Amsterdam 2013 Programme Satellite Meetings Registration Exhibition Virtual Exhibition Hotels Visa Letter Invitation
Search Abstracts by author or title
(results will display both Free Papers & Poster)

Vision and art, the aesthetic perception of impressionism

Poster Details

First Author: G.Balanikas GREECE

Co Author(s):    N. Ziakas   S. Maloutas   A. Alexandridis   P. Economidis     

Abstract Details



Purpose:

We want to examine and discover the parameters in the visual perception of the impressionistic works.

Setting:

A" Ophthalmologic clinic, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Methods:

We have taken some crucial elements from the artists and their works of this historic current in the Arts, Impressionism. We study the use of the colour, light and form and how our eye perceives these productions as art

Results:

The study of these works of the great masters of this period in the history of Art, give us the necessary elements to understand the function of the human visual perception

Conclusions:

Impressionism, was a turning point in the history of Art. Great artists and their works confirm vividly the role of the human visual perception and how we see them as artistic creation.

Financial Disclosure:

NONE

Back to previous