TRANSLATED BY: Cem Soydemir
SIZE: 16,5 x 24 cm.
EDITION: 1st print ,2013-06-01 00:00:00
HARDCOVER ISBN: 9786055250102
HARDCOVER PRICE: 30 TL
Written in jargon-free, reader-friendly language, this is one of the first volumes to make art historical theory accessible to those at the introductory level.
This title is the Turkish translation of Art History’s History, Prentice Hall, 2011, 2nd edition. From the backcover of the English original:
“Written in jargon-free, reader-friendly language, this is one of the first volumes to make art historical theory accessible to those at the introductory level. A review of contemporary theory of art history provides readers with lucid prose and concrete examples. Discussion of eighteenth- and nineteenth- century theories that are important to art history offers readers a review of historically important issues in philosophy. Illustrations of well-known works of art show readers how theory has application to images. Art historians and educators.”
I. THE ACADEMY.
II. WHAT IS ART? ANSWERS FROM ANTIQUITY TO THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY.
1. Ancient Theory.
2. Medieval Theory: Christianity, the Human, the Divine.
3. The Renaissance (1300-1600).
4. Nature, the Ideal, and Rules in Seventeenth-Century Theory.
III. THE EMERGENCE OF METHOD AND MODERNISM IN ART HISTORY.
5. Johann J. Winckelmann and Art History.
7. Immanuel Kant (1724-1804)
8. Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831)
9. Alois Riegl (1858-1905)
10. Heinrich Wölfflin (1864-1945)
11. Visual Supremacy: Connoisseurship, Style, Formalism
12. Sociological and Marxist Perspectives
13. The New Art History and Visual Culture
15. Reading Art History: Word, Image, Iconology, Semiotics
17. Psychoanalysis and Art History
18. Culture and Art History
19. Influence, Originality, Greatness: A Case for Intertextuality.
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