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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Meyer Schapiro; Linda Seidel
|Description:||l, 227 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||The rebirth of monumental sculpture in the West: disappearance and rebirth --
Field, figure, and frame (i) --
Field, figure, and frame (ii) --
The programs of imagery (i): themes of action and themes of state --
The programs of imagery (ii): tradition, new reality, and nature --
The human figure --
Animal imagery in Romanesque sculpture.
|Series Title:||Charles Eliot Norton lectures.|
|Responsibility:||Meyer Schapiro ; edited with an introduction by Linda Seidel.|
"In editing the lectures, Seidel closely followed the recordings of the originals. Sentences are rendered as Schapiro spoke them, affording readers a unique opportunity to experience the legendary teacher as he rarely appears in print: forming his thoughts spontaneously, interrupting himself to develop related ideas, and responding to the audience's interests by introducing humorous asides. Nonetheless, these lectures are carefully constructed, demonstrating Schapiro's commitment to the originality and value of artistic production and affirming his lifelong belief in artists' engagement with their cultures. Amply illustrated with many key works and augmented with Seidel's introduction, this volume will delight students and scholars of art history."--Jacket.
"In reading these pages it seems possible to hear Schapiro's own voice, even his laughter or the applause of the audience. It is almost like listening to a recording. . . .[Schapiro] saw the