by National Gallery of Art, Distributed by the University Press of New England in Washington, Hanover .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Diana Buitron-Oliver.|
|Series||Studies in the history of art,, 32., Symposium papers ;, 16, Studies in the history of art (Washington, D.C.) ;, 32., Studies in the history of art (Washington, D.C.)., 16.|
|LC Classifications||N386.U5 S78 vol. 32, N5630 S78 vol. 32|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||308 p. :|
|Number of Pages||308|
|LC Control Number||92142185|
A significant trend in the study of Greek and Roman historiographers is to accept that their works are to a degree both science and fiction. As scholarly interest broadens, in addition to evaluating ancient historians on the basis of the reliability of the information they record, and verifying the narratives against various elements of the material (inscriptions, excavations, numismatics. Prologue --Introduction --I. Perspective in Greek Art: Geometric Period --II. The Orientalizing and Earlier Archaic Periods --III. the Later Archaic and Early Classical Periods --IV. The Second Half of the Fifth Century B.C. --V. The Fourth Century B.C. and the Hellenistic Period --VI. This Greek revolution involved developing the technical means by which forms, shadows, general foreshortening, a rough idea of linear perspective, and the use of colors to suggest depth of field. These developments occurred near the end of the Hellenistic period. A new approach to the ancient world is only too often a wrong approach, unless it is based on some concrete discovery. But I think it fair to talk of new perspectives, at least, in the study of Greek nly the old and familiar ones are no longer adequate.
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