Classical Rhetoric and the Visual Arts in Early Modern Europe
by Van Eck, Caroline
New York: Cambridge University Press, 2007. Hardcover. NF/NF but art school ex-lib. copy with front sticker, stamps on 3 sides, and usual rear end paper markings/stickers. Some rubbing to Mylar cover. Text clean, bright, tight.. Black cloth/boards; red lettering. Red/brown dj with sepia photograph and white lettering. Mylar cover. xii + 225 pp. with bw images numbered by chapter. The author examines what roles classical rhetoric played in visual persuasion in the arts and architecture of early modern Europe. The first full-length study to look at the issue of visual persuasion in this period and to investigate what roles rhetoric played in visual persuasion from the perspective of artists and viewers.
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