Key Writers on Art: From Antiquity to the Nineteenth Century

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INDEX

a
Académie Royale 100 , 101 ;
see also Salons
Addison, Joseph 118 , 144
aestheticism:
Tolstoy's attack on 218 , 222
aesthetics:
Burke's theory 144 , 148 ;
eighteenth-century ideas 144 , 145 , 153 , 163 ;
Goncourt brothers 207 , 211 ;
Hegel 161 ;
idealist 16 ;
Kant's idea of judgement 139 -40;
Kierke-gaard's critique 174 -5, 176 -7;
Lessing's theory 149 , 151 , 152 -3;
Libri Carolini26 ;
Nietzsche's vision 236 -8, 240 ;
Pater's criticism 230 , 233 -4;
Riegl's ideal 246 ;
Romantic 147 , 148 , 157 , 159 ;
Schiller 155 -9;
Schopenhauer's ideas 168 -9;
Shaftesbury 111 -13;
Taine's approach 213 , 214 ;
twelfth-century schools 29 , 31 -2
Agrippa, Heinrich Cornelius 84
Alberti, Leon Battista 5 , 40 , 51-8,60 , 64 , 65 , 79 , 98 , 186 ;
De pictura/Della pintura48 -9, 72 , 73 -4
Alcuin 22-8
Alhazen 48
alienation: Marx 180
allegorical painting:
Lessing's condemnation of 151
allegory concept:
Shaftesbury 113
Allingham, Helen 193
Amelot, Michel 109
analogy:
medieval aesthetic 7
anatomy:
Florentine approach to study of 70 ;
Leonardo's studies 60 , 61
ancient Greece 150 , 153 , 156 -7;
see also Greek art;
Greek sculpture
Angelico, Fra 190
Angeloni, Francesco 96
antiquarianism:
Bellori 95 -6;
Lessing 149 ;
Winckelmann 127 -8, 129 -30, 149 -50
Apelles 46 , 54
Aquinas, St Thomas 33 , 34-8,83
Arab world:
influence 35
archaeology:
studies 127 , 128
architecture:
Alberti's model 51 ;
Bellori's evaluation 98 ;
Hegel's ideas 163 ;
iconographical motifs 243 ;
Michelangelo's conception 68 ;
Morris's concern for buildings 227 -8;
Ruskin's beliefs 192 ;
Schopenhauer's artistic hierarchy 170 , 170 -1;
twelfth-century churches 29 - 30 ;
see also church architecture;
Gothic architecture
Aretino, Pietro 70-6,81
Aristotle 4 , 7-13 , 35 , 49 , 83 , 84 , 86 , 112
Armenini, Giovanni:
De' veri precetti83
Arnold, Matthew 230 , 231
art:
Aquinas's definition 36 ;
association with Divine 32 ;
Baudelaire's understanding 202 -3;
Burckhardt's idea 186 -7;
concept 3 , 36 ;
Goncourts' view 208 , 211 ;
Hegel's forms of 163 , 166 , 174 ;
and Hegel's spirituality 157 ;
Kierkegaard's writings 173 -4, 177 ;
Morris's beliefs 223 , 226 , 228 ;
Pater's catholicity of definitions 231 , 234 ;
sacred role 21 ;

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