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Passions raciniennes et arts visuels. Pictura loquens, 1668-1815

Abstract : The subjects of Jean Racine’s plays (1639-1699) were transposed in visual arts from 17th century to 19th century. The iconographic corpus joins works of art executed from 1668 to 1815. It is composed by ten paintings and eight illustrated books. Painters and vignettists have represented some moments put on the scene or known by the narrative ; sometimes, they depicted non performable moments. However, the links between performances are just evoked. The works of art are studied with racine’s verses, theories of art and theories of literature. Paintings and engravings ask the question of the ut pictura poesis and express the theory of the passions’s expression.
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Marie-Claire Planche. Passions raciniennes et arts visuels. Pictura loquens, 1668-1815. Art et histoire de l'art. Université de Bourgogne (UB), Dijon, FRA., 2000. Français. ⟨NNT : 2000DIJOL004⟩. ⟨tel-02933857⟩



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