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Studies in Iconology: Humanistic Themes in the Art of the Renaissance (1939)

by Erwin Panofsky

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Series: The Mary Flexner Lectures (book 7)

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In Studies in Iconology, the themes and concepts of Renaissance art are analysed and related to both classical and medieval tendencies.
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Un libro fondamentale nel panorama della critica storica delle arti figurative. In opposizione alla teoria formalistica l'autore pone in campo la sua teoria inerente l'iconologia, ossia lo studio dei significati che sono propri del soggetto prescelto nella raffigurazione artistica, cioè lo studio del contenuto storico, sociale, religioso, filosofico e culturale dui cui l'imagini sono dirette espressioni. Fondamentale. ( )
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