„Allseitig“ Denken. Das Thema des dreidimensionalen Sehens bei Nikolaus von Kues, Jan van Eyck und Leonardo da Vinci

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Gianluca Cuozzo

Abstract

Alongside the relationship between philosophy and painting, in the fifteenth and  sixteenth centuries, a speculative interest emerged in the concept of three dimensional vision in Cusa, Jan van Eyck, Marsilio Ficino, and Giorgione da  Castelfranco. The visio circularis theme becomes a central metaphor for a new  way of thinking and seeing the world, which culminates in Leonardo da Vinci’s  studies on perspective. In this context, the mirror forms a dominant theme in the  development of the studies and applications of perspective, which becomes in creasingly sensitive to sculptural relief.

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Cuozzo, G. 2021. „Allseitig“ Denken. Das Thema des dreidimensionalen Sehens bei Nikolaus von Kues, Jan van Eyck und Leonardo da Vinci. Internationale Zeitschrift für Kulturkomparatistik. 3 (2021), 9-34. DOI: https://doi.org/10.25353/ubtr-izfk-9d15-edbf.
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