2 edition of pedimental sculptures of the Hieron in Samothrace. found in the catalog.
pedimental sculptures of the Hieron in Samothrace.
Phyllis Lourene (Williams) Lehmann
by Published for the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University [by] J.J. Augustin in Locust Valley, N.Y
Written in English
|Series||Walter W.S. Cook Alumni lecture -- 2, Walter W.S. Cook Alumni lecture -- 1962|
|LC Classifications||NB91 S34 L4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 30 p.|
|Number of Pages||30|
The Winged Victory of Samothrace, also called the Nike of Samothrace, is a 2nd century BC sculpture of the Greek goddess Nike (Victory). Since , it has been prominently displayed at the Louvre and is one of the most celebrated sculptures in the world!!! The Nike of Samothrace, discovered in , is estimated to have been created around BC. 4 For the pedimental sculptures from the Hieron see Samothrace III, i, pp. ; also P. W Lehmann 5 The plates in Marcade and in Kabus-Preisshofen provide the best idea of the range of stylistic options used for the heads of goddesses .
O. Palagia, Y. Maniatis, E. Dotsika, D. KavoussanakiNew investigations on the pedimental sculptures of the “Hieron” of Samothrace: a preliminary report Proceedings of the 7th International Conference of Association for the Study of Marble and Other Stones in Antiquity, BCH Suppl. 51, École française d'Athènes, Athens (), pp. Cited by: 2. The stone sculpture Nike of Samothrace exemplifies the selective use of forms from Early Classical Greek sculpture. This extraordinary work, an original of Parian marble and about six feet eight inches high, was set up on the prow of a ship carved in an inferior stone and projecting obliquely into an artificial pool among carefully disposed rocks.
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Pedimental sculptures of the Hieron in Samothrace. Locust Valley, N.Y., Published for the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University [by] J.J.
Augustin  (OCoLC) The Hieron, one of the most impressive buildings in the Sanctuary, stands in the southern end of the central valley, adjacent to the Altar Court. Although the centerpiece of the Sanctuary today, in antiquity the Hieron was obscured almost entirely from view by the broad Hall of Choral Dancers.
Rounding the corner from the central plateia, which surely afforded a carefully choreographed, dramatic approach. : Samothrace, Volume 3: The Hieron (v.
3) (): Lehmann, Phyllis Williams: BooksAuthor: Phyllis Williams Lehmann. New investigations on the pedimental sculptures of the "Hieron" of Samothrace. Review of Samothrace 3: The Hieron, by Phyllis Williams Lehmann Brunilde S.
Ridgway Bryn Mawr College, general books have been written on this period as a TYLER SCHOOL OF ART TEMPLE UNIVERSITY SAMOTHRACE 3, THE HIERON, by Phyllis Williams Lehmann, with Contributions by.
OAI identifier: oai:persee:article/reg___num_77___t2___3Author: François Chamoux. “New investigations on the pedimental sculptures of the ‘Hieron’ of Samothrace: a preliminary report,” ASMOSIA VII, The Study of Marble and Other Stones in Antiquity, ed.
Maniatis, BCH Supplement. Nora Mitkova Dimitrova, Theoroi and Initiates in Samothrace: The Epigraphical Evidence. Hesperia Supplem pages American School of Classical Studies at Athens, O. Palagia, Y.
Maniatis, E. Dotsika and D. Kavoussanaki, New investigations on the pedimental sculptures of the "Hieron" of Samothrace: A preliminary report. The Wall Decoration of the Hieron in Samothrace the earliest preserved building on which the wall blocks were allowed to re tain their drafting for decorative effect.
Retention of the protective layer of stone normally removed from smoothly dressed blocks, once they had been. LEHMANN P.W. - The Pedimental Sculptures of the Hieron in Samothrace.
- SKU: Request PDF | Two Buildings in the Samothracian Sanctuary of the Great Gods | Two buildings in the Sanctuary of the Great Gods in Samothrace have elicited debate concerning their identification Author: Kevin Clinton.
Samothrace: A Guide to the Excavations and the Museum Institute of fine arts,New York University Samothrace: A Guide to the Excavations and the Museum, New York University. Institute of Fine Arts: Author: Karl Lehmann: Contributor: New York University.
Institute of Fine Arts: Edition: 3: Publisher: Institute, Length: pages: Export. AbstractTwo buildings in the Sanctuary of the Great Gods in Samothrace have elicited debate concerning their identification and functions. First, the Hall of Choral Dancers, currently named after its frieze of dancing women, formerly called Temenos on the assumption that it was not a roofed building, was revealed to be a substantial building by new excavation in –Author: Kevin Clinton.
Surprisingly, the author never mentions the pedimental sculpture of the Skopas’ temple at Athena Alea at Tegea. At p.he lends credit to an interpretation of the pediment of the hieron on Samothrace which is very speculative. Dr. Lehmann's many books include "The Pedimental Sculptures of the Hieron in Samothrace" () and "Samothrace III: The Hieron," which was awarded the Alice Davis Hitchcock Book Award of the.
Lehmann's many books include The Pedimental Sculptures of the Hieron in Samothrace () and Samothrace III: The Hieron, which was awarded the Alice Davis Hitchcock Book Award of the Society of Architectural Historians in Dr.
Lehmann's many books include The Pedimental Sculptures of the Hieron in Samothrace () and Samothrace III: The Hieron, which was awarded the Alice Davis Hitchcock Book Award of the Society of Architectural Historians in Phyllis Lehmann died in her home in.
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Frederick Hartt, Professor of the History of Art, University of Pennsylvania Love in Baroque Art Phyllis Williams Lehmann, Professor of Art, Smith College The Pedimental Sculptures of the Hieron in Samothrace Millard Meiss, Professor of Art, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton University Giotto and Assisi Updated August 5, Among her publications are The Pedimental Sculptures of the Hieron in Samothrace () and Samothrace III: The Hieron, (), which was awarded the Hitchcock Award of the Society of Architectural Historians in Authority control: BIBSYS:BNF:.
The Pedimental Sculptures of the Hieron in Samothrace (pp. –) By Phyllis Williams Lehmann Reviewed by Margarete Bieber. Antike Figuralkapitelle (pp.
–) By Eugen von Mercklin Reviewed by Cornelius Vermeule. Les portraits romains. Volume I, République et dynastie julienne (pp. –) By Vagn Poulsen Reviewed by Frank E. Brown.The Samothrace Temple Complex, known as the Sanctuary of the Great Gods (Modern Greek: Ιερό των Μεγάλων Θεών Ieró ton Megalón Theón), is one of the principal Pan-Hellenic religious sanctuaries, located on the island of Samothrace within the larger immediately to the west of the ramparts of the city of Samothrace, it was nonetheless independent, as attested to.Earliest of these are the Parthenon sculptures including the frieze representing the Panathenaic procession and the pedimental sculptures (see Elgin Marbles).
The Parthenon sculptors are anonymous, but Phidias is believed to have drawn up the designs.