10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ORPHISM»
Discover the use of Orphism
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to Orphism
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
and Christianity in Late Antiquity
Review text: "Altogether, the reader is justified in feeling that he has come to a better knowledge of the books, beliefs, and rites of Orphism, of the Christian apologists and their encounter with Greek religion and ideas, and of the ...
Miguel Herrero de Jáuregui, 2010
Apollinaire, cubism and orphism
This book is the first to present an extensive reassessment of Apollinaire's role in the promotion of themes and iconography amongst his painter friends.
Redefining Ancient Orphism
: A Study in Greek Religion
represented by Robert Parker's 1995 survey of “Early Orphism”, which provides a
good overview of the evidence and the debates, settling for a definition of
Orphism that denies any coherent Orphic social organization, but sees Orphism
Radcliffe G. Edmonds III, 2013
From Orpheus to Paul a History of Orphism
1930. Discusses the Orphic mystery-religion and Orphic rites of Ancient Greece.
Orpheus and Greek Religion: A Study of the Orphic Movement
It was the Orphism of their age, and must be taken into account when the
Orphism of that age is the subject of discussion. To the eyes of a student it may
seem a very different thing from the Orphic religion of eight or nine hundred years
William Keith Chambers Guthrie, 1935
A History of Ancient Philosophy I: From the Origins to Socrates
The mystery religions: the influence of Orphism on the establishment of the
problematic of ancient philosophy That a religion of the mysteries flourished in
Greece is a clear symptom that for many the official religion was not sufficient,
that is, ...
Giovanni Reale, John R. Catan, 1987
Hart Crane's Harp of Evil: A Study of Orphism
in The Bridge
Wolf interprets Crane's poem in the context of pre-Christian Orphic mythology and demonstrates why critics have been confused when attempting to interpret the work in a framework of Christian criticism.
Myths of the Underworld Journey: Plato, Aristophanes, and ...
ORPHISM AS ORIGIN OR ORIENTATION? The range of ways in which the
limited set of traditional motifs are combined shows that these myths are the
products of brtcolage. carefully constructed to express the teller's model of the
Radcliffe G. Edmonds, III, 2004
The Spiritual in Twentieth-Century Art
Orphism was declared to exist virtually by fiat, without consulting the artists in
question, by Apollinaire in the fall of 1912..' Pablo Picasso, Robert Delaunay,
Femand Léger, Francis Picabia, and Marcel Duchamp were the beneficiaries of
Past and Present Views on Orphism
THIS 24 PAGE ARTICLE WAS EXTRACTED FROM THE BOOK: Orpheus The Fisher, by Robert Eisler. To purchase the entire book, please order ISBN 1564590291.
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «ORPHISM»
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Portrait of the jeering artist as a young gent: Alexander Adams on …
By 1912, Cubism, Futurism and Orphism blended in Picabia's compositions. At times his work was nearly or actually abstract and genuinely ... «Art Newspaper, Jul 15»
Miriam Schapiro Married Judaism and Feminism in Her Art
... French Jewish artist Sonia Delauney (1885–1979), a co-founder of the Orphism movement, known for powerful colors and geometric shapes. «Forward, Jun 15»
Robert Delaunay Paris Exposition Eiffel Tower Painting Exhibited At …
Orphism, a movement identified in 1912 and pioneered by Delaunay and Sonia, is considered an offshoot of Cubism and relies on the ... «ArtLyst, Jun 15»
Market News: celebrating Waterloo
Stylistically it bridges the Cubism and Orphism of 15 years earlier with the new Art Deco, and is priced in the region of $5 million (£3.2 million). «Telegraph.co.uk, Jun 15»
Our top international arts events this week: Russian modern art …
The Delaunays were co-founders of the Orphism movement, known for its use of geometry and strong colour; Sonia is currently the subject of a ... «The National, Jun 15»
'The Daemon Knows,' by Harold Bloom
Bloom's beguiling daemon can be construed as the god within; he is sire to the exaltations of apotheosis, shamanism, Gnosticism, Orphism, ... «New York Times, May 15»
Sonia Delaunay's absorbing aesthetics in art and fashion
When we speak of fashion, Orphism, and even poetry Sonia Delaunay cannot be taken out of the picture of any such incidental discussion. «Jewish Journal, May 15»
I recently had a dream in which I was at an academic conference of some sort. After listening to a paper, in which Orphism had been mentioned ... «Patheos, Apr 15»
Better than Robert? Sonia Delaunay at Tate Modern reviewed
Based on the theories of M.E. Chevreul, this lyrical abstraction later became known as orphism. In her early experiments, Sonia veers in and ... «Spectator.co.uk, Apr 15»
Sonia Delaunay, Tate Modern exhibition review: pioneer of abstract …
Together with Robert, she pioneered an abstract style that the poet Apollinaire christened Orphism, after the musician Orpheus in Greek myth, ... «Evening Standard, Apr 15»