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The message of Greek art.

Author: H H Powers
Publisher: New York, Macmillan, 1913.
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Powers, H.H. (Harry Huntington), 1859-1936.
Message of Greek art.
New York, Macmillan, 1913
(OCoLC)612448721
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: H H Powers
OCLC Number: 1027857
Description: x, 336 pages illustrations, plates frontispiece 20 cm
Contents: Things Greek --
The kingdom of Mino. The Aegean civilization. 3000 -1500 B.C. --
The newcomers and their art. The invasion of the northerners. 1500 -1000 B.C. --
The worshiper and his wooden image. Cult statues. The earliest Greek statue --
Temple builders and painters. Why the Greeks painted the Parthenon --
Art and the tyrants. Piisistratus and his new program for Athens. 560-510 B.C. --
Art and democracy. The democratic reaction and victory over Persia. 510-450 B.C. --
Athens becomes an empire. The Delian league. Pericles and Phidias. 450-100 B.C. --
Art and empire. The building of the Parthenon, the Propylaea and the Erechtheum --
New ideals in art. Phidias and the Parthenon sculptures --
Art and the scientists. Myron: Polyclitus and his canon --
Art and the philosophers. Praxiteles and Scopas. 400-338 B.C. --
The diffusions of art. Greek memorials to the dead --
The mutual conquest. Greece and Alexander. 338-300 B.C. --
Diversion and transfusion. Alexandria, Rhodes, and Peramon. 300-146 B.C.

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