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Emil Nolde
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Ever since antiquity philosophers have pointed to the supposed divine character of music and following Pythagoras s discovery of the mathematical basis of the musical scale have posited a link between the mathematical order of music the physical order of the universe and the moral order of human society Both practising artists and moralists came to believe that by demonstrating an analogy with music they could claim a dignity and value for their art whether painting architecture or sculpture that it might otherwise lack music believed to enjoy by comparison with the visual arts order to which visual arts should aspire But on what evidence was this belief in the inherently systematic character of music based and in practical terms how might visual art seek to emulate any such divine order or system In what way might Gothic cathedrals have been based on systems of harmonic proportion How did Poussin s search for a compositional principle derived from antique modes in music resemble or differ from Palladio s attempts to embody musical harmonies in architecture And how did each artist conceive of the sense and value of such analogies first time Professor Vergo makes direct and detailed comparisons between musical and pictorial practices in the long period covered by the book He also provides a broad analysis of changes in the character of the analogies drawn at different times using in his analyses critical and philosophical sources as well as evidence about artistic and musical practice practising artists and musicians to students of cultural history and those concerned with aesthetic theory and interdisciplinary studies, No description available, With essays by Charles Saumarez Smith Ludmilla Jordanova Paul Greenhalgh Colin Sorensen Nick Merriman Stephen Bann Philip Wright Norman Palmer and Peter Vergo br br A lively and controversial symposium thought provoking i The Sunday Times i Paperbacks of the Year br br The essays are all distinguished by their topicality and lucidity i Museum i i News i br br A welcome addition to the library of Museology i Art Monthly i br br The New Museology is essential reading for all those seeking to understand the current debate in museum ideologies i International Journal of Museum Management and Scholarship i, A sequel to Phaidon s i That Divine Order i which surveyed the relationship between music and the visual arts from ancient times until the mid eighteenth century i The Music of Painting i continues this fascinating study in the period covering the emergence and development of Modernism c Composers and artists repeatedly borrowed from one another yet their motives have seldom been explored Professor Peter Vergo provides a broad analysis of changes in the character of the analogies drawn at different times using in his analysis critical and philosophical sources as well as evidence about artistic and musical practice br br Music has inspired some of the most progressive art of our time from the abstract painting of Wassily Kandinsky to the mid century experimental films of Oskar Pischinger The most complete examination of this phenomenon to date i The Music of Painting i features major works of art plus related documentation focusing on abstract and mixed media art forms and their connections to musical forms as varied as classical and jazz