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even displays a portrait of this magical correspondences. "Portrait, all probability, arose from a magical counterpart, and in our days, whentotally different structure of consciousness, all signs related to humanpersonality, such as: name, handle, which particular hero signeda historical document, a portrait of him, a cane or hat -- all this hasgreat importance in the practical symbolism" (Gabrichevsky A. G.The portrait as a problem of image // the Art of portraiture. -- M., 1928. P.64). In the case of the portrait there is an interesting paradox, which says the numberresearchers. Its essence lies in the fact that in the basis of a portrait liesthe confidence of the viewer in resemblance to the depicted person, but at the same time it's notmakes no sense, because we do not know really this person.N. And.Zhinkin writes about this as follows: "the portrait should besimilar to personality, or, better, should show a way of identity, i.e., to include ina impersonation, but it doesn't matter -- who are the real mediathis person, let him or no he's changed and died, the portrait will remaina portrait" (Zhinkin N. And. decree. Op. p. 41). Starting from the portrait,we are trying to recreate the original, following the path outlinedB. V. Shaposhnikov. "Portrait of the more a portrait than clearlywe can restore the original to its idealization and more than thisthe original will be to coincide with the idealized image, which werecreating on the basis of a portrait as a picture" (Shaposhnikov, B. V. Portrait andthe original // the Art of portraiture. - M., 1928. P. 83). The similarity is not yet a portrait, until it became artreality and pure only semiotically A. G. Gabrichevskystressesisolation, ogranichennosti of the art world from the real world. In oneplace he says of the painting that it is "insulated internally cutplane as the carrier of the artistic image" (A. G. Gabrichevsky, the decree.Op. P. 63). The other-argues that "every artartwork is (...) enclosed microcosm, it poses to yourself andisolated visual system, troumaca special internallaws. a unique, detached from any other type of existence."(P. 54). And in order to more clearly disclose and describe thisthe art world, he introduces three kinds of expressive signs.
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