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Titel: A Shorter History of Greek Art.
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (.), 1991. Reprint 1st ed.1981. XI,240p. ills. (B&W photographs). Paperback. Small stamp on title page. 'Martin Robertson's 'A History of Greek Art' appeared in 1975 to justly enthousiastic reviews. The Cambridge University Press fortunately realised that there was a market for a shorter version, for they had at their fingertips one of the greatest scholars of Classical Art and Archaeology that the world has yet produced and one who can write so well that his words strike chords in the hearts of scholars and laymen alike. (.) The surgeon retained much of the character of the original, for R. wisely chose to concentrate on a few monuments, rather than lose focus by glancing at everything. (.) It is a compelling story and it is compellingly told. The narrative is smooth, the language chrystal clear and the love for the subject apparent and inspiring.' (DYFRI WILLIAMS in The Classical Review (New Series), 1983, pp.290-91). From the library of the late Prof. W. Geoffrey Arnott. Antiquarian. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 25373
Inhaltsangabe: First published in 1981, this is the shorter work of the two volume set A History of Greek Art, intended for a general readership. The abbreviation has been achieved by the selection of fewer objects for discussion rather than by a more summary treatment and the particular qualities of the larger History have been preserved.
Inhaltsangabe: A heavily illustrated, chronological depiction of the Greek artistic tradition from its emergence in the early archaic period through its achievements in the classical age to the Hellenistic period. This book is an abridgement of Robertson's two-volume A History of Greek Art (CUP, 1976).
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