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by Gregory Minissale

Images of Thought: Visuality in Islamic India 1550-1750 download ebook
ISBN:
1847180736
ISBN13:
978-1847180735
Author:
Gregory Minissale
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Cambridge Scholars Publishing; Unabridged edition edition (November 1, 2006)
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270 pages
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Images of Thought is a major, scholarly and provocative contribution not only to our understanding of cultural individuality but it offers important examples of how to engage in transcultural understanding and ways of seeing. Gregory Minissale completed his PhD in art history at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.

Gregory Minissale completed his PhD in art history at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.

Przeczytaj go w aplikacji Książki Google Play na komputerze albo na urządzeniu z Androidem lub iOS. Pobierz, by czytać offline. With many illustrations and diagrams, Images of Thought provides easy to follow ways in which to read Indian, Persian and European paintings in terms of composition, proportion, colour symbolism and references to myth.

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Gregory Minissale’s book Images of Thought circumscribes its investigation in the time frame of 1550-1750 in. .

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Images of Thought is an entirely new approach to understanding non-Western art. Supported by a wide reading in anthropology, theology and philosophy, it provides an intellectual context for reading .

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To the memory of Ameneh Azam Ali, Saleem Aslam and Antonio Minissale

Images of Thought: Visuality in Islamic India 1550-1750, by Gregory Minissale This book first published 2006. The present binding first published 2009. To the memory of Ameneh Azam Ali, Saleem Aslam and Antonio Minissale. Images of Thought isolates a number of formal principles found consistently in Indian and Persian paintings and tries to find out why they are there, and what they might have communicated to the viewer. These visual patterns form an important part of aesthetic response.

By Gregory Minissale. Nicola Glaubitz - 2011 - In Renate Brosch, Ronja Tripp & Nina Jürgens (ed., Moving Images, Mobile Viewers: 20th Century Visuality. William M. Hawley - 2012 - The European Legacy 17 (4):545 - 546. Literary Suspensions of Perception : Mobile Viewers and Moving Images in Dorothy Richardson's Pilgrimage. Lit. Moving Images, Mobile Viewers : Conceptualising Ways of Seeing in the Context of Mobility. Renate Brosch - 2011 - In Renate Brosch, Ronja Tripp & Nina Jürgens (ed.

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Images of Thought is an entirely new approach to understanding non-Western art. Supported by a wide reading in anthropology, theology and philosophy, it provides an intellectual context for reading the visual language of Indian and Persian miniature art. By decoding artistic conventions, and with searching visual analyses, the book attempts to transform our understanding of art as an illustration of history to art as a reflection of the intellect. Images of Thought should be of interest to the general reader, students and scholars of art and critical theory, as it shows that one of the world s richest painting traditions can offer important insights into issues of visual perception and intellectual production generally.