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In aesthetics, the sublime (from the Latin sublīmis) is the quality of greatness, whether physical, ... An object of art could be beautiful yet it could not possess greatness. His Pleasures of the Imagination, as well as Mark Akenside's Pleasures of ...

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Tate glossary definition for sublime: Theory developed by Edmund Burke in the mid eighteenth century, where he defined sublime art as art that refers to a ...

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Explore the power of the sublime. The sublime has long been understood to mean a quality of greatness or grandeur that inspires awe and wonder. From the  ...

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Art and the Sublime; an exhibition of Tate's works dealing with aspects of the Sublime.

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Jan 28, 2019 ... The Sublime via feelings of terror, awe, and infinity have for centuries been represented by important artists.

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Jan 28, 2019 ... The development of concept of The Sublime in Art and discussion of the major trends and ideas in the topic.

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But the sublime is the one major contribution that philosophers have made to art: artists have derived profound inspiration from reflecting on the philosophical ...

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Art and the Sublime. London, Tate Britain, from 1st February to 14 November 2010. 1. James Ward (1769-1859) Gordale Pass, 1812-1814. Oil on canvas - 332.7 ...