Modern Art and Modernism: A Critical Anthology

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Index B: Concepts and terms of reference
employed in critical writing on art of
the period
abstraction, 6-8, 59, 61, 63, 90, 93-103, 107, 111-2, 114, 123-7, 129-32, 135-42, 143-4, 145-8, 156, 159-64, 171-5
academic art, 9, 17-8, 23, 29, 51, 59, 126
aesthetic
attitude, 84, 86, 191-201
enjoyment, 159-160, 171-2, 209
excellence, 8, 198-9
experience, 67-74, 191-201
pleasure, 59, 191-2, 195, 199
sensibility, 124
aesthetics, 67-70, 77, 159-60, 184, 230, 249
alienation, 117, 120
antiquity, 150-5, 265-73
anarchy, 52, 54
architechtonics, 137
appreciation, 73
art collectors, 205-7
art critics/criticism, 10, 38, 39, 68, 115-8, 205, 249, 251-2, 259-69
art history, 11-13, 236-7, 243-8, 249-58, 285
art historical representation, 236-7, 286-9, 302
modernist, 285-302
social history of art, 250-8
l'art pour l'art, 220, 249, 250, 258
authenticity, 215, 218, 220
autonomy, 5-6, 159, 209, 213, 247
avant-garde, 93, 109-10, 250, 253-4, 257, 260 (see also: vanguard)
beauty, 17-8, 19, 23-5, 30-1, 33, 53, 54, 59, 69-70, 84-5, 145-8, 159, 160, 162-3, 168-9, 173, 175, 197, 199, 201, 220, 225
Bohemia, 254
bohemianism, 249-50
bourgeois ideology, 125, 277-8
bourgeoisie, 29, 168-9, 205, 208, 209-10, 215-6, 225, 249, 251, 257-8, 263-4, 297, 298-300
capitalism, 235-6, 251, 282-3
classical art, 24, 30, 124, 135
classicism/classical spirit, 52-5, 57, 58, 59, 60-1, 63, 90-1, 257
colour, 6, 7, 18, 31-2, 47-8, 61-2, 63, 69, 85-6, 98-101, 113-4, 131-2
communication, 179-88, 198
communism, 123-4, 125-7, 143-4, 209-11
Communist Party, 210
composition, 59
contemplation, 79-86, 90-1, 191, 209, 216, 287
contemporaneity, 142
convention / tradition in/of, 8-9, 10, 18, 23-4, 39, 40-1, 47-8, 52, 54, 63, 82, 93-103, 136-7, 149-56, 177-88, 219, 220, 228-31, 235, 252, 254-7, 261-73, 287
context, 186-8, 220
creation
absolute, 171-2
pure, 145-8, 175
crisis, 135-41
dandyism, 279-80
decoration, 85, 90, 101, 103, 107-8
deformation, 53, 60
degeneration, 135
democracy, 43, 142
denotation, 196-7
descriptive/illustrative art, 71-2
detachment, 124-5
dialectical development, 117-9, 123
discourses in/of, 259-73

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