sexta-feira, 24 de outubro de 2014
Matthäus Schiestl, Landschaft mit Kirche (1939)
«(...) we can now formulate the principal task of landscape painting more precisely as follows:
"It is the representation of a certain mood of our affective life (a certain sense) through the representation of a corresponding mood in the life of nature (truth)."»
Carl Gustav Carus,
in Art in Theory (1815-1900), Blackwell Publishers, p. 106.