Argan e Giacomo Serpotta

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Abstract

[automatically translated] The text, the result of the intervention required to study day of Giulio Carlo Argan, professor of Art History at the University of Palermo between 1955 and 1959, examines his brief but essential contribution on the sculptor and plasterer Palermo Giacomo Serpotta (1656-1752) written in 1957. the critical analysis of the text, interpreting the density of the concepts expressed by the critic and art historian, it highlights the main points of criticism arganiana topic. It is noted that Argan flights now very high and trace the still extremely valid interpretations, as well as some complex readings and certainly exciting, that put further light on the art of Palermo teacher as an artist full of baroque and to be provincial.
Original languageItalian
Pages128-136
Number of pages9
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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