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Athenian black figure vases [ Ouvrage] : a handbook / [Boardman, John]

Publication : London : Thames and Hudson, 1995, cop. 1974 Description : 252 p.ISBN : 0500201382.Langue : Anglais. Auteur principal: Boardman, John (1927-....) Résumé : Athenian black figure vases bear the work of consummate artists, like Exekias, who depicted on them scenes of myth and everyday life which deepen our knowledge and understanding of Greck antiquity. In this handbook John Boardman enables the reader to study the many aspects of the vases, and to grasp the essential style of a painter or, group of painters, without having to consult a number of expansive, and not always casino, accessible, publications.A final section is devoted to the mythological scenes and other décorative features of the vases. Professor Boardman is also the author of Athenian Red Figure Vases: The Archaic Period, published ln the World of Art. 'Demonstrates a broad and penetrating grasp of Greek art and archaeology ... compréhensive and concise yet never offers less than adequate discussion in crisp, lucid prose' (The Times Literary Supplement) 'Wlll undoubtedly become a standard work of refèrence for many classical students and teachers' (Journal of Hellenic Studies)..Sujets:céramique -- style à figures rouges -- style à figures noires -- peinture -- religion grecque -- iconographie Chrono: Antiquité grecque Lieux: Athènes Mots libres: représentation figurée .
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Athenian black figure vases bear the work of consummate artists, like Exekias, who depicted on them scenes of myth and everyday life which deepen our knowledge and understanding of Greck antiquity. In this handbook John Boardman enables the reader to study the many aspects of the vases, and to grasp the essential style of a painter or, group of painters, without having to consult a number of expansive, and not always casino, accessible, publications.A final section is devoted to the mythological scenes and other décorative features of the vases. Professor Boardman is also the author of Athenian Red Figure Vases: The Archaic Period, published ln the World of Art. 'Demonstrates a broad and penetrating grasp of Greek art and archaeology ... compréhensive and concise yet never offers less than adequate discussion in crisp, lucid prose' (The Times Literary Supplement) 'Wlll undoubtedly become a standard work of refèrence for many classical students and teachers' (Journal of Hellenic Studies).

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