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From:South Atlantic Review (Vol. 83, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedDespite his admiration for Donatello as one of the finest sculptors of his age, the Florentine artist best known as Filarete cautioned readers of his Trattato dellarchitettura: "If you have to do apostles, do not make...
From:The Classical Quarterly (Vol. 45, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedStudies by A.R. Giumlia-Mair and P.T. Craddock have identified a form of bronze with a blackish coloration as the 'Cronithian aes' described by Pliny the Elder and noted in other classical sources. However, this...
From:Marg, A Magazine of the Arts (Vol. 73, Issue 2-3)Older, mid-20th century studies began to marvel at the presence of masons' marks on historical sculptures. Names and signatures gave rise to the possibility of identifying oeuvres of guilds and workshops, locating...
From:Queen's Quarterly (Vol. 118, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedON Canada Day 2011, the McMichael Canadian Art Collection inaugurated the most expansive exhibition ever mounted at this iconic art gallery. It was not the number of works or the number of artists represented that made...
From:Southwest Review (Vol. 101, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedOf course it doesn't. It is completely still, completely silent; as incapable of gesture as of speech. Though finely wrought to mimic the figure of a man in miniature, this piece of metal, ghosted to the shape of...
From:Marg, A Magazine of the Arts (Vol. 67, Issue 3)AS I ENTERED THE POOMPUHAR ART METAL PRODUCTION CENTRE AND INSTITUTE in Swamimalai, Tamil Nadu (figure 2), I saw a number of middle-aged men dressed in white veshtis and undershirts walking along in procession. Led by...
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