THE PSYCHOLOGY OF AN ART WRITER
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An openly lesbian, feminist writer during the 19th century in England, Vernon Lee(pseudonym of Violet Paget) shares her own experiences with the great paintings and sculptures she traveled to see. Ranging from deeply felt assessments of the way mood affects our ability to appreciate art, to detailed descriptions of some of the most powerful personal experiences with artworks, these writings provide profound insights into the fields of psychology and aesthetics.
This book is part of David Zwirner Books’ ekphrasis series, specially dedicated to publishing rare, out-of-print, and newly commissioned texts as accessible paperback volumes.