The description for this book, The Voices of Silence: Man and his Art. (Abridged from The Psychology of Art), will be forthcoming.
"This massive study is one of the most important works of criticism of the twentieth century. . . . Pithy, knowledgeable, and opinionated readings of 638 illustrations make the book thoroughly enjoyable to read."—Accent
"It is hard to judge very brilliant books, which may dazzle, deafen, and stun when they explode under our noses . . . but I have finally been brought to the conclusion that Malraux's history of art is not simply one of his best productions but perhaps one of the really great books of our time."—Edmund Wilson
"Nowhere else in modern art criticism can we find so magnificent a style (which combines the sumptuousness of Chateaubriand with the nervous intensity of Pascal) allied to so vast a knowledge of cultural, religious, and artistic history.A towering achievement."—Joseph Frank
Announcing the launch of the Princeton University Press Ideas Podcast. Listen to our first episode.