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By Arnheim, Gestalt and Art is the first book-length discussion of the powerful thinking of the psychologist of art, Rudolf Arnheim.
By proceeding in a direction from general to specific and then proceeding through dynamic processes as they unfold in time creativity, development, etc. Not content to simply summarize Arnheim's theory, however, Arnheim, Art, and Gestalt goes on to enrich and occasionally question Arnheim's findings with the contemporary results of gestalt-theoretical research from around the world, but especially in Italy and Germany. The result is a workable overview of the psychology of art with bridges built to contemporary research, making Arnheim's approach living and sustainable. Published October 1st by Springer first published January 1st To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Semiophrenic rated it liked it Jul 10, Hassan Hayastani rated it liked it Dec 09, Siddartha added it Jan 19, Daniele Savasta added it Oct 05, LPenting marked it as to-read Jul 01, Connie Weng marked it as to-read Jan 01, Senmes marked it as to-read Feb 13, Anna Maria anonimia marked it as to-read Feb 21, MC marked it as to-read Nov 16, Hilda died shortly after arriving in California and is buried in Berkeley, California. When Arnheim visited UC Berkeley Press to discuss publications, he visited this last remainder of his biological family—his nephew, Michael.
Eve Eichwald studied art and art history, and remembers a note from Arnheim that began, "So, you are my niece. Arnheim's grand-nephew, Peter Eichwald, studied English and is a family nurse practitioner.
Michael Eichwald had a very close relationship with his uncle, Rudolf Arnheim, particularly during and after his own college years in the s. In his retirement Michael Eichwald MD is a photographer and remains much influenced by his uncle. A Psychology of the Creative Eye. Arnheim was invited to join Harvard University as Professor of the Psychology of Art in , and he stayed there for six years.
Although Art and Visual Perception: A Psychology of the Creative Eye took fifteen months to complete, he felt that he essentially wrote it in one long sitting. A Study of Composition in the Visual Arts , Arnheim addresses the interaction of art and architecture on concentric and grid spatial patterns.
Arnheim believed that most people have their most productive ideas in their early twenties.
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