About this title: In the early 1920s, the German art historian and psychiatrist, Hans Prinzhorn (1886-1933), amassed a remarkable collection of some 5,000 paintings, drawings, and collages made by patients in European psychiatric institutions. The Prinzhorn Collection, as shown in these pages, continues to do much to inspire continuing debate on the links between creativity, rationality, and illness. 155 color photos, 31 b&w photos.
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