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❮Reading❯ ➺ The Quattro Cento: and Stones of Rimini (British Art and Visual Culture Since 1750) Author Adrian Stokes – Izmirescort.pro Adrian Stokes 19021972 was a British painter and writer whose books on art have been allowed to go out of print despite their impact on Modernist culture and ongoing acclaim for their beauty and intelAdrian Stokes 19021972 was a British painter and writer whose books on art have been allowed to go out of print despite their impact on Modernist culture and ongoing acclaim for their beauty and intellectual acuity This new edition of The uattro Cento and Stones of Rimini presents the original texts of 1932 and 1934 and furnishes them with introductions by David Carrier and Stephen Kite that will help readers grasp the structure and significance of what have become Stokess most widely cited and influential books Written as parts of an incomplete trilogy The uattro Cento and Stones of Rimini mark a crossroads in the transition from late Victorian to Modernist conceptions of art especially sculpture and architecture Stokes continued even extended John Ruskins and Walter Paters belief that art is essential to the individuals proper psychological development but wove their teaching into a new aesthetic shaped by his experience of psychoanalysis with Melanie Klein and recent innovations in literature dance and the visual arts Few writers have been able to invoke the material presence of works of art in the way Stokes does in T he uattro Cento and Stones of Rimini They combine travel writing with acts of looking spun out so as to reinterpret the imposing legacy of the Italian Renaissance through an aesthetic of the direct carving of stone which has parallels in the sculpture of Brancusi Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth but was for Stokes the discovery of artists in fifteenth century Italy To his way of thinking there then arose a realization that the materials of art were the actual objects of inspiration the stocks for the deepest fantasies During the Renaissance Stokes maintained stone accordingly blossomed into sculpture and buildings such as the Tempio Malatestiano that throw inner ferment outward into definite act and thought This new edition of Stokess pivotal books will be of interest to those concerned with art criticism aesthetics psychoanalysis and art and the art and architecture of the Renaissance and Modern periods.

Adrian Stokes 19021972 was a British painter and writer whose books on art have been allowed to go out of print despite their impact on Modernist culture and ongoing acclaim for their beauty and intellectual acuity This new edition of The uattro Cento and Stones of Rimini presents the original texts of 1932 and 1934 and furnishes them with introductions by David Carrier and Stephen Kite that will help readers grasp the structure and significance of what have become Stokess most widely cited and influential books Written as parts of an incomplete trilogy The uattro Cento and Stones of Rimini mark a crossroads in the transition from late Victorian to Modernist conceptions of art especially sculpture and architecture Stokes continued even extended John Ruskins and Walter Paters belief that art is essential to the individuals proper psychological development but wove their teaching into a new aesthetic shaped by his experience of psychoanalysis with Melanie Klein and recent innovations in literature dance and the visual arts Few writers have been able to invoke the material presence of works of art in the way Stokes does in T he uattro Cento and Stones of Rimini They combine travel writing with acts of looking spun out so as to reinterpret the imposing legacy of the Italian Renaissance through an aesthetic of the direct carving of stone which has parallels in the sculpture of Brancusi Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth but was for Stokes the discovery of artists in fifteenth century Italy To his way of thinking there then arose a realization that the materials of art were the actual objects of inspiration the stocks for the deepest fantasies During the Renaissance Stokes maintained stone accordingly blossomed into sculpture and buildings such as the Tempio Malatestiano that throw inner ferment outward into definite act and thought This new edition of Stokess pivotal books will be of interest to those concerned with art criticism aesthetics psychoanalysis and art and the art and architecture of the Renaissance and Modern periods.

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