The arts and the art of criticism, by Theodore Meyer Greene.

Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1940.

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Subjects Aesthetics.
Art -- Philosophie.
Art -- Philosophy.
Arte -- Filosofía.
Crítica artística.
Music -- Philosophy and aesthetics.
Musique -- Philosophie et esthétique.
Description xxx, 690 pages, 1 leaf, including illustrations, plates frontispiece folded diagram 24 cm
Copyright Date 1940.
Notes Includes music.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Also issued online.
Contents The artistic categories and the matter of art. The categories of art ; The matter of music ; The matter of the dance ; The matter of architecture ; The matter of sculpture and painting ; The matter of literature -- Artistic form. The nature and analysis of artistic form ; The structural ingredients of a work of art ; Basic "manners of treatment" in the six major arts ; Generic compositional patterns in the six major arts ; Three inter-medial factors of artistic unity -- Artistic content. Art as an expressive vehicle ; The artist's approach to his subject-matter ; The goal of artistic cognition ; Artistic expression ; Types of artistic content ; Expression of universals in painting ; The portrayal of individuals in sculpture and painting, and the rôle of specificity in art ; The expressive potentialities and limitations of the major arts -- Principles of criticism. The nature and criteria of criticism ; Artistic style ; Artistic quality and perfection ; Artistic truth ; Artistic greatness ; Conclusion.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)507712
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WorldCat Identities Greene, Theodore Meyer, 1897-1969.
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