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As a result, Riegl’s stock declined, particularly in the American academy, and iconography was seen as a more responsible method. The two books, taken together, were among the first to consider the aesthetic characteristics of late antique art on their own terms, and not as representing the collapse of classical standards.
Open Preview See a Problem? At the turn of the twentieth aloois, Riegl had a significant impact on Otto Rank ‘s seminal work, Art doman Artist. Its terminology was introduced to English-language scholarship in particular by Paul Jacobsthal ‘s work on Celtic art. Ross Arg marked it as to-read Oct 08, Carla Mary rated it it was amazing Nov 02, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
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Mariela Alvarez rated it liked it Jul 19, Grundlegungen zu einer Geschichte der Ornamentik Problems of style: The most complete bibliographies of Riegl’s work are found in K. Here all the main elements of Riegl’s mature conception of the Kunstwollen are clearly expressed: Instead, Regl attempted to describe a continuous and autonomous “history of ornament. Guzel marked it as to-read Apr 11, Lists with This Book.
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Books by Alois Riegl. Blake alos it as to-read Jun 15, Inon the basis of the StilfragenRiegl was awarded an extraordinarius position at the University of Vienna, where he began to lecture on Baroque arta period that was at the time considered merely as the decadent end of the Renaissance. Ani rated it liked it May 30, In retrospect a number of tendencies of Riegl’s work seem to have alous the concerns of contemporary art history: Riegl’s Stilfragen remained influential throughout the twentieth century.
Late Roman Art Industry by Alois Riegl
Want to Read saving…. Man is not only a passive, sensory recipient, but also a desiring, active being who wishes to interpret the world in such a way varying from one people, region, or epoch to another that it most clearly and obligingly meets his desires. Gilberto Franc marked it as to-read Jan 03, Huang marked it as indjstry Feb 28, In certain cases, such as that of the controversial Hans Sedlmayrthis led to unrestrained formalism.
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Ellery marked it as to-read Feb 25, Rank recognized the will-to-art as parallel to an idea he had been developing on creative urge industyr personality development. The Vienna School reader: Wilhelm Worringer likewise mentions his debt to Riegl in terms of art theory, and what Worringer calls, “the urge to abstraction.
Saugata Bhaduri marked it as to-read Dec 02, Riegl’s work allowed Rank to apply the general problem of will to artistic expression across cultures where Rank found consistency for the individual will in a social ideology. In Riegl published a work that combined his interest in neglected, “transitional,” periods with his endeavor to explain the relationship between style and cultural history. All human will is directed toward a satisfactory shaping of man’s relationship to the world, within and beyond the individual.
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His dissertation was a study of the Jakobskirche in Regensburgwhile his habilitationcompleted inaddressed medieval calendar manuscripts. Absolutely horrific translation of one of art history’s masterpieces. Ernst Gombrich drew heavily on the Stilfragen lae, which he called “the one great book ever written about the history of ornament”,  in his own study of The sense of order. Alexander marked it as to-read Jun 05,