Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1988. Hardcover. VG; light wear to dj spine that's been repaired with tape in inside. Former owner's name (university professor of classical art) on ffep.. Maroon boards with gilt lettering. Glossy, grey dj with maroon lettering and image. 246 pp. with bw illus. throughout, numbered by chapter. Freestanding bronze statuary was the primary mode of artistic expression in classical Greece, yet it was not until the nineteenth century that any original large statues of that period were unearthed. Carol C. Mattusch enriches our knowledge of this beloved but elusive art form in a comprehensive study of the style and techniques of bronze statuary during the Archaic (6th century B.C.) and Classical (5th century B.C.) periods. (Inventory #: 155814)
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