Ann Gunter interrogates the categories of 'Greek' and 'Oriental' as they relate to the history of early Greek art.
A social history of the artist's earthworks and their critical reception.
This study explores the phenomenon of 'spectators' at the sides of Athenian narrative vase paintings.
Ancient Art and Its Historiography
Philosophy and Sport brings together the lectures given in the Royal Institute of Philosophy's annual lecture series for 2012-13.
This book presents the latest developments in Parthenon research by an international cast of scholars and scientists.
This work, first published in 2000, focuses on Sebastiano Resta to illuminates a crucial chapter in the history of collecting.
Pop Art and the Contest over American Culture...
An 1816 narrative of a walking tour of North Wales, written and illustrated by the artist Edward Pugh (1763 1813)."
Originally published in 1938, this book provides a history of the variety of forms of Buddhist art in Thailand.
This book, originally published in 1926, studies the 'turning-point' in Classical Greek art in the second quarter of the fifth century BC.
Perfect for fans and scholars alike, this Companion explores cricket's origins, global reach, iconic personalities and enduring popularity.
Greek Sculpture and Modern Art
Tsion Avital poses the question: 'Is modern art art at all?'
This 1952 book examines the intrinsic design of everyday household objects.
Featuring 22 individual photographic plates, this 1935 volume describes and classifies both English and French Gothic art.
A study of American sculpture with themes of labour and manliness.
Explores how art and material culture were used to construct age, gender and social identity in Dark Age Greece.
Jewish Texts on the Visual Arts