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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2009.tde-09122009-151952
Document
Author
Full name
Maria Lucia Claro Cristovão
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2009
Supervisor
Committee
Pinto, Maria Cecilia Queiroz de Moraes (President)
Camarani, Ana Luiza Silva
Pietraroia, Cristina Moerbeck Casadei
Title in Portuguese
Descrição pictórica: a influência da pintura impressionista na literatura francesa do século XIX
Keywords in Portuguese
Descrição pictórica
Impressionismo literário
Literatura francesa
Pintura
Abstract in Portuguese
Desde Horácio e sua célebre expressão Ut pictura poesis, diversos autores tentaram estabelecer um paralelo entre a literatura e a pintura ao longo dos séculos. Vários são os exemplos de obras literárias e pictóricas unidas por temas e inspirações em comum, que se desenvolveram em caminhos paralelos durante uma determinada época, numa determinada sociedade. Menos freqüentes, porém, são as ocorrências de elementos que configurem um verdadeiro diálogo, uma convergência ou uma interferência entre as artes visuais e a arte literária. Neste trabalho, pretendemos identificar uma influência do olhar impressionista na literatura francesa da segunda metade do século XIX. Para isso, analisaremos seqüências descritivas de obras de Gustave Flaubert e de Émile Zola. Através da análise da construção das pinturas impressionistas e da construção das seqüências descritivas na literatura, pretendemos demonstrar que esses dois sistemas de representação não estão unidos apenas por temas e inspirações em comum, como havia sido o caso até então, mas também pelas técnicas e metodologias utilizadas e pelas reações que essas mesmas técnicas provocaram e provocam até hoje no espectador e no leitor.
Title in English
Pictorial description: the influence of impressionist painting in french literature of 19th century
Keywords in English
French literature
Literary Impressionism
Painting
Pictorial description
Abstract in English
From the time of Horace and his famous phrase Ut pictura poesis, several authors have attempted to draw a parallel between literature and painting. There are many examples of literary and pictorial works linked by common topics and inspirations that have taken parallel paths across time and across societies. Less frequent, however, are the examples of a real dialogue, a convergence or interference between the visual and the literary arts. In this study, we aim at identifying an influence of the impressionist view in the French literature of the second half of the 19th century. For this purpose, we will examine descriptive sequences of the works of Gustave Flaubert and Émile Zola. By analysing the process through which Impressionist paintings were made and the descriptive sequences were written, we aim at demonstrating that these two systems of representation are not united only by common topics and inspirations, as had been the case to date, but also by common techniques and methodologies, in addition to being united by the reactions that these same techniques provoked and still provoke today in the spectator and the reader.
 
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2010-02-19
 
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