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Historical Grammar Of The Visual Arts


Author : Alois Riegl
language : en
Publisher: Zone Books (NY)
Release Date : 2004

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A survey of the different visual arts within a sweeping conception of the history of culture by a highly influential figure in art history.

Electronic Imaging And The Visual Arts


Author : John Sunderland
language : en
Publisher: Psychology Press
Release Date : 1997

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The Origins Of Baroque Art In Rome


Author : Alois Riegl
language : en
Publisher: Getty Publications
Release Date : 2010

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Delivered three times between 1898 and 1902 and subsequently revised with an eye toward publication, Alois Riegl's lectures on the origins of Baroque art in Rome broke new ground in its field. In his approach and content, Riegl offered a markedly different account from that of Heinrich Wölfflin and other contemporaries: the beginning of the new artistic era extending from the 1520s to the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries was to be judged by its own rules and not merely as a period of decline. This first English translation brings Riegl's compelling vision of the Baroque to life and amply illustrates his charisma as a lecturer. His text is full of perceptive observations on the most important artists of the period from Michelangelo to Caravaggio. By taking the spectator into consideration, Riegl identifies a crucial defining change between Renaissance and Baroque art and provides invaluable inspiration for present-day readers.

The Group Portraiture Of Holland


Author : Alois Riegl
language : en
Publisher: Getty Publications
Release Date : 2000-03-16

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In The Group Portraiture of Holland, art historian Alois Riegl (1858-1905) argues that the artists of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Holland radically altered the beholders relationship to works of art. Group portraits by artists such as Rembrandt and Frans Halls reflect an egalitarian viewpoint not found in the more hierarchically structured Italian works of the same period. First published in 1902 and here in English for the first time, the book opened up areas of inquiry that continue to engage scholars today.

The Vienna School Reader


Author : Christopher S. Wood
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 2000

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An English-language introduction to the writings of the so-called New Vienna School of art history.

The Origins Of Baroque Art In Rome


Author : Alois Riegl
language : en
Publisher: Getty Publications
Release Date : 2010

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Delivered three times between 1898 and 1902 and subsequently revised with an eye toward publication, Alois Riegl's lectures on the origins of Baroque art in Rome broke new ground in its field. In his approach and content, Riegl offered a markedly different account from that of Heinrich Wölfflin and other contemporaries: the beginning of the new artistic era extending from the 1520s to the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries was to be judged by its own rules and not merely as a period of decline. This first English translation brings Riegl's compelling vision of the Baroque to life and amply illustrates his charisma as a lecturer. His text is full of perceptive observations on the most important artists of the period from Michelangelo to Caravaggio. By taking the spectator into consideration, Riegl identifies a crucial defining change between Renaissance and Baroque art and provides invaluable inspiration for present-day readers.

Feeling Pleasures


Author : Joe Moshenska
language : en
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Release Date : 2014

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The sense of touch is common to all people--indeed, to all animals-- yet our experiences of touch are among our most intimate and difficult to communicate. Feeling Pleasures argues that the sense of touch assumed a new and unique importance in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries in England, and that this importance can be seen in a variety of spheres: from religion, in which the question of whether Christ could and should be touched was fiercelydebated, to emerging science, where touch assumed an important role in conducting experiments. This book shows that touch mattered to major poets, including Edmund Spenser, William Shakespeare and John Milton. Italso argues that we must read their poetic interest in touch alongside an unusual variety of other areas, including the philosophical history of tickling, the actions of faith healers, and the early reception of Chinese medicine in England.