About Michael Baxandall by Adrian RifkinAbout Michael Baxandall by Adrian Rifkin

About Michael Baxandall

byAdrian Rifkin

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A distinguished group of art historians reflect on the work of Michael Baxandall, in terms of its importance for their own formation, its location in the development of a new art history, and its influence on the broader languages and theories of contemporary cultural theory.

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Adrian Rifkin is Professor of Fine Art at the University of Leeds.
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Title:About Michael BaxandallFormat:PaperbackDimensions:144 pages, 9.7 × 6.8 × 0.31 inPublished:March 1, 1999Publisher:WileyLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0631211918

ISBN - 13:9780631211914

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Table of Contents

1. Patterns in the Shadows: Attention in/to the Writings of Michael Baxandall: Michael Anne Holly (University of Rochester).

2. Aspects of the Critical Reception and Intellectual History of Baxandall's Concept of the Period Eye: Alland Langdale (University of British Columbia).

3. Limewood, Chiromancy and Narratives of Making. Writing about the Materials and Processes of Sculpture: Malcolm Baker (Victoria and Albert Museum).

4. Michael Baxandall and the Shadows in Plato's Cave: Alex Potts (University of Reading).

5. Last Words (Rilke, Wittgenstein)(Duchamp): Molly Nesbit (Vassar University).

6. Women under the Gaze, a Renaissance Genealogy: Paolo Berdini (Stanford University).

7. A Baxandall Bibliography: Allan Langdale (University of California at Santa Barbara).