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Evolution of Modern Painting
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A. C. Bradley absolutely beautiful abstract abstract art activity actual aesthetic archaeologist archaic phase archaism art-object art's artist aware BRYN MAWR COLLEGE century color complete concept decorative definite demands drapery eagle effect emotional ence environment experience fact feeling field figures formal function gestalt Giotto Greek human illusion image-likeness imitation implications impressionism judgment of taste Kant kind landscape lecture limited linear logical material mathematical matter meaning ment mental mind modern mood nature non-aesthetic organism painter painting person phenomenal object physical physiognomic characters picture Plato possible primitive problem produce psychology of art pure realistic reality reference relation relationship religious representation representational art requiredness sculpture sense sensuous shapes solid spatial spectator stimulus subject-matter symbols task tation technical evolution technique theory of form things tion true uncon unity universe of discourse valid visual Vitruvius