Artists and Aesthetics in Spain
Tamesis, 1988 - 168 Seiten
Essays on: Giorgione and Boethius: The Consolation of Philosophy; The Escorial and Philip II; El Greco's Greek Phantasy and Toledo's Fantasia; Francisco Zurbarán and the claritas of Bright Colours; Velázquez and Francisco Sánchez: the precursor of Descartes; Goya and Benito Feijoo: the artist's liberation through the new sensibility; Pablo Picasso and Rubén Darío: the new world of rhythms.
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The Escorial and Philip II
Francisco Zurbarán and the claritas of Bright Colours
the precursor of Descartes
the artists liberation through the
the new world of rhythms
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