More than 70 years after its first publication in German, Artistry of the Mentally Ill by Hans Prinzhorn remains a classic concerning the borderland between. Front Cover. Hans Prinzhorn. Springer, – Art and mental illness – pages Artistry of the Mentally Ill: A Contribution to the Psychology and. Title, Prinzhorn: Artistry Mentally, Ill. Author, Hans Prinzhorn. Edition, illustrated, reprint. Publisher, Springer-Verlag, Original from, the University of.
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This book represents one of the first attempts to analyze the artistic work of the mentally ill. Skip to content Advertisements. From Brains to ConsciousnessIgor Aleksander: Just as expressions portray our emotions, the gestures we.
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