sexta-feira, 31 de outubro de 2008

A câmara obscura e a arte

O livro

Wolfgang Lefèvre (ed.), Inside the Camera Obscura – Optics and Art under the Spell of the Projected Image, Berlin, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, 2007.

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  • Wolfgang Lefèvre, The Optical Camera Obscura. A Short Exposition, p. 5
  • Norma Wenczel, The Optical Camera Obscura. Images and Texts, p. 13
  • Michael John Gorman, Projecting Nature in Early-Modern Europe, p. 31
  • Abdelhamid I. Sabra, Alhazen's Optics in Europe: Some Notes on What It Said and What It Did Not Say, p. 53
  • Sven Dupré, Playing with Images in a Dark Room Kepler's Ludi inside the Camera Obscura, p. 59
  • Alan E. Shapiro, Images: Real and Virtual, Projected and Perceived, from Kepler to Dechales, p. 75
  • Isabelle Pantin, "Res Aspectabilis Cujus Forma Luminis Beneficio per Foramen Transparet" - Simulachrum, Species, Forma, Imago: What was Transported by Light through the Pinhole?, p. 95
  • Fokko Jan Dijksterhuis, Clair & Distinct. Seventeenth-Century Conceptualizations of the Quality of Images, p. 105
  • Giuseppe Molesini, The Optical Quality of Seventeenth-Century Lenses, p. 117
  • Tiemen Cocquyt, The Camera Obscura and the Availibility of Seventeenth Century Optics - Some Notes and an Account of a Test, p. 129
  • Klaus Staubermann, Comments on 17th-Century Lenses and Projection, p. 141
  • Carsten Wirth, The Camera Obscura as a Model of a New Concept of Mimesis in Seventeenth-Century Painting, p. 149
  • Karin Groen, Painting Technique in the Seventeenth Century in Holland and the Possible Use of the Camera Obscura by Vermeer, p. 195
  • Claudia Laurenze-Landsberg, Neutron-Autoradiography of two Paintings by Jan Vermeer in the Gemäldegalerie Berlin, p. 211
  • Philip Steadman, Gerrit Dou and the Concave Mirror, p. 227
  • Martin Kemp, Imitation, Optics and Photography. Some Gross Hypotheses, p. 243