Annual Review of Hiroshima Society for Science of Arts Issue 31
2018-07-27 発行

抽象表現主義絵画における感情の表現 : ロスコ、ニューマン、スティルを中心に <査読論文>

Expressions of Emotion in Abstract Expressionist Painting: Rothko, Newman, and Still <Articles>
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The Abstract Expressionists created the visual language of post-Cubism, through which they aimed to paint their subjects in a new way. The Second World War brought to the world the sense that human existence was in crisis; against this backdrop, many of these painters were particularly concerned with depicting human emotions.
Thus Rothko achieved "painting as emotion itself," so to speak. In contrast, Newman sought to transcend the material dimension of painting and express emotions on a metaphysical level. Meanwhile, Still saw each of his paintings as "an entry in a journal"; for him, painting was always "a life statement." What is more, these three leading Abstract Expressionists each hoped to adequately convey the emotions he expressed to the viewer in his own manner, which was closely connected to the nature of his paintings, as described above.
This paper therefore sheds light on aspects of emotional expression in Abstract Expressionist painting.
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本論は、第六八回美学会全国大会のシンポジウム「藝術と感情」(二〇一七年十月八日、國學院大學)での筆者の発表「抽象表現主義芸術と感情-ロスコ、ニューマン、スティルを中心に」に基づくものである。
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