Tintoretto by Stefano Zuffi
By Stefano Zuffi
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Etc. Puvis de Chavannes, neo-Italian to the musee imaginaire. these influences prove the lack of seriousness, in terms of construction and sureness. "9 The endogenous description of the phenomenon can thus range in its final assessment from Delaunay's horrified dis- Sixty years later, the same conclusion would be drawn, if missal of Picasso's "continuity in pillage" to the art historian's less disdainfully, as Gerard Genette also named pastiche the pleasure at Picasso's force of synthesis, whether in combining matrix within which absolutely all of Picasso's work unfolded: Le Nain and Ingres to form a new sense of Frenchness 11 or "Picasso is only himself through the vehicle of the styles that in fusing archaic sculpture, Raphael, and photography to as-.
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