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AbstractThis excerpt from Karel van Mander’s Schilder-boeck, originally published in Dutch in 1604, is a primary-source text on late sixteenth-century Italian artists. Van Mander provides the biographies of a range of Italian painters, including Federico Zuccaro, Federico Barocci, Jacopo Palma,...
AbstractThis text written by Félix Fénéon in 1886 is a perceptive and informative response to Impressionist works shown in various exhibitions in Paris in 1886. Fénéon mostly focuses on the eighth and final Impressionist exhibition, but also comments on paintings shown at the Fifth International...
AbstractRoberto Longhi’s article, published in 1913, is one of the first art historical defenses of Futurism as superior to Cubism. Longhi values the dynamic qualities of Futurist compositions and the ability to depict movement as opposed to the static and monochrome paintings of Cubism.
AbstractHubert Damisch’s groundbreaking article “Dubuffet or the Reading of the World” (1962) seeks to understand the development of Jean Dubuffet’s postwar work 1942–1962 from a phenomenologically informed perspective.
AbstractThe German art historian Herbert Molderings offers a lucid analysis of Walter Benjamin’s seminal essay “Little History of Photography” (1931), including its reception. Although it represented the first critical study of photography in the German-speaking world, it was not until the...
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