Artistic lexicography : forms, uses and issues in Early Modern Europe

 

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Lexicographie artistique : formes, usages et enjeux dans l’Europe moderne/ Artistic lexicography : forms, uses and issues in Early Modern Europe, [e-Book]   Presses Universitaires de la Méditerranée – PULM, 2018

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In cross-approaches, the themes developed in thisbook bring a fresh look at the forms, uses and stakes of theartistic lexicography in modern times.In a perspective of circulation of concepts and practices, andpermeability of artistic boundaries, the word turns out to be avaluable laboratory of the exercise of artistic practice and a fieldexploring the cultural networks that cross and make Europe. Through the development of a language, the books on art whosepublications are proliferating in the north of the Alps from 1600, are aimed atconstruction of common knowledge for the use of painters and amateurs.Their many translations, published in modern times, testifyalso of their role of diffusion agent in constant adaptation to thereadership to which they are addressed. Understand strategies and processesinvention and transfer of specific terminology toaesthetic expression becomes an important issue.

The words, ineffect, are not interchangeable. By succeeding or superimposing,even if they are contradictory, the different senses give thickness andsubtlety to the concept. The journey of a notion in time and space then also contributesto broadening our understanding of a cultural history betweenuniversality and identity within the artistic diversity thatcharacterizes modern Europe. In cross-approaches, the themes developed in thisbook bring a fresh look at the forms, uses and stakes of theartistic lexicography in modern times.In a perspective of circulation of concepts and practices, andpermeability of artistic boundaries, the word turns out to be avaluable laboratory of the exercise of artistic practice and a fieldexploring the cultural networks that cross and make Europe. Through the development of a language, the books on art whosepublications are proliferating in the north of the Alps from 1600, are aimed atconstruction of common knowledge for the use of painters and amateurs.Their many translations, published in modern times, testifyalso of their role of diffusion agent in constant adaptation to thereadership to which they are addressed.

Understand strategies and processesinvention and transfer of specific terminology toaesthetic expression becomes an important issue. The words, ineffect, are not interchangeable. By succeeding or superimposing,even if they are contradictory, the different senses give thickness andsubtlety to the concept. The journey of a notion in time and space then also contributesto broadening our understanding of a cultural history betweenuniversality and identity within the artistic diversity thatcharacterizes modern Europe. In cross-approaches, the themes developed in thisbook bring a fresh look at the forms, uses and stakes of theartistic lexicography in modern times. In a perspective of circulation of concepts and practices, andpermeability of artistic boundaries, the word turns out to be avaluable laboratory of the exercise of artistic practice and a fieldexploring the cultural networks that cross and make Europe.

Through the development of a language, the books on art whosepublications are proliferating in the north of the Alps from 1600, are aimed atconstruction of common knowledge for the use of painters and amateurs.Their many translations, published in modern times, testifyalso of their role of diffusion agent in constant adaptation to thereadership to which they are addressed. Understand strategies and processesinvention and transfer of specific terminology toaesthetic expression becomes an important issue. The words, ineffect, are not interchangeable. By succeeding or superimposing,even if they are contradictory, the different senses give thickness andsubtlety to the concept.The journey of a notion in time and space then also contributesto broadening our understanding of a cultural history betweenuniversality and identity within the artistic diversity thatcharacterizes modern Europe.

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