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Archaic and Classical Greek Art [Anglais] [Broché]

Robin Osborne

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a different approach suggesting new perspectives and original connections ... eye-opening and thought-provoking (Professor François Lissarrague, Ecoles des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris)

brings all that is best in the 'new' Classical art history to this exciting interpretation ... No reader of Osborne's stimulating and engaging book will come away with their vision of Greek art unchanged (Dr Jeremy Tanner, Institute of Archaeology, University of London)

Students of art will be intrigued and challenged by the methods employed and examples so cleverly chosen by one of our leading historians of Archaic and Classical Greece (Professor Joan Connelly, New York University)

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This fascinating new account of what happened in Greece from c.800 to 323 bc shows how sculptors and painters responded to the challenges they faced in the extremely formidable and ambitious world of the Greek city-state. The numerous symbols and images employed by their eastern Mediterranean neighbours on the one hand, and the explorations of what it was to be human embodied in the narratives with which Greek poets worked on the other, helped produce the rich diversity of forms apparent in Greek art. The drawings and sculptures of this period referred so intimately to the human form as to lead both ancient and modern theorists to talk in terms of the 'mimetic' role of art. The importance of what occurred still affects the way we see today. Ranging widely over the fields of sculpture, vase painting and the minor arts, this book provides a clear introduction to the art of archaic and classical Greece. By looking closely at the context in which and for which sculptures and paintings were produced, Robin Osborne demonstrates how artistic developments were both a product of, and contributed to, the intensely competitive life of the Greek city. 'brilliantly illustrates the purpose of this new series by focusing on the social and political context of Greek art . . . a different approach suggesting new perspectives and original connections . . . eye-opening and thought-provoking' Professor François Lissarrague, Ecoles des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris 'brings all that is best in the 'new' Classical art history to this exciting interpretation . . . No reader of Osborne's stimulating and engaging book will come away with their vision of Greek art unchanged' Jeremy Tanner, Institute of Archaeology, University of London

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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Art history not for art lovers 8 mai 2013
Par Thresholder - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Just a brief word on this volume, which reflects the characteristics of the series.

This book approaches its topic in a sort of post-historical fashion. It attempts to go beyond all the traditional things one might say about the Greek tradition, with the result that, in the end, it says fairly little about the art itself. If you are looking for a discussion of how mimetic and ideal emphases can actually be seen in the style and techniques of the art, you may be disappointed.

I have gradually come to the conclusion that this series of books on art really don't have that much to say about paintings, sculptures, friezes, and what we can see in them.

I was disappointed.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Archaic and Classical Greek Art 24 juillet 2013
Par Norm - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Excellent book, a strong addition to my art library. Also, the purchase itself was highly satisfactory, $1.52 for an art history book in nearly new condition, and prompt delivery.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Really worth reading 6 mars 2002
Par Hans van der Velde - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book gave me a new look into greek art. I have read a lot of books about this period and I found that Robin Osborne added new viewpoints. I liked his style of writing, it invited me to read on.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Enjoyable, at best 17 février 2007
Par Kerstyn - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Archaic and Classical Greek Art is good supplementary reading if you're into art history or classics that focus on ancient Greece. While the text isn't too exciting, the pretty pictures make up for it; if ever you need to make a presentation on the reading, you can do what I did and talk about how pretty the pictures were. And while the text is a bit boring, it's simple and concise, which would be lifesaving attributes if you're reading it 5 minutes before class. It's an ideal introduction into the subject matter; the content is easy enough to understand and the pictures make it enticing enough to pursue.

On a more general scale, why 4 stars? Because to a classics nerd, it's vastly exciting delving into the world of ancient Greece when it's completely unrelated to school. So I read it after we were tested on it and found it all the more enjoyable.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 It's OK 8 août 2001
Par J. S. Gilbert - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Well, once you get past Osborne's pedantic writing, it's an informative treatment of the subject. But, doesn't most academic writing suffer from the "write-like-it's-a-lecture" syndrome? I guess I'll always be a scientist at heart, never a humanist.
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