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'''''Mona Lisa Smoking a Pipe'''''[http://jahsonic.tumblr.com/post/14525456460/mona-lisa-smoking-a-pipe-1-french-mona-lisa][http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Sapeck-La_Joconde_fumant_la_pipe.jpg] (French: Mona Lisa fumant la pipe) is a work of art by [[Arthur Sapeck]] (Eugène Bataille), first shown in 1883 at the second "[[Incohérents]]" exhibition. It was reproduced as an illustration in the journal "[[Le Rire]]" in 1887. '''''Mona Lisa Smoking a Pipe'''''[http://jahsonic.tumblr.com/post/14525456460/mona-lisa-smoking-a-pipe-1-french-mona-lisa][http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Sapeck-La_Joconde_fumant_la_pipe.jpg] (French: Mona Lisa fumant la pipe) is a work of art by [[Arthur Sapeck]] (Eugène Bataille), first shown in 1883 at the second "[[Incohérents]]" exhibition. It was reproduced as an illustration in the journal "[[Le Rire]]" in 1887.
-The image is on the cover of [[The Spirit of Montmartre: Cabarets, Humor and the Avant Garde, 1875-1905]] Paperback – April 15, 1999+The image is on the cover of [[The Spirit of Montmartre: Cabarets, Humor and the Avant Garde, 1875-1905]] Paperback – April 15, 1999 by [[Phillip Dennis Cate]].
-by Professor Phillip Dennis Cate+ 
 +The Spirit of Montmartre: cabarets, humor, and the avant-garde ; 1875 - 1905 ; [published to accompany the exhibition ... Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey (March 24 - July 31, 1996) ...]
 + 
 +Voorkant
 +Phillip Dennis Cate, Mary Lewis Shaw, Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum
 +Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, 1996 - 249 pagina's
 +0 Recensies
 + 
 +With the Chat Noir cabaret (1881-1897) and the Quat'z 'Arts cabaret (1893-1910) as its main focus, and concentrating on individuals who participated in the group activities of the Hydropathes (1878-1881) and the Incoherents (1882-1896), this collection of five essays documents and explores the development of the Montmartre cabaret from 1875 to 1905. Montmartre is revealed as the primary promoter, catalyst, and often, site for the collaboration of artists, writers, composers, and performers in the production of illustrated journals, books, dramatic pieces, music, puppet shows, and the protocinema invention of shadow theater. The contributors reveal the essence of Montmartre's artistic, intellectual environment and analyze its inextricable relations with an important, multidisciplinary body of avant-garde, fin-de-siecle art, literature, and music. The Spirit of Montmartre is the story of Paris's earliest, original, avant-garde groups - an essential part of the cultural context for Impressionist and Post-Impressionist painters and for such important writers and composers as Mallarme, Zola, Huysmans, Debussy and Satie. Relying on Rabelaisian humor, this ephemeral avant-garde group phenomenon anticipates twentieth-century Dada, Surrealism fluxus, and Performance Art. In addition to the editors, the contributors are Olga Anna Dull, Daniel Grojnowski, and Steven Moore Whiting.
This 'augmented' [[Mona Lisa]] directly prefigures the famous [[Marcel Duchamp]] image ''[[L.H.O.O.Q.]]'' of 1919. This 'augmented' [[Mona Lisa]] directly prefigures the famous [[Marcel Duchamp]] image ''[[L.H.O.O.Q.]]'' of 1919.

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Mona Lisa Smoking a Pipe[1][2] (French: Mona Lisa fumant la pipe) is a work of art by Arthur Sapeck (Eugène Bataille), first shown in 1883 at the second "Incohérents" exhibition. It was reproduced as an illustration in the journal "Le Rire" in 1887.

The image is on the cover of The Spirit of Montmartre: Cabarets, Humor and the Avant Garde, 1875-1905 Paperback – April 15, 1999 by Phillip Dennis Cate.

The Spirit of Montmartre: cabarets, humor, and the avant-garde ; 1875 - 1905 ; [published to accompany the exhibition ... Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey (March 24 - July 31, 1996) ...]

Voorkant Phillip Dennis Cate, Mary Lewis Shaw, Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, 1996 - 249 pagina's 0 Recensies

With the Chat Noir cabaret (1881-1897) and the Quat'z 'Arts cabaret (1893-1910) as its main focus, and concentrating on individuals who participated in the group activities of the Hydropathes (1878-1881) and the Incoherents (1882-1896), this collection of five essays documents and explores the development of the Montmartre cabaret from 1875 to 1905. Montmartre is revealed as the primary promoter, catalyst, and often, site for the collaboration of artists, writers, composers, and performers in the production of illustrated journals, books, dramatic pieces, music, puppet shows, and the protocinema invention of shadow theater. The contributors reveal the essence of Montmartre's artistic, intellectual environment and analyze its inextricable relations with an important, multidisciplinary body of avant-garde, fin-de-siecle art, literature, and music. The Spirit of Montmartre is the story of Paris's earliest, original, avant-garde groups - an essential part of the cultural context for Impressionist and Post-Impressionist painters and for such important writers and composers as Mallarme, Zola, Huysmans, Debussy and Satie. Relying on Rabelaisian humor, this ephemeral avant-garde group phenomenon anticipates twentieth-century Dada, Surrealism fluxus, and Performance Art. In addition to the editors, the contributors are Olga Anna Dull, Daniel Grojnowski, and Steven Moore Whiting.

This 'augmented' Mona Lisa directly prefigures the famous Marcel Duchamp image L.H.O.O.Q. of 1919.

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