Panofsky


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Noun1.Panofsky - art historian (1892-1968)
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Really they invented Dachau long ago & Frey is Goering and Panofsky Goebels [sic],' is typical of Berenson's thoughts on this matter.
He also is a fellow of the American Physical Society; a recipient of the Panofsky Prize of the American Physical Society, the Ernest Orlando Lawrence Award from the Department of Energy and the Berkeley Lab Prize - Lifetime Achievement Award.
Essays by Andrea Beverley and by Ruth Panofsky and Michael Moir address issues of privacy in archives.
In an inadvertent affirmation of the more specific outlook of mind-city interaction, Erwin Panofsky (1957) showed that a factual impact of the built environment upon mind is evident in the case of Gothic architecture and scholastic thought.
Contributions include a biography of Wolfgang Panofsky, research on bottomonium, the LSND and MiniBooNE experiments, axions, density functional theory and Fermi superfluids, fluid dynamics in relativistic collisions, supernovae, muonic hydrogen, CP violation in the Bs system, mixing angle evaluation of the Standard Model, liquid argon detectors, partonic structure of the proton, photodetectors in particle physics experimentation, supersymmetry, superheavy nuclei, electron-positron annihilation, two chapters on the Tevatron collider, two-neutrino double-beta decay, and lepton flavor-violation.
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).
As earlier art historians--including Erwin Panofsky, Moshe Barasch, and Leo Steinberg--have noted Rogier was a magisterial creator of archetypes.
Following her work on Mazo de la Roche, Adele Wiseman, and Ellen Elliott, Ruth Panofsky now gives us the unique history of Macmillan of Canada (MCC), which was both subsidiary and original publisher.
In a 1923 study written in German and called Durers "Melencolia I", Erwin Panofsky and Fritz Saxl explore the development of Saturn's qualities, beginning with the medieval Arab astrologer Abu Ma'sar and culminating in the concept of the melancholy genius as first articulated by the Renaissance philosopher Marsilio Ficino and then later elaborated on by humanist Albrecht Durer.
The iconographical analysis of visual artwork proposed by art historian Erwin Panofsky is only a preparatory procedure to iconological analysis (Bal 2005).
Panofsky gives an interesting example of this new interpretation of Cupid: it will also describe Marot's poem:
Together, the latter constituted what Panofsky would later, in revisions to his program, term an iconology, in which pre-existent and inherited iconographic symbols and their meanings were adapted and transmuted to generate different results and new meanings.