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Art and the Creative Unconscious: Four Essays

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Four essays on the psychological aspects of art. A study of Leonardo treats the work of art, & art itself, not as ends in themselves, but rather as instruments of the artist's inner situation. Two other essays discuss the relation of art to its epoch & specifically the relation of modern art to our own time. An essay on Chagall views this artist in the context of t ...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published April 21st 1971 by Princeton University Press (NJ) (first published April 1st 1971)
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Erich Neumann was a psychologist, writer, and one of Carl Jung's most gifted students.
Neumann received his Ph.D. from the University of Berlin in 1927. He practiced analytical psychology in Tel Aviv from 1934 until his death in 1960. For many years, he regularly returned to Zürich, Switzerland to give lectures at the C. G. Jung Institute. He also lectured frequently in England, France and the Neth
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