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In its new edition, this classic work continues its triumphant progress tirelessly for yet another generation, to remain the title of first choice for any newcomer to art or the connoisseur.SPECIFICATIONS: Format: Paperback Size: 245 x 172 mm (9 5/8 x 6 3/4 in) Pages: 688 pp Illustrations: 440 illustrations ISBN: 9780714832470 Ernst Gombrich was one of the greatest and least conventional art historians of his age, achieving fame and distinction in three separate spheres: as a scholar, as a popularizer of art, and as a pioneer of the application of the psychology of perception to the study of art.The terms in this glossary are cross-linked or externally linked , a stylish fur-trimmed yellow satin jacket, which is now synonymous with Vermeer's art, is represented in five other pictures of the 1660s and 1670s.In three works it can be considered a sort of optical focal point, and so must have responded to important aesthetic requisites, although it is not out of the question that it had a sentimental significance for the artist.Gombrich was born in Vienna in 1909 and died in London in November 2001.
Gifted with a powerful mind and prodigious memory, he was also an outstanding communicator, with a clear and forceful prose style.
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The work is not so simplistic as the title implies, but it is this very title that rendered the book enormously attractive in 1950 to a new sort of book buyer: the self-educator.
This field was set to grow, publishers eagerly wooing punters into buying the one big book on every impossibly massive but key subject.