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A companion to art theory, edited by Paul Smith and Carolyn Wilde, (electronic resource)

Label
A companion to art theory
Title
A companion to art theory
Statement of responsibility
edited by Paul Smith and Carolyn Wilde
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
UMS
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Blackwell reference online
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
N61
LC item number
. C58 2002
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • 1956-
  • 1945-
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  • Smith, Paul
  • Wilde, Carolyn
  • Blackwell Publishing Ltd
Series statement
Blackwell companions in cultural studies
Series volume
5
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  • Art
  • Art criticism
  • Aesthetics
Label
A companion to art theory, edited by Paul Smith and Carolyn Wilde, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Title from title screen
  • Description based on content as of: March 14, 2008
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Computer file characteristics
Electronic data.
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Neoplatonist aesthetics
  • Suzanne Stern-Gillet
  • Renaissance art theories
  • Francois Quiviger
  • Touch, tactility, and the reception of sculpture in early modern Italy
  • Geraldine A. Johnson
  • Spiritual exercises of Leonardo da Vinci
  • Robert Williams
  • Academic theory,1550-1800
  • Paul Duro
  • Part. 1.
  • Rhetorical categories in the academy
  • Caroline van Eck
  • Picturesque and its development
  • Andrew Ballantyne
  • pt. 2.
  • Around modernism.
  • Aesthetics of Kant and Hegel
  • Jason Gaiger
  • E.H. Gombrich and the tradition of Hegel
  • David Summers
  • Tradition and the academy.
  • German romanticism and French aesthetic theory
  • Wendy S. Mercer
  • Expression : natural, personal, pictorial
  • Richard Shiff
  • Reading artists' words
  • Richard Hobbs
  • Nietzsche and the artist
  • Michael White
  • Wittgenstein, description, and Adrian Stokes (on Cézanne)
  • Paul Smith
  • Introduction: Alberti and the formation of modern art theory
  • Modernism and the idea of the avant-garde
  • Paul Wood
  • On the intention of modern(ist) art
  • Fred Orton
  • Anti-art and the concept of art
  • Paul N. Humble
  • Marcel Duchamp's readymades and anti-aesthetic reflex
  • David Hopkins
  • pt. 3.
  • Critical theory and postmodernism.
  • Carolyn Wilde
  • Marxism and critical art history
  • David Craven
  • Walter Benjamin and art theory
  • Howard Caygill
  • Bakhtin and the visual arts
  • Deborah J. Haynes
  • Peirce's visuality and the semiotics of art
  • Michael Leja
  • Conceptual art
  • Charles Harrison
  • Classical concept of minesis
  • Barthes on art
  • Margaret Iversen
  • Foucault and art
  • Roy Boyne
  • Derrida and the Parergon
  • Robin Marriner
  • What consciousness forgets : Lyotard's concept of the sublime
  • Renée van de Vall
  • Deleuze on Francis Bacon
  • Ian Heywood
  • Göran Sörbom
  • Feminisms and art theory
  • Marsha Meskimmon
  • Psycho-phallus (qu'est-ce que c'est?)
  • Mignon Nixon
  • pt. 4.
  • Interpretation and the institution of art.
  • Rules of representation
  • John Willats
  • Gombrich and psychology
  • Richard Woodfield
  • Medieval art theory
  • Hermeneutics and art theory
  • Nicholas Davey
  • Reciprocity and reception theory
  • Michael Ann Holly
  • Paradox of creative interpretation in art
  • Carl Hausman
  • Interdisciplinarity and visual culture
  • Charlotte Klonk
  • Against curatorial imperialism : Merleau-Ponty and the historicity of art
  • Paul Crowther
  • Hugh Bredin
  • Institutional theory of art : theory and antitheory
  • Garry L. Hagberg
Control code
213392011
Dimensions
26 cm
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xix, 529 pages
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Available to subscribers only
Isbn
9780631207627
Isbn Type
(eISBN)
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)213392011
System details
Mode of access: World Wide Web
Label
A companion to art theory, edited by Paul Smith and Carolyn Wilde, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Title from title screen
  • Description based on content as of: March 14, 2008
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Computer file characteristics
Electronic data.
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Neoplatonist aesthetics
  • Suzanne Stern-Gillet
  • Renaissance art theories
  • Francois Quiviger
  • Touch, tactility, and the reception of sculpture in early modern Italy
  • Geraldine A. Johnson
  • Spiritual exercises of Leonardo da Vinci
  • Robert Williams
  • Academic theory,1550-1800
  • Paul Duro
  • Part. 1.
  • Rhetorical categories in the academy
  • Caroline van Eck
  • Picturesque and its development
  • Andrew Ballantyne
  • pt. 2.
  • Around modernism.
  • Aesthetics of Kant and Hegel
  • Jason Gaiger
  • E.H. Gombrich and the tradition of Hegel
  • David Summers
  • Tradition and the academy.
  • German romanticism and French aesthetic theory
  • Wendy S. Mercer
  • Expression : natural, personal, pictorial
  • Richard Shiff
  • Reading artists' words
  • Richard Hobbs
  • Nietzsche and the artist
  • Michael White
  • Wittgenstein, description, and Adrian Stokes (on Cézanne)
  • Paul Smith
  • Introduction: Alberti and the formation of modern art theory
  • Modernism and the idea of the avant-garde
  • Paul Wood
  • On the intention of modern(ist) art
  • Fred Orton
  • Anti-art and the concept of art
  • Paul N. Humble
  • Marcel Duchamp's readymades and anti-aesthetic reflex
  • David Hopkins
  • pt. 3.
  • Critical theory and postmodernism.
  • Carolyn Wilde
  • Marxism and critical art history
  • David Craven
  • Walter Benjamin and art theory
  • Howard Caygill
  • Bakhtin and the visual arts
  • Deborah J. Haynes
  • Peirce's visuality and the semiotics of art
  • Michael Leja
  • Conceptual art
  • Charles Harrison
  • Classical concept of minesis
  • Barthes on art
  • Margaret Iversen
  • Foucault and art
  • Roy Boyne
  • Derrida and the Parergon
  • Robin Marriner
  • What consciousness forgets : Lyotard's concept of the sublime
  • Renée van de Vall
  • Deleuze on Francis Bacon
  • Ian Heywood
  • Göran Sörbom
  • Feminisms and art theory
  • Marsha Meskimmon
  • Psycho-phallus (qu'est-ce que c'est?)
  • Mignon Nixon
  • pt. 4.
  • Interpretation and the institution of art.
  • Rules of representation
  • John Willats
  • Gombrich and psychology
  • Richard Woodfield
  • Medieval art theory
  • Hermeneutics and art theory
  • Nicholas Davey
  • Reciprocity and reception theory
  • Michael Ann Holly
  • Paradox of creative interpretation in art
  • Carl Hausman
  • Interdisciplinarity and visual culture
  • Charlotte Klonk
  • Against curatorial imperialism : Merleau-Ponty and the historicity of art
  • Paul Crowther
  • Hugh Bredin
  • Institutional theory of art : theory and antitheory
  • Garry L. Hagberg
Control code
213392011
Dimensions
26 cm
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xix, 529 pages
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Available to subscribers only
Isbn
9780631207627
Isbn Type
(eISBN)
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)213392011
System details
Mode of access: World Wide Web

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