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Series: The Taste of Our Time

Also known as: Le goût de notre temps

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Works (55)

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Gauguin by Charles Estienne1
Picasso by Maurice Raynal
Picasso: 1950-1968 by Pierre Dufour
Van Gogh by Charles Estienne2
Lautrec by Jacques Lassaigne3
Degas by Francois Fosca5
Piero della Francesca by Lionello Venturi6
Renoir by Denis Rouart7
Cezanne by Maurice Raynal8
Dufy by Jacques Lassaigne9
Fra Angelico by Giulio Carlo Argan10
Impressionism Vol. 1 by Jean Leymarie11
Impressionism Two by Jean Leymarie12
Impressionism; biographical and critical study by Jean Leymarie11-12
Goya: biographical and critical study by Pierre Gassier13
Manet by Georges Bataille14
El Greco by Paul Guinard15
Montmartre by Pierre Courthion16
Venice by Mario Brunetti17
Chagall: A Taste Of Our Time by Lionello Venturi18
Botticelli by Giulio Carlo Argan19
Paris in the past: [from Fouquet to Daumier by Pierre Courthion20
Paris in Our Time: From Impressionism To The Present Day by Pierre Courthion21
Rembrandt; biographical and critical study by Otto Benesch22
Modigliani by Claude Roy23
Carpaccio: biographical and critical study by Terisio Pignatti24
Claude Monet by Denis Rouart25
Rouault by Lionello Venturi26
Cubism: biographical and critical study by Guy Habasque27
Fauvism: biographical and critical study by Jean Leymarie28
Bruegel: historical and critical study by Robert L. Delevoy29
Matisse: biographical and critical study by Jacques Lassaigne30
Klee: biographical and critical study by Nello Ponente31
Giotto by Eugenio Battisti32
Velazquez; biographical and critical study (The Taste of our time, v. 33) by Enrique Lafuente Ferrari33
Bosch by Robert L. Delevoy34
Braque by Jean Leymarie35
Romanticism by Pierre Courthion36
Le surréalisme by Patrick Waldberg37
Leger. by Robert L. Delevoy38
Miro by Jacques Lassaigne39
Chardin; étude biographique et critique by Pierre Rosenberg40
Kandinsky: étude biographique et critique by Jacques Lassaigne41
Bonnard (The Taste of our time) by Antoine Terrasse42
Dürer by Ludwig Grote43
Corot; biographical and critical study by Jean Leymarie44
Fragonard by Jacques Thuillier46
Ingres by Gaetan Picon47
Frans Hals by Pierre Descargues48
Daumier: étude biographique et critique de Claude Roy by Claude Roy50
Courbet by André Fermigier51
Le Douanier Rousseau by Pierre Descargues52
Rubens: étude biographique et critique by Robert L. Delevoy53
Picasso drawings (The Taste of our time) by Jean Leymarieunknown
The taste of our time by Albert Skiraunknown

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To create a series or add a work to it, go to a "work" page. The "Common Knowledge" section now includes a "Series" field. Enter the name of the series to add the book to it.

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