By E. H. Gombrich
Tres enfoques distintos confluyen en este libro: historia y psicología del arte (Sir Ernst Gombrich), psicología (Julian Hochberg) y filosofía (Max Black). Estos tres distinguidos autores examinan en los tres ensayos recogidos en este volumen el problema de las percepciones de las imágenes y, en specific, de los angeles pintura y los angeles fotografía. Tal confrontación de rules es ciertamente inédita en los angeles bibliografía en lengua castellana sobre l. a. imagen. Fundándose en experiencias sustancialmente diferentes, los tres ensayos solicitan l. a. reflexión y los angeles profundización de temas ya de por sí sugerentes: el tiempo, l. a. verosimilitud, los angeles escena espacial y otros conceptos, como los de empatía, capacidad de información de l. a. imagen y niveles de atención. De un modo specific, el intercambio de opiniones entre Gombrich y Hochberg abre un debate rico en consecuencias de permanente interés entre especialistas. Al mismo tiempo, las constantes referencias al plano cognitivo de los angeles imagen abren nuevas posibilidades para l. a. investigación de los angeles imagen a partir de los angeles pragmática moderna.
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The 1860's brought prosperity for the Society. 6000 Ft were set aside from the budget o f the National Museum for the purchasing o f the most outstanding Hungarian works shown at the exhibitions. As the work o f Hungarian painters had become popular, and as the competition was no longer oppressive, the ban on painters from abroad was lifted in 1868. From 1872, the album sheets, also printed from Hungarian paintings, were published as high quality copperplate prints. The lack o f a permanent exhibition hall and the increasingly complex official activities o f the society soon gave rise to the demand for an independent center for the society.
Z Vasârnapi Üjsâg, 1896/20, p. 331. 3 Memorandum on the Occasion o f the Millennial National Exhibition Concerning the Construction o f a Permanent Mücsarnok. HNFAS, Budapest, 1893 4 M illennial N ational Exhibition 1896. Illustrated index o f the fine arts section, HNFAS, Budapest, 1896 5 Opening o f the Winter Exhibition, Mücsarnok, 1899, p. 4596 Opening o f the Winter Exhibition, Mücsarnok, 1900, p. 408. 7 Zoltán Ambrus: The Family o f Count Berzsenyi at the Exhibition. The Works o f Zoltán Ambrus, Budapest, 1906.
The material o f the exhibitions included little religious painting. A few commissioned works were shown in order to be entered for one o f the prizes instituted in this cate gory, but the genre had little role to play in the arts trade. Portraits occupied a peculiar position in the field. Having one's portrait taken was a status symbol, and a family portrait gallery proved the glory o f the entire house hold. Customers often visited the exhibitions in search o f a portrait painter, so the works on show served as reference material.