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Camille Claudel

a sculpture of interior solitude

by Angelo Caranfa

  • 355 Want to read
  • 29 Currently reading

Published by Bucknell University Press, Associated University Presses in Lewisburg, London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • France
    • Subjects:
    • Claudel, Camille, 1864-1943.,
    • Sculptors -- France -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 196-201) and index.

      StatementAngelo Caranfa.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNB553.C44 C36 1999
      The Physical Object
      Pagination214 p. :
      Number of Pages214
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL367653M
      ISBN 100838753914
      LC Control Number98028188

      ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: The tragedy of Camille Claudel --Camille Claudel's family and youth --Rodin's rise to genius --Rodin and Camille Claudel --The eternal triangle: Rodin, Camille Claudel, and Rose Beuret --A private marriage contract --Emotional .   Camille Claudel: A Novel the latest book by Alma Bond addresses the mysteries of Claudel’s life art and love. Bond charts her girlhood in rural France her struggle to find tutelage and support for her art her partnership with Rodin their prolonged break-up and finally the gradual fading of Claudel’s sanity and reputation.4/5.

      Camille Claudel, sister of writer Paul Claudel, was a gifted nineteenth-century French sculptor who worked with Auguste Rodin, became his lover, and then left him to gain recognition for herself in the art world.1/5.   La Valse or Les Valseurs (The Waltz in English) is my favourite sculpture, I can remember the first time I saw a picture of it in an art history book years ago. I didn’t know anything about Camille Claudel, the artist who had create such a beautiful and emotional representation of a couple dancing.. The sculpture is a bronze of a woman and a man dancing a waltz and the .

      Camille Claudel, in full Camille-Rosalie Claudel, (born December 8, , Villeneuve-sur-Fère, France—died Octo , Montdevergues asylum, Montfavet, near Avignon), French sculptor of whose work little remains and who for many years was best known as the mistress and muse of Auguste was also the sister of Paul Claudel, whose journals and memoirs . From French author and producer Delb&#;e, a fictionalized biography of current French feminist martyr Claudel, whose ill- starred life has also been the subject of a movie (Camille Claudel), as well as a play by Delb&#;e.


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Camille Claudel by Angelo Caranfa Download PDF EPUB FB2

This is the first book I read on Camille Claudel so I have no basis of comparison but I thought it was very thorough and well researched. The author clearly took a huge amount of time to read letters (many of which are on the book) by not Camille only but almost everyone who crossed her path.

The book reads very easily. It was a pleasure to by: 8. Camille Claudel: Une Femme, Anne Delbée Camille Claudel (8 December 19 October ) was a French sculptor.

Although she died in relative obscurity, Claudel has gained recognition for the originality of her work. She was the elder sister of the poet and diplomat Paul Claudel and the co-worker and lover of sculptor Auguste Rodin.4/5.

Camille Claudel was a gifted artist,who was abandoned by Rodin, and later was punished cruelly by her family by committing her to an asylum for life, Camille Claudel book because she disobeyed the norm of the then french Aryal-Clause had brilliantly portrayed a colorful picture of Claudels private and artistic life/5(17).

Camille Claudel: A Life - Kindle edition by Ayral-Clause, Odile. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Camille Claudel: A Life/5(30). Camille Claudel's life has been romanticized in print and on film, but this is the first fully researched biography to present a rounded picture of the life and work of this remarkable woman.

The book has been widely praised for its gripping presentation of the life of a woman artist in the nineteenth century, and for its successful attempt to Price: $ Camille Claudel () was a gifted 19th-century French sculptor who worked for Auguste Rodin (), became his lover, and eventually left him to gain recognition for herself in the art world.

After she crumbled under the combined weight of social reproof, deprivations, and art world prejudices, her family had her committed to an asylum, where she died 30 years later.5/5(1). Camille Claudel has until now occupied only the footnotes of late 19th century art.

She was one of the mistresses of Auguste Rodin, the willful sculptor who is known to everyone, if only for "The Thinker." She was often his model, and for a time she worked as his collaborator. On the 70th anniversary of her death, the Musée Rodin is paying tribute to Camille Claudel by presenting all its holdings of the artist’s works.

Donated by her brother, the poet Paul Claudel, or purchased by the museum, around twenty works, exceptional for their quality and great rarity are on display at the Musée Rodin. In parallel with the exhibition, there will be a.

Camille Claudel was a French sculptor known for her work in bronze and stone. Born in northern France, Claudel's family moved to Paris inwhere she became recognized early in life for her blossoming artistic talent and her captivating looks.

Biography of Camille Claudel Childhood. Camille Claudel was born in in Fère-en-Tardenois, Aisne, France. Her father made a living from mortgage dealings and bank transactions, and her mother came from a long line of wealthy Catholic farmers.

Performances of Camille Claudel have been moved to Signature’s /21 here for more information, including options for ticket holders.

Turn-of-the-century French sculptor Camille Claudel was a groundbreaking artist and a revolutionary free-thinker – but her entire life was determined by the men around her, from her passionate and tumultuous love affair with. She is the author of Camille Claudel: A Life, also available in French, and of various articles on Camille Claudel.

She contributed an essay to the French catalogue raisonné on Claudel and another to the catalogue of the exhibition “Claudel and Rodin” that took place in Quebec and Detroit. Her related CBC interview was warmly : Odile Ayral-Clause.

Camille Claudel. likes 2 talking about this. Camille Claudel (Fère-en-Tardenois (Aisne) le 8 décembre - Montdevergues, (Vaucluse) le 19 octobre )Followers: Book Review: 'Camille Claudel,' A Biography by Jeanne Fayard.

By Carole Di Tosti, Published pm PST, Saturday, December 6,   Camille Claudel by Janet Souter,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(1).

The story of Camille Claudel, sister of well-known French diplomat and poet Paul Claudel, is relatively unknown outside Europe.

A sculptress, she was deeply involved both romantically and %. The national Camille Claudel Museum in Nogent-sur-Seine opened inand the Musée Rodin in Paris has a room dedicated to Claudel's works.

Camille Claudel was born in Fère-en-Tardenois, Aisne, in northern France, the second child of a family of farmers and gentry. Her father, Louis-Prosper Claudel, dealt in mortgages and bank place: France.

Until recently, it appeared that the sculptor Camille Claudel () had effectively disappeared from history. The s, however, saw a biography by her grand-niece Reine-Marie Paris, a biograph.

Camille Claudel. 10, likes 2 talking about this. Camille Claudel is a French film about the life of the 19th century female sculptor Camille. Buy a cheap copy of Camille Claudel: Une Femme book by Anne Delbée.

A fictionalized biography of current French feminist martyr Claudel (accomplished sculptor and lover of Rodin), whose ill-starred life has also been the subject of Free shipping over $/5(2).

Featuring music by Wildhorn and book/lyrics by his Scarlet Pimpernel collaborator Nan Knighton, the musical centers on turn-of-the-century French sculptor Camille Claudel, a groundbreaking artist.Get this from a library!

Camille Claudel: a life. [Odile Ayral-Clause] -- "Camille Claudel was a gifted nineteenth-century French sculptor who worked with Auguste Rodin, became his lover, and then left him to gain recognition for herself in the art world. With a strong.Camille Claudel:About the Artist Renowned for her ability to communicate narrative in sculpture, Camille Claudel is also remembered for her personal and professional relationship with Auguste Rodin, which often threatened to overshadow her own work.