Dictionary of Subjects and Symbols in Art

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Harper & Row, 1979 - Reference - 349 pages
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"It is clearly written, well arranged, and can be read for its own sake as a compendium of the image-making faculty of Western man. I would recommend it strongly to anyone who wishes to increase his interest and pleasure in... art."--Kenneth Clark

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Recommended to me long ago by the Washington Post's art critic, Paul Richard, as something anyone who writes about meaning, symbols, cues, imagery might want to have on his desk. He was right. Read full review

Review: Dictionary of Subjects and Symbols in Art (Icon Editions)

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Recommended to me long ago by the Washington Post's art critic, Paul Richard, as something anyone who writes about meaning, symbols, cues, imagery might want to have on his desk. He was right. Read full review

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About the author (1979)

Dr. James A. Hall is a bestselling author and one of today's foremost authorities in the field of Jungian Analytical Psychology and clinical dream interpretation. A practicing psychiatrist and Jungian analyst in Dallas, Texas, he received his training from the University of Texas and the C.G. Jung Institute in Zurich, Switzerland.

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