Chardin And Rembrandt Marcel Proust

Marcel Proust's startling essay Chardin And Rembrandt - written when he was twenty-four - is at once both a literary experiment and art criticism. The work follows an unnamed narrator as he gives advice to a young, melancholic man through an imaginary tour of the Louvre, focusing on the magnificent works by Chardin and Rembrandt.
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No. of Pages 60
No. of Illustrations Text
Dimensions 10.7 x 17.7cm
Fabric & material Paperback
SKU 02085994

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Here, Chardin And Rembrandt is presented for the first time as a standalone volume, translated and introduced by Jennie Feldman.

This concise volume also features an afterword by Alain Madeleine-Perdrillat.