Drawing the eternal feminine

Holland, Allison (2010). Drawing the eternal feminine. In Marie-Cecile Forest and Ted Gott (Ed.), Gustave Moreau and the eternal feminine (pp. 80-87) Melbourne, Australia: National Gallery of Victoria.

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Author Holland, Allison
Title of chapter Drawing the eternal feminine
Title of book Gustave Moreau and the eternal feminine
Place of Publication Melbourne, Australia
Publisher National Gallery of Victoria
Publication Year 2010
Sub-type Creative work
Open Access Status
ISBN 978072410335
Editor Marie-Cecile Forest
Ted Gott
Chapter number 8
Start page 80
End page 87
Total pages 7
Total chapters 11
Language eng
Subjects Original Creative Work - Textual work
Abstract/Summary A prolific draughtsman, on his death Gustave Moreau had accumulated around 14,000 drawings, which then became the foundation of his house-museum collection. The artist's commitment to drawing is evident in the meticulous copies he ade of the old masters, such as Andrea del Sarto, Donatello and Vittore Carpaccio, while visiting Italy from October 1857 until September 1859.
Q-Index Code BX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown
Additional Notes Published for the exhibition: Gustave Moreau & the eternal feminine, a major international loan from the artist's studio, held at National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, 10 December 2010 - 10 April 2011.

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