Etruscan Art

ISBN-10: 0300064462
ISBN-13: 9780300064469
Edition: 2nd 1995
Authors: Otto J. Brendel
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Description: In this book Brendel demonstrates how the Etruscans were deeply influenced by Greek styles, yet how they appropriated its civic forms and concepts for their own private, aristocratic and luxurious aesthetic.

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Book details

List price: $45.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 1995
Publisher: Yale University Press
Publication date: 10/25/1995
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 536
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.50" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.782
Language: English

In this book Brendel demonstrates how the Etruscans were deeply influenced by Greek styles, yet how they appropriated its civic forms and concepts for their own private, aristocratic and luxurious aesthetic.

Editor's Foreword
Map
Introduction
The Villanovan Style and Geometric Art
The Etruscan Tombs
Orientalizing Art in Etruria
Figurative and Non-Figurative Art
Popular Art
The Rise of Statuary
The Rise of Portraiture
Introduction
Transitional Reliefs and Wall Paintings
Early Archaic Art
Literary Aspects of Archaic Art
Middle Archaic Painting and Metal Reliefs
The Schools of Tarquinia and Caere
Middle Archaic Sculpture in the Round and Minor Arts
Painting and Metalwork
Northern Etruria
Sculpture in Bronze and Stone
Sculpture in Terracotta
Ager Faliscus, Latium, and Rome
Introduction: The Attending Circumstances
Wall Paintings and Stone Reliefs
Proto-Classical Art
The Classical Style in Etruria
Sculpture
Painting
Metal Engraving and Carved Reliefs
Stone Sarcophagi: Reliefs
Stone Sarcophagi: Portraiture
Profile of the Period: The Etruscan Condition
Etruscan Hellenistic
List of Abbreviations
Notes
Select Bibliography
Additional Bibliography 1978-1994
List of Illustrations
Index

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