Landscaping the Gaze in Norwegian Visual Art and Grieg's Op. 66 Folksong Piano Arrangements

@article{Volioti2017LandscapingTG,
  title={Landscaping the Gaze in Norwegian Visual Art and Grieg's Op. 66 Folksong Piano Arrangements},
  author={G. Volioti},
  journal={Music and Letters},
  year={2017},
  volume={98},
  pages={573 - 600}
}
  • G. Volioti
  • Published 2017
  • Art
  • Music and Letters
  • ABSTRACT:Representations of the Norwegian landscape in nineteenth-century visual culture (including paintings, photography, and optical illusion devices) were not only part of an emerging lexicon of nationalist iconography, they also subverted the boundaries of realism. They enfolded the perceiver in a sensory journey through the abstract fabric of space and time. Depictions of the rural, pre-modern landscape often confronted the subjectivity of the gaze by deflecting an apparent reality and… CONTINUE READING

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