• Dimitar Avramov
  • Author:  Dimitar Avramov
  • Year: 10-12-2010
  • Availability:  In Stock
  • Product Code:  624-01
  • SKU: 02.0035
  • ISBN: 978-954-321-776-2
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В настоящия си труд проф. Димитър Аврамов представя творческия портрет на големия френски поет, художествен критик, естетик и публицист Шарл Бодлер в системата на сложното и противоречиво развитие на френската художествена култура през XIX век. Изследването се основава на богат документален материал (лична кореспонденция на поета, литературни източници, отнасящи се до художествено-критическото наследство на Франция и др.), който позволява да се очертае реалната идейна и човешка стойност на творческото дело на Бодлер в условията на прехода от класицизма и романтизма към реализма.

About the Author

Dimitar Avramov

Dimitar Avramov

Prof. Dimitar Avramov (1925 - 2008) is among the most erudite Bulgarian art critics. Born in Burgas. He graduated in philosophy at Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski" (1954). He has been an editor... Read more

Tags: Historical Figures, Biographies & Autobiographies, Science of Art, Artists

Year 10-12-2010
Pages 432
Size 140/215 мм
Weight 0.725 kg
Cover Type Hardcover
Genre Historical Figures, Biographies & Autobiographies, Science of Art, Artists

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