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[Download] ➼ Sublime Poussin Author Louis Marin – Izmirescort.pro Art history and art theory are inseparable A history of art can be achieved only through the simultaneous construction of a theory of art These words of the eminent scholar and critic Louis Marin suggArt history and art theory are inseparable A history of art can be achieved only through the simultaneous construction of a theory of art These words of the eminent scholar and critic Louis Marin suggest why he considered the paintings and the writings of Nicolas Poussin 1594 1665 painter and theoretician of painting an enduring source of inspiration Poussin was the artist to whom Marin returned most faithfully over the years Since Marin did not live to write his proposed book on Poussin the ten major essays in this volume will remain his definitive statement on the painter who inspired his most eloquent and probing commentaryAt the center of Marins inquiry into Poussins art are the theory and practice of reading paintings Rather than explicate Poussins work through systematic textual and iconographic analysis he sets out to explore a cluster of speculative questions about the meaning of pictorial art Can painting be a discourse? If so how can that discourse be deciphered? Marins horizon for interpreting Poussin dependson the concepts of aesthetic philosophy and the insights of cultural history than on an account of the painters career or his relationship with his artistic predecessors For example he positions several of Poussins best known landscapes with respect both to French seventeenth century debates on the question of the sublime and to the philosophical tradition of reflection on the sublimeAmong the topics Marin studies are the tempest as a major figure of the sublime in Poussins work the presence of ruins in the paintings Poussins use of the concept of metamorphosis and the frequent presence of sleeping bodies in the work The Poussin who emerges in these essays is preeminently a philosopher artist whose painterly discourse embodies the limits of thought and of representation.

Art history and art theory are inseparable A history of art can be achieved only through the simultaneous construction of a theory of art These words of the eminent scholar and critic Louis Marin suggest why he considered the paintings and the writings of Nicolas Poussin 1594 1665 painter and theoretician of painting an enduring source of inspiration Poussin was the artist to whom Marin returned most faithfully over the years Since Marin did not live to write his proposed book on Poussin the ten major essays in this volume will remain his definitive statement on the painter who inspired his most eloquent and probing commentaryAt the center of Marins inquiry into Poussins art are the theory and practice of reading paintings Rather than explicate Poussins work through systematic textual and iconographic analysis he sets out to explore a cluster of speculative questions about the meaning of pictorial art Can painting be a discourse? If so how can that discourse be deciphered? Marins horizon for interpreting Poussin dependson the concepts of aesthetic philosophy and the insights of cultural history than on an account of the painters career or his relationship with his artistic predecessors For example he positions several of Poussins best known landscapes with respect both to French seventeenth century debates on the question of the sublime and to the philosophical tradition of reflection on the sublimeAmong the topics Marin studies are the tempest as a major figure of the sublime in Poussins work the presence of ruins in the paintings Poussins use of the concept of metamorphosis and the frequent presence of sleeping bodies in the work The Poussin who emerges in these essays is preeminently a philosopher artist whose painterly discourse embodies the limits of thought and of representation.

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