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Legend, Myth, and Magic in the Image of the Artist: A Historical Experiment, Kris, Ernst; Kurz, Otto
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Author Name:    Kris, Ernst; Kurz, Otto

Title:   Legend, Myth, and Magic in the Image of the Artist: A Historical Experiment

Binding:   Soft cover

Book Condition:   Fair

Publisher:    Yale University Press 1981

ISBN Number:   0300026692 / 9780300026696

Seller ID:   164689


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"This is the first English translation of a brief, scholarly, and brilliantly original work which sets out to examine the links between the legend of the artist, in all cultures, and what E.H. Gombrich, in an introductory essay, calls 'certain invariant traits of the human psyche.'"-Denis Thomas, Journal of the Royal Society of Arts "This book gathers together various legends and attitudes about artists, ancient and modern, East and West, and gives fascinating insights into attitudes toward artistic creation. It impinges on psychology, art history and history, aesthetics, biography, myth and magic, and will be of great interest to a wide audience in many fields.... A delightful and unrivalled study."-Howard Hibbard "Thought provoking and valuable.... To all those interested in psychiatry and art from the perspectives of history, criticism, or therapy and to the wide audience concerned with the psychology of aesthetics and of artistic creation."-Albert Rothenberg, American Journal of Psychiatry Ernst Kris was a psychoanalyst who wrote on a wide variety of subjects, including art. Otto Kurz was librarian of the Warburg Institute in London.

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