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The wording of MS A is suﬃciently just about Dante’s dialogue of sight in Il Convivio that it used to be most likely a right away resource. CA v-c, c. ; and Codex Urbinas, r-v, from an unknown resource (Leonardo da Vinci, : nn. , , and ). The passage on MS A, v, is a part of a sequence of heavily comparable passages concerning the approach the painter constructs visible photographs based on imaginative and prescient. those notes contain a quotation, on v, from Dante’s Convivio, . . . –: “Chi pinge ﬁgure / E se non po esser lei, non los angeles po porre” [Whoever painted the ﬁgure, it can't be him, nor can he position it]. First famous by means of Chastel (, ). Dante’s use of optical concept is metaphorical—his actual dialogue issues ethical characteristics. As he explains within the observation to this poem, the virtuous rational soul isn't really corrupted through the area, that's, now not mutated through its transmutation of eﬀects, simply because this kind of soul knows the normal courting among perceptible characteristics and their past, everlasting rules. The painter couldn't paint a ﬁgure if ﬁrst his fantasia didn't have the ability of conceiving the shape of it. another way no matter what shape is conceived within the painter’s fan- Aesthetics sooner than artwork eighty five tasia can be vile or deformed. those discussions of the painter’s psychological approaches are robust facts that Dante’s Convivio was once a right away resource of Leonardo’s rules concerning the means within which the painter “transmutes” his brain into that of nature. See additionally Kemp , esp. ; on Dante’s optics and wonder, see Parronchi , . seventy four. Dante Alighieri, Il Convivio, e-book , canzone (ed. Busnelli and Vandelli, –: . , bringing up Dante’s assets in Avicenna and Aquinas). Passages as overdue as CA v-c, c. , nonetheless bear in mind Dante’s textual content. See extra Kemp , . seventy five. for instance, on CA v-c, c. , mentioned in Farago , . seventy six. Treatise on portray, half , nn. and ; translation mentioned from Farago , and . seventy seven. Kant’s writings at the chic, which affiliate portray with the interior job of aesthetic judgment and sculpture with the (mere) extramental lifestyles of items, are the direct descendant of this multicultural culture. seventy eight. The presence of the divinity within the photograph is a critical factor of the Iconoclastic Controversy, even supposing the problems have been already formulated by means of Pope Gregory the nice within the 6th century (see be aware ); for similar arguments by means of Iconophiles in regards to the loss of presence in icons, see Ladner ; Barber b. seventy nine. Paul the Silentiary, description of Hagia Sophia in Constantinople, 6th century, as stated via Mango (, –). in response to Gage (, ), the literary conference of appreciating marbles for his or her provenance and their coloured veining has its resource within the ﬁrst-century . . Roman poetry of Statius. See Macrides and Magdalino , –. The authors emphasize that ekphrastic texts are, past description, celebratory by way of nature, often brought in ceremonial conditions (). eighty. at the textual culture, see Jones .