Is There a Timeless Truth for Good Arrangement of Paintings in Art Galleries and Museums? : An Experimental Investigation of the Barnes Collection

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Hayn-Leichsenring, Gregor U.
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Empirical Studies of the Arts. Sage. ISSN 0276-2374. eISSN 1541-4493. Available under: doi: 10.1177/02762374241252108
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The Barnes Foundation is a traditional art collection and it is one of a kind as for the assorted hanging of the paintings. The sophisticated wall compositions by Albert Barnes were created as a tool for art education, and they have not been altered since 1951. Today, we are interested whether Barnes’ taste withstood the test of time. We asked participants in an online study to create their own hangings on five of the original gallery walls, and also tested whether beholders are able to identify a missing painting from a selection of suitable alternatives. Results show that Barnes’ motifs are reproduced by a significant number of participants and that experts produce more Barnes-like displays than naive participants. We conclude that Albert Barnes based his choices at least to some degree on universally valid visual aspects that are still understood today, especially by people trained in the visual domain.

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experimental aesthetics, exhibition design, wall composition, method of production, method of choice, visual balance
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ISO 690THÖMMES, Katja, Ronald HÜBNER, Gregor U. HAYN-LEICHSENRING, 2024. Is There a Timeless Truth for Good Arrangement of Paintings in Art Galleries and Museums? : An Experimental Investigation of the Barnes Collection. In: Empirical Studies of the Arts. Sage. ISSN 0276-2374. eISSN 1541-4493. Available under: doi: 10.1177/02762374241252108
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  journal={Empirical Studies of the Arts},
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