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A Digital Thematic Research Collection
   contributing to distant viewing, macroanalysis
and the quantitative approach in art history


 <...between ... "everything included"  and ... "etcetera".>
Umberto Eco: Introduction, 'The Infinity of Lists',2009.



Welcome

Welcome News : Venus as Muse – Figurations of the Creative
* Why 'Aphrodite / Venus Iconography' ?
* Who 's afraid of the quantitative approach ?
* Objectives of the site


Introduction : a remarkable finding and non-parametric statistics
* Lotka's law of scientific (and artistic ?) productivity
* Research Paper 1 (2008)  * Research Paper 2 (2008)
* Research Paper 3 (2009)  * Research Paper 4 (2010)
* Research Paper 5 (2011)
* Statistics in Art History I-VI


Links

* Illustrated List of Aphrodite / Venus Art Exhibitions and other Events
Introduction : the role of Topical Catalogues and methodology with fully searchable PDFs free available at Internet Archive
* Volume 1.1 The Italian Venus (2007)
* Volume 2.1 The French Venus (2008)
* Volume 3.1 The Venus of the Low Countries (2010)
* Volume 4.1 The German, Swiss and Central-European Venus (2012)
* Volume 5.1 The British and Irish Venus (2013)
* Volume 6.1 The Venus of the Eastern-, Southern- and Northern-European Regions (2014)

Connectivity Maps

Introduction : what are Connectivity Maps using VUE ?
* BOTTICELLI 's Three Venuses
* TIZIANO 's Venus with the Musician
* WATTEAU 's Embarquement pour Cythère



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My Blog: Iconography in Art History

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