Varieties of Visual Experience
The first part of this book explains the personal, social and physical functions of art. The second part is the style of objective accuracy, formal order, emotion and fantasy. The third part on the elements of visual, design and aesthetics. Fourth part: painting, sculpture, architecture, photography and images in motion. The final part explains the theory of art criticism and critical performance.
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chapter two THE SOCIAL FUNCTIONS OF ART
chapter three THE PHYSICAL FUNCTIONS OF ART
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