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Painting as an art

Richard Wollheim

(The A.W. Mellon lectures in the fine arts, 1984)(Bollingen series, xxxv, 33)

Princeton University Press, c1987

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Bibliography: p. 358-375

Includes index

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One of the twentieth century's most influential texts on philosophical aesthetics Painting as an Art is acclaimed philosopher Richard Wollheim's encompassing vision of how to view art. Transcending the traditional boundaries of art history, he draws on his three great passions-philosophy, psychology, and art-to present an illuminating theory of the very experience of art. He shows how to unlock the meaning of a painting by retrieving-almost reenacting-the creative activity that produced it. In order to fully appreciate a work of art, Wollheim argues, critics must bring to the understanding of a work of art a much richer conception of human psychology than they have in the past. This classic book points the way to discovering what is most profound and subtle about paintings by major artists such as Titian, Bellini, Willem de Kooning.

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