By James W. Hamilton
James Hamilton’s attractive booklet bargains us his personal distinctive perception into the subconscious components curious about the artistic procedures linked to portray, filmmaking, and images via learning the lives and works of a few artists, every one having a special own style.
In separate chapters, he appears on the lives and works of Mark Rothko, Joseph Cornell, Piet Mondrian, Pablo Picasso, Clement Greenberg, Edward Weston, Ingmar Bergman, François Truffaut, Quentin Tarantino, and Florian von Donnersmarck from a psychoanalytic point of view, with emphasis on subconscious motivation and the search for mastery of intrapsychic clash. The ebook is sure to inspire additional questions and hypotheses concerning the nature of those advanced phenomena.
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This resentment could have been stirred as well by his having to contribute so much to Robert’s day-to-day welfare and to sacrifice his own time for play and recreation during childhood, which he might have tried to compensate for through his creative activities as an adult. Cornell was also unable to mourn his mother when she died on October 17, 1966, expressing “surprise at the absence of deep grief”, as was the case after his brother’s death a year earlier (Solomon, 1997, p. 327). While attending her funeral in Nyack, his mind was on the house where he had grown up there, particularly the kitchen, which he pictured precisely, dwelling on “the stone floors” and “the butter churn”, thereby invoking nostalgic feelings about physical settings to avoid accepting the inevitability of death (Kleiner, 1970).
140). His mother kept a “luxury shelf” for him in the refrigerator that was stocked with heavy cream and other delectables. As noted, he suffered from undiagnosed stomach disorders. His omnivorous reading has prominent oral derivatives (Strachey, 1930). Some of the books he was most impressed by, judging from the notes he made about them, were Melville’s Pierre; de Nerval’s Aurelia; Alain-Fornier’s Le Grand Meaulnes; Marianne Moore’s Nevertheless; Stendhal’s The Red and the Black; Garcia Lorca’s Poet in New York; Susan Sontag’s Against Interpretation; Marsden Hartley’s Adventures in the Arts; Romain Rolland’s Essays on Music; Maurice Bowra’s Heritage of Symbolism; William Barrett’s Irrational Man; Karl Menninger’s Man Against Himself; the essays of Francis Bacon; and Arthur Koestler’s Invisible Writings.
P. 310). , p. 382). “I also hang 18 A PSYCHOANALYTIC APPROACH TO VISUAL ARTISTS the largest pictures so that they must be first encountered at close quarters, so that the first experience is to be within the picture,” Rothko asserted. “This may well give the key to the observer of the ideal relationship between himself and the rest of the pictures” (Compton, 1987, p. 59). This quality of engulfment was captured precisely by the painter Andrew Forge: “When I first saw Rothko’s work I felt I had fallen into a dream .