Browsing South African Journal of Art History Volume 04 (1989) by Issue Date

Browsing South African Journal of Art History Volume 04 (1989) by Issue Date

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  • Prins, M (Art Historical Workgroup of South Africa, 1989)
    Die rotskuns is voortgebring deur prehistoriese samelewingsgroepe wat nie die skryfkuns geken het nie en geen geskrewe bronne is dus beskikbaar wat Iig kan werp op die kuns nie. Uit die Iiteratuur blyk dit dat daar min ...
  • Groenewald, M.M. (Art Historical Work Group of South Africa, 1989)
    Picasso created a series of forty-four paintings based on "Las Meninas" by Velazquez. In these works he embarked on a Journey of exploration with regard to form, iconography and iconology. This article researches the ...
  • Van der Waal, Gerhard-Mark; Schmidt, Leoni (Art Historical Work Group of South Africa, 1989)
    In 'n tyd wat 'n mens aanhoudend dwing om standpunt in te neem, is daar behoefte aan gesprekke oor tendense. Sulke besinnings is hulpmiddels om tot 'n posisiebepaling te kom binne die netwerk van verhoudings waarin 'n mens ...
  • Duffey, Alexander Edward (Art Historical Work Group of South Africa, 1989)
    Ceramic work has been characterised as the simplest and the most complex of all the arts, because it is elemental and abstract. No other nation has reached a higher level of development in ceramics than the Chinese. This ...
  • Janse van Rensburg, H.J. (Art Historical Work Group of South Africa, 1989)
    Max Ernst often responded to the thought of the philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche in his art in the 1920's. This study approaches the collage-novel, "The Hundred Headless Woman", from the perspective of Nietzsche's concept ...
  • Lee, D.N. (Art Historical Work Group of South Africa, 1989)
    Daar bestaan 'n groeiende belangstelling in die belangrike rol wat San-rotsskilderinge speel in ons nasionale erfenis. Hierdie belangstelling het gelei tot 'n besef van die vinnige agteruitgang van hierdie werke, as gevolg ...
  • Woodhouse, Herbert Charles, 1919-2011 (Art Historical Work Group of South Africa, 1989)
    The question arises why paintings and engravings were made on the rocks of southern Africa and also why the theme of the 'rain animal' or 'rain snake' was often executed. Motivation for the artistic activity involved is ...
  • Le Roux, S.W. (Schalk Willem) (Art Historical Work Group of South Africa, 1989)
    Despite the immediately recognisable differences in form, construction, use of material and variance in spatial realisation between mosques throughout the Muslim world, they share architectural elements and principles. ...
  • Mare, Estelle Alma; Schmidt, Leoni (Art Historical Workgroup of South Africa, 1989-11)