Discusses theories of form, the community of artists, naturalism, art and society, visionary art, and creativity as formulated by artists and critics of the periodEssay. on. Picturesque. Beauty. (1792). The emphasis on formal beauty as a single unifying rule or principle turned some criticsa#39; attention in the ... Burke, drawing on the language of Longinus, pointed out that while beauty, in the perfection of its definition and its unruffled ... Faced with an object, for example, that could not be entirely comprehended either visually or intellectually, the mind becomes awareanbsp;...
|Title||:||Nineteenth-century Theories of Art|
|Author||:||Joshua Charles Taylor|
|Publisher||:||Univ of California Press - 1987|