Pat Getz-Gentle provides a clear and detailed survey of the Cycladic period, an early Bronze Age culture that thrived at the heart of the Aegean. In particular, she emphasizes the steps leading to the iconic, reclining folded-arm figure that uniquely defines the Cycladic era. Getz-Gentle also focuses on the personal aesthetics of fifteen carvers, several of whom are identified and discussed in this volume. New to this paperback edition is an expanded bibliography as well an addendum that contains additional works Getz-Gentle has attributed to some of the fifteen Cycladic sculptors she discusses in her book.I wish to thank Pat Getz-Gentle for helping me to express myself in English. ... 23), this work, singled out also by Majewski as a prime example of proportional repeti a tion, conforms with only minimal deviations to the four-part system; moreoveranbsp;...
|Title||:||Personal Styles in Early Cycladic Sculpture|
|Publisher||:||University of Wisconsin Pres - 2013-08-13|