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Sight and Spirituality in Early Netherlandish Painting Hardcover – Jun 8 2005

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"Sight and Spirituality in Early Netherlandish Painting is erudite and provocative in ways that will make it a vital resource for much discussion to come[...]As it compels reexamination of how we interpret early Netherlandish paintings, Rothstein's intelligent meditation also demonstrates ways in which we can and should look ever more closely at the elemental kinship between representation and belief." -- CAA Reviews

"Bret Rothstein's fascinating new book is an exercise in sophisticated visual engagement. [...]Rothstein rewards his patient reader with an intellectual tour-de-force that makes us ponder more deeply the possible intentions of these magnificent painters." -- Historians of Netherlandish Art Review of Books

"There is no doubt that Rothstein offers nuanced and illuminating new readings of consequential paintings. Sight and Spirituality in Early Netherlandish Painting contributes to a growing literature that demonstrates how much operant theories about vision inflect the visual culture of a given time and place. It is a significant book not least of all because it asks art historians to reconsider the meanings and values we ascribe to reflexivity in both scholarly and artistic traditions." - Sherry C. M. Lindquist, Northwestern University

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Sight and Spirituality in Early Netherlandish Painting examines the importance of vision as a narrative and thematic concern in works by different artists. Depicting religious visual experience, these works alluded to the imperceptibility of the divine and implicated the viewer's own experience as part of a larger spiritual and intellectual process.

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