Jacqueline Lichtenstein ☆ 8 Summary
In this richly suggestive contribution to the theory of art Jacueline Lichtenstein discusses the importance of color in reconciling ancient differences between rhetoric and painting The visible world had been suspect since Plato accused the Sophists of relying on rhetorical.
Summary The Elouence of Color Rhetoric and Painting in the French Classical Age New Historicism
H cosmetics and with all that belonged to the feminine as a sensual force necessary to reconcile reason and pleasure action and passion Lichtenstein thus identifies a major shift in European theories of meaning of gender and of the relationship between the word and the image.
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Show of being in effect makeup artists Before the 17th century these differences were manifest in a valorization of design over colorBut in the 17th century the image suddenly becomes an essential agent of thought Rhetorical color is revalued along with color in painting wit.