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Alexandre Cabanel, “la tradition du beau”

El nacimiento de Venus-Alexandre Cabanel (1863) [Arte academicista]

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The Daughter Of Jephthah by Alexandre Cabanel

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Mourning, memory, and performance

"Drama, like grief, requires performance: an interrupted play is as emotionally destabilizing as an incomplete mourning." Professor Laurie Maguire analyzes death in Shakespearean plays and the unfortunately inevitable and debilitating emotions that surround it: grief and mourning. (Image: ‘Ophelia’ by Alexandre Cabanel. Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons.)

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The Satyr and The Nymph. And to those who are nauseous of the human body (most especially this impeccable piece of renaissance art), do the world a favor and sign up for an art history course. Thank me later.

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Alexandre Cabanel | La Emperatriz Theodora - Museo de Bellas Artes - Buenos Aires - Argentina

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Alexandre Cabanel | 1823-1889, France, Academic Realism | Pandora

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Ophelia (detail), 1883, by Alexandre Cabanel (1823–1889). Oil on canvas | Private collection

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