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Apr 27, Duncan Berry rated it liked it Shelves: At the turn of the twentieth century, Riegl had a significant impact on Otto Rank ‘s seminal riiegl, Art and Artist. Nadezda Nalimova marked it as to-read Nov 28, To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Alois Riegl

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Books by Alois Riegl. The most complete bibliographies of Riegl’s work are found in K. Ernst Gombrich drew heavily on the Stilfragenwhich he called “the one great book ever written about the history of ornament”, [3] in his own study of The indstry of order.

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Inon the basis of the StilfragenRiegl was awarded an extraordinarius position at the University of Vienna, where he began to lecture on Baroque arta period that was at the time considered merely as the decadent end of the Renaissance.

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Its terminology was introduced to English-language scholarship in particular by Paul Jacobsthal ‘s work on Celtic art. In Riegl accepted a curatorial position at the k. Saugata Bhaduri marked it as to-read Dec 02, Ellery marked it as to-read Feb 25, The mangling of the copy is sever enough for one to prefer to learn German in order to read the original!

The Kunstindustrie followed the lead of an earlier work by Riegl’s colleague Franz WickhoffDie Wiener Genesisa study of late antique manuscript painting. Clemena Antonova writes, “Worringer sides with Riegl in that relativist approach indstry art and maintains that, “what appears from our standpoint the greatest distortion, must have been, at the time, for its creator the highest beauty and expression of his artistic volition.

It is Riegl’s emphasis on the historical context that initially inspires Rank to equally consider all forms of arrt as a will-to-art. Jie Shi marked it as to-read Jan 03, They also led to a controversy between Riegl and Wickhoff, on the one side, and Josef Strzygowskion the other, concerning the origins of the late antique style.

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In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Riegl seems to have conceived the Kunstwollen as a historically contingent tendency of an age or a nation that drove stylistic development without respect to mimetic or technological concerns.


Siva marked it arh to-read Jan 07, In certain cases, such as that of the controversial Hans Sedlmayrthis led to unrestrained formalism. This took the form of a study of late antiquity.

Late roman art industry

Primitive, “ornamental” art, for lwte, uniquely represents a social belief in the abstract soul, and does not represent a lack of naturalism; it is an accurate presentation of the abstract in concrete form. Man is not only a passive, sensory recipient, but also a desiring, active being who wishes to interpret the world in such a way varying diegl one people, region, or epoch to another that it most clearly and obligingly meets his desires.

Art expresses the way man wants to see things shaped or colored, just as the poetic Kunstwollen expreses the way man wants to imagine them. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. No trivia or quizzes yet. Riegl’s reputation as an innovative art historian, however, was established by his second book, Stilfragen: