By Donald Preziosi,Louise A. Hitchcock
Paintings, pottery, items made up of gold, silver, and ivory, carved reliefs, textiles, and structure, are all absolutely illustrated and mentioned. The authors exhibit the various varied capabilities that this big variety of arts and artifacts served in the cultural and social context of the japanese Mediterranean and close to East.
Combining the newest study and significant ways with an up to date historiography this ebook supplies readers a transparent figuring out of historic Aegean visible arts and of our altering interpretations of this striking era.
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Aegean Art and Architecture (Oxford History of Art) by Donald Preziosi,Louise A. Hitchcock