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Greek and Roman Sculpture in American Collections

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Publication Date: 01/01/1924

222 pages

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  • Preface
  • I. The Archaic Period
  • II. The Period of Transition
  • III. The Great Age: Phidias and Polyclitus
  • IV. The Great Age: Praxiteles and Scopas
  • V. The Hellenistic Period
  • VI. The Roman Period: Graeco-Roman Work
  • VII. The Roman Period: Portraits and Decorative Work
  • VIII. Conclusion: Essential Qualities of Greek and Roman Sculpture

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