Abstract / Description of output
This is an editorial essay introducing the significance of the contents of volume 7 issue 4 of Art in Translation. The issue brings together four articles (3 of which are primary source texts) dating from the late 19th to the 21st century, translated for the first time from German, Spanish and Lithuanian into English for a wide English-speaking readership. The editorial addresses diverse topics related to these articles, including empathy theory (Vischer), the perception of El Greco as a proto-modernist in the nineteenth and early twentieth century, and the reception of Lithuanian design in the late 1960s in London.
Keywords / Materials (for Non-textual outputs)
- Reception theory
- El Greco
- Santiago Rusiñol
- Lithuanian design