Modern Theories of Art, 2: From Impressionism to Kandinsky

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Abrams, H. M., 48
Alberti, Leone Battista, 28, 46, 112, 269; on color reflection, 58; on istoria, 82; on line and color, 324
Apollinaire, Guillaume, 276, 278, 279, 281; on subject matter in modern painting, 310–311
Aristotle, 109; on line and color, 323
Armenini, Giovanni Battista, 51
Arnheim, Rudolf, 84, 91
Bachofen, 217
Baldinucci, Filippo, 354
Basch, Victor, on sentiments sympathyques, 114
Baudelaire, Charles, 47, 54
Benjamin, Walter, 282
Bergson, Henri, 25–33
Berkeley, George, 135
Bernini, Gianlorenzo, 89
Blavatsky, Helena Petrovna, 300–304; on Wisdom religion, 359–360
Borinski, Karl, 75
Canova, 89
Carrière, Eugène, 20
Carus, Carl Gustav, 3
Castagnary, Jules, 49
Caylus, Count of, 245
Child, Theodore, 52–53
Condivi, Ascanio, 76
Constant, Benjamin, 21
Corot, 60
Darwin, Charles, 93–98, 99–100, 220, 221; attitude to art, 96; on beauty, 97
David, Jacques-Louis, 52, 269
da Vinci, Leonardo, 34, 36, 97, 110; on color and line, 324; eye as organ of cognition, 17; power of the image, 82; publication of his notes, 17
Degas, Edgar, 53
Delaroche, Achille, 264–265
Derain, André, 279
Descartes, Traité des passions, 94
Diderot, Denis, 3, 151
Dilthey, Wilhelm, 116–121
Durand-Ruel, 50, 60
Duranty, Edmond, 53, 57
Dürer, Albrecht, 161
Duret, Theodore, 47, 50, 51, 56, 60–61, 63, 64, 65
Durkheim, Émile, 226
Einstein, A., 35
Einstein, Carl, 282–287
Ermann, Adolf, 255–256
Fechner, Gustav, 55, 84–92
Ficino, Marsilio, 244–245; on artistic creativity, 123; on sense of touch, 126–127
Fiedler, Conrad, 122–132; follows Leonardo, 124
Frazer, James George, 224–225
Freud, Sigmund, 139, 175
Gauguin, Paul, 262–271
Gauthier, Théophile, 19
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang, 206; on color theory, 322–323; Farbenlehre, 335–337; on Generalbass, 317, 332; influence on Kandinsky, 322
Goldwater, Robert, 274
Gombrich, Ernst, 231
Goncourt, Edmond and Jules, 14–23; Journal, 14, 19


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