Greek art and architecture [by] John Boardman [and others] Photos. by Max Hirmer.

; Hirmer, Max, 1893-1981, illustrator
New York, H.N. Abrams [1967] .

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
George Washington
WRLC Shared Collections Facility
N 5630 .G713 f Off-site
Request
American
Visual Arts Collection (N-NX,TR) Lower Level
N5630 .A7 Available Request
Georgetown
Lauinger stacks
N5630 .G713 Available Request
Other Title Griechishce Kunst.
Other Authors Boardman, John, 1927-
Hirmer, Max, 1893-1981,
Subjects Architecture grecque.
Architecture, Greek.
Art grec.
Art, Greek.
Description 600 pages illustrations (some color), map, plans 30 cm
Copyright Date [1967]
Notes Translation of Die Griechische Kunst.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 587-588).
Contents Architecture / John Boardman -- Introduction -- Materials -- The origins of Greek monumental architecture -- The orders -- Doric -- Ionic -- Corinthian -- Architectural decoration -- The buildings: their plans and functions -- Altars -- Temples: Doric to fifth century:Greece, the western Greeks, Ionic to the fifth century, the fourth century and later -- Other sacred buildings -- Treasuries -- Buildings for athletics -- Stoas -- Other public buildings -- Tombs -- Houses and palaces -- City and sanctuary plans -- Sculpture, painting and other arts -- Geometric art, 1100-700 B.C. / José Dörig -- Protogeometric art, 1100-900 B.C. -- Early geometric art, 900-850 B.C. -- The severe style of geometric art, 850-800 B.C. -- Ripe geometric art, 800-750 B.C. -- Late geometric art, 750-700 B.C. -- Geometric sculpture -- Themes of geometric art -- Archaic art: 700-500 B.C. / José Dörig -- Earliest archaic painting, 700-660 B.C. -- Earliest archaic sculpture, 700-660 B.C. -- Early archaic sculpture, 660-620 B.C. -- Early archaic painting, 660-620 B.C. -- The severe style of archaic sculpture, 620-570 B.C. -- The severe style of archaic painting, 620-570 B.C. -- Ripe archaic painting, 570-530 B.C.: the Amasis painter, Exekias -- Ripe archaic sculpture, 570-530 B.C.: Mikkiades and Achermos, Phaidimos, the Rampin master -- Late archaic art, 530-500 B.C. -- Late archaic painting, 530-500 B.C. -- Late archaic sculpture: Endoios, Antenor -- Coins in the archaic period / Max Hirmer.
The early classical period, the Severe style: 500-450 B.C. / José Dörig -- Painting: the Kleophrades painter, Makron, the Pan painter, Douris, the Berlin painter, the Brygos painter, Polygnotos of Thasos and his circle-- The sculptors: Kalon of Aegina, Onatas, Kritios and Nesiotes, the Olympia master -- Coins in the first half of the fifth century B.C. / Max Hirmer -- High classicism: 450-400 B.C. / José Dörig -- The sculptors: Pheidias, Kalamis, Myron of Eleutherai, Polykleitos of Argos -- High classical painting: Parrhasios, Apollodoros, Zeuxis of Herakleia -- Sculpture of the rich style -- Coins in the second half of the fifth century B.C. / Max Hirmer -- The late classical period: 400-323 B.C. / José Dörig -- The sculptors: Naukydes, Daidolos, Timotheos, Praxiteles, Leochares, Skopas, Bryaxis, Silanion, Lysippos -- Late classical painting: Euphranor of the Isthmos, Apelles of Kolophon, the Alexander mosaic, the mosaics of Pella in Macedonia -- Coins in the fourth century B.C. / Max Hirmer -- Hellenistic art: 323-32 B.C. / Werner Fuchs -- Early Hellenistic art, 323-ca. 225 B.C. -- High Hellenistic art, circa 225-ca. 160 B.C. -- Late Hellenistic art, circa 160-31 B.C. -- Painting and drawing -- Coins in the Hellenistic period / Max Hirmer.
Geographic Area Greece
Network Numbers (OCoLC)243521
(OCoLC)ocm00243521
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat

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