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Art, abstract

The nearest precedent of the category and its label is the use, from about 1870, of the term 'abstract music' for music without lyrics or programme. Until late in the nineteenth century, use of the vocabulary of abstraction in relation to the visual arts was rare and predominantly pejorative. For example, Gustave Courbet in ...

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Art, performing

n the case of works created for performance, artists (such as playwrights, composers, choreographers and authors) produce either instructions (in oral form, or in the form of a script or score) that performers execute or a model instance that they emulate in delivering instances of the works. A work for performance is complete when its...

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Understanding of Art

Some, including Kendall Walton (1970), have argued that evaluation and understanding are related, since in order to make a proper evaluation of a work of art it is sometimes necessary to understand to which category of art it belongs, a view also argued by Richard Wollheim, and vehemently denied byCroce in his attack on the...

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Value of Art

But although art has many kinds of value, within the theory of art one particular value is fundamental, namely the value that is distinctive of art, a work of art's distinctive value, the value of a work of art as a work of art, or, as I shall call it, its artistic value. Just as...

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Artistic expression

In the case of narrative or depictive works, it might be appropriate to regard the work as a communication from a fictional narrator or viewer, rather than from its artist. In line with critical practice, such an approach more readily tolerates the multiplicity of legitimate interpretations and the attribution of ideas and meanings to the...

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Beaux-Arts: Les Fauves

Au Salon d'automne de 1905, le critique d'art Louis Vauxcelles aperçut un petit bronze du sculpteur Marque, de facture toute classique et contrastant avec les tableaux aux teintes flamboyantes de Matisse, Derain, Rouault, Vlaminck. Il ne put s'empêcher de s'écrier : «Donatello dans la cage aux fauves !» La presse s'empara de l'expression : on parla désormais du...

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Beaux-Arts: l'art abstrait

«J'appelle art abstrait, a déclaré l'exégète du mouvement, Michel Seuphor, tout art qui ne contient aucun rappel, aucune évocation de la réalité, que cette réalité soit ou ne soit pas le point de départ de l'artiste.» Procédant du cubisme, et parfois du fauvisme, l'art abstrait, qui s'oppose à la peinture dite figurative, fait son apparition à la veille...

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Beaux-Arts: le surréalisme

Le mouvement littéraire et artistique du surréalisme est né au lendemain de la première guerre mondiale : il ambitionnait de remettre en cause les valeurs fondamentales ébranlées par le conflit. D'une certaine manière, il s'inscrit dans la lignée du cubisme et du futurisme nés avant 1914, tout en recouvrant et en dépassant le dadaïsme, apparu lui aussi après...

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Beaux-Arts: le cubisme

Le cubisme est la révolution esthétique et technique réalisée par Picasso, Braque, Léger et Juan Gris de 1907 à 1914, à laquelle contribuèrent Derain, Matisse et des artistes d'avant-garde, soutenus par les poètes Guillaume Apollinaire, André Salmon, Max Jacob. Le mot est né d'une remarque de Matisse devant un paysage de Braque et repris par Louis Vauxcelles en...

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Value of Art

A plausible way of conceiving of artistic value emerges from two considerations, the first concerning the importance of understanding a work for the viability of a verdict on its artistic value that rests on that understanding, the second concerning the way in which works of art matter to us when we value them as art. The first consideration...

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Artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI) tries to make computer systems (of various kinds) do what minds can do: interpreting a photograph as depicting a face; offering medical diagnoses; using and translating language; learning to do better next time. AI has two main aims. One is technological: to build useful tools, which can help humans in activities of various kinds, or...

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Artistic expression

Many kinds of psychological state can be expressed in or by works of art. But it is the artistic expression of emotion that has figured most prominently in philosophical discussions of art. Emotion is expressed in pictorial, literary and other representational works of art by the characters who are depicted or in other ways presented in the works....

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Artistic forgery

Forgery in art occurs when something is presented as a work of art with a history it does not actually have. Typically this involves a false claim about the producer's identity. Forgeries are most usually works in the style of the artist whose work they falsely claim to be, while a forgery that is a copy of an...

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Artistic interpretation

Forgery in art occurs when something is presented as a work of art with a history it does not actually have. Typically this involves a false claim about the producer's identity. Forgeries are most usually works in the style of the artist whose work they falsely claim to be, while a forgery that is a copy of an...

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Artistic interpretation

Interpretation aims to advance understanding by providing explanations of various kinds. In art, it should aim to maximize our understanding and appreciation of a work, and enable us to grasp its artistic values. When we interpret an art work we may explain why its elements are placed in their contexts, for example, to convey a certain meaning or...

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Artistic style

Most of the theories of style discussed so far have considered style from the historian's point of view. It is, for example, a third-person viewpoint which treats Beethoven as working within certain constraints and as making certain choices. A different approach has been taken by Richard Wollheim (Lang 1987), who argues that there is an important theoretical distinction...

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Artistic taste

Taste has been variously understood as (1) the capacity to take pleasure in certain artistic and natural objects, (2) the capacity to identify the constituent elements in such objects, and (3) the capacity to discern certain special properties. Taste in sense (1) has been a topic since the early eighteenth century, culminating in the work of Hume and...

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Artist's intention

W.K. Wimsatt and Monroe C. Beardsley's famous paper 'The Intentional Fallacy' (1946) began one of the central debates in aesthetics and literary theory of the last half-century. By describing as a fallacy the belief that critics should take into account the author's intentions when interpreting or evaluating a piece of literature, they were rejecting an entrenched assumption of...

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Barth, Karl

Karl Barth was the most prominent Protestant theologian of a generation shaken by the traumatic experience of the First World War and concerned with giving Christian theology a new grounding. He took a creative part in the struggle of the German Church against National Socialism, and, after the Second World War, exerted a worldwide influence that reached beyond the bounds of...

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Barthes, Roland

In the field of contemporary literary studies, the French essayist and cultural critic Roland Barthes cannot be easily classified. His early work on language and culture was strongly influenced by the intellectual currents of existentialism and Marxism that were dominant in French intellectual life in the mid-twentieth century. Gradually his work turned more to semiology (a general theory of signs), which...

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Bartolus of Sassoferrato (or Saxoferrato)

The Bartolist school of civil lawyers or `commentators' dominated university law teaching from the fourteenth century. Challenged by the humanists in the sixteenth century, they remained influential in practice. Bartolus excelled among them in the ability to devise solutions to practical problems and provide clear and workable doctrines applying the civil law texts to legal and political problems. Born in Sassoferrato, Bartolus...

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Baumgarten, Alexander Gottlieb

The German philosopher Baumgarten is known primarily for his introduction of the word `aesthetics' to describe the affects of art and nature, which in the course of the seventeenth century replaced the older theory of beauty. Baumgarten derived the term from the Greek aisthanomai, which he equated with the Latin sentio (1739: 79). He understood it to designate the outer, external...

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L'art se réduit-il à la technique ?

La technique est l'une des grandes composantes du savoir-faire artisanal et industriel. Elle est le produit de l'ensemble de l'histoire de l'humanité, chaque peuple et chaque époque ayant apporté ses compétences. L'activité de l'artiste est donc au-delà de la simple habilité et du savoir-faire. De ce fait nous pouvons dire que l'art et la technique possèdent un caractère commun,...

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Dans l'article "Philosophe" de l'Encyclopédie, DUMARSAIS propose cette définition: L'esprit philosophique est donc un esprit d'observation et de justesse, qui rapporte tout à ses véritables principes; mais ce n'est pas l'esprit seul que le philosophe cul

xxx ?||Le mot « philosophe » est un de ces vocables dont il serait certainement passionnant d'étudier de près les différentes significations. Le philosophe, étymologiquement, c'est l'ami de la sagesse. Chaque fois qu'une époque applique ce terme à certains de ses penseurs, elle révèle par là même sa conception de la sagesse : connaissance des...

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BAUDELAIRE écrit dans son grand article sur Victor Hugo : Quand on se figure ce qu'était la poésie française avant qu'il apparût, et quel rajeunissement elle a subi depuis qu'il est venu, quand on imagine le peu qu'elle eût été s'il n'était pas venu, com

Il nous est difficile de nous rendre compte exactement du rayonnement exercé par Victor Hugo sur ses contemporains. Son génie torrentiel, qui n'est pas sans traîner quelque boue, allait-il défier le temps? L'article de BAUDELAIRE sur HUGO, paru dans la Revue fantaisiste, le 15 juin 1861, prend donc pour nous la valeur d'un document : cri d'admiration d'un poète...

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