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The Greek Tradition in Sculpture

The Greek Tradition in Sculpture

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1930. From the Johns Hopkins University Studies in Archaeology No. 7 edited by David M. Robinson. No art was more popular in Greece than sculpture, and in none did the Greeks reveal their genius more completely and abidingly. In this volume Agard examines what characteristics have made its influence so potent. Contents: Greek Sculpture; The Sculpture of Rome; The Lingering Tradition; The Renaissance; Classicism and Neoclassicism; and The Modern Debt to Greek Sculpture.