Iconoclastic, temperamental, and free from the constraints of society, the towering figures of the artist-genius have been treated as fixed icons regardless of historical context or individual situation. Challenging this view, Catherine M. Soussloff considers the social construction of the artist from the fifteenth century to the present. “A learned and insightful inquiry into a central founding myth of the discipline of art history.” --Michael Ann Holly, University of Rochester
Subjects: Art & Art History
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