Painting as an Art

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Thames and Hudson, 1998 - Painting - 384 pages
Presenting a vision of viewing art, this book attempts to unify the three passions of the author - philosophy, psychology, art - into a theory of the experience of art. It also presents the author's argument that in order to fully appreciate a work of art, critics must bring a much richer conception of human psychology than they have in the past.

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