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Du kanske gillar. Louis Vuitton Catwalk Inbunden. Chanel Daniele Bott Inbunden. Chanel Catwalk Inbunden. Inbunden Engelska, Spara som favorit. Skickas inom vardagar. Laddas ned direkt. Written at the height of the arts and crafts movement in fin-de-siecle Vienna, Alois Riegl's Stilfragen represented a turning point in defining art and understanding the sources of its inspiration.
Demonstrating an uninterrupted continunity in the history of ornament from the ancient Egyptian through the Islamic period, Riegl argued that the creative urge manifests itself in both "great art" and the most humble artifact, and that change is an inherent part of style.
This new translation, which renders Riegl's seminal work in contemporary, readable prose, allows for a fresh reexamination of his thought in light of current revisionist debate. His discovery of infinite variation in the restatement of several decorative motifs--the palmette, rosette, tendril--led Riegl to believe that art is completely independent from exterior conditions and is beyond individual volition.
This thinking laid the groundwork for his famous concept of Kunstwollen, or artistic intention. We are made to feel that the issues he discussed mattered vitally to him; it was the very nature of art and its relation to human life that were at stake, art as an absolute necessity. Originally published in The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press.
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Spatroemische Kunst-Industrie Alois Riegl. Myth, Ethos and Actuality David Castriota. Bloggat om Problems of Style.
Stilfragen: Grundlegungen zu einer Geschichte der Ornamentik is a book on the history of ornament by the Austrian art historian Alois Riegl. It was published in Berlin in The English translation renders the title as Problems of style: foundations for a history of ornament , although this has been criticized by some. His primary intention was to argue that it was possible to write a continuous history of ornament. This position is argued in explicit opposition to that of the "technical-materialist" school, according to which "all art forms were always the direct products of materials and techniques"  and that ornamental "motifs originated spontaneously throughout the world at a number of different locations. However, Riegl consistently disassociates Semper's followers from Semper himself, writing that. The theory of the technical, materialist origin of the earliest ornaments is usually attributed to Gottfried Semper.
Problems of Style: Foundations for a History of Ornament
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