ジンメル著/レンブラント:芸術哲学論考(英訳)<br>Rembrandt : An Essay in the Philosophy of Art

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ジンメル著/レンブラント:芸術哲学論考(英訳)
Rembrandt : An Essay in the Philosophy of Art

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 177 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
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基本説明

Edited by Alan Scott and Helmut Staubmann. First published in 1916 in German, Rembrandt has never been translated into English.

Full Description


First published in 1916 in German, this important work has never been translated into English--until now. Simmel attacks such questions as "What do we see in a work of Art?" and "What do Rembrandt's portraits tell us about human nature?" This is a major work by a major thinker concerning one of the world's most important painters.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments                                    vii
Translators' Note ix
Editors' Introduction xi
Simmel's Preface to the First Edition of 1916 1 (4)
The Expression of Inner Life 5 (56)
Continuity of Life and the Movement of 5 (3)
Expression
Being and Becoming in a Portrait 8 (3)
The Series of Portraits and Drawings 11 (2)
Reserve and Openness of the Portrait 13 (3)
Figure
The Circle in the Depiction of a Person 16 (4)
The Animation of the Portrait 20 (4)
Subjective Realism and the Self-Portrait 24 (3)
Artistic Procreation 27 (5)
Life's Past in the Painting 32 (6)
The Representation of Movement 38 (4)
The Unity of the Composition 42 (5)
Clarity and Detailing 47 (4)
Life and Form 51 (10)
Individualization and the General 61 (50)
Type and Representation 61 (5)
Two Conceptions of Life 66 (4)
Notes on the Individuality of Form and 68 (2)
on Pantheism
Death 70 (9)
Character 79 (2)
Beauty and Perfection 81 (6)
The Individuality of the Renaissance and 87 (4)
of Rembrandt
Types of Generality 91 (5)
The Art of Old Age 96 (2)
The Aspatial Gaze 98 (2)
Mood 100(1)
Human Fate and the Heraclitean Cosmos 101(10)
Religious Art 111(44)
Objective and Subjective Religion in Art 111(2)
Piety 113(5)
Concrete Existence and Religious Life 118(4)
The Type of Unity in the Religious 122(2)
Paintings
Individual Religiosity, Mystique, and 124(6)
Calvinism
Inner Quality [Seelenhaftigkeit] 130(2)
Religious--Artistic Creation 132(3)
Light: Its Individuality and Immanence 135(7)
Excursus: What Do We See in a Work of Art? 142(9)
Dogmatic Contents 151(4)
In Conclusion 155(8)
The Capacity to Create and to Fashion 155(5)
Antitheses in Art 160(3)
Appendix Works of Art Mentioned in the Text 163(4)
with Their Dates and Current Locations
Notes 167(6)
References from Editors' Introduction and Notes 173(2)
Index of Names and Works 175