Index
Figures in bold type refer to pages containing illustrations
a
abject art 77
Aborigines, Australian 228
abstract art 30 , 37-40 , 47 , 48 , 97 , 223 , 233 , 241 , 244-5 , 246-7
achievement, artistic 21-33
action painting 230
Addison, Joseph:
'Uses and Abuses of Ridicule' 181 , 261 n. 26
Adorno, Theodor 108 ;
Aesthetic Theory259 n. 3;
Brecht on Art and Politics259 n. 3
advertising 234
advice model 223 , 226
aesthetics:
aesthetic ideal 211 ;
aesthetic ideas 73-5 ;
aesthetic judgement 53-4 , 70-5 ;
aesthetic tradition 104 ;
aesthetic value 75-6 ;
aesthetic appreciation 64-75 ;
aestheticism 58-64 , 166-8
Alberti, Leon Baptista 208
Alma-Tadema, Sir Lawrence 149-50 , 195 , 219 , 240
American Society of Aesthetics 261 n. 22
André, Carl:
Equivalent VIII130
anti-aestheticism 47-50
Antoni, Janine 77
appreciation 221 , 240-1
Aquinas, St Thomas 166
architecture 210-11 ;
Baroque 142 ;
Gothic 142 ;
Renaissance 142
Aretino, Pietro:
I Modi150
Aristotle:
Poetics101 , 166 , 175 , 261 n. 16
Arnatt, Keith:
Trouser-Word Piece134
Arnold, Matthew 209
Arp, Hans 129
Art and Language movement 32 , 130 , 134 , 246 , 253
art brut 37
arte povera 32 , 30
Arthur, King 3
artistic expression 6-46
Auerbach, Frank 238 , 247-53 , 255 ;
Bacchus and Ariadne250 ;
3 Sketches from Titian's 'Bacchus and Ariadne'248-51
Auster, Paul:
Moon Palace99-100 , 259 n.1
Austin, John Langshaw 134
avant-garde 127-38

b
Bach, Johann Sebastian 25
Bacon, Francis 76 , 84 , 85 , 108 , 123 , 167-8 , 177-8 , 179 , 180 , 183 , 184-91 , 191-4 , 227 , 247 ;
Study after Velazquez's Portrait of Pope Innocent X190 ;
Study for the Head of a Screaming Pope189 ;
Three Studies for Figures at the Base of a Crucifixion184-9 , 186-8 , 192
Balzac, Honoré de:
Unknown Masterpiece231-3 , 262 n. 8
Barbizon school 239
Basquiat, Jean-Michel 220
Bauhaus 230
Baxandall, Michael:
Patterns of Intention261 n. 17
Beardsley, Aubrey 152
Beardsley, Monroe:
Aesthetics258, n. 20
beauty 47-98 , 210 ;
assumptions about 85 ;
dependent 55 , 88-90 ;

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations ix
  • Acknowledgements xi
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter One - Originality and Artistic Expression 6
  • Chapter Two - Beauty Resurrected 47
  • Chapter Three - Insight in Art 99
  • Chapter Four - Art and Morality 148
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