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Salon Des Femmes by Gary M. Douglas

Title Salon Des Femmes
Author Gary M. Douglas
Publisher Access Consciousness Publishing Company
Release 2014-09
Category
Total Pages 456
ISBN 9781939261854
Language English, Spanish, and French
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What if you lived in a world where everybody was kind to each other? What if you were the one who could assist in creating that?What if you had a relationship that was loving, caring, and receiving--and not unaware, not hating, and not judging?Gary Douglas is on a mission to end the perpetual conflict between men and women. Salon des Femmes is based on a series of teleclasses Douglas held with a group of women. They discussed men, sex, relationships, men's and women's roles, and creating amazing, harmonious relationships. It blends the ground-breaking Access Consciousness® tools and processes, insightful revelations and heart-warming inspiration. Says Douglas: "My desire is to give women in the world a greater sense of peace with others and peace with self and the place where they wouldn't feel like they have to fight for everything they are getting."Douglas encourages women to become "pragmatists of femininity," applying their feminine power to create what they want. A "pragmatic relationship" is where partners strive to make things work for everyone involved, he says. "Happily ever after doesn't occur unless you are willing to become pragmatic about your choices.""Salon des Femmes is a profound book. If it's read with care, it will change women's lives in really big ways."

La Querelle Des Femmes by Nikole Marie Hollenitsch

Title La Querelle Des Femmes
Author Nikole Marie Hollenitsch
Publisher
Release 2013
Category France
Total Pages 170
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Les Femmes de L poque Des Lumi res
Author Judith Jeremie
Publisher
Release 2008
Category Marital status
Total Pages 194
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Le Paradis De Femmes by Carolyn C. Lougee

Title Le Paradis De Femmes
Author Carolyn C. Lougee
Publisher Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press
Release 1976
Category Feminism
Total Pages 252
ISBN 9780691052397
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Description for this book, Le Paradis des Femmes: Women, Salons, and Social Stratification in Seventeenth-Century France, will be forthcoming.

Rivals and Conspirators by Fae Brauer

Title Rivals and Conspirators
Author Fae Brauer
Publisher Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Release 2014-07-08
Category Art
Total Pages 457
ISBN 144386370X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Once the State-run Salon in Paris closed, an array of independent Salons mushroomed starting with the French Artists Salon and Women’s Salon in 1881 followed by the Independent Artists’ Salon, National Salon of Fine Arts and Autumn Salon. Offering an unparalleled choice of art identities and alliances, together with undreamed-of opportunities for sales, commissions, prizes and art criticism, these great Salons guaranteed the centripetal and centrifugal power of Paris as the “modern art centre”. Lured by the prospect of being exhibited annually in Salons the size of Biennales today, a huge number and national diversity of artists, from the Australian Rupert Bunny to the Spaniards Pablo Picasso and Juan Gris, flocked to Paris. Yet by no means were these Salons equal in power, nor did they work consensually to forge this “modern art centre”. Formed on the basis of their different cultural politics, constantly they rivalled one another for State acquisitions and commissions, exhibition places and spaces, awards, and every other means of enhancing their legitimacy. By no means were the avant-garde salons those that most succeeded. Instead, as this culturo-political history demonstrates, the French Artists’ and National Fine Art Salons were the most successful, with the genderist French Artists' Salon being the most powerful and “official”. Despite the renown today of Neo-Impressionism, Art Nouveau, Fauvism, Cubism and Orphism, the most powerful artists in this “modern art centre” were not Sonia Delaunay, Émile Gallé, Paul Signac, Henri Matisse or even Picasso but such Academicians as Léon Bonnat, William Bouguereau, Fernand Cormon, Edouard Detaille, Gabriel Ferrier, Jean-Paul Laurens, Luc-Oliver Merson and Aimé Morot, who exhibited at the “official” Salon supported by the machinery of the State. In its exposure of the rivalry, conflict and struggle between the Salons and their artists, this is an unprecedented history of dissension. It also exposes how, just below the welcoming internationalist veneer of this “modern art centre”, intense persecutionist paranoia lay festering. Whenever France’s “civilizing mission” seemed culturally, commercially or colonially threatened, it erupted in waves of nationalist xenophobia turning artistic rivalry into bitter enmity. In exposing how rivals became transmuted into conspirators, ultimately this book reveals a paradox resonant in histories that celebrate the international triumph of French modern art: that this magnetic “centre”, which began by welcoming international modernists, ended by attacking them for undermining its cultural supremacy, contaminating its “civilizing mission” and politically persecuting the very modernist culture for which it has received historical renown.

Women Artists in Interwar France by PaulaJ. Birnbaum

Title Women Artists in Interwar France
Author PaulaJ. Birnbaum
Publisher Routledge
Release 2017-07-05
Category Art
Total Pages 358
ISBN 1351536710
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Women Artists in Interwar France: Framing Femininities illuminates the importance of the Soci? des Femmes Artists Modernes, more commonly known as FAM, and returns this group to its proper place in the history of modern art. In particular, this volume explores how FAM and its most famous members?Suzanne Valadon, Marie Laurencin, and Tamara de Lempicka?brought a new approach to the most prominent themes of female embodiment: the self-portrait, motherhood, and the female nude. These women reimagined art's conventions and changed the direction of both art history and the politics of their contemporary art world. FAM has been excluded from histories of modern art despite its prominence during the interwar years. Paula Birnbaum's study redresses this omission, contextualizing the group's legacy in light of the conservative politics of 1930s France. The group's artistic response to the reactionary views and images of women at the time is shown to be a key element in the narrative of modernist formalism. Although many FAM works are missing?one reason for the lack of attention paid to their efforts?Birnbaum's extensive research, through archives, press clippings, and first-hand interviews with artists' families, reclaims FAM as an important chapter in the history of art from the interwar years.

The World of the Salons by Antoine Lilti

Title The World of the Salons
Author Antoine Lilti
Publisher Oxford University Press, USA
Release 2015
Category History
Total Pages 328
ISBN 0199772347
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"The world of the 18th century salon has long been lauded as a meritocratic setting where writers, philosophers, and women created the Enlightenment. Based on a thorough study of archival sources and using methodology derived from cultural history, social history, and the history of literature, The World of Salons proposes a completely new reading of salons' sociability in eighteenth-century Paris. It challenges the commonly accepted vision of salons as literary circles that were part of the Republic of Letters. It argues, instead, that salons were institutions of worldly sociability, had helped shape 'the world' (le monde) and high society. They have been essential places where the aristocratic elites of the capital met and interacted with literary figures. These interactions based on the mastery of the codes of polite conversation but also on the circulation of news and of personal reputations are the subject of this book. The World of the Salon looks at the way in which eighteenth-century social elites redefined themselves through their practices of worldly sociability. It highlights why some men of letters of the Enlightenment attended the salons. Moving from the salons to worldliness permits taking on some broader debates as well. What relations did worldly sociability maintain with the public sphere? How did the Parisian nobility use the idea of worldly merit and the figure of the man of the world (homme du monde) to preserve its social preeminence? Was the new political culture characterized by an appeal to the public compatible with the monarchical apparatus and with court intrigues? The World of the Salons is suitable for an Anglophone audience of early modern European cultural, political, and intellectual historians"--Provided by publisher.

Title From the Salon to the Schoolroom
Author Rebecca Rogers
Publisher Penn State Press
Release 2010-11-01
Category Social Science
Total Pages
ISBN 9780271045566
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Women Art Critics in Nineteenth Century France
Author Wendelin Guentner
Publisher University of Delaware
Release 2013-03-14
Category Art
Total Pages 382
ISBN 1611494478
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book is the first sustained study of a corpus of writings by women art critics active in nineteenth-century France that have all but “vanished” from the historical record. Written by scholars in art history and in literature, the essays employ a variety of interdisciplinary approaches and methodologies to study the women’s reception of specific artworks and aesthetic movements in the nineteenth century, the intersections of aesthetics and politics in their essays, and their rhetorical strategies and literary styles.

Title Salons History and the Creation of Seventeenth Century France
Author Faith E. Beasley
Publisher Routledge
Release 2017-09-29
Category Literary Criticism
Total Pages 358
ISBN 1351902210
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The first half of the book is a detailed study of how the salons influenced the development of literature. Beasley argues that many women were not only writers, they also served as critics for the literary sphere as a whole. In the second half of the book Beasley examines how historians and literary critics subsequently portrayed the seventeenth century literary realm, which became identified with the great reign of Louis XIV and designated the official canon of French literature. Beasley argues that in a rewriting of this past, the salons were reconfigured in order to advance an alternative view of this premier moment of French culture and of the literary masterpieces that developed out of it. Through her analysis of how the seventeenth century salon has been defined and transmitted to posterity, Beasley illuminates facets of France's collective memory, and the powers that constituted it in the past and that are still working to define it today.

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