Against a background of Mexican rural art, this study of Neruda's Canto general combines a rigorous structuralist approach to the analysis of poetry and painting, with new distinctions of ekphrastic poetry and recent philosophical debates about logocentrism and oculocentrism.
"You Have Been Framed": The Function of Ekphrasis for the Representation of Women in John Banville's Trilogy (the Book of Evidence, Ghosts, Athena) Muller, Anja.
Studies in the Novel, Vol. 36, No. 2, Summer 2004
Canvas, Brush, Paint-Box Brownie; Today's Young Portrait Painters Are More Influenced by the Camera Than by Reynolds or Gainsborough Sewell, Brian.
The Evening Standard (London, England), June 20, 2003