El fl?neur y la flaneuse en la historia de la pintura, el cine, la fotograf?a y la ilustraci?n

The fl?neur, as a social recognizable type, has been represented since the XIX century on visual culture (paintings, illustrations, films and photography). Flanerie is developed through time, thus in the case of painting, the art of space, there are certain difficulties to characterize it. In any ca...

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Main Author: Cuvardic Garc?a, Dorde
Format: Artículo
Language: Español
Published: 2015
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Online Access: http://revistas.ucr.ac.cr/index.php/filyling/article/view/12195
http://hdl.handle.net/10669/14489
Summary: The fl?neur, as a social recognizable type, has been represented since the XIX century on visual culture (paintings, illustrations, films and photography). Flanerie is developed through time, thus in the case of painting, the art of space, there are certain difficulties to characterize it. In any case, fl?neurs are generally identified by their clothing, their expressions, and the use of space they adopt. In these cases, they are often assimilated to the idle dandy taking a stroll. On the other hand, some painters have been identified as fl?neurs. Moreover, the fl?neur's point of view is visualized on paintings from a fragmentary, random and off-centered framing of public spaces. Finally, within the film and photography theory, the camera look over the street has also been understood as flanerie. Likewise, some researchers have tried to identify the fl?neur and the flaneuse in their character roles through film history.