Studies in Iconology

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  • Author : Erwin Panofsky
  • Publisher : Anonim
  • Pages : 262 pages
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American Iconology

American Iconology
  • Author : David C. Miller
  • Publisher : Yale University Press
  • Release : 01 January 1993
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This overview of the "sister arts" of the nineteenth century by younger scholars in art history, literature, and American studies presents a startling array of perspectives on the fundamental role played by images in culture and society. Drawing on the latest thinking about vision and visuality as well as on recent developments in literary theory and cultural studies, the contributors situate paintings, sculpture, monument art, and literary images within a variety of cultural contexts. The volume offers fresh and sometimes

The Iconology of Abstraction

The Iconology of Abstraction
  • Author : Krešimir Purgar
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 06 July 2020
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This book uncovers how we make meaning of abstraction, both historically and in present times, and examines abstract images as a visual language. The contributors demonstrate that abstraction is not primarily an artistic phenomenon, but rather arises from human beings’ desire to imagine, understand and communicate complex, ineffable concepts in fields ranging from fine art and philosophy to technologies of data visualization, from cartography and medicine to astronomy. The book will be of interest to scholars working in image studies,

Iconology, Neoplatonism, and the Arts in the Renaissance

Iconology, Neoplatonism, and the Arts in the Renaissance
  • Author : Berthold Hub,Sergius Kodera
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 24 September 2020
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The mid-twentieth century saw a change in paradigms of art history: iconology. The main claim of this novel trend in art history was that renowned Renaissance artists (such as Botticelli, Leonardo, or Michelangelo) created imaginative syntheses between their art and contemporary cosmology, philosophy, theology, and magic. The Neoplatonism in the books by Marsilio Ficino and Giovanni Pico della Mirandola became widely acknowledged for its lasting influence on art. It thus became common knowledge that Renaissance artists were not exclusively concerned

Iconology

Iconology
  • Author : W. J. T. Mitchell
  • Publisher : University of Chicago Press
  • Release : 03 May 2013
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"[Mitchell] undertakes to explore the nature of images by comparing them with words, or, more precisely, by looking at them from the viewpoint of verbal language. . . . The most lucid exposition of the subject I have ever read."—Rudolf Arnheim, Times Literary Supplement

Millard Meiss, American Art History, and Conservation

Millard Meiss, American Art History, and Conservation
  • Author : Jennifer Cooke
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 29 September 2020
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A member of the art history generation from the golden age of the 1920s and 1930s, Millard Meiss (1904–1975) developed a new and multi-faceted methodological approach. This book lays the foundation for a reassessment of this key figure in post-war American and international art history. The book analyses his work alongside that of contemporary art historians, considering both those who influenced him and those who were receptive to his research. Jennifer Cooke uses extensive archival material to give Meiss the critical

Ambiguous Locks

Ambiguous Locks
  • Author : Roberta Milliken
  • Publisher : McFarland
  • Release : 10 January 2014
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It has long been said that a woman’s hair is her crowning glory. Indeed, throughout history, hair has remained an important cultural symbol of femininity. In medieval art, iconic images of long, flowing locks can express sexuality, and the cutting of a woman’s hair often signals her feminine misbehavior. Artists of all kinds in the Middle Ages used women’s long hair to manipulate their audience’s estimation of their female figures. This interdisciplinary work explores the significance

Image Science

Image Science
  • Author : W. J. T. Mitchell
  • Publisher : University of Chicago Press
  • Release : 18 January 2018
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Almost thirty years ago, W. J. T. Mitchell’s Iconology helped launch the interdisciplinary study of visual media, now a central feature of the humanities. Along with his subsequent Picture Theory and What Do Pictures Want?, Mitchell’s now-classic work introduced such ideas as the pictorial turn, the image/picture distinction, the metapicture, and the biopicture. These key concepts imply an approach to images as true objects of investigation—an “image science.” Continuing with this influential line of thought, Image

Image and Ideology in Modern/Postmodern Discourse

Image and Ideology in Modern/Postmodern Discourse
  • Author : David B. Downing,Susan Bazargan
  • Publisher : SUNY Press
  • Release : 01 January 1991
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This book addresses the function and status of the visual and verbal image as it relates to social, political, and ideological issues. The authors first articulate some of the lost connections between image and ideology, then locate their argument within the modernist/postmodernist debates. The book addresses the multiple, trans-disciplinary problems arising from the ways cultures, authors, and texts mobilize particular images in order to confront, conceal, work through, or resolve contradictory ideological conditions.

Iconology

Iconology
  • Author : W. J. T. Mitchell
  • Publisher : University of Chicago Press
  • Release : 01 January 1986
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"[Mitchell] undertakes to explore the nature of images by comparing them with words, or, more precisely, by looking at them from the viewpoint of verbal language. . . . The most lucid exposition of the subject I have ever read."—Rudolf Arnheim, Times Literary Supplement