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summary Poussins Humour ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ [Reading] ➽ Poussins Humour ➳ Tony Green – Feedmarkformulate.co.uk This book hopes it will pose some critical uestions of method for the study of the arts These essays reveal a Nicolas Poussin that has rarely been noticed before Is that because he has bGes that without the participation and lively interest of students this short and not particularly humorous book would not have been written “Distinctive in its aims scrupulous in its method Poussin’s Humour is a highly nuanced account of how Poussin actually painted Tony Green’s achievement is to locate Poussin’s thought within his painting practice itself convincingly demonstrating that the medium of art is truly the message not its poor servant Full of thought provoking insights and shot through with forensic wit Poussin’s Humour should be read by anybody interested in this most elusive of artists” Dr David Packwood University of WarwickThe author Tony Green is Emeritus Professor of Art History University of Auckland New Zealand He taught European art history of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries at the University of Edinburgh from to While in Edinburgh he gave numerous extra mural classes.

Poussins HumourGes that without the participation and lively interest of students this short and not particularly humorous book would not have been written “Distinctive in its aims scrupulous in its method Poussin’s Humour is a highly nuanced account of how Poussin actually painted Tony Green’s achievement is to locate Poussin’s thought within his painting practice itself convincingly demonstrating that the medium of art is truly the message not its poor servant Full of thought provoking insights and shot through with forensic wit Poussin’s Humour should be read by anybody interested in this most elusive of artists” Dr David Packwood University of WarwickThe author Tony Green is Emeritus Professor of Art History University of Auckland New Zealand He taught European art history of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries at the University of Edinburgh from to While in Edinburgh he gave numerous extra mural classes.

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Poussins Humour ¸ This book hopes it will pose some critical uestions of method for the study of the arts These essays reveal a Nicolas Poussin that has rarely been noticed before Is that because he has been so honoured as a great classical master – serious painter of serious histories and neo stoic philosopher – that almost nobody has noticed his humour or wit Yet everyone knows his letters to his friend Paul de Chantelou are full of puns It should not be a surprise that some of his pictures as this book shows are endowed with a subtle painterly wit Both investigations of subject matter and formal analyses have missed it and art history has until now been blind to it What can be done about thisThese essays consist of accumulated observations and thoughts Many of them will sound familiar to University of Auckland students because they began as the material of Professor Tony Green’s seminars from to He gratefully acknowled. summary õ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ↠ Tony Green

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Tony Green ↠ 8 characters And encouraged by Anthony Blunt worked at a thesis on Nicolas Poussin and the Seven Sacraments which resulted in a PhD in Fine Arts in In he was appointed founding professor of art history in the University of Auckland He began to pay serious attention to contemporary painting and sculpture and especially to the practices of his New Zealand contemporaries He wrote many reviews and articles for New Zealand periodicals and exhibition catalogues He was founder of the Bulletin of New Zealand Art History which he edited from to While in Auckland he began to accumulate essays on Nicolas Poussin’s paintings and on various theoretical issues in the arts These were based on his teaching in seminars and they have been extensively re written for this book Two of these had ephemeral publication through the Dept of Art History as Rebecca at the Well uestions of Text Image and A Shadow in Arcadia He is also active as a poe.