Greek Sculpture: Its Spirit and Principles

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ILLUSTRATIONS
The illustrations are from original photographs unless otherwise stated. The majority are reproductions of photographs and of plates in the Harvard University collections, for the use of which the author is greatly indebted to the courtesy of the curator, Professor Charles H. Moore, and of the librarian, Mr. W.C. Lane.Illustrations which are taken from the Brunn-Arndt collection of plates are marked B. A., With the numbers of the plates added.
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Demeter of Knidos: London, British Museum Frontispience
Bust of Perikles: London, British Museum2
Sophokles: Rome, Lateran Museum8
Apollo from Olympia: Olympia Museum18
Nike of Samothrace: Paris, Louvre Museum30
Horsemen, west frieze of Parthenon: Athens(in original position on Parthenon; B. A., 503)38
Amazons, frieze of Maussoleion: London, British Museum46
Battle scene, frieze of Theseion: Athens, Theseion (B. A., 407)54
East and west friezes of Parthenon (from Michaelis, Der Parthenon, Pls. IX and XIV)60
"Venus Genetrix": Paris, Louvre Museum68
"Apollo" of Tenea: Munich, Glyptothek80
Artemis of Gabii: Paris, Louvre Museum92
Figure from the bottom of the sea: Athens, National Museum100
"Hera" of Samos: Paris, Louvre Museum106
Hermes and a "Grace": Paris, Louvre Museum134
Akropolis figure (head): Athens, Akropolis Museum144
Aristogeiton: Naples Museum (B. A., 326)158
Discus Thrower, after Myron: London, British Museum168
Spearman of Aigina: Munich, Glyptothek178
Peirithoös (head): Olympia Museum188
Lemnian Athena (head): Bologna Museum (from Furtwängler, Meisterwerke, Pl. III202
Seated gods, east frieze, Parthenon: London, British Museum212
Horsemen, west frieze, Parthenon: Athens (in original position on ParThenon)218
The "Three Fates," east pediment, Parthenon: London, British Museum232
Hera (head from Argos, correct view): Athens, National Museum248
Hermes of Praxiteles(head): Olympia Museum262

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