From the Italian Renaissance to the early nineteenth century the formula of the Latin poet Orazio Ut Pictura poesis pointed to the doctrine of the comparison between visual arts and literature: according to the ancient auctoritas, if painting could make feelings and abstract concepts into the reality of matter, poetry could arouse in the listener mental faithful images to the […]
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