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Jacek Malczewski: 110 Masterpieces (2014) (?)

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Jacek Malczewski is one of the most revered painters of Poland, associated with the patriotic Young Poland movement following the century of Partitions. He is regarded as father of Polish Symbolism. In his creative output, Malczewski combined the predominant style of his times, with the historical motifs of Polish martyrdom, the Romantic ideals of independence, the Christian and Greek traditions, folk mythology, as well as his love of natural environment. His painting revolved around a few carefully selected motifs, constantly retold and expanded into mythology filled with national symbols. His own awakened imagination enabled Malczewski to free the creative voice within and give rise to new aesthetic ideas defining Poland's school of Symbolism. His art has been compared to that of French Gustave Moreau, Swiss Arnold Böcklin, and even Spanish Salvador Dalí. His paintings received high honours at the international exhibits including Berlin in 1891, Munich in 1892, and Paris in 1900.
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1230000278874 - Meriam Berké: Érosions
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Érosions (1970) (?)

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Milan, chef du clan des Tafdust, doit emmener sa caravane toujours plus loin alors que le désert s'étend. Chemin faisant, il découvre que le reste du monde n'est pas gouverné par les certitudes et les traditions du clan... Son amour pour Azerole, la prêtresse sacrée, y survivra-t-il ? Un récit d'amour et de spiritualité, d'initiations et de désillusions, dans un monde antique imaginaire, quelque part entre le Croissant fertile et les confins chinois... Quatrième de couverture de l'édition imprim... Milan, chef du clan des Tafdust, doit emmener sa caravane toujours plus loin alors que le désert s'étend. Chemin faisant, il découvre que le reste du monde n'est pas gouverné par les certitudes et les traditions du clan... Son amour pour Azerole, la prêtresse sacrée, y survivra-t-il ? Un récit d'amour et de spiritualité, d'initiations et de désillusions, dans un monde antique imaginaire, quelque part entre le Croissant fertile et les confins chinois... Quatrième de couverture de l'édition imprimée : ' C'est un conte, un fantasme, un souvenir d'oasis et de déserts, un exorcisme. C'est une histoire de fin de civilisation, c'est une histoire d'amour. Ça s'est passé là-bas il y a très, très longtemps, ça se passe ici, aujourd'hui. ' L'auteur : Meriam Berké a passé toute son enfance dans les montagnes du Haut-Atlas, son adolescence au Proche-Orient, puis douze années de sa vie adulte en Chine. Elle fut l'un des tout premiers Occidentaux autorisés à visiter les grottes bouddhistes de Dunhuang, à la lisière du désert de Gobi, avant même leur réouverture au public, à la fin des années 1970. C'est en ce lieu magique, point de rencontre de tant de mondes, qu'est née l'idée de ce roman. Ce roman fait également l'objet d'une édition brochée (220 pages) et d'une édition reliée (250 pages, couverture dure, police de caractères plus importante).Taal: Frans;Formaat: ePub met kopieerbeveiliging (DRM) van Adobe;Kopieerrechten: Het kopiëren van (delen van) de pagina's is niet toegestaan ;Geschikt voor: Alle e-readers geschikt voor ebooks in ePub formaat. Tablet of smartphone voorzien van een app zoals de bol.com Kobo app.;ISBN13: 1230000278874; Franstalig | Ebook
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Meriam Berké (?):

Érosions (2014) (?)

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Milan, chef du clan des Tafdust, doit emmener sa caravane toujours plus loin alors que le désert s'étend. Chemin faisant, il découvre que le reste du monde n'est pas gouverné par les certitudes et les traditions du clan. Son amour pour Azerole, la prêtresse sacrée, y survivra-t-il? Un récit d'amour et de spiritualité, d'initiations et de désillusions, dans un monde antique imaginaire, quelque part entre le Croissant fertile et les confins chinois. Quatrième de couverture de l'édition imprimée: C'est un conte, un fantasme, un souvenir d'oasis et de déserts, un exorcisme. C'est une histoire de fin de civilisation, c'est une histoire d'amour. Ça s'est passé là-bas il y a très, très longtemps, ça se passe ici, aujourd'hui. L'auteur: Meriam Berké a passé toute son enfance dans les montagnes du Haut-Atlas, son adolescence au Proche-Orient, puis douze années de sa vie adulte en Chine. Elle fut l'un des tout premiers Occidentaux autorisés à visiter les grottes bouddhistes de Dunhuang, à la lisière du désert de Gobi, avant même leur réouverture au public, à la fin des années 1970. C'est en ce lieu magique, point de rencontre de tant de mondes, qu'est née l'idée de ce roman. Ce roman fait également l'objet d'une édition brochée (220 pages) et d'une édition reliée (250 pages, couverture dure, police de caractères plus importante).
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