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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Art and Visual Rusolf Since its first publication inthis work has established itself as a unique classic. It applies the approaches and findings of modern psychology to the study of art; it descirbes the visual process that vizual place when people create – or look at – works in the various arts, and explains how they organize visual material according to definite psychological laws.
Art and Visual Perception: A Psychology of the Creative Eye
Arti Since its first publication inthis work has established itself as a unique classic. Artists, critics, art historicans, students, and general readers have found it a highly readable book.
Now Arnheim has throughtly revised and enlarged the text and adds new illustrations, taking advantage of recent developments in his own work and that of others. Paperback2nd, revised new versionpages. Published September 12th by University of California Press first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Art and Visual Perceptionplease sign up.
Be the first to ask a question about Art and Visual Perception. Lists with This Book. May 09, Jamie rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book was pivotal in opening my mind to a multifaceted way of looking at visual organization, composition and development. It gave me a hunger to create that still fuels me today. Rudolf Arnheim is often overlooked as a pusher of modernist thinking and perhaps that he is maybe out of style or old school, this is SO untrue. Yes, he is from the modernist era and references many artists from that era because of when this was written, but this book is a timeless way of looking at anything.
He was an absolute genius and loved teaching, which is very evident in this book. He is in the direct lineage from the Bauhaus and studied with the most influential psychologists, architects and artists of the 20th century.
He wrote well into his 90s lived to be ! This type of book is probably not for the casual art enthusiast but for people looking to explore art on a deeper realm and gain an understanding of art, the artists mind, and how people perceive art and interpret art mentally regardless of if it contains a narrative or recognizable subject matter.
What once was just a bunch of meaningless sounds or words that stood alone become sentences. It is that prolific. Although his writing style is academic, it is by no means boring and every chapter leads to the pursuit of more knowledge through chasing down books, authors, musicians and artists that he references.
Apr 09, Lukasz rated it really liked it. Everyone who reads this book in its entirety is guaranteed to wind up appreciating and even ‘understanding’ abstract modernist art- I know I did. Contrary to what someone said here I would say this stuff does sink in- mainly because Arnheim managed to present his observations clearly, and illustrated them convincingly with visuals, in the form of reproductions or explanatory sketches by the author himself. Arnheim’s book will equip its readers with not just a vocabulary, but a whole grammar for Everyone who reads this book in its entirety is guaranteed to wind up appreciating and even ‘understanding’ abstract modernist art- I know I did.
Arnheim’s book will equip its readers with not just a vocabulary, but a whole grammar for talking and thinking about paintings from any chosen era- an invaluable skill for anyone who falls in love with a particular painting but doesn’t know why or how to explain it to others.
Finally, ‘Art and Visual Perception’ is an essential read for those confused by post-modern art, willing to enjoy paintings firsthand, on a very basic and satisfying level, that is as resonant arrangements of lines, colours, planes. You’ll love Kandinsky after reading this one. Aug 01, Damien rated it it was amazing. Not quite as condensed, as Visual Thinking is essays, but a much deeper and more interesting book overall.
Mar 07, Sarah rated it really liked it.
May 18, Sarah Galvin rated it it was amazing Rudoof Jan 03, Maria rated it it was amazing. This book required the double effort from me, since English is not my native language, but it help me build all my creative thinking and visual creativity from scratch in order to be able to “save” it in mind. At the end of the semester we took an exam on this book. Sep 26, Mochammad Yusni rated it really liked it.
A nice book with interesting content. A must read for anyone who teaches or pursues art and architecture. Mar 14, Stephen rated it it was amazing.
Libro Arte Y Percepcion Visual Rudolf Arnheim PDF – Connie’s Performing Arts
This is a textbook slog. But so worth it. As a non-artist trained in the sciencesthis opened my eyes to the many things that are surely fundamental to practicing artists as regards composition. And I see rudolr value perccepcion formalism in art, particularly in its teaching as a craft. But as a lover of art, I also see the danger.
I am wary of crushing the pure joy of discovery under a heavy pile of nuanced theory and rigid comparative analysis. I know what I like, damn itI am thankful for these many years of having it all just wash over me.
And yet also thankful to now have a more studied basis to understand why it is that I may like or not like a certain work. It seems to me that this book is essential to any aspiring artist. For perceepcion rest of us, this is a gift that opens the door to deeper understanding. Apr 28, John rated it it was amazing.
A wonderful insight into our artist look of our world as we see it through our eyes and mind. A wonderful book that has views from both artist and scientist on the subject of sight and art Also the psychology of viewing art is given unique attention with clear examples of theory of our perception of our world around us. I found it easy to read and a book worth taking my time to go through so don’t be arnhim by its size, one can read and put it down and pick it up at a A wonderful insight into our artist look of our world as we see it through our percdpcion and mind.
I found it easy to read and a book worth taking my time to go through so don’t be daunted by its size, one can read and put it down and pick it up at a later date and not feel one missed anything, its easy to refocus on the subject he write about on all its pages. Its a must read and this is it’s fifty year anniversary of it’s publication so it’s been a go visuql for many an artist in this era. Jun 28, Eleanor rated it it was amazing. I cannot rudilf enough good about this book. I finished it and wanted to start all over again.
For someone who took only one more than the required Art classes in HS mumble years agothis was a godsend. I do wish Rudofl Garber in Freshman Art Survey had bothered to impart even a smidgin of the information crammed into this book. I am going to percepckon a copy.
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It’s a bible for anyone who considers themselves any kind of artist in any visual media. The Anheim for all things visual and creative.
Wonderful guide, accessory and even pillow at times for wide-eyed struggling art history buffs. I would have given it 5 stars had it not been my assigned text.
Rudo,f big and bulky, hard to pdrcepcion around. Jan 24, Tooba rated it really liked it. Librl to read it in College for a course You can say that it helped me appreciate the intellectual life, instead of snearing at it from my anti-establishment, anti-conformist, angsty “punk rock” attitude as a teen.
Classic, but like Classic Coke, there can be too much of a good thing. In the hands of artists, well, like academic art classes, they may want to study it and then forget it. Rdolf 28, Carmen Martinez rated it it was amazing. If not the bible per se the New Testament for designers. A consulting guide for any kind of visual expression artist.
May 12, Khulan rated it it was amazing. Jul 08, Brian Bulfer rated it it was amazing. Feb 22, Derek Barker added it. Jan 28, samkap rated it really liked it Shelves: This book is great but practically the longest sentence ever. Apr 13, Michael Mentler rated it it was amazing. Not an easy read but a necessary one. May 27, Tony rated it really liked it.
Jun 10, Dreamer rated it it was amazing Shelves: As an artist I find this book is a must read. It’s difficult but essential. Aug 07, Katlene Elynnor marked it as to-read.
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Found it very interesting.