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Classical Rhetoric and the Visual Arts in Early Modern Europe

by Caroline Van Eck

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Architecture,
  • History of art & design styles: c 1600 to c 1800,
  • Rhetoric,
  • Art,
  • Art & Art Instruction,
  • Europe,
  • General,
  • Art / General,
  • History - Modern (Late 19th Century to 1945)

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7766328M
    ISBN 100521844355
    ISBN 109780521844352

      "[A]s the history of medieval rhetoric and grammar reveal with special clarity, all the significant original works on discourse which appear in Europe after Rabanus Maurus [c. ] are merely highly selective adaptations of the old bodies of doctrine. The classical texts continue to be copied, but new treatises tend to appropriate for their Author: Richard Nordquist. Since its original publication by UNC Press in , this book has provided thousands of students with a concise introduction and guide to the history of the classical tradition in rhetoric, the ancient but ever vital art of persuasion.

    Memory is less known in modern rhetoric, but in classical rhetoric, it referred to any and all techniques of aiding memorization. Finally, delivery is similar to style, but rather than concerning itself with the text itself, it's focused on the style of voice and gesture on the orator's : Richard Nordquist. In this book, Caroline van Eck examines how rhetoric and the arts interacted in early modern Europe. She argues that rhetoric, though originally developed for persuasive speech, has always used the visual as an important means of persuasion, and hence offers a number of strategies and concepts for visual persuasion as well.

    One of the most remarkable trends in the humanities and social sciences in recent decades has been the resurgence of interest in the history, theory, and practice of rhetoric: in an age of global media networks and viral communication, rhetoric is once again “contagious” and “communicable” (Friedrich Nietzsche). Featuring 60 commissioned chapters by eminent rhetoric scholars from   Vico and the Transformation of Rhetoric in Early Modern Europe, by David L. Marshall. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, viii, pp. $ US (cloth). Published in , David L. Marshall's book is already widely known by Vico scholars across the world, and, if the references to it on the internet are anything to go by, its.


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Classical Rhetoric and the Visual Arts in Early Modern Europe by Caroline Van Eck Download PDF EPUB FB2

Bryn Mawr Classical Review "This is a fundamental book on an important but elusive subject. The author examines how the arts of persuasive oratory, well-known through writings by Aristotle, Cicero, and Quintilian, influenced the theory and practice of the visual arts and architecture in early modern Europe." Renaissance QuarterlyCited by:   Bryn Mawr Classical Review "This is a fundamental book on an important but elusive subject.

The author examines how the arts of persuasive oratory, well-known through writings by Aristotle, Cicero, and Quintilian, influenced the theory and practice of the visual arts and architecture in early modern Europe." Renaissance Quarterly show more4/5(1).

classical rhetoric and the arts in early modern europe In this book Caroline van Eck examines what roles classical rhetoric played in visual persuasion in the arts and architecture of early modern Europe. The most explicit, comprehensive evidence of rhetoric’s influence is provided by the first theoretical treatise on the visual arts in early modern Europe, Alberti’s De pictura, written in Van Eck, Classical Rhetoric and the Visual Arts in Early Modern Europe In this book, Caroline van Eck examines how rhetoric and the arts interacted in early modern Europe.

She argues that rhetoric, though originally. Classical Rhetoric and the Visual Arts in Early Modern Europe Caroline van Eck is well known and well respected for her studies in the history and theory of architecture and it is nicely appropriate that an image of Sir John Soane’s wonderful, picturesque façade at Pitzhanger Manor graces the outside cover of this : David Cast.

used in the arts?1 This book examines the role of rhetoric in the visual arts and architecture of early modern Europe. But to understand how architects, painters, patrons and viewers used rhetoric, we need to look first at visual persuasion in classical rhetoric. A good place to begin is gesture.

Europe. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge & New York, pp. The central claim of Caroline van Eck’s new book is that classical rhetoric’s treatment of the non-verbal and figurative aspects of persuasive communication influenced both the producers and consumers of visual art and architecture in early modern Europe.

‘In his landmark book Vico and the Transformation of Rhetoric in Early Modern Europe, David Marshall demonstrates that Vico is once again pivotal in a modern age broadly conceived, where sober sciences newly engage the irrationalisms of emotion, language, and human by: Recent publications include Classical Rhetoric and the Arts in Early Modern Europe (Cambridge ); Inigo Jones Reconstructs Stonehenge: Architectural History between Memory and Narration (Amsterdam: Architectura & Natura Press ) and ‘Living Statues: Living Presence Response, Agency and the Sublime’, Art History () vol.

33/4, pp. This chapter explores the roles played by rhetoric in the practice and theory of visual persuasion in the visual arts in Europe during the early modern period, particularly in providing terms to discuss the arts and strategies of visual persuasion and the basis for the first modern theories about : Caroline van Eck.

Author: Edward P. Corbett,Robert J. Connors; Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA ISBN: Category: Language Arts & Disciplines Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» The most widely used textbook of its kind for courses in advanced composition and writing, Classical Rhetoric for the Modern Student discusses the three vital components of classical rhetoric.

Translations of the Sublime: The Early Modern Reception and Dissemination of Longinus' Peri Hupsous in Rhetoric, the Visual Arts, Architecture and the Theatre (Intersections) by Caroline A Van Eck (Editor) ISBN ISBN Price: $   Classical Rhetoric and the Visual Arts in Early Modern Europe Cambridge University Press: Cambridge & New York, pp.

The central claim of Caroline van Eckâ s new book is that classical rhetoricâ s treatment of the non-verbal and ï¬ gurative aspects of persuasive communication inï¬ uenced both the producers and consumers of visual art and architecture in early.

Rhetoric, Communication, and Information. visual arts in early modern Europe, the Italian Renaissance tradition was controlled by the precepts of classical, especially panegyrical rhetoric. Widely used in advanced composition and writing courses, Classical Rhetoric for the Modern Student discusses the three vital components of classical rhetoric--argument, arrangement, and style--bringing these elements to life and demonstrating their effective use in yesterday's and today's writing.

Presenting its subject in five parts, the text provides grounding in the ele/5. Classical Rhetoric and the Visual Arts in Early Modern Europe, Paperback by V C $; Buy It Now +C $ shipping; Classical Rhetoric and the Visual Arts in Early Modern Europe, Paperback by V C $; Buy It Now Save classical rhetoric for the modern student to get e-mail alerts and updates on your eBay Feed.

In her recent book Classical Rhetoric and the Visual Arts in Early Modern Europe, Caroline van Eck argues that classical rhetoric influenced both the producers and consumers of visual art and architecture in early modern Europe through concepts related to vivid represen-tation.

Indeed, according to van Eck, both oral communication and. The present volume is a first attempt to chart the early modern translations of Peri hupsous, both in the literal sense of the history of its dissemination by means of editions, versions and translations in Latin and vernacular languages, but also in the figurative sense of its uses and transformations in the visual arts from to The most widely used textbook of its kind for courses in advanced composition and writing, Classical Rhetoric for the Modern Student discusses the three vital components of classical rhetoric - argument, arrangement, and style - bringing these elements to life and demonstrating their effective application in yesterday's and today's writing.

In the extensive literature on rhetoric and architecture, the following have been especially useful: van Eck, Caroline, Classical Rhetoric and the Visual Arts in Early Modern Europe (Cambridge, ), also van Eck, Caroline, ‘ Architecture, Language, and Rhetoric in Alberti's De re aedificatoria ’, in Architecture and Language, ed.

Clarke Author: Lucy Gent.Rhetoric in the Modern Day. The rejuvenation of rhetoric continued through the Enlightenment. As democratic ideals spread throughout Europe and the American colonies, rhetoric shifted back from religious to political discourse.

Political philosophers and revolutionaries used rhetoric as a weapon in their campaign to spread liberty and freedom.Helmers concludes by stating that “visual rhetoric as a method for studying the fine arts must allow space for inquiry-based spectatorship” in order that rhetoricians continue to study art, text, and subjective visual interpretations.

Throughout, Helmers specifies her audience as members of the visual rhetoric community. Hill, C. A. ().