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Greek painting.

; Oliver, Andrew, Jr., 1936- donor ; Oliver Book Collection for Classical and Near Eastern Studies
[Geneva] Skira [1959] .
ISBN 0847802000, 9780302000526, 0302000526

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Other Authors Oliver, Andrew, 1936-
Oliver Book Collection for Classical and Near Eastern Studies.
Subjects Painting, Greek.
Series Great centuries of painting.
Description 193 pages mounted color illustrations, map 29 cm.
Copyright Date [1959]
Notes One copy is part of: the Andrew Oliver Book Collection for Classical and Near Eastern Studies.
Contents Colour in Greek painting -- Loss of monumental painting -- Vase-painting and its relation to painting in other media -- Painted pottery -- Wall-painting -- Cretan sarcophagus with painted scenes -- Revival of figure-work on painted pottery -- The 'geometric' style -- Painted metopes -- 'Black-figure' technique and separation of vase-painters' style form that of other painters -- Rivalry of Corinthian and Athenian potteries ending in supremacy of Athens -- Remains of panel-painting -- 'Red-figure' technique: relation to painting in other media and to black-figure -- Beginnings of concern with third dimension -- 'White-ground' technique of vase-painting and rapprochement with painting in other media -- Echoes of spatial innovations in red-figure and white-ground vase-painting -- White-ground masterpieces (cups) -- White-ground funeral 'Lekythoi' of Periclean and later Athens -- Painted tombstones -- Chiaroscuro -- Burlesque and stage influence -- "Gnathia' technique of vase-painting, and echoes of developments in chiaroscuro and perspective -- The "Alexander mosaic' -- History of mosaic technique: mosaics form Pella -- Painted tombstones and tomb-chambers -- Polychrome vase-paintings from Sicily and their relation to Roman wall-paintings -- Perspective, freedom of handling and atmospheric effects.
Other Identifiers BX59012317
Geographic Area Greece
Network Numbers (OCoLC)487616
(OCoLC)ocm00487616
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Robertson, Martin
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