Vermeer and violins: science and art — strange bedfellows or partners in crime?

Quincy Whitney has an interesting post at OUP blog. To take on the violins example: . . . Modern violin makers criticized Carleen Hutchins, the 20th century American female who applied acoustical physics to violinmaking and then invented a new family of violins, for “bringing science into the workshop”—even though it was already there. To […]

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