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Vision And Art Updated And Expanded Edition

Author: Margaret S. Livingstone
Publisher: Harry N. Abrams
ISBN: 9781419706929
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A Harvard neurobiologist explains how vision works, citing the scientific origins of artistic genius and providing coverage of such topics as optical illusions and the correlation between learning disabilities and artistic skill.

Art And Visual Perception

Author: Rudolf Arnheim
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520243835
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Gestalt theory and the psychology of visual perception form the basis for an analysis of art and its basic elements

Eye And Brain

Author: Richard L. Gregory
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 1400866863
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Since the publication of the first edition in 1966, Eye and Brain has established itself worldwide as an essential introduction to the basic phenomena of visual perception. Richard Gregory offers clear explanations of how we see brightness, movement, color, and objects, and he explores the phenomena of visual illusions to establish principles about how perception normally works and why it sometimes fails. Illusion continues to be a major theme in the book, which provides a comprehensive classification system. There are also sections on what babies see and how they learn to see, on motion perception, the relationship between vision and consciousness, and on the impact of new brain imaging techniques.

Evolution S Witness

Author: Ivan R. Schwab
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0195369742
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"The evolution of the eye spans 3.75 billion years from single cell organisms with eyespots to Metazoa with superb camera style eyes. At least ten different ocular models have evolved independently into myriad optical and physiological masterpieces. The story of the eye reveals evolution's greatest triumph and sweetest gift. This book describes its journey"--Provided by publisher.

Colour

Author: Trevor Lamb
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521499637
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Although we experience colour all the time, do we really understand colour? Three hundred years ago Isaac Newton showed that white light is composed of all the colours of the spectrum yet does this provide us with insight into our own personal experience of colour sensation? To answer such questions on the nature of colour this volume gathers the combined knowledge of physics, biology, history and art. It provides an exciting exploration of colour, from the diverse perspectives of experts in eight different fields of study. Their essays take us on a journey both through the sciences and the world of fine art, and they combine to give a full and rewarding view of colour.

The Eye Of The Artist

Author: Michael F. Marmor
Publisher: Mosby Incorporated
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Where medical science and artistic philosophy meet, you will find The Eye of the Artist. It offers a collection of essays and artworks that show the constraints which human vision places upon artistic creation - and the triumph of artistic talent over human vulnerability.

The Power Of The Center

Author: Rudolf Arnheim
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520050150
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The tension between two systems for understanding and picturing space, the concentric and the Cartesian, is regarded by the author as the key to composition in painting, sculpture and architecture

Paris City Of Art

Author: Jean-Marie Pérouse de Montclos
Publisher: Vendome Press
ISBN: 9780865651951
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A fascinating, lavishly illustrated history of the art and architecture of Paris has been expanded to encompass more than eight hundred illustrations and detailed descriptions to capture the diverse beauty of Notre Dame's Gothic splendor, the French Impressionist paintings housed at the Musée d'Orsay, the Louvre, new architectural landmarks, and designs for works in progress.

Reductionism In Art And Brain Science

Author: Eric Kandel
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231542089
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Are art and science separated by an unbridgeable divide? Can they find common ground? In this new book, neuroscientist Eric R. Kandel, whose remarkable scientific career and deep interest in art give him a unique perspective, demonstrates how science can inform the way we experience a work of art and seek to understand its meaning. Kandel illustrates how reductionism—the distillation of larger scientific or aesthetic concepts into smaller, more tractable components—has been used by scientists and artists alike to pursue their respective truths. He draws on his Nobel Prize-winning work revealing the neurobiological underpinnings of learning and memory in sea slugs to shed light on the complex workings of the mental processes of higher animals. In Reductionism in Art and Brain Science, Kandel shows how this radically reductionist approach, applied to the most complex puzzle of our time—the brain—has been employed by modern artists who distill their subjective world into color, form, and light. Kandel demonstrates through bottom-up sensory and top-down cognitive functions how science can explore the complexities of human perception and help us to perceive, appreciate, and understand great works of art. At the heart of the book is an elegant elucidation of the contribution of reductionism to the evolution of modern art and its role in a monumental shift in artistic perspective. Reductionism steered the transition from figurative art to the first explorations of abstract art reflected in the works of Turner, Monet, Kandinsky, Schoenberg, and Mondrian. Kandel explains how, in the postwar era, Pollock, de Kooning, Rothko, Louis, Turrell, and Flavin used a reductionist approach to arrive at their abstract expressionism and how Katz, Warhol, Close, and Sandback built upon the advances of the New York School to reimagine figurative and minimal art. Featuring captivating drawings of the brain alongside full-color reproductions of modern art masterpieces, this book draws out the common concerns of science and art and how they illuminate each other.

The Tate Guide To Modern Art Terms

Author: Simon Wilson
Publisher: Tate
ISBN: 9781854377500
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A comprehensive resource that provides readers with an understanding and appreciation of modern and contemporary art.