Leonardo da Vinci, aspects of the Renaissance genius. Selected, edited and introduced by Morris Philipson.

New York, G. Braziller [1966] .

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George Washington
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Subjects Arte renacentista.
Leonardo, da Vinci, 1452-1519.
Renaissance -- Italy.
Description x, 438 pages illustrations 24 cm
Copyright Date [1966]
Notes Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (pages 401-433).
Contents Introduction : The fascination of Leonardo da Vinci -- The social status of the Renaissance artist / Arnold Hauser -- The nature of his "classic" art / Heinrich Wölfflin -- Leonardo as Verrocchio's coworker / W.R. Valentiner -- An attempt at revaluation / Bernard Berenson -- The illusion of the real / Herbert Read -- The beginnings of modern science / Alexander Koyré -- Art and science / George Sarton -- Man without letters / Giorgio de Santillana -- On relation between Leonardo's science and his art / Kenneth Clark -- On Freud's study of Leonardo / Brian Farrell -- Psychoanalytic notes / K.R. Eissler -- Leonardo and the philosophers / Paul Valéry -- The tortoise and the hare : a study of Valéry, Freud, and Leonardo da Vinci / Roger Shattuck.
Geographic Area Italy
Network Numbers (OCoLC)715904
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WorldCat Identities Philipson, Morris, 1926-2011,
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