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sacred and profane in symbolist art

Art Gallery of Ontario

sacred and profane in symbolist art

[exhibition]

by Art Gallery of Ontario

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Published by Associazione Amici Torinesi dell"Arte Centemporanea in Turin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Symbolism in art

  • Edition Notes

    Exhibition. Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, November 1-26, 1969.

    Statementorganized by Luigi Carluccio.
    ContributionsCarliccio, Luigi
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsN7740 A7
    The Physical Object
    Paginationlx, 301 p. :
    Number of Pages301
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18694914M

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      Rather, in the study of art history there is a general delineation between sacred art, which deals with religious subjects, and profane art, which deals with secular subjects. It can get confusing however, when something which at first glance might seem to fall into one category is, in fact, of the other.   The Paperback of the Discourse on Sacred and Profane Images by Gabriele Paleotti at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Art Newspaper “[This book] will be an asset not only to scholars but to lay readers in the field of art history.”— using elements that had served him well as an avant-garde symbolist painter: visual Author: Gabriele Paleotti.

    trate and define this opposition between sacred and profane. Introduction 11 WHEN THE SACRED MANIFESTS ITSELF Man becomes aware of the sacred because it itself, shows itself, as something wholly differ- ent from the profane. To designate the act of manifes- &on of the sacred, we have proposed the term hiero- phony. The Sacred, The Profane, and The Spirit While we may like to think that they no longer exist in today’s United States, cultural tensions are still overwhelmingly present. One example of such tension in the recent history of the United States is beautifully illustrated in Anne Fadiman’s book, The Spirit Catches YouAuthor: Kristina Sinks.


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