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Greek Sculpture and Painting to the End of the Hellenistic Period

by Beazley,,J.D. & Ashmole, Bernard

Condition: Very Good/No Jacket

Cambridge: Cambridge U.P., 1932 Contents: Early Greek art: introduction; Geometric art; Oriental influences & the earliest archaic art; The sixth century, to 520BC: early & middle archaic sculpture; The sixth century, to 520BC: early & middle archaic painting; Late archaic sculpture; Late archaic painting; Early classical sculpture; Early classical painting; Classical sculpture I: the second half of the fifth century; Classical painting I: the second half of the fifth century; Classical sculpture ii: the fourth century; Classical painting ii: the fourth century; Hellenistic art: introduction; Athenian sculptors in the early Hellenistic age, Alexandria; The pupils of Lysippos & the Rhodian school; The first Pergamene school; The second & first centuries; Hellenistic painting. 107p. (+ 52p. plates) This copy some underlining in pencil.. 1st UK Edition.. Cloth. Very Good/No Jacket.


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