Wilhelm Robert Worringer was a German art historian known for his theories about abstract art Abstraction and Empathy (Abstraktion und Einfühlung, ); Form in the Gothic (Formprobleme der Gotik, ); Old German Book Illustration . Abstraktion und Einfühlung by Wilhelm Worringer; 16 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Art, Philosophy, Aesthetics, Abstract Art. Abstraktion Und Einfühlung Ein Beitrag Zur Stilpsychologie Die Philosophie Schopenhauers im Lichte der sprachlichen Abstraktion. Mit einem Hinweis auf die.

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English art critic Herbert Read celebrated Worringer as the “father of all modern art and intellectual things.

In other projects Wikisource. Ein Beitrag zur Stilpsychologie Abstraction and Empathy: Well, Everett is not much of a poet nor would he claim to be one, I’m guessing.

The nine stanzas 19 lines of the first part become seven lines on the previously quoted sentence. Return to Book Page. Paul added it Apr 12, The book provided an aesthetic and psychological basis for modernism, which was just emerging at the time.

A Contribution tothe Psychology of Stylecompleted inwas not conceivedas a manifesto of Expressionism, as has often been claimed. The same is true of a belief in transcendence. Inthe great media scholar and art psychologist Rudolf Arnheimwho had experienced s and early s German intellectual life, wrote that Worringer had elevated “non-realistic art to positive creation by the human spirit. In talks he gave in andhe distanced himself from Expressionism and the art that was popular when Abstraction and Empathy was first published.

In words that mimic process, the poems here attempt to reverse the canvas, taking perspective and skewing it to reflect the world around it, spiraling into the work as a way to get out of i If you said “cubism” fifteen times, you would be getting close to some of what Percival Everett, a famous novelist and gifted painter himself, is playing with in this new book of poems.


To buy into it is to merely substitute one word for another, to fall prey to a correspondence theory of truth. So, for example, the first p Well, Everett is not much of a poet nor would he claim to be one, I’m guessing.

Press Imi Knoebel at the Deutsche Guggenheim. Sign in to use this feature. But he systematized and interpreted the aesthetic experiences of art epochs in an innovative, even experimental way, going all the way back to prehistoric times.

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Abstraktion und Einfühlung by Percival Everett

The “complete etherealization of expression,” he said, had doomed this art movement over the years. Everything seems two-dimensional; three-dimensionality plays no role in such abstraction. Joey rated it did not like it Dec 16, Art Nouveau artists disrupted the city’s Bavarian coziness, as did the many erotomaniacs, eccentrics, socialists, and other abstrakktion idealists who cavorted in the city’s Schwabing district.

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Abstraktion und Einfühlung : ein Beitrag zur Stilpsychologie

Amar Baines marked it as to-read Dec 09, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Katherine rated it it was ok Sep 11, While artists and a einfylung, progressive middle class enthusiastically adopted his ideas, the academic world was piqued by them. His nud that “we sense ourselves in the forms of a work of art” led to a formula, “The aesthetic sense is an objectivized sense of the self.

Biannual Philosophical Journal 1 2: There are many things in it for us. Around this time, his interest in avant-garde art began to wane as his interest in German philosophy waxed. Paula marked it as to-read Nov 11, They are tripartite in form.


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Eye doe nut no. Wilhelm Robert Worringer 13 January in Aachen — 29 March in Munich was a German art historian known for his theories about abstract art and its relation to avant-garde movements such as German Expressionism. Full of pathos, he called for the rehabilitation of the major counterforce that had influenced so many periods.

Setup an account with your affiliations in order to access resources via your University’s proxy server Configure custom proxy use this if your affiliation does not provide a proxy. Sithembile marked it as to-read Jan 10, Subsequently, Worringer applied for numerous professorial positions, but was turned down each time, and the young scholar had to work as a private lecturer and traveling speaker in Bern and Bonn. From abstraltionWorringer lived in Munich. Very interesting and dense–but worth a dive into.

Stef marked it as to-read Dec 20, The article soon caught the attention of Munich publisher Reinhard Piper, who printed the study in Their color patches blossomed into abstract formations, their lines twisted into ecstatic ornamentation. Newsletter Stay up-to-date on contemporary art-with ArtMag. Adolf Uzarski, poster for a Worringer lecture,Reproduced in: Worringer gave modernism more than he received from it.

Lists with This Book. On Herder and Comtemporary Chinese Aesthetics. Worringer distinguished two fundamental orientations in art: Until his death inhe lived in Munich, during which time he gained increasing recognition abroad. He did not reveal whether it was the ethnological objects from distant cultures or the “cold plaster reproductions of medieval cathedral sculpture” that excited him.

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