Art, Artists and Society: Origins of a Modern Dilemma ; Painting in England and France, 1750-1850

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Notes

ONE
1
For the "physiognomic fallacy" in the history of art, see E. H. Gombrich, "On Physiognomic Perception", Daedalus, Winter, 1960, pp. 222-41.
2
See, for instance, Hans Sedlmayr, Art in Crisis, tr. by Brian Battershaw ( London: Hollis and Carter, 1957), pp. 5, 177.
3
See particularly Rudolf Arnheim, Art and Visual Perception ( Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1957).
4
For these and other theories, see Meyer Schapiro, "Style", Anthropology Today, prepared under the chairmanship of A. L. Kroeber ( Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1953).
5
Herbert Read, A Concise History of Modern Painting ( London: Thames and Hudson, 1959), p. 50.
6
For criticisms of these writings, see Richard Wollheim, "Sociological Ex- planation of the Arts: Some Distinctions", Proceedings of the Third Inter- national Congress on Aesthetics ( Turin, Italy, 1957), pp. 404-10; E. H. Gombrich , Review of Arnold Hauser "Social History of Art", Art Bulletin, XXXV, March 1953, pp. 79-84.
7
Arnold Hauser, The Social History of Art (2 vols.; New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1951), vol. II, pp. 530-34.
8
Frederick Antal, "Reflections on Classicism and Romanticism", The Burlington Magazine, 66, April 1935, pp. 159-68.
9
"Toward a Theory of Creativity", Etc., XI, summer 1954, pp. 249-60.
10
Bernice T. Eiduson, "Artist and Nonartist: a Comparative Study", Journal of Personality, 26, March 1958, pp. 13-28.
11
Twenty-third Lecture, Introductory Lectures.

TWO
1
E. J. Delécluze, Journal, 1824-28, ed. by Robert Baschet ( Paris: Editions Bernard Grasset, 1948), pp. 213-14.
2
Ibid., pp. 213-14.
3
Francis D. Klingender, Art and the Social Revolution ( London: Noel Carrington, 1947), pp. 39-55; Alfred de Foville, La Transformation des moyens de transport et ses consiquences eéconomiques et sociales ( Paris; Librairie Guillaumin et Cie., 1880), pp. 5-20.
4
Michel Florisoone, "Constable and the 'Massacres de Scio' by Delacroix", Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, 20, 1957, pp. 180-85.
5
Léon Rosenthal, Du Romantisme au réalisme ( Paris: Librairie Renouard, 1914), pp. 165-71.
6
C. R. Leslie, Memoirs of the Life of John Constable ( London: Phaidon Press, Ltd., 1951), p. 95.

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  • One - Introduction 1
  • Two - Rebels & Revolutions 8
  • Three - Art as an Institution 23
  • Four - The Language of the Feelings 49
  • Five - Style in Art ∧ Life 77
  • Six - Metamorphoses of the Hero 99
  • Seven - Love & Death 123
  • Eight - Conclusion 147
  • Chronology of Artists 161
  • Notes 163
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