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Briefly about the main movements as they are seen by the Dutch philosophers.
As an illustration, we showed a map of the first edition of Aristotle's book "Nicomachean Ethics" on a black and white slide.
A short trip around the map from point A to point B. This map shows works from the Decameron series by Boccaccio with references, as well as the first introduction for the most famous stories of the "Ten Quarters". Let me remind you that the action takes place in the 15th century (that is, during the Renaissance), in the Italian city of Forli, whose inhabitants are mainly busy expelling rubbish from their quarters, or "tithes", in order to be able to breathe relatively freely. Whether this was a real situation, or whether Boccacho simply gives way to the artist's imagination, it is difficult to say now. But what this map reflects quite accurately is the ancient theory, according to which people were divided into three classes: philosophers, artists and doctors. The first two ruled the city like dictators and deified their power in every possible way, while the artists were the best friends of the people.
So, many Dutch researchers of the history of Aristotle's work (and some other philosophers) believe that for the first editions of Nicomache, which Aristotle speaks of, a special cover design should have been made, namely coloring in different colors and using fonts of different sizes, so that everyone can see that this book is not for understanding, but for pleasure.
This "markup" makes the book very harmonious. That is why its first edition is not only richly illustrated, but also equipped with special raster and vector illustrations from real artists who not only create illustrations, but are also part-time designers.
If you are wondering which artists were involved in the creation of the first edition, and what, in fact, served as the basis for the cover and illustrations, you can visit the Emerald Weave exhibition, which runs until December 10 in Regina City, where some copies of the first edition are presented.
The exhibition is organized in honor of Daniel de Zou, the artist who "defined the fashion" in the art of the late 16th - early 17th century. The exhibition presents all the famous paintings by de Soux with famous illustrations for ancient authors. Own f02ee7bd2b