Reemes, DM, ' The Egyptian Ouroboros: An Iconological
and Theological Study', PhD thesis, 2015, UCLA https://escholarship.
Among her topics are Archimedean points: monuments as duration reservoirs, forms and figures: two fundamental modes of pictorial production, iconological
space: Panofsky with Warburg, the figural synthesis of historical reality in the iconology table, and figural content and the past as a res extensa.
In contrast, iconological
studies of the image examine the political and ideological structure of representation (Mitchell, Iconology 2).
Realization and Aesthetic Transformation
At the iconological
level (to use Ernst Gombrich's term) Foulem meant the object to represent a classic type of ceramic objects, harkening back to 18th century European decorative art objects, usually presented in a pair, that were made in porcelain at Meissen and other continental factories, as well as at Chelsea and Derby in England.
Patrizio Di Massimo's solo show "Are Ere Ire"--which included paintings, sculptures, installations, and performances, all from 2014--offered ample evidence of the multiplicity of languages he draws upon and of the vast iconographic and iconological
repertory that drives his work.
This aesthetic dovetails with a thematic or, more precisely, an iconological
tradition in comics that is rooted in animalizing stories: animal fables, trickster tales, and shape-shifter lore.
The comparison between the Japanese and Western culture is based on the iconological
analysis of the literary text and the visual elements.
These, in turn, call for a close investigation of its iconographical, iconological
, narrative, formalistic and stylistic details.
The piling of frame upon frame, mediation within mediation, killing upon killing, spectacle upon spectacle, the excess of cinematic intertexts and immersion in layers of violence, produce deeply unsettling, vertiginous effects as they unfold a set of iconological
and technological connectivities that also structure the 'shadow archive' of the Abu Ghraib trophy images (the latter are described by Pugliese in compelling detail [2013, pp.
attributes of the beast and the emphasis on the knights' onore and nobilita suggest that the ekphrasis represents the triumph of Honor over Avarice, though this is thematized everywhere and directly communicated nowhere.
In 1964, Raymond Klibansky and Erwin Panofsky published Saturn and Melancholy, the result of 50 years of iconological
investigation undertaken (with Fritz Saxl, who had died in 1948) under the auspices of the Warburg Institute.