Making Sense of Greek Art
Edited by Viccy Coltman
Viccy Coltman is Senior Lecturer in the History of Art at the University of Edinburgh and has held visiting fellowships at the British School at Rome; Center for British Art; Yale University; the National Gallery of Art in Washington; IASH (Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanties, University of Edinburgh); CRASSH (Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Cambridge); and the Huntington Library, California.
List of illustrations Introduction 1: Contextual Iconography: the Horses of Artemis Orthia; Nicki Waugh 2: Reconsidering the Meanings of Athenian Figured Vases; Zosia Archibald 3: Reflections of Greek Myth in Etruria: Thetis; Vedia Izzet 4: Aphrodite's Mirror: Reflections of Greek Art in Roman Houses; Shelley Hales 5: The Archaic Style in Sculpture in the Eyes of Ancient and Modern Viewers; Christopher Hallett 6: Jacques-Louis David, the Greek Ideal, and an Alternative; Ed Lilley 7: 'The Most Ancient Monuments of the Fine Arts': Collecting and Displaying Greek Vases in Early Nineteenth-Century English Interiors; Viccy Coltman 8: Sculpturae uitam insufflat pictura: Breathing Life into Greek Sculpture in the Works of Lawrence Alma-Tadema and Jean-Leon Gerome; Genevieve Liveley 9: 'Living Alma-Tadema Pictures': Hypatia at The Haymarket Theatre; Michael Liversidge 10: Marbles for the Masses: the Elgin Marbles at the Crystal Palace, Sydenham; Kate Nichols Bibliography Index
Size: 240 x 163 mm
Publication: August 25, 2012