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Pictorialism in the fictional miniatures of Albert Paris Gütersloh

by Ingrid E Laue | 01 August 1996
Hardback
Category: Art & Design
Pictorialism in the Fictional Miniatures of Albert Paris Guetersloh represents a first attempt in scholarly literature at highlighting the writer and painter Albert Paris Guetersloh's artistic duality by focusing on his fictional miniatures, i.e. the short prose works. This book breaks new ground by demonstrating that Guetersloh's written and painted works are of a distinctly unified and analogous nature, exemplified most succinctly in the artist's fictional miniatures when juxtaposed with his painted miniatures. By isolating such compositional elements as delineation, framing, staging, setting, and colour - both descriptive and metaphorical - the author establishes that in his fictional miniatures Guetersloh persistently thinks and writes in pictures, working from a largely pictorial conception and a visually creative imagination. This exploration fills an existing gap in Guetersloh scholarship, and no doubt will stimulate further research.
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Pictorialism in the Fictional Miniatures of Albert Paris Guetersloh represents a first attempt in scholarly literature at highlighting the writer and painter Albert Paris Guetersloh's artistic duality by focusing on his fictional miniatures, i.e. the short prose works. This book breaks new ground by demonstrating that Guetersloh's written and painted works are of a distinctly unified and analogous nature, exemplified most succinctly in the artist's fictional miniatures when juxtaposed with his painted miniatures. By isolating such compositional elements as delineation, framing, staging, setting, and colour - both descriptive and metaphorical - the author establishes that in his fictional miniatures Guetersloh persistently thinks and writes in pictures, working from a largely pictorial conception and a visually creative imagination. This exploration fills an existing gap in Guetersloh scholarship, and no doubt will stimulate further research.
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Pictorialism in the Fictional Miniatures of Albert Paris Guetersloh represents a first attempt in scholarly literature at highlighting the writer and painter Albert Paris Guetersloh's artistic duality by focusing on his fictional miniatures, i.e. the short prose works. This book breaks new ground by demonstrating that Guetersloh's written and painted works are of a distinctly unified and analogous nature, exemplified most succinctly in the artist's fictional miniatures when juxtaposed with his painted miniatures. By isolating such compositional elements as delineation, framing, staging, setting, and colour - both descriptive and metaphorical - the author establishes that in his fictional miniatures Guetersloh persistently thinks and writes in pictures, working from a largely pictorial conception and a visually creative imagination. This exploration fills an existing gap in Guetersloh scholarship, and no doubt will stimulate further research.

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Pictorialism in the fictional miniatures of Albert Paris Gütersloh

ISBN9780820430034

FormatHardback

Publisher (01 August. 1996)

No. of Pages185

Weight450

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 230 x 160