Perception and Artistic Style.

By: Parker, D.MContributor(s): Derêgowski, J.BMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandAdvances in Psychology: Publisher: Amsterdam : Elsevier Science, 2014Description: 1 online resource (303 p.)ISBN: 9780080867274Subject(s): Art | Psychology | Visual perception | Visual perceptionGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Perception and Artistic StyleDDC classification: 701.15 LOC classification: N71 .P27 1990N71.P27Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover; Perception and Artistic Style; Copyright Page; Contents; Preface; Chapter I. The Naive and the Sophisticated Eye; Chapter II. Counterfeits Made to Beguile; Chapter III. Why Two Eyes are Better Than One; Chapter IV. The Limits of Perspective; Chapter V. Views Typical and Otherwise; Chapter VI. Comunalities of Distortions; Chapter VII. Cues Intrinsic to the Eye; Chapter VIII. Art Via Illusion; Chapter IX. Art and Reality; Notes; References; Author Index; Subject Index
Summary: Perception and Artistic Style explores the role of visual processes in the creation and perception of painting and drawing. By looking at the relationship between perception and representation evidence is provided that purely visual processes are a richer source of artistic inspiration than is commonly realised. Many of the obvious variations in artistic style are firmly rooted in visual perception and visual cognition. This book looks at a range of fundamental visual processes and investigates their contribution to major stylistic features of works of art. A wide selection of pictures is cons
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Front Cover; Perception and Artistic Style; Copyright Page; Contents; Preface; Chapter I. The Naive and the Sophisticated Eye; Chapter II. Counterfeits Made to Beguile; Chapter III. Why Two Eyes are Better Than One; Chapter IV. The Limits of Perspective; Chapter V. Views Typical and Otherwise; Chapter VI. Comunalities of Distortions; Chapter VII. Cues Intrinsic to the Eye; Chapter VIII. Art Via Illusion; Chapter IX. Art and Reality; Notes; References; Author Index; Subject Index

Perception and Artistic Style explores the role of visual processes in the creation and perception of painting and drawing. By looking at the relationship between perception and representation evidence is provided that purely visual processes are a richer source of artistic inspiration than is commonly realised. Many of the obvious variations in artistic style are firmly rooted in visual perception and visual cognition. This book looks at a range of fundamental visual processes and investigates their contribution to major stylistic features of works of art. A wide selection of pictures is cons

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