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Listening to What you See (Hardback)

Selected Contributions on Dutch Art

Hobbies & Lifestyle > Art > Art History

Imprint: Ad Ilissvm
Pages: 326
Illustrations: 210
ISBN: 9781915401083
Published: 15th January 2024
Casemate UK Academic


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This volume brings together over 25 scholarly essays, reviews and shorter contributions by Peter Hecht, preceded by an introduction on what he thinks his life in art history has taught him. The title indicates what his collected papers have in common: together they represent an attitude of listening to what you see. Hecht is very suspicious of applying a method and believes that looking at an image until it speaks is essential to understanding it. Also, he has done much to prove that it not only pays to study the subject of a picture as part of an iconographical tradition, but that one should study it within the oeuvre of the artist who made it as well.

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