An introduction to Greek art : sculpture and vase painting in the archaic and classical periods

"The four centuries between the composition of the Homeric epics and the conquests of Alexander the Great witnessed an immensely creative period in Greek art, one full of experimentation and innovation. But time has taken its toll; damaged statues have lost their colour and wall paintings have...

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Main Author: Woodford, Susan (Author)
Document Type: Book
Published: London [u.a.] : Bloomsbury , 2015
Edition:2. ed.
Series:Classical studies
Online Access:Cover
Related Items:Rezensiert in: [Rezension von: Susan Woodford, An introduction to Greek art. Sculpture and vase painting in the archaic and classical periods]
Author Notes:Susan Woodford
Table of Contents:
  • BeginningsAttic Black-Figure Vase Painting
  • Archaic Architectural Sculpture
  • Archaic Free-standing Statues and Grave Stelai
  • Early Red-Figure Vase Painting
  • Early Classical Sculpture
  • Early Classical Architectural Sculpture: the Temple of Zeus at Olympia
  • Early Classical Painting and Vase Painting
  • High Classical Architectural Sculpture: the Parthenon
  • High Classical Sculpture and Vase Painting
  • Art in the Last Quarter of the 5th century BC
  • Sculpture in the 4th century BC: The Opening of New Horizons
  • Art in Greek Society.