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Journal
2014 | 6 | 11-21
Article title

Diderot, Chardin et le paradoxe de la nature morte

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Title variants
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Diderot, Chardin and the paradox of the still life
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Diderot, Chardin et le paradoxe de la nature morte
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Fascinated by the paintings of Chardin, Diderot demonstrates the superiority of this painter on numerous painters of history. So, the critic knocks down the hierarchy of the genres defined by Félibien in the XVIIth century. He pupil Chardin to the rank of demiurge because the artist manages paradoxically to breathe life into his still lives. Indeed, Chardin is a scholar colorer and he imitates perfectly the flesh, what makes it a rial of the nature.
PL
Fascinated by the paintings of Chardin, Diderot demonstrates the superiority of this painter on numerous painters of history. So, the critic knocks down the hierarchy of the genres defined by Félibien in the XVIIth century. He pupil Chardin to the rank of demiurge because the artist manages paradoxically to breathe life into his still lives. Indeed, Chardin is a scholar colorer and he imitates perfectly the flesh, what makes it a rial of the nature.
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Journal
Year
Issue
6
Pages
11-21
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Dates
published
2014-12-01
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Publication order reference
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YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.ojs-issn-2353-8953-year-2014-issue-6-article-1119
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