Bryson’s View on Tradition in Art History: “The Anxiety of Influence”
Jing Wang, Xiaotang Zhao
Available Online November 2015.
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- “schema-corrections”; “anxiety of influence”; Norman Bryson
- Gombrich’s “schema-correction” theory holds that tradition lends positive steering effects on development of art. While Norman Bryson a representative of the new art historians gives a completely new view in the art history on the tradition -- the anxiety of influence, which subverts the previous thought about positive effects of tradition from the predecessor to the later generations by focusing on the actual human psychology and questioning the positive effects of tradition. This paper intends to point out the uniqueness of his “schema-corrections” theory by interpreting Bryson’s view on tradition in art history, so as to provide a new perspective and idea for research on art history.
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TY - CONF AU - Jing Wang AU - Xiaotang Zhao PY - 2015/11 DA - 2015/11 TI - Bryson’s View on Tradition in Art History: “The Anxiety of Influence” BT - 2015 2nd International Conference on Education, Language, Art and Intercultural Communication (ICELAIC-15) PB - Atlantis Press SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icelaic-15.2016.148 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/icelaic-15.2016.148 ID - Wang2015/11 ER -