Aesthetics and Philosophy of Art


Day 9: Art History & Re-Enactment



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Day 9: Art History & Re-Enactment

Reading:


Richard Wollheim (1980), ‘Criticism as Retrieval’, in Art and Its Objects, 2nd ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 185-204.

Recommended readings:

Robin George Collingwood (1938), Excerpts from The Principles of Art. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Robin George Collingwood (1936), ‘Art’, in Roman Britain and the English Settlements, Oxford: Clarendon Press, chapter XV.

Michael Baxandall (1985), ‘Truth and Other Cultures: Piero della Francesca’s Baptism of Christ’, in Patterns of Intention: On the Historical Explanation of Pictures. New Haven: Yale University Press, 105-137.

Michael Baxandall (1979), ‘The Language of Art History’, New Literary History, 10, 453-465.


Day 10: Visual Culture

Reading:


Svetlana Alpers (1979), ‘Style is What You Make It: The Visual Arts Once Again’, in B. Lang (ed.), The Concept of Style. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press,, 95-117.
Recommended readings:

Michael Baxandall (1972), ‘The Period Eye’, in Painting and Experience in Fifteenth Century Italy. Oxford: Clarendon, 29-108.



Svetlana Alpers (1983), ‘Introduction’, in The Art of Describing: Dutch Art in the Seventeenth Century. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, xvii-xxvii.

Svetlana Alpers et al. (1996), ‘Visual Culture Questionnaire’, October, 77, 25-70.


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