Anticipating, recalling, and their occupations in medieval arts

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Tahreer Mohammed Mutar, Iman Amer Nama


         The importance of the research came by shedding light on the nature of retrieval and anticipation and the mechanisms of its work with artistic work and by linking between the literary arts and the plastic arts to create an aesthetic based on retrieval and anticipation and through them lies the importance of the research and their close connection with the reality of life, and the current research represents a modest contribution to reading the plastic discourse of medieval drawings, The artist contributes to how to deal with artworks through the two concepts of anticipation and retrieval. The current research goal was to identify (anticipating and retrieval and their work in the Middle Ages). The problem of the current research was determined by trying to find out: What is anticipation and retrieval and their activities and how they were reflected in the medieval arts through the artists’ works for the period (476-1500) As for the theoretical framework, it included two topics, the first (time occupations in anticipation and retrieval) and the second (the artistic image of anticipation and retrieval in the Middle Ages). And retrieval according to the forms of religious belief and connotations in the artistic achievement, we also see anticipation and The retrieval changes from one vision to another on the basis of the photographer’s personal experiences and religious psychological motives, but in general it does not go beyond the reality followed. As for the recommendations of the research, they are: - The necessity of informing researchers, scholars and arts about anticipating and retrieving that characterized medieval artworks, and to supply libraries that search in The arts of the middle stage with references and their impact on the arts.

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