The State of Psychoanalytic Research in Art History

Spector, Jack
March 1988
Art Bulletin;Mar1988, Vol. 70 Issue 1, p49
Academic Journal
Discusses the history and problems of psychoanalytic approaches to the history of art. Application of psychoanalysis to problems encountered by art historians; Implications of the origin of psychoanalysis as a treatment for neurosis to the study of art and literature.


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