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Iconography and Iconology: The Meanings and Interpretations of Visual Arts

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Author: 陈怀恩(Chen Huaien)
ISBN: 978-7-5310-4106-1
Original Region: China
Original Language: Simplified Chinese
Publication Date: 2011
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With the popularity of the research on visual arts and theory on Iconography in the west, Iconography once again comes on the scene. The unique characteristic of Iconography is that it’s not confined to just visual watching activities but also provides a better and detailed solution for us to understanding visual arts. According to contemporary scholars, the aim of working on Iconography is to describe or rebuild those meaningful visual arts which are kind of forgotten as time goes by. And by doing so, laymen and non-expert in art history could better understand the essence of these visual artworks. It’s worth mentioning that the Traditional Chinese edition of Iconography and Iconology: The Meanings and Interpretations of Visual Arts was published in Taiwan in 2008 and has been highly recommended and greatly appreciated in art circle.
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