Une géoclimatologie culturelle. : Comparaison entre les paysages peints des Hollandais et des Espagnols au « Siècle d’or »

Abstract : The Golden Age is marked by a major pictorial production in Spain and in the United Provinces. In the United Provinces, the painters made landscape a genre in itself whereas in Spain they painted the landscape much less. As two geoclimatologists using methodologies in cultural geography, we focus on the representations of weather in these landscape paintings. At a time of transition when landscape was invented in painting, these images show two totally different visions of « reality », expressed through two representations of seasonally opposed climates. Thus if the Dutch masters exalted the cold, it is because it led to the construction of a series of patterns conducive to building an identity winter landscape.
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Alexis Metzger, Tabeaud Martine. Une géoclimatologie culturelle. : Comparaison entre les paysages peints des Hollandais et des Espagnols au « Siècle d’or ». Géographie et cultures, L'Harmattan, 2016, Géographie et cultures à Cerisy, 93-94, pp.175-188. ⟨http://gc.revues.org/⟩. ⟨hal-01378803⟩

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