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[PDF / Epub] ☂ Gothic Sculpture The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art Author Paul Binski – Contemporary-books.co In this beautifully illustrated study Paul Binski offers a new account of sculpture in England and northwestern Europe between c 1000 and 1500 examining Romanesue and Gothic art as a form of persuasioIn this beautifully illustrated study Paul Binski offers a new account of sculpture in England and northwestern Europe between c 1000 and 1500 examining Romanesue and Gothic art as a form of persuasion Binski applies rhetorical analysis to a wide variety of stone and wood sculpture from such places as Wells Westminster Compostela Reims Chartres and Naumberg He argues that medieval sculpture not only conveyed information but also created experiences for the subjects who formed its audience Without rejecting the intellectual ambitions of Gothic art Binski suggests that surface effects ornament color variety and discord served a variety of purposes In a critiue of recent affective and materialist accounts of sculpture and allied arts he proposes that all materials are shaped by human intentionality and artifice and have a poetic Exploring the imagery of growth change and decay as well as the powers of fear and pleasure Binski allows us to use the language and ideas of the Middle Ages in the close reading of artifacts.

In this beautifully illustrated study Paul Binski offers a new account of sculpture in England and northwestern Europe between c 1000 and 1500 examining Romanesue and Gothic art as a form of persuasion Binski applies rhetorical analysis to a wide variety of stone and wood sculpture from such places as Wells Westminster Compostela Reims Chartres and Naumberg He argues that medieval sculpture not only conveyed information but also created experiences for the subjects who formed its audience Without rejecting the intellectual ambitions of Gothic art Binski suggests that surface effects ornament color variety and discord served a variety of purposes In a critiue of recent affective and materialist accounts of sculpture and allied arts he proposes that all materials are shaped by human intentionality and artifice and have a poetic Exploring the imagery of growth change and decay as well as the powers of fear and pleasure Binski allows us to use the language and ideas of the Middle Ages in the close reading of artifacts.

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