Greek Sculpture: Its Spirit and Its Principles

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If the Soul is Christian, Beauty is Greek. Freud defines aesthetics as the intellectual construction of personal parameters that express themselves in sublime emotions. In Greek sculpture, man becomes God, and the gods lend their image to humanity. Defying the laws of gravity, Greek sculptors explored the harmony, forms, and spaces that have shaped our unconscious according to the canons of eternal beauty for more than two thousand years.Art historian Edmund von Mach reflects on the epic story of how the hand of man came to ...

Greek Sculpture: Its Spirit and Its Principles 2006, Parkstone Press, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9781859950418

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