Imprint: Australian Scholarly Publishing
Released: January 2011
The Visual Language of Painting: An Aesthetic Analysis of Representational TechniqueBy Robert Nelson
Painting is a language that communicates visually. But how can we speak of it, when its intelligence is embedded in sensory mysteries? Using his own evocative language, Robert Nelson analyses what the language of painting is made of, revealing how verbal language not only unlocks the unspoken but how it keeps painting alive.
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