Panofsky


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Noun1.Panofsky - art historian (1892-1968)
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Noorul Ain Khawajja: Erwin Pan Panofsky was a German art historian, whose academic career was pursued mostly in the US Panofsky's work represents a high point in the modern academic study of iconography , which he used in hugely influentialMany of his works are still in print, including Studies in Iconology: Humanist Themes in the Art of the Renaissance (1939).
Figural Philology: Panofsky and the Science of Things
Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2009), 253-73; and Ruth Panofsky, ed.
Con la misma radiacion de fondo, Panofsky (1980a, 1980b) desarrolla en el campo de la historiografia artistica la dupla conceptual costumbres mentales o habitus y fuerza forjadora de costumbres (habit-forming force), que permiten capturar el espiritu de la epoca (Zeitgeist), por consistir en un conjunto de registros inconscientes y de principios interiorizados que otorgan unidad a las modalidades de pensamiento durante un corte sincronico puntual.
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.
Dreamland of Humanists: Warburg, Cassirer, Panofsky, and the Hamburg School.
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.
Saxl, Panofsky, Gombrich, Wittkower: these are just a few of the better-known art historians who have embraced the Warburgian methodology.
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.