as much time as I spent to make the last large one for you. I could have sold it for a higher price, but I kept this piece specifically for you and I would not have changed its destination for anything in the world.
Furthermore, you will see that the painting will be appreciated. It is clear that in their contract, Beugniet had commissioned a painting with precise dimensions, at a given price, but Ziem ignored the specifications, sending a smaller painting to the art dealer. As he had the upper hand in the relationship, he maintained the initial price, arguing that the subject was more complicated than expected. He could even introduce competition among his twelve art dealers.
Petit had a close relationship with the wealthiest collectors, who were his clients and who trusted him when he bought on their behalf. Of course, it is also possible that Morny had engaged Petit to purchase the work for him, which would account for the exorbitant price. Indeed, if Beugniet provided Ziem with a safety net, the artist grew richer thanks to Petit. From to , the artist received a total of 14, francs from Beugniet, yet three times as much from Petit 43, francs. Ziem also traded differently with the latter. His relationship with Beugniet was based on productivity—how much time Ziem spent on artworks—whereas Petit traded on scarcity.
Before , Ziem sold 97 paintings representing Venice to art dealers, which represented 60 percent of the total he traded with them. Similarly, the landscapes of Istanbul represented 11 percent, and Marseille 9 percent table 9. Petit preferred purchasing orientalist or Ruisdael-like works, rather than the usual views of Venice: It demonstrates the importance Petit attached to the Holland landscape paintings, and also to the Orientalist taste of the period, which began in the s and was accelerated with the construction of the Suez Canal between and The placement of the circles on the map shows the location of the subject represented in the artworks.
Map by Julien Cavero Labex Transfers. A photograph of around fig. Once he had made his name in that venue, he expanded the group of dealers he supplied. Before , these dealers provided him a safety net, and their purchases were less important than the ones by private and public collectors—in monetary value, not in volume.
During the period —68, the situation would be different; newly focusing on supplying his dealers, he would become even wealthier. In , he purchased a landscape of Venice and another of Istanbul for 4, francs each. When the Duc de Morny died on March 10, the count become a duke in , Ziem lost his greatest patron among private collectors. The sale lasted ten full days, from May 31 to June The proceeds of the sale amounted to 2,, francs,  which was unheard of in because that sum represented, in itself, Francis Petit, who was also the expert for the auction, raised the bidding, purchasing a Vue de Venise for 6, francs.
Even if the average price for Ziem was below that for the other painters—5, francs against 7, francs—it was the first time that a work by Ziem had been sold for such an amount at an auction. Immediately after the Morny sale, two main changes occurred, according to the account book.
In that year, art dealers purchased works from Ziem for unprecedented amounts: Among them, Lucas and Durand-Ruel became major buyers. Residing in Paris since , George Aloysius Lucas served as an agent for a number of American collectors, in particular to the wealthy William T. Walters who returned to the United States in , after the end of the Civil War.
Interestingly, at the same time, Francis Petit stopped dealing with Ziem. This must be a reference to the American dealer Samuel P. Avery — , who went to Paris as the commissioner in charge of the American Art Department during the Exposition. Maybe Ziem wanted to prove that his skills exceeded those evident in his landscape paintings by showing a different type of work. These two paintings were rather unnoticed by the art critics  and, according to his account book, they were not a financial success. Durand-Ruel bought the scene of Carmagnola for 2, francs,  which was a low price when compared with his landscape paintings.
This failure as a history painter may explain why Ziem was not elected to the Salon jury in Immediately after his Salon debacle in , perhaps in a kind of revenge against the official system, he turned to the market by organizing an auction of thirty-four of his watercolors. To make the auction a success, he mobilized one of the best-known auctioneers of the time, Jules Auguste Boussaton ? The sale was scheduled for the 21st of December. At the auction, all the watercolors were sold, for an average hammer price of francs.
Perhaps the watercolors were too recent to be sold at auction: Afterwards, Ziem gave him two watercolors. Yet the support of art dealers is evidenced by the fact that they bought nearly half of the watercolors. The one who shared the profit of the sale with Ziem might certainly be Paul Durand-Ruel who, just after the auction, was given a painting.
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Table 10 Artistic network and value on the secondary art market, in Drag and zoom with mouse click and wheel. Each node is an artist, and a link between two artists means that they were represented in the same auction sale. The more sales two artists have in common, the darker the link is. To make the visualization easier, I also colored the node: Though they were no stars, their works were frequently sold at auction and obtained good prices. By looking at the identity of purchasers during the sales, one can see that six out of ten works by Ziem were bought by two art dealers, Binant  and Petit.
The latter purchased, for a total of 3, francs, the three paintings and the watercolor that were sold at the anonymous auction for which he was the expert. At the same time, it appears that his experience at the Salon had wounded his pride to such an extent that he stopped showing his work at the exhibition. For instance, witnessed his top income, which in that year reached , francs.
Five years later, in , that amount was reduced by three-quarters table 5. These fluctuations reflected the movement of the art market and the economy in general. After the auction, when Ziem stopped exhibiting at the Salon and began to rely more heavily on dealers to make sales, his prices continued to rise. Indeed, the demand for his works continued to rise even as he inundated the market with his landscapes, especially of Venice table 4. There are two explanations for this paradox: The account book shows evidence that both of this happened.
The proportion of his income coming from art dealers remained the same as during the previous period 77 percent: In this period, Ziem received 1,, francs from art dealers and , francs from private collectors. Febvre accounted for the second highest amount of sales to dealers, with 17 percent of the total, then Trip 5.
In this period, foreign art dealers also began to purchase his works. Table 11 Average purchase price for art dealers, depending on the location of their gallery. Like most artists,  Ziem sold his landscapes to art dealers abroad: Parisian art dealers, who were the most numerous, bought at an average 2, francs. Auguste Breysse, who was located in Clichy, purchased some landscapes for 1, francs on average, and Vincent van Gogh, based in The Hague, bought at a mean price of 1, francs. This international network put Ziem in a good situation, particularly between and , as Paul Durand-Ruel was making no direct purchases from Ziem.
The proof of this may be seen in the fact that immediately after opening his gallery in , at 15, boulevard Beaumarchais, Louis Mayer purchased six Venice landscapes from Ziem for a total of 6, francs. Demand from both art dealers and private purchasers was high. As a consequence, the increase in his supply of works did not prevent Ziem from asking good prices.
Indeed, art dealers were sure to resell these landscapes at a higher price. The fact that the Venice, Istanbul, and Marseille paintings were quite similar to each other figs. This high degree of was essential for art dealers, because the risk of change was negligible. Laurent Richard,  Mrs. Wilson,  Viscount Aguado,  and Raymond Sabatier. Alfred Chauchard — , the director of the Louvre department store, was a prime representative of French bourgeois collecting in the Third Republic: Ziem, who outlived the others in the group, benefited from their deaths.
As they began to die out after , the values of their paintings rose at auctions organized by Durand-Ruel and Brame. This tour de force was also made possible by his skills as a businessperson. For instance, he introduced Paul Durand-Ruel to Laurent Richard,  who became an important client of the dealer. Ziem also was gifted at staging his work in his studio.
Indeed, he simulated the scarcity of his work in front of collectors and art dealers by a clever trick, reported by Durand-Ruel:. For many years, he spent the winter in Venice and the warm season in Nice or Martigues. From there he brings back to Paris most of his shipment of paintings which he has carefully unwrapped, more than once, for the visitors, invited one by one, eager to be present at the arrival [of his paintings], always making them think that they are the first ones to see the paintings.
Like Sedelmeyer who, later on, used the same theatrical trick,  he had created a selling style based on a close relationship with the visitor. The customer, being led to believe he was the first to see the new artwork, must have felt very special. Ziem had gathered together an eclectic bric-a-brac from his journeys,  and his guests must have had the impression that they were entering the cave of Ali Baba, whose most precious treasure was the artwork he was about to show them. As a businessperson, Ziem used to give artworks, in most cases flower paintings.
Of course, this apparently unselfish act was self-interested,  the aim surely being to retain his customers. These gifts to his customers began in , as Ziem was turning to art dealers to sell his work: Conclusion When the account book stopped in , Ziem had won recognition and wealth. The Salon had triggered his success; the state and collectors had made him rich.
Until , Ziem split his production between private collectors and art dealers—the latter serving him largely as a safety net. As Ziem decided to turn from the Salon to the art market, in the late s, he supplied his art dealers with 81 percent of his works and became much richer. This dealer-controlled market produced 77 percent of his total income so, obviously, art dealers built his wealth.
Ziem also knew how to market his landscapes, playing the role of a stage-manager in his studio and taking advantage of the publicity to be gained from auction sales. After , Ziem remained a safe investment for art dealers. Le Roy, a Parisian art dealer who had opened a gallery in Being a financially successful painter, whose works found a ready market had some drawbacks. First of all, Ziem aroused jealousy among his contemporaries.
I am also indebted to Julien Cavero and Antoine Courtin for the visualization of the data, and to Anne Cardaillaguet for her support. My references in these notes e. Plon, , Flammarion, , Guillaumin, , The painting was paid for in two payments: Walters Art Gallery, , Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, Catalogue des importants tableaux modernes et aquarelles par Barye, Corot, Eug. Meissonier, Gustave Moreau, G. Sculptures remarquables par A. Galerie Georges Petit, Lugt Henri Lambert fils, , He was also known as an expert for paintings, at auctions. Art Dealer, Collector and Brother of Vincent , exh.
Van Gogh Museum; Paris: From to his gallery appears at number 18 in the Annuaire-almanach du commerce, de l'industrie, de la magistrature et de l'administration Paris: Presses Universitaires de Rennes, , — It was purchased from Ziem by the Rouen Museum of Fine Arts in and corresponds to Vue du Constantinople , , oil on canvas, x cm, no. Randall, The Diary of Georges A. Princeton University Press, , 1: Fournier, Un grand peintre: Flammarion, , n1. To obtain the sale prices and the purchasers, see Fournier, Un grand peintre: Collection des tableaux anciens et modernes qui composent la collection de S.
Tableaux anciens et modernes , February, 12, to February, 13, Lugt ; Collection de M. Tableaux et Aquarelles de l'Ecole moderne , February, 21, to February, 22, Lugt ; Collection d'une collection de tableaux modernes , March, 2, Lugt ; Catalogue de tableaux modernes, jolie statue en marbre blanc, composant la Collection de M. Among them, Meissonier was the record breaker, the average price of a painting of his reaching more than 14, francs. On the other hand, painters of the Barbizon school appeared the most often in the auction sales: Catalogue des tableaux modernes provenant des collections de MM.
Riches tentures, belles tapisseries. Etoffes anciennes, meubles gothiques et de la Renaissance. Tableaux importants de Corot, Daubigny, Fromentin, Ziem. Wolff can rather be identified with M. Wolff from Brussels, whose collection included landscapes by Ziem: Catalogue de tableaux modernes importants composant une partie de la collection de M.
The auction catalogues for the Jourde sale April 4, and the Dagnan sale December 20, are unavailable. Raymond Sabatier , May, 5, , Paris Lugt The Past and the Present , ed. Slovak Academy of Sciences, , — Points, , — In August , Alfred Horsley Hinton — , editor of the British periodical Amateur Photographer and a founding member of the London-based art photography club the Brotherhood of the Linked Ring hereafter Linked Ring , wrote to Alfred Stieglitz — to critique recent photographs by Edward Steichen — In the note, Hinton remarks,.
Many, nay most, of his things were very well exhibited to his fellow artists in his studio. I see no reason why the artist should. Photographers from around Europe and North America were deeply concerned with identifying the characteristics of their national schools. Steichen himself had contributed to the trend, both by participating in F. The trope had proven particularly useful to the artist in Britain, where he had encountered an established Secession movement within photography, yet where he nevertheless had succeeded in making a name for himself through provocation.
However, few observers seem to have fully appreciated the specifically polemical function of Symbolism for the young artist. He was no stranger to photographic experimentation. Hinton was a vocal and permissive advocate for pictorial photography figs. In his own work, he made use of combination printing techniques, and there is evidence suggesting he altered his negatives with a pencil.
As Hinton suggests, the contrast had to do with the tone of the works produced, as well as with their implied goals. Reviewers repeatedly singled out the virtuoso large-format, multi-layered gum-bichromate prints of the Flatiron Building in New York listed in the catalogue as Flatiron—Evening ; fig. The first, with its allusions to the work of Alfred Stieglitz, as well as to a daringly modern architectural design the Flatiron Building in New York , announces the emergence of a national school and signals a polemical tone.
The portrait of Rodin invokes a significant Continental precursor and hints at an established philosophy of art making more specifically, Symbolism ; the nocturnal landscape offers an example of how the project might be realized anew through the re-interpretation of Impressionist subject matter in American pictorial photography. The Aesthetics of Impressionist Photography in Britain Although the British members of the Linked Ring were united in their desire to promote and pursue art photography, opinions varied as to the best means of achieving those ends.
Margaret Harker notes that, while certain artists adopted more clearly idiosyncratic measures, the membership of the Linked Ring tended to fall into two broadly defined categories: The former believed in the sanctity of the photographic process—certain attempts to manipulate or transform the image might be acceptable, as long as the photographer made use of exclusively photographic means. Harker contrasts the two factions within the Linked Ring by suggesting an essentially oppositional grounding: It is important to recognize, though, that both the Purists and the Impressionists emphasized the necessity of observing nature  and, as Brian Liddy notes, British Pictorial photographers overwhelmingly tended to interpret nature literally, favoring landscape views in their efforts to promote and develop art photography.
The attitudes that structured this position appeared in the earliest apologies for photographic Impressionism. For Davison, the modern epoch was characterized by a dedication to objectivity, to measurement, to reason.
Specifically, the positivist era enjoyed ethical and political advantages. In this model, intellectual freedom inevitably ensured more material freedoms. In other words, Impressionism permitted, even required, a personal interpretation of nature. In a later passage specifying how a photographer might go about mastering the medium, the author clarifies the remark: As scholars have noted, the emphasis on individuality of expression and personal style was by no means unusual. Pictorial practitioners frequently invoked these terms in the photography-as-art debate at the turn of the century. This last point would become a central concern for the author, who would take up a leadership role in leftist politics in the final decades of his life.
For his part, while Hinton neither openly embraced the Impressionist label nor advocated for Impressionism as such, the characterization would have been apt, considering his critical and theoretical writing. For the most part, Hinton eschews the historical determinism upon which Davison founds his apology. In this context, Hinton considers the implications of manipulating the image during printing.
He recognizes that the approach could jeopardize the vital link between the image and observed reality, but he concludes that even an extreme instance might be permissible, as long as the resulting picture has some more generalized basis in observation. Hinton further echoes Davison both by privileging the concept of the impression and by causally linking it to individual interpretation. Although one means of creating the desired effect could be soft focus, other uses of focus, including sharp and detailed focus, as well as of framing and lighting, should come into play, as necessary.
Hinton does not invoke politics as consistently as Davison does, yet a comparable inflection emerges from his insistence upon individual artistic freedom, particularly when considered in light of the communal model of artistic reception that structures his discussion. And here Hinton references the ideals by turns sentimental and heroic that were commonly credited with shaping and nourishing the social body in Victorian England: For Hinton, well-crafted pictures bridge the distance between individuals—art functions as a form of communication, but it also forges a link by cultivating empathy.
Impressionist photography for Hinton, as for Davison, is a means of creating and maintaining a community—one that fosters health and well-being; one that values beauty, nobility, and self-sacrifice; and one that exists as free individuals linked voluntarily by the bond of fellow-feeling and a shared perspective.
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In short, like Davison, Hinton had faith in positivist observation, and in an art of representation, yet he also asserted the value of individual freedom. In the event, it suggests an important relation between art and lived reality—it implies that the end of art is, and should be, to contribute to the health and well-being of society. It is impossible to create an edifying, socially responsible art if that art denies its relationship to and its responsibility to the real. La entrada Machu Picchu: En la cuna de la Patagonia. Quejas, acusaciones, trampas y hasta amenazas se aplicaron sobre decenas de puntos en litigio.
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