Greek Sculpture: Its Spirit and Principles

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SELECTED AND GRADED BIBLIOGRAPHY
NOTE. -- The numbers prefixed to the titles of the books designate the groups to which the books belong. Group 1 consists of those books which the interested reader will find most valuable. The serious student will need those of Group 2, and the specialist those of Group 3.Complete bibliographies of most of the statues and reliefs discussed in this book are contained in the catalogues by Edward Robinson and Frederichs-Wolters, mentioned below.GENERAL BOOKS
JOHN RUSKIN. Aratra Pentelici, Six Lectures on Sculpture. Very inspiring but, like all of the writings of Mr. Ruskin, to be used with care.
BALDWIN BROWN. The Fine Arts.
SIR CHARLES EASTLAKE. Contributions to the Fine Arts. Expensive but invaluable.
INTRODUCTORY BOOKS
F. B. TARBELL. A History of Greek Art. Short and concise.
ERNEST GARDNER. Handbook of Greek Sculpture. Excellent archæological presentation of the subject.
E. VON MACH. Sculpture, Greek and Roman. Published in Progress ( January, 1901) by International Art Association, Chicago; republished among the University Lectures on Art. An attempt at a short, popular presentation of the subject.
KEKULÉ VON STRADONITZ. The chapter on "Greek Art" in Bädeker Greece. Not illustrated but very interesting.
COMPLETE AND FULLY ILLUSTRATED HISTORIES OF GREEK ART
MAXIME COLLIGNON. Written in French, also German translation.
JOHANNES OVERBECK. Written in German, the most reliable.
MRS. LUCY MITCHELL. An American author. Good but somewhat antiquated.

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