Alois Riegl (1858 1905) made pioneering contributions to the history of late Roman, seventeenth-century Dutch, and Baroque art. His impact on scholars, however, extended beyond art-historical circles into the fields of art theory, psychology, sociology, literary criticism, and philosophy. Margaret Olin utilizes extensive archival material and the entire range of Riegl s published writings to locate his theory of representation in the Viennese and wider European intellectual context of the late nineteenth century. Riegl is ...

Forms of Representation 1992, Penn State University Press

ISBN-13: 9780271007779

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