Apprendre à dessiner deux théories
The practice of drawing is an ideal study case for framing a cognitive approach to art. In this paper I enumerate six constraints that must be respected by any cognitive theory of drawing production. I evaluate the two major existing theories – Ruskin’s theory of the innocent eye and Gombrich’ theory of graphic schemes – and show the superiority of Gombrich’ theory. I finally provide the first elements for a psychological development of the theory of graphic schemes.
Pignocchi, A. (2011). Apprendre à dessiner deux théories. Rivista di estetica 47, pp. 47-59.
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