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Author: Susan Felleman
ISBN: 0292709420
Subcategory: Movies
Pages 213 pages
Publisher University of Texas Press (January 2, 2006)
Language English
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by Susan Felleman


Bringing an art historical perspective to the realm of American and European film, "Art in the Cinematic Imagination" examines the ways in which films have used works of art and artists themselves as cinematic and narrative motifs

Bringing an art historical perspective to the realm of American and European film, "Art in the Cinematic Imagination" examines the ways in which films have used works of art and artists themselves as cinematic and narrative motifs. From the use of portraits in Vertigo to the cinematic depiction of women artists in Artemisia and Camille Claudel, Susan Felleman incorporates feminist and psychoanalytic criticism to reveal individual and collective perspectives on sex, gender, identity, commerce, and class

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Bringing an art historical perspective to the realm of American and European film, Art in the Cinematic Imagination examines the ways in which films have used works of art and artists themselves as cinematic and narrative motifs.

An illuminating exploration of the relationship between art and cinema, from Hitchcock to Scorsese. A persuasive approach to an engaging body of films, Art in the Cinematic Imagination illuminates a compelling and significant facet of the cinematic experience. Contents: Acknowledgments. This book considers a range of such incorporations, drawn from the postwar classical and contemporary narrative cinema-European and American.

Published by: University of Texas Press. Book Description: Bringing an art historical perspective to the realm of American and European film,Art in the Cinematic Imaginationexamines the ways in which films have used works of art and artists themselves as cinematic and narrative motifs. From the use of portraits inVertigoto the cinematic depiction of women artists e Claudel, Susan Felleman incorporates feminist and psychoanalytic criticism to reveal individual and collective perspectives on sex, gender, identity, commerce, and class.

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Art In the Cinematic Imagination more. Publisher: University of Texas Press. The book consists of a series of interconnected case studies of movies, including Pride & Prejudice, The Trouble with Harry, and The Player, ultimately showing that when real art works enter into fiction films, they embody themes and discourses in a way that other objects often cannot. Publisher: Intellect.

Published January 1st 2006 by University of Texas Press.

Art in the Cinematic Imagination. Published January 1st 2006 by University of Texas Press.

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Bringing an art historical perspective to the realm of American and European film, Art in the Cinematic Imagination examines the ways in which films have used works of art and artists themselves as cinematic and narrative motifs. From the use of portraits in Vertigo to the cinematic depiction of women artists in Artemisia and Camille Claudel, Susan Felleman incorporates feminist and psychoanalytic criticism to reveal individual and collective perspectives on sex, gender, identity, commerce, and class.

Probing more than twenty films from the postwar era through contemporary times, Art in the Cinematic Imagination considers a range of structurally significant art objects, artist characters, and art-world settings to explore how the medium of film can amplify, reinvent, or recontextualize the other visual arts. Fluently speaking across disciplines, Felleman's study brings a broad array of methodologies to bear on questions such as the evolution of the "Hollywood Love Goddess" and the pairing of the feminine with death on screen.

A persuasive approach to an engaging body of films, Art in the Cinematic Imagination illuminates a compelling and significant facet of the cinematic experience.