The demands of art. With an appendix, Toward an empirical theory of art. Translation by Norbert Guterman.

[Princeton, N.J.], [Published for Bollingen Foundation by] Princeton University Press [1968] .

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Subjects Art -- Philosophie.
Art -- Philosophy.
Art -- Psychologie.
Art -- Psychology.
Art criticism.
Critique d'art.
Series Bollingen series ; 78.
Description xxiii, 258 pages illustrations (some color) 32 cm.
Copyright Date [1968]
Notes Translation of two unpublished manuscripts, Wie ein Kunstwerk gesehen sein will, and Empirische Kunstwissenschaft.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents [1.] The demands of art: The work of art and the model in nature: CeĢzanne: Mont Sainte-Victoire -- The work of the artistic imagination: Degas: Leaving the bath -- The artist's development: Giotto: Lamentation over the body of Christ and The death of Saint Francis -- The literary model and the work of art: Rembrandt: Joseph interprets Pharaoh's dreams -- Discord between form and content: Picasso: Guernica -- The struggle to understand art -- [2.] Appendix: Toward an empirical theory of art (1941) -- Part one: Basic concepts of description: Individual form ; Total configuration ; Composition.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)711351
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WorldCat Identities Raphael, Max, 1889-1952.
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