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Title: The Arts and nature : biology and symbolism in Barcelona circa 1900
Author: Ciurans, Enric
Coca, Jordi, 1947-
Ferrer, Nina
Galmés Martí, Antoni
González Crespo, Sergio
Gras Valero, Irene
Hernández Laille, Margarita
López Pérez, Fàtima
Pifarré Yañez, Daniel
Sala, Teresa-M. (Teresa Montserrat)
Salvatierra Capdevila, Carmina
Contributor: Capellà Simó, Pere
Galmés Martí, Antoni
Grup de Recerca en Història de l'Art i del Disseny Contemporanis
Keywords: Modernisme (Art)
Simbolisme en l'art
Natura (Estètica)
Llibres electrònics
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Edicions de la Universitat de Barcelona
Series/Report no: Singularitats
Abstract: In the period of Modernisme nature came to the fore as a boundless source of artistic inspiration. Influenced by the cult of nature, creators produced a poetic, symbolic, dreamlike set of images and ideas; at the same time, scientists, experiencing the reper­cussions of Darwinism, were initiating the debate between creationists and evolutionists. Anti-mate­rialistic and idealistic thinking, which in some cases had coincided with the postulates of the theories of evolution, shaped the framework of sensibilities of the Symbolist movement, in which the landscapes of the soul ranged from approaching the unconscious to voyaging to unexplored islands. This book, an in-depth study of the interrelationship between the arts and nature, embraces all of these phenomena from a plural, organic point of view.
Note: Traducció de: Arts i naturalesa : biologia i simbolisme a la Barcelona del 1900
Editor literari: Pere Capellà Simó, Antoni Galmés Martí i Grup de Recerca en Història de l'Art i del Disseny Contemporanis, editor literari
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ISBN: 978-84-475-3697-9
Appears in Collections:Col·lecció Singularitats - eBooks - (Publicacions i Edicions UB)

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