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Hardback

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Published: 23 October 2008

512 Pages | 30 B&W halftones

234x156mm

ISBN: 9780199230860


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The Sinister Side

How left-right symbolism shaped Western art

James Hall

  • A highly original work of cultural history - revealing some of the greatest works of art in a completely new light
  • Explores how works of art reflect our changing cultural ideas about the natural world, human nature, and the mind, and provides a key to understanding art in its social and intellectual context
  • Takes a broad historical view - looking at works of art from the Renaissance to the present day, and at both religious and secular painting
  • Shows how, through looking at the left and right symbolism in art, we can glimpse the birth of psychology from its origins in magic, superstition, and fear
  • James Hall is a critically acclaimed art historian with a special interest in exploring the wider implications of art
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