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Les Désastres de la Guerre 1800 2014

by Laurence Bertrand Dorléac

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Esta exposición nos invita a entender. Se muestra cómo los artistas han contribuido al movimiento de desencanto con la guerra, que se inicia a finales del siglo 19, durante las campañas napoleónicas.
Siempre colocado en el centro de los valores de la sociedad, la guerra como necesaria e inevitable episodio fue menos un consenso desde el siglo 19. Mientras que el arte estaba dominado por la heroica batalla, la guerra estaba representada ahora cada vez más en todos sus aspectos, incluyendo sus consecuencias más atroces para los humanos, los animales, la naturaleza, las ciudades, las cosas. ( )
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