Erwin Panofsky


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Noun1.Erwin Panofsky - art historian (1892-1968)
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Author Erwin Panofsky started by giving his readers an understanding of iconography which is concerned with the study of subject matter or meaning or massages of art work as opposed to their form.
Drew Daniel's book navigates territory well mapped by Raymond Klibansky, Erwin Panofsky, and Fritz Saxl, and theoretically plumbed by Sigmund Freud and Walter Benjamin.
El verdadero secreto de sus magnificas pesadillas y suenos esta todavia por ser descubierto", escribio Erwin Panofsky, el erudito que dedico su vida al estudio de la pintura holandesa.
Ao abordar as artes plasticas, Foucault procedia segundo seu metodo arqueologico (1) e segundo metodos ja estabelecidos no campo da historia e teoria das artes: aqueles de Erwin Panofsky.
Doubtless this time and place witnessed a spate of remarkable achievements by Ernst Cassirer, Erwin Panofsky, and Aby Warburg that continue to exert a profound influence on the practice of humanistic scholarship on both sides of the Atlantic.
Exiles from Germany such as Erwin Panofsky, dismissed from the University of Hamburg in 1933, dynamized American art history (6).
Gallileo's observations on Tasso have been passionately discussed in the course of modern European criticism by important scholars, such as Erwin Panofsky, Ulrich Leo, Raffaele Colapietra, Dante Della Terza and Francesco Maggini.
Building upon the English-language work of predecessors, such as Raymond Klibansky, Erwin Panofsky, and especially Fritz Saxl's groundbreaking Saturn and Melancholy (1964), Dixon s discussion includes analyses of the meaning of melancholy, in which she explores melancholia as a concept from antiquity to its evolution into a 'fashionable' disease in the seventeenth century.
Ultimately, Wilson cannot be dragged into modernism's lineage: he remains rooted in Arcadia--the subject of a painting given modern renown by Erwin Panofsky in an essay of 1936, but unfortunately not in the display.
In 1927, Erwin Panofsky publishes Perspective as a Symbolic Form.
Her book also belongs beside such classic studies of melancholy and the artist, as the works by Raymond Klibansky, Erwin Panofsky, and Fritz Saxl, Saturn and Melancholy: Studies in the History of Natural Philosophy, Religion, and Art (London, Thomas Nelson, 1964) and Rudolf and Margot Wittkower, Born Under Saturn: The Character and Conduct of Artists (New York: Random House, 1963).
Sin embargo, el renombre alcanzado por el instituto contrasta con la oscuridad que envolvio el pensamiento del propio Warburg, que quedo no solo a la sombra del instituto que lleva su nombre, sino tambien a la sombra de sus mas conocidos seguidores, Erwin Panofsky y Ernst Gombrich.