Light on Stone, An Essay Elizabeth J. Milleker. The book's stated purpose is to foster 'a renewed appreciation for Classical sculpture. Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, New se. v. 14, no. 3 (November, 1955). New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1955.
Light on Stone, An Essay Elizabeth J. A Photographic Essay Joseph Coscia, Jr. Notes on the Plates Elizabeth J. It achieves this purpose by calling attention to masterful design features of Greek sculpture. Details of strong and serene faces project the 'spiritual excellence' that the Greeks sought to achieve. Alexander, Christine. A Statue of Aphrodite.
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This book features specially commissioned photographs of these monumental marble sculptures in their new setting, which is beautifully enhanced by natural light.
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Milleker, Elizabeth . Coscia J. Joseph. Publisher: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2004. This book features specially commissioned photographs of these monumental marble sculptures in their new setting, which is beautifully enhanced by natural light.
In 1999 the galleries of Greek and Roman sculpture at the Metropolitan Museum of Art were refurbished, a process that has simply brought the statues to life. This Photographic Essay' of art dating from the 6th, 5th and 4th centuries BC exploits the effects that the artificial and natural light, floating in through skylights in the vaulted ceiling, has on the sculptures.
This volume features specially commissioned photographs of these monumental marble sculptures in their new setting, which is beautifully enhanced by natural light. Elizabeth Milleker is Associate Curator in the Department of Greek & Roman Art at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Country of Publication. Yale University Press.
Greek and Roman Sculpture in The Metropolitian Museum of Art: A Photographic Essay. Text by Elizabeth J. Milleker; Photographs by Joseph Coscia, Jr. 01/11/2004, Cloth. Kevin J. Avery; With an essay by Marjorie Shelley and contributions by Claire A. Conway; Catalogue entries by Kevin J. Avery, Carrie Rebora Barratt, Elliot Bostwick Davis, Tracie Felker, Stephanie L. Herdrich, and Karl Kusserow. Le Papyrus d’Imouthé. Fils de psintaê au Metropolitan Museum of Art de New York (Papyrus MMA 3.