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By Wil Stegenga

An interesting collection of 30 advanced three-dimensional designs, this quantity will attract colorists of every age. styles variety from heavily interwoven squares, stars, and rectangles with sharp, angular kinds, to flowing interlacements of circles, ovals, hearts, and different rounded shapes. The hypnotic photos, a few of which function optical illusions, are completely attention-grabbing.

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47; Villa Giulia. Rome: Delphic arena, 29 Delphic shrine, 4 Demeter of Cnidos, 44. 49 Discobulos or Discus Thrower. Q0 Doric order. 9, 9. 1 1 -20. 72-7 7. 24. 25. 32, 45. 53,. 62 Doriphoros. see J a velin - Carrier echinus, 12, 72,14,62 Elgin Marbles, 52 entablature, 14. 50, 62 entasis. 12, 14, 16,20 Erechtheum, Athens, 18, 19,27 Euphronius, 56,57 Euthidicos. kore of, 39, 39, 40 Exekius. 4, 57 fascia, 20, 62 fluting. 11. 72.

The head is small, the arms and legs long and tapering like those of an adult. When he made this figure the sculptor was thinking of the proportions of an adult. Such a naive mistake in so refined a work shows very clearly how tenaciously the Greeks sought an ideal beauty, even giving it precedence smile have is considered to Praxiteles T portion that governed the depiction of be Phidias. His work is associated in particular with the Parthenon, the splendid Doric temple erected on the Acropolis by Pericles, the leader of the Athenian democracy.

And. marble. Both were hard enough to last for centuries but mal- enough to be worked without too much difficulty. The leable blocks of stone were joined mortar. without Sometimes, to ensure a perfect fit. their contiguous surfaces were hol- lowed out so that only the outer edges touched outstanding as an expression of the state, the polis. life of the free city- which was a driving and unifying force of As a monument to the originality of remains one of the notable innovations of the Hellenic genius.

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