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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2017.tde-14032017-142624
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Author
Full name
Aline Magalhães dos Santos
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2016
Supervisor
Committee
Pino, Claudia Consuelo Amigo (President)
Bischof, Betina
Mello, Celina Maria Moreira de
Santos, Maria Angélica Amâncio
Title in Portuguese
O pintar literário nos Escritos sobre a arte, de Émile Zola
Keywords in Portuguese
Émile Zola
Escritos sobre a arte
Literatura e pintura
Abstract in Portuguese
Emile Zola é conhecido por sua carreira como romancista, mas sua iniciação como escritor deu-se também como crítico de arte entre as décadas de 1860 a 1896, anos nos quais o escritor frequentou os ateliês de célebres pintores, cafés e os Salões. A partir da análise dos artigos de jornal presente na compilação Escritos sobre a arte, o trabalho tem por objetivo mostrar como a relação com os pintores impressionistas leva Zola a utilizar os procedimentos picturais desse movimento para descrever os quadros expostos nos Salões de 1866 a 1880. Na primeira parte do trabalho, será apresentado um panorama dos Salões e a gênese desse gênero novo por Denis Diderot, as questões levantadas por Charles Baudelaire em seus escritos sobre a arte e a influência de ambas as críticas para a construção do método de análise de Zola. A segunda parte do trabalho visa apresentar as questões levantadas pelo crítico no que diz respeito à escolha do júri que selecionava as obras, o momento artístico e sua teoria estética. A questão principal deste trabalho será discutida detalhadamente na terceira parte deste trabalho, em que o objetivo principal será identificar os procedimentos pictóricos impressionistas nas análises de Zola e os desdobramentos dessas técnicas na produção da sua crítica de arte.
Title in English
Literary painting in Writings on Art of Émile Zola
Keywords in English
Émile Zola
Literature and painting
Writings on art
Abstract in English
Émile Zola is known for his novelist career, but his initiation happened as an art critic between the years 1860 and 1896, in which he attended renowned painters' studios, cafés and the Salons. Starting from the analysis on newspapers articles, found in the compilation Writings on Art, this dissertation intends to show how Zolas relation with Impressionist painters made him use this movement's pictorial proceedings in order to analyze the pictures exposed in 1866 and 1880 Salons and create narratives from such descriptions. In the first part, an overview about these Salons shall be introduced, as well as this new genre's genesis by Denis Diderot, the matters discussed by Charles Baudelaire in his writings on art, and the weight of both these critical modes to Zola's own analysis method. The second part aims to introduce the issues he raised concerning the choosing of the jury responsible for selecting works, the artistic moment, and his aesthetic theory. This researchs main point shall be discussed minutely in the third part, whose main goal is to identify the Impressionists pictorial procedures in Zolas analysis and this techniques deployment in his making of critics on art.
 
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2017-03-14
 
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