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Author: Bashkirtseff, Marie, 1860-­1884Subject Bashkirtseff, Marie, 1860-­1884, DiariesPublisher: Paris : Bibliothèque-­CharpentierYear published: 1903Book contributor: Research Library, The Getty Research InstituteLanguage: fr3 downloads in the last monthDownload Ebook: (PDF) (EPUB)

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Marie Bashkirtseff a commencé à écrire son journal lorsqu'elle était encore fillette et l'a continué jusqu'à sa mort, à l'aube de ses 25 ans. Cette exilée de l'Empire russe, grande bourgeoise, avait comme ambition de devenir célèbre, et elle le devint grâce à ses talents de peintre. On peut suivre l'évolution de ses idées politiques, artistiques et philosophiques à travers ces pages dorénavant fameuses. Il s'agit ici de l'édition abrégée du Journal paru aux Éditions Nelson en 1932.

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Fonthill Press is pleased to present the definitive edition of LUST FOR GLORY, Volume II of The Journal of Marie Bashkirtseff. This stunning literary and artistic testament encompasses 1876—1884, the years of Maries awakening, of her ceaseless studio work and artistic development, and her rages against fleeting time and looming death. From precocious child she transitions into early, active feminist and premier artist of her time. LUST FOR GLORY documents a remarkable personal, literary and artistic evolution, and does so in Maries beautiful journal entries and magnificent art. Here you will find: Hundreds of radiant, high quality digital reproductions of the paintings, drawings and sculptures Dozens of photographs of Maries fin de siècle world A fully active Table of Contents Hundreds of hyperlinked footnotes allowing you to instantly jump from number to note and back again with ease Appendices including full Glossary, Chronology, accounts of Maries Legend, Funeral & thereafter

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Fonthill Press is pleased to present the definitive edition of I AM THE MOST INTERESTING BOOK OF ALL, Volume I of The Journal of Marie Bashkirtseff. Beautifully and meticulously translated by Katherine Kernberger, this lavishly illustrated and fully annotated edition encompasses entries from 1873 to 1876, seminal and tumultuous years in Maries brief life. Here you will find: A fully active Table of Contents Translators Preface Introduction by Bashkirtseff scholar Charles Wm. Strong Maries own Preface as she wrote it (not the highly amended and censored version that has circulated for over a century) Scores of hyperlinked footnotes, allowing you to jump instantly from the number to note and back with ease Exquisite illustrations—many heretofore never published—lending an intimate glimpse into Maries life and the vibrant fin de siècleworld in which she lived and created her art An encyclopedic Glossary

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Enraptured with her own beauty, enraged by societys constraints upon women and determined to achieve fame and success at any price, Marie Bashkirtseff became one of the greatest artists of her century and she wrote a vivid portrait of a freethinking woman born decades before her time. In 1873, as a beautiful 14-­year-­old girl of Russian nobility—transplanted to a sun swept villa in Nice on the Mediterranean—Marie began inscribing in a little diary the events of her seaside days. Over the next eleven years she wrote thousands of pages, weaving a vast, multifaceted portrait of her life in the radiant Belle Époque world in which she lived. When she died of consumption at the age of twenty-­five, she had become one of the most accomplished women of the age, leaving behind a great and dual artistic and literary legacy. Here, lavishly illustrated, is the fullest rendering of Marie Bashkirtseffs Journal ever published in English.

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Marie Bashkirtseff was born in 1858 in Russia. She was a sculptor, diarist, and painter. She grew up traveling across most of Europe with her mother. While in France she studied painting at the Académie Julian, which was one of the few places that would accept female students. Her most famous works were the portrait of Paris slum children titled The Meeting and In the Studio. Most of her work was destroyed by the Nazis. Marie died of tuberculosis at age 25. Her journals are a fascinating study of the life of a female artist and intellectual.

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Préface de François Coppée

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Author: Marie BashkirtseffPublisher: Rand, McNally & Company , PublishersYear published: 1889Book contributor: University of MichiganLanguage: English1 downloads in the last monthDownload Ebook: (PDF) (EPUB)

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Fonthill Press is pleased to present the definitive edition of I AM THE MOST INTERESTING BOOK OF ALL, Volume I of The Journal of Marie Bashkirtseff. Beautifully and meticulously translated by Katherine Kernberger, this lavishly illustrated and fully annotated edition encompasses entries from 1873 to 1876, seminal and tumultuous years in Maries brief life. Here you will find: A fully active Table of Contents Translators Preface Introduction by Bashkirtseff scholar Charles Wm. Strong Maries own Preface as she wrote it (not the highly amended and censored version that has circulated for over a century) Scores of hyperlinked footnotes, allowing you to jump instantly from the number to note and back with ease Exquisite illustrations—many heretofore never published—lending an intimate glimpse into Maries life and the vibrant fin de siècleworld in which she lived and created her art An encyclopedic Glossary

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Malgré les pressions de son entourage qui souhaiterait la voir mariée, Marie Bashkirtseff veut se consacrer à l'Art. « À vingt-­deux ans, écrit-­elle, je serai célèbre ou morte. » Contrainte d'arrêter le chant, sa première passion, la jeune fille se tourne alors vers le dessin et la peinture qu'elle étudie à l'Académie Julian. Ambitieuse, talentueuse, elle expose pour la première fois au Salon de 1880 et elle obtient son premier succès en 1883. Mais la maladie détruit subitement tous ses rêves et sa carrière prometteuse. Condamnée par les médecins, elle se battra néanmoins courageusement pour s'imposer comme artiste et comme femme dans un monde où les hommes ont tous les avantages.

« On a tant réclamé d'égalités et de libertés pour les femmes, et tant de gens intelligents et éclairés s'en sont moqués, que ces seuls mots de droits des femmes nous remplissent d'une mauvaise honte, et pourtant le droit ou l'égalité que nous réclamons n'ont rien à faire avec la politique et ne . . .

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Author: Marie BashkirtseffPublisher: Frederick A. Stokes CoYear published: 1901Book contributor: New York Public LibraryLanguage: English1 downloads in the last monthDownload Ebook: (PDF) (EPUB)

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Enraptured with her own beauty, enraged by societys constraints upon women and determined to achieve fame and success at any price, Marie Bashkirtseff became one of the greatest artists of her century and she wrote a vivid portrait of a freethinking woman born decades before her time. In 1873, as a beautiful 14-­year-­old girl of Russian nobility—transplanted to a sun swept villa in Nice on the Mediterranean—Marie began inscribing in a little diary the events of her seaside days. Over the next eleven years she wrote thousands of pages, weaving a vast, multifaceted portrait of her life in the radiant Belle Époque world in which she lived. When she died of consumption at the age of twenty-­five, she had become one of the most accomplished women of the age, leaving behind a great and dual artistic and literary legacy. Here, lavishly illustrated, is the fullest rendering of Marie Bashkirtseffs Journal ever published in English.

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Marie Bashkirtseff was born in 1858 in Russia. She was a sculptor, diarist, and painter. She grew up traveling across most of Europe with her mother. While in France she studied painting at the Académie Julian, which was one of the few places that would accept female students. Her most famous works were the portrait of Paris slum children titled The Meeting and In the Studio. Most of her work was destroyed by the Nazis. Marie died of tuberculosis at age 25. Her journals are a fascinating study of the life of a female artist and intellectual.

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Fonthill Press is pleased to present the definitive edition of I AM THE MOST INTERESTING BOOK OF ALL, Volume I of The Journal of Marie Bashkirtseff. Beautifully and meticulously translated by Katherine Kernberger, this lavishly illustrated and fully annotated edition encompasses entries from 1873—1876, seminal and tumultuous years in Marie’s brief life. Here you will find:

A fully active Table of Contents
Translator’s Preface
Introduction by Bashkirtseff scholar Charles Wm. Strong
Marie’s own Preface as she wrote it (not the highly amended and censored version that has circulated for over a century)
Scores of hyperlinked footnotes, allowing you to jump instantly from number to note and back again with ease
Exquisite illustrations—many heretofore never published—lending an intimate glimpse into Marie’s life and the vibrant fin de siècleworld in which she lived and created her art
An encyclopedic Glossary

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