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Greek sculpture : the archaic period : a handbook / John Boardman.


New York : Oxford University Press, 1978.
ISBN 0195200470, 0195200462

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Subjects Sculpture, Greek.
Series World of art.
Description 252 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Copyright Date 1978.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents The Dark Ages and geometric period -- The orientalizing styles -- Eastern styles in Crete and Greece -- The Daedalic style -- Other early archaic statuary -- Marble and the monumental to about 570 BC -- The first marble sculpture -- Kouroi -- Korai -- Perirrhanteria -- Artists and authors -- The maturing archaic styles to about 530 BC -- Sources -- Kouroi and realism -- Korai -- East Greek sculpture and sculptors -- Attic sculpture and sculptors (Phaidimos, the Rampin master, Aristion of Paros) -- Other areas -- Proportions and techniques -- The later archaic styles to about 480 BC -- Attic sculpture and sculptors (Endoios, Antenor) -- East Greek sculpture and sculptors -- Other areas -- Architectural sculpture -- Placing and character -- The beginnings -- Corfu -- Athens -- Central and south Greece -- Treasuries -- East Greece -- Reliefs -- Grave reliefs -- Votive and other reliefs -- Animals and monsters -- Conclusion.
Geographic Area Greece
Network Numbers (OCoLC)3516410
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WorldCat Identities Boardman, John, 1927-
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