Portraits and Persons Hardcover – Jul 1 2010
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It is an informative and stimulating read. Susie Hodge, Artist Admirably straightforward, cogent, and thought-provoking. It is what good philosophical writing should be. Charles Saumarez Smith, Literary Review
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Cynthia Freeland is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Houston, Texas. She has published widely on topics in the philosophy of art and film, including But is is Art?, also published by Oxford University Press.
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It was for me a very hard read but I will so go back and reread chapters to gain further understanding.
It looks at portraits from a very different perspective, and questions what is a portrait, and what makes a image a portrait.
It considers DNA scans as portraits as well as old style paintings and photography, if done with certain characteristics.