4 edition of Ancient portraiture found in the catalog.
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|Statement||organized by Marit Jentoft-Nilsen.|
|Contributions||Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.|
|LC Classifications||CJ161.P65 J46|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||80012184|
Genre/Form: Portraits: Additional Physical Format: Online version: L'Orange, Hans Peter, Apotheosis in ancient portraiture. New Rochelle, N.Y.: Caratzas. This book is important because it dispels misconceptions about the Greek portrait and offers an alternate account of its development. Conventional thinking has it that Greek portraits only flourished in the Hellenistic period. More recently, images of fourth-century intellectuals and civic leaders (“role portraits”) have been neatly categorized as distinct types.
The history of photography began in remote antiquity with the discovery of two critical principles: camera obscura image projection and the observation that some substances are visibly altered by exposure to light. There are no artifacts or descriptions that indicate any attempt to capture images with light sensitive materials prior to the 18th century (with the arguable exception of a. Many Greek and Roman migrants began to adopt ancient Egyptian customs and traditions, and it is in this context that the Al Fayum portraits were developed. Man with sword belt, British Museum. Mummification was an ancient tradition in Egypt, but Roman and Greek influences began to shape the ways in which it was practiced.
Portrait sculptures are among the most vibrant records of ancient Greek and Roman culture. They represent people of all ages and social strata: revered poets and philosophers, emperors and their family members, military heroes, local dignitaries, ordinary citizens, and young children. Fascinating and haunting. A collection of mummy portrait paintings from Egypt under Roman rule, first to third A.D. Some of the earliest portraits in existence, very exquisite. This was first published as a companion book to the Met exhibit in , /5(2).
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This book was in VG condition. The portraits shoot you right back in time as you gaze into their eyes, so realistic--unlike other ancient stylized portraiture. I have seen a few of them in other books in my classical history collection, wonderful to see so many together in one by: Ancient History Encyclopedia receives a small commission for each book sold through our affiliate partners.
Recommended By Numerous Ancient portraiture book institutions recommend us, including Oxford University Ancient portraiture book Michigan State University and University of Missouri. An attractive book in green cloth with a solid binding and a clean tight unmarked text.
Book includes index, notes, and BW photos. Breckenridge was the first to attempt a systematic survey of the history of the portrait as an art form. ; Always Delivery Confirmation. 35 Years Fast Excellent Service. We Know How To Pack Books.
Seller Inventory. Ancient Greek Portrait Sculpture Author: Sheila Dillon Publish On: This book offers a new approach to the history of Greek portraiture by focusing on portraits without names.
The book is nicely balanced with an introduction by the author, an article on the form and function of ancient trees by Todd Forrest, 62 tree pictures followed by 15 pages of captions, closing comments on the art of the tree by Steven Brown, and a 2-page index of the trees shown/5().
explore the mysterious world of portraiture this book is an excellent choice. The author assumed the difficult task of providing a clear, comprehensive overview of the history of portraits and portraiture from the ancient world, through the Renaissance to modern art.I would give this book the best rating.
If you want an inside look at the working life of the most high-profile portrait photographer on Earth, look no further. In fact, I rate Annie Leibovitz' At Work as the second best portrait photography book behind 50 Portraits, and it's 10 times better than Annie's Master Class.
At Work is full of in-depth accounts of Annie's best-known portrait sessions, and also includes a helpful technical. Portraiture as a genre evolved rapidly following its long dormancy, with the advent of the new ideas about Humanism.
Painting is a language of expression with its own grammar and vocabulary and during the fourteenth century objects were given a third dimension. The portrait as a record of an individual’s personal appearance is one of the most successful and enduring genres of ancient Roman art.
Romans liked to surround themselves with the images of Greek sages, whom they admired and they placed them in their homes. The traditions of portraiture in the West extend back to antiquity and particularly to ancient Greece and Rome, where lifelike depictions of distinguished men and women appeared in sculpture and on coins.
After many centuries in which generic representation had been the norm, distinctive portrait likenesses began to reappear in Europe in the.
An interesting modern example of the genre is James Ensor's strange Self-Portrait (Uffizi), in which the artist appears as the only real being among a host of grotesques. The Evolution of Portrait Painting Portrait art has taken many forms; variation in styles and tastes has contributed as much to portrait art as to other modes of artistic.
The Fayum portraits are by far the most important body of portraiture to have survived antiquity. Reproduced in this arresting book are some of the finest of the more than 1, extant images - of men, women, and children, young and old, plain and beautiful - all of whom seem uncannily alive.5/5(1).
This is an excellent survey of portrait art from ancient to modern times with a great bibliography, lots of references, and good illustrations.
I appreciated the historic timeline and a list of websites for further research. I'd recommend this book for anyone interested in portraiture. As a portrait artist I thoroughly enjoyed s: This book offers a new approach to the history of Greek portraiture by focusing on portraits without names.
Sheila Dillon considers the few original bronze and marble portrait statues preserved from the Classical and Hellenistic periods together with the large number of Greek portraits known only through Roman : NOOK Book $ $ Current price is $, Original price is $ Related Searches.
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View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items. Donald Spanel argues- quite successfully- in his book Through Ancient Eyes: Egyptian Portraiture that "the Western concept of portrait is a work that reveals the inner and outer qualities of a person who cannot be mistaken for anyone else." (3).
But, prior to the amalgamation of cultures which occurred under the blanket of Roman rule, the. Portraiture in ancient Egypt forms a conceptual attempt to portray "the subject from its own perspective rather than the viewpoint of the artist to communicate essential information about the object itself".
Ancient Egyptian art was a religious tool used "to maintain perfect order in the universe" and to substitute for the real thing or person through its representation. This book presents five major series of work produced since Portraits of Time, ancient and legendary trees from around the world; Thy Kingdom Come, where totem-like beliefs connect man to animal; Odin’s Cove, a story of a pair of mated ravens in the wild; The Savage Garden, the sinister beauty of carnivorous plants, and Augurs and.The Book of Portraiture is one of those rare books that manage to be at once emotionally and theoretically satisfying.
-- Brian Evenson Once again, Steve Tomasula has fabricated an incisive and sly commentary on art's way of being in the world, and the manner in which it /5.This book offers a new approach to the history of Greek portraiture by focusing on portraits without names. Dillon, professor of art history and classical studies, considers the few original bronze and marble portrait statues preserved from the Classical and Hellenistic periods together with the large number of Greek portraits known only through Roman copies.