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Garma (1955). EL SIGNIFICADO INCONSCIENTE DE DIVERSAS ORNAMENTACIONES CURVAS. Rev. psicoanál., 12(1):1-17.

(1955). Revista de Psicoanálisis, 12(1):1-17

EL SIGNIFICADO INCONSCIENTE DE DIVERSAS ORNAMENTACIONES CURVAS

Ángel Garma

Arabescos y grotescos

El origen de los grotescos fueron las ornamentaciones encontradas en las grutas (“grotta”) de los baños de Tito o en la Domus Aurea de Nerón en Roma. Son los grotescos (fig. 1, que representa solamente la mitad derecha del grotesco) adornos fantásticos, con figuras humanas o de animales, rodeados de ramajes encorvados.

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