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by Hanna Deinhard

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  • ISBN 0807066648
  • ISBN13 978-0807066652
  • Language English
  • Author Hanna Deinhard
  • Publisher Beacon Press; First English language edition edition (1970)
  • Pages 120
  • Formats lrf lit azw docx
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  • Size ePub 1371 kb
  • Size Fb2 1894 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
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In discussing the interpretation in different eras of the painting of the same subject by different artists: The Massacre of the Innocents by Giotto, Bruegel, Rubens, the author demonstrates her method of sociological interpretation of art.

In her 1970 book Meaning and Expression: Toward a Sociology of Art, Hanna Deinhard gives one approach: "The point of departure of the sociology of art is the question: How is it possible that works of art, which always.

In her 1970 book Meaning and Expression: Toward a Sociology of Art, Hanna Deinhard gives one approach: "The point of departure of the sociology of art is the question: How is it possible that works of art, which always originate as products of human activity within a particular time and society and for a particular time, society, or function - even though. Deinhard, Hanna (1970). Meaning and Expression: Toward a Sociology of Art. Boston: Beacon Press. p. 3. Further reading.

She demonstrates convincingly by excellent analyses of illustrations how one can distinguish visual expression from meaning, with the former remaining relatively constant while the latter is subject to change. This is very solid, competent art history with a dash of sociology.

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The title of Deinhard's book, despite its sociological qualification, is misleading. All works of art, according to the author, include both meaning and expression as elements, but distinct societies at different historic moments tend to regard one or the other element preferentially. To a philosopher i t sets up expectations of conceptual analysis or of descriptive phenomenology.

In her 1970 book Meaning and Expression: Toward a Sociology of Art, Hanna Deinhard gives these defining features of a sociology of art: "The point of departure . Boston: Beacon Press

In her 1970 book Meaning and Expression: Toward a Sociology of Art, Hanna Deinhard gives these defining features of a sociology of art: "The point of departure of the sociology of art is the question: How is it possible that works of art, which always originate as products of human activity within a particular time and society and for a particular time, society, or function - even though they are not necessarily produced as 'works of art' - can live beyond their time and seem expressive and meaningful in completely different epochs and societies? .

Similar books and articles. Hanna Deinhard - 1974 - Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 33 (2):234-235. Anne Bezuidenhout - unknown. Meaning and Expression": Hanna Deinhard. Bernard Curtis - 1972 - British Journal of Aesthetics 12 (2):194. Meaning Holism and De Re Ascription. Daniel Whiting - 2008 - Canadian Journal of Philosophy 38 (4):575-599.

In her 1970 book Meaning and Expression: Toward a Sociology of Art, Hanna Deinhard gives one approach . Other approaches consider the social and economic background to the creation of works of art, which has been a great focus of art history in recent decades.

Hanna Deinhard, Meaning and Expression: Toward a Sociology of Art, Boston 1970, p. oogle Scholar. 1974) Ideology, Expression, and Mediation. 32. Karl Marx, The Economic and Philosophic Manuscripts of 1844, New York 1964, p. 11. 43. Georg Lukacs, The Historical Novel, Boston 1963. 45. Ernst Fischer, Art Against Ideology, New York 1969. 53. G. W. F. Hegel, Phänomenologie des Geistes, Berlin 1845. eds) For Dirk Struik. Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, vol 15.