Catherine Wiley has written on the intersection of aesthetics, sexuality, and identity formation, particularly in the work of late-Victorian essayists such as Walter Pater and Vernon Lee, originally stemming from a curiosity about the dramatic shift from Victorian forms of literature to those of modernist texts.
The Renaissance is a series of essays by Walter Pater written between 1867 and 1877 and was published as a collection in multiple editions. In each essay Pater critiques a specific renaissance artist or poet and emphasizes the importance of embracing the beauty and experience of art rather than judging a work of art by its accuracy or the moral standing of the artist.
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The essays fall into two distinct groups that serve to mutually illustrate one another: one group dealing with Greek mythology and literature, the other with the history of Greek sculpture and architecture About the AuthorWalter Pater (1839-1894) was English essayist and critic.