Bibliographie

Introduction
Anthologies et ouvrages généraux
Lionel LAMBOURNE, Victorian Painting, Phaidon Press, Londres, 1999
Jeremy PAXMAN, The Victorians: Britain through the paintings of the age, Ebury Publishing, BBC Books Londres, 2010
Christopher WOOD, The Pre-Raphaelites, Weidenfeld and Nicolson, Londres, 1981
Sites web
www.19thc-artworldwide.org
www.louvre.fr
www.theearthlyparadise.com
www.victorianweb.org
Films, séries
Desperate Romantics, dir. Peter Browker, BBC HD, 2009
The Young Victoria, dir. Jean-Marc Vallée, GK Films, 2009

Chapitre 1 : Victoria, un modèle pour nous toutes
KHARIBIAN Leah, Passionate Patrons. Victoria & Albert and the Arts, catalogue d’exposition, Royal Collection Publications, 2010
ORMOND Richard et BLACKET-ORD Carol (dir.), Franz Xaver Winterhalter et les cours d’Europe de 1830 et 1870, catalogue d’exposition, National Portrait Gallery et petit Palais, 1988
TREUHERZ Julian, Victorian Painting, Thames & Hudson, 1993
http://www.qub.ac.uk/schools/SchoolofEnglish/visual-culture/painting/Victoria-portraits.html

Chapitre 2 : Le portrait victorien
Ouvrages généraux et spécilisés
André FELIBIEN, Préface in Conférence à l’Académie Royale de Peinture et de Sculpture pendant l’année 1667, Paris, F. Léonard, 1668 sur http://gallica.bnf.fr
Véronique GERARD-POWELL, Laurent GERMEAU, et Bruno MONNIER, Désirs et voluptés à l’époque victorienne, catalogue d’exposition, Paris, Fonds Mercator, 2013
Robin GIBSON, British Portrait Painters, Londres, Phaidon Press, 1971
Lionel LAMBOURNE, ‘The Good and the Great : Portrait Painting’ in Victorian Painting, op.cit, 2003
Roy STRONG, British Portraits 1660 – 1960, Woodbridge, Antique Collector’s Club, 1991
Julian TREUHERZ, ‘Early Victorian Taste and Patronage’ et ‘The Late Victorian Academy’ in Victorian Painting, op.cit, 1993
Shearer WEST, Portraiture, Oxford, New York et Auckland, Oxford University Press, 2004

Sites web
http://www.npg.org.uk
http://www.victorianweb.org

Chapitre 3 : Le nu
Ouvrages généraux
Lionel LAMBOURNE, ‘The nude and classicism’ in Victorian painting, op.cit, pp.278 -302
Jeremy MAAS, Victorian Painters, New York, Harrison House, 1969
Julian TREUHERZ, Victorian painting, op.cit.

Ouvrages spécialisés
Frances SPALDING, Magnificent dreams: Burne-Jones and the late Victorians, Oxford, Phaidon Press, 1978
Allen STALEY, The new painting of the 1860s: between the Pre-Raphaelites and the Aesthetic Movement, Londres et New Haven, Yale University Press, 2011
Christopher WOOD, Fairies in Victorian art, Londres, Antique Collector’s Club, 2000
—, Olympian Dreamers: Victorian classical painters 1860 – 1914, Londres, Constable, 1983

Catalogues d’exposition
Gail Nina ANDERSON et Joanne WRIGHT, Heaven on earth: the religion of beauty in late Victorian art, Nottingham University Press, 1994
Lyn FEDERLE ORR et Stephen CALLOWAY, eds, The cult of beauty: The Victorian avant-garde 1860 – 1900, Londres, Victoria and Albert Museum Publishing, 2012
Jeremy MAAS et Jane MARTINEAU, ed, Victorian fairy painting, Londres, Merell Publishers, 2000
Alison SMITH, Exposed: the Victorian nude, Londres, Tate Britain Publishing, 2001

Monographies
Russell ASH, Sir Edward Burne-Jones, Harry N. Abrams, 1993
Rosemary J. BARROW, Lawrence Alma-Tadema, Londres, Phaidon Press, 2001
Edwin BECKED, ed, Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema, New York, 1997
Denis FARR, William Etty, Londres, Routledge, 1958
Stephen JONES, Christopher NEWALL et Richard ORMOND, Frederic Lord Leighton: eminent Victorian artist, Harry N. Abrams, 1996
Ormond RICHARD, Lord Leighton, New Haven et London, 1975

Essais de sociologie
Kenneth CLARK, The nude: a study in ideal form, (1956) Princetown University Press, 1972
Bram DIJKSTRA, Idols of perversity: Fantasies of feminine evil in fin-de-siècle culture, Oxford University Press, 1988
Michel FOUCAULT, Histoire de la sexualité, tomes 1, 2 et 3, (1976 – 1984), Paris, Gallimard, 1994
Lynda NEAD, Myths of sexuality: Representations of women in Victorian Britain, Londres, Blackwell Publications, 1988
Marcus STEVEN, The other Victorians: a study of sexuality and pornography in mid 19th century England, (1966) New Brunswick, Transaction Publishers, 2009
Eric TRUDGILL, Madonnas and magdalens: Origins and development of Victorian sexual attitudes, Heinemann, 1976

Articles et critiques
Saturday Review, 15 mai 1858, p.500
The Times, 27 avril 1870, p.4
‘The Victorian feminine ideal, about the perfect silhouette; hygiene, grooming and body-sculpting’ sur http://www.katetattersall.com/?p=4921

Chapitre 4 : La mode victorienne
Bibliographie à venir

Chapitre 5 : La femme, le « sujet problématique » de la peinture de genre
Généralités
Lionel LAMBOURNE, ‘The frailer sex and the fallen woman’, op.cit, pp. 368 – 389
—, ‘The narrative impulse: genre painting’, in Victorian Painting, op.cit, pp. 126 – 148
Jeremy PAXMAN, ‘The angel in the house’ in Victorians: Britain through the paintings of the age, op.cit, pp.105 – 161

Ouvrages spécialisés
Mary COWLING, The artist as anthropologist: the representation of type and character in Victorian art, Cambridge, 1989
—, Victorian figurative painting: domestic life and the contemporary social scene, Windsor, 2000
E.D.H JOHNSON, Paintings of the British social scene: From Hogarth to Sickert, Londres, 1986
Lionel LAMBOURNE, An Introduction to Victorian genre painting, Londres, 1982
Sacheverel SITWELL, Conversation pieces, Londres, 1936
—, NarrativepPictures, Londres, 1937
Nancy Rose MARSHALL, City of gold and mud: painting Victorian London, Yale University Press, 2012
Pamela Gerrish NUNN, Problem pictures: women and men in Victorian painting, Scolar Press, Ahgate, 1995
Susan P. CASTERAS, Images of Victorian womanhood in English art, Rutherford, New Jersey, 1987
Julia THOMAS, Victorian narrative painting, Tate Gallery, Londres, 2000

Catalogues d’exposition
Nina Gail ANDERSON et Joanna WRIGHT, ed, The pursuit of leisure: Victorian depictions of pastimes, Royal Albert Memorial Museum et Djanology Art Gallery, Londres, 1997
Susan P. CASTERAS et Ronald PARKINSON, Richard Redgrave, Victorian and Albert Museum, Londres, 1988
Joan CROSSLEY et Sarah HOLDSWORTH, Innocence and experience: images of childhood in British art from 1600 to the present, Manchester City Art Gallery, 1992
Julian TREUHERZ, Hard times: social realism in Victorian art, Manchester City Art Gallery, 1988

Chapitre 6 : La femme victorienne à la Grovesnor Gallery
DENNEY, Colleen. At the Temple of Art : The Grosvenor Gallery, 1877-1880. Madison, NJ : Fairleigh Dikinson University Press, 2000.
DENNEY, Colleen. The Grosvenor Gallery : a palace of art in Victorian England. Yale Center for British Art : Yale University Press, 1996.
DIJKSTRA, Bram. Les idoles de la perversité : figures de la femme fatale dans la culture fin de siècle. Paris : Seuil, 1992.
ENAUD LECHIEN, Isabelle. Edward Burne-Jones (1833-1898) : le rayonnement international d’un artiste anglais à l’aube du XXe siècle. Paris : ACR PocheCouleur, 1999.

Chapitre 7 : Les héroïnes shakespeariennes
Sources littéraires
William SHAKESPEARE, trad. François Victor Hugo, Œuvres complètes (1606), Paris, Arvensa, 1993

Art et culture de l’époque victorienne
Bram DJIKSTRA, trad. Josée Kamoun, Les idoles de la perversité : figures de la femme fatale dans la culture fin de siècle, Paris, Seuil, 1992
Jane MUNRO ‘More like a work of art than of nature’ Darwin beauty and natural selection in Endless forms Charles Darwin natural science and the visual arts, Londres et New Haven, Yale University Press, 2009
Edward SAID, L’Orientalisme, l’Orient créé par l’Occident (1978), Paris, Points Essais, 2015

Courants artistiques
Elizabeth PRETTEJOHN, The Art of the Pre-Raphaelites, Londres, Tate Publishing, 2000
Christopher WOOD, Fairies in Victorian art, Antique Collectors Club, 2000

Liens littérature et arts visuels
Daniel BERGEZ, Littérature et peinture, Paris, Armand Colin, 2004
Stephen E. HENDERSON, A study of visualized detail in the poetry of Tennyson, Rossetti and Morris, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1959

Monographies
Anthony HOBSON, John William Waterhouse, Londres, Phaidon Press, 1999
Peter MURRAY, Daniel Maclise : romancing the past, Gandon, 2008
Carter RATCLIFF, John Singer Sargent, Abbeville Press, 2001
Leonard ROBERTS et Stephen WILDMAN, Arthur Hughes : his life and works, ACC Art Books, 1999

Expositions
Peter HIGG et Susan WALKER, ed, Cleopatra of Egypt: from history to myth, Princeton University Press, British Museum, 2001
Jeremy MAAS, ed, Victorian fairy painting, Merrell Publishers, Royal Academy, 2000

Essais, articles
Megan DICKMAN, Sexuality vs sensuality in the Aesthetic movement : Marie Spartali Stillman’s La Pensierosa in the context of Aesthetic half-length figures, 2012, sur www.arthistory.wisc.edu
Vanasay KHAMPHOMMALA, L’ambiguïté sexuelle des heroines shakespeariennes aujourd’hui, Université Paris-Sorbonne, 2010 sur www.crlc.paris-sorbonne.fr
Laure NERMEL, Fairy painting (late 18th century – early 20th century): a British artistic genre?, mémoire de M2, Université Paris VII-Diderot/ University of Cape Town, 2010
—, Pre-Raphaelite art: from myth to picture, mémoire de M1, Université Paris VII-Diderot, 2012
Janet C. STAVROPOULOS, ‘Love and age in Othello’ in Shakespeare’s studies, 1987, vol.19, p.124

Chapitre 8 : Peindre la chevelure
Mode et soins capillaires
R.S. FLEMING, « The Victorian feminine ideal, about the perfect silhouette; hygiene, grooming and body-sculpting », 2013, sur www.katetattersall.com/?p=4921
Lola MONTEZ, The arts of beauty: or secrets of a lady’s toilet, with hints to gentlemen, on the arts of fascinations, Harvard College, Cambridge, 1891
Leigh SUMMERS, Bound to Please: A History of the Victorian Corset (dress, body, culture), Berg, Oxford, 2000

Signification de la chevelure dans la culture victorienne
Susan P. CASTERAS, « Pre-Raphaelites challenges to Victorian canons of beauty », The Huntington Library Quaterly, vol.55 n°1, hiver 1992, pp.13 – 25
Megan EDWARDS « The devouring woman and her serpentine hair in late Pre-Raphaelitism », Brown University, 2004, sur www.victorianweb.org
Elizabeth G. GITTER « The power of women hair in the Victorian imagination », John Jay College, City University NY, Publication of the Modern Language Association of America, vol.99, n°5, oct.1984, pp.936 – 954
Lucy HARTLEY, Physiognomy and the meaning of expression in nineteenth-century culture, Cambridge University Press, 2001
Galia OFEK, Representations of hair in Victorian literature and culture, Farnham, 2009
Christine POULSON, The quest for the grail: Arthurian legend in British art (1840 – 1920), Manchester University Press, 1999

Monographies
Daniel et Denise ANKELE, Edmund Blair Leighton, Pre-Raphaelite paintings, Ankele publishing, 1988
Summers ASH, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Harry N Abrams, 1995
Peter TRIPPI, John William Waterhouse, Phaidon Press, Londres, 2005

Correspondance
James H. COOMBS, Anne SCOTT, George P. LANDLOW et Arnold SANDERS, eds, A Pre-Raphaelite friendship : the correspondence of William Holman Hunt and John Lucas Tupper, UMI Press, Michigan, 1986
Jeremy MAAS, Holman Hunt and The light of the world, Scolar, Aldershot Hans, 1987

Mémoires, dissertations
Jessica LENIHAN, « Shades of meaning’: the significance of hair colour in Braddon’s Lady Audley’s secret (1862) and Rossetti’s Lady Lilith (1866 – 68 altered 1872 – 73) », University of Oxford, 2014
Laure NERMEL, « The Lady of Shalott, the fantasy of medieval romance », Université Paris-Diderot, 2012
—, « Pre-Raphaelite art : from myth to picture », ibid, 2010

Chapitre 9 : Elizabeth Siddal
Ouvrages généraux
Suzanne Fagence COOPER, ‘Lizzie Siddal’ in Pre-Raphaelite Art in the Victoria and Albert Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum Publications, Londres, 2003, pp.122 – 123
Elizabeth PRETTEJOHN, ‘Elizabeth Siddal : two interpretations’ in The Art of the Pre-Raphaelites, op.cit, 2000, pp.74 – 84

Ouvrages spécialisés
Elisabeth BRONFEN, Over her dead body : death, femininity and the Aesthetic, Manchester University Press, 1992
Robert Julian HAFNER, Mistress, model, muse and mentor : women in the lives of famous artists, Lulu Publishing, 2014
Jacky Colliss HARVEY, Red : A history of the Redhead, Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers, 2015
Jenny RIDD, A destiny defined : Dante Gabriel Rossetti and Elizabeth Siddal in Hastings, Edgerton Publishing, 2008

Monographies
Alicia Craig FAXON, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Abbeville Press, 1989
Lucinda HAWKSLEY, Lizzie Siddal : the tragedy of a Pre-Raphaelite supermodel, Andre Deutsh, 2005
Jan MARSH, Elizabeth Siddal 1829 – 1862 : Pre-Raphaelite artist, Ruskin Gallery, University of Sheffield, 1991
—, The legend of Elizabeth Siddal, Quartet Books, 1992

Catalogues d’exposition
The Pre-Raphaelites, Tate Gallery et Penguin Books, Londres, 1984
Jan MARSH et Pamela GERRISH NUNN, Pre-Raphaelite women artists, Manchester City Art Galleries, 1998