Theory & Philosophy of Art: Style, Artist, and Society: Selected Papers, Vol. IV
This fourth volume of Meyer Schapiro's selected papers contains his most important writings on the theory and philosophy of art. His highly lucid arguments, graceful prose, and extraordinary erudtion guide readers through a rich variety of fields and issues including the roles in society of the artist and art, of the critic and criticism, and of the relationships between patron and artist, psycholanalysis and art, and philosophy and art.
Considered to be a master of the essay, Meyer Schapiro (1904-1996) was a prolific art historian and critic who taught at Columbia University for over forty-years.
PA, ISBN: 0807613576
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Also by Meyer Schapiro
- Impressionism: Reflections and Perceptions
- Late Antique, Early Christian and Medieval Art
- Modern Art: 19th & 20th Centuries
- Mondrian: On the Humanity of Abstract Painting
- Romanesque Art: Selected Papers, Vol. 1
- The Unity if Picasso's Art
- Words, Script, & Pictures: The Semiotics of Visual Language
- Worldview in Painting---Art and Society: Selected Papers, Vol. V
- The Bibilography of Meyer Schapiro