Candor and Critique: On Greg Gerke’s See What I See

In Studies in the History of the Renaissance, Walter Pater notes that criticism is never impartial: “in aesthetic criticism the first step to seeing one’s object as it really is, is to know one’s impression as it really is, to discriminate it, to realise it distinctly.” The work of art is never detached from an …

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