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Venus and Apollo in painting and sculpture

W. J. Stillman

Venus and Apollo in painting and sculpture

by W. J. Stillman

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Published by Bliss Sandsand Co. in London .
Written in English


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Limited edition of 555 copies.

Statementedited by W.J. Stillman.
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Open LibraryOL18148591M

Venus de Milo (Aphrodite of Melos) Greek Sculpture of the Hellenistic Period.. Introduction. One of the most famous examples of sculpture from Ancient Greece, the Venus de Milo is an armless marble statue of Aphrodite - the Greek goddess of love and beauty - which was sculpted during the Hellenistic period between about and BCE. Peter Humfrey, “The Chronology of Titian’s Versions of the Venus with a Mirror and the Lost Venus for the Emperor Charles V,” in Artistic Practices and Cultural Transfer in Early Modern Italy: Essays in Honour of Deborah Howard, ed. Nabahat Avcioglu and Allison Sherman (Farnham and Burlington, VT, ), – [24].

Gift of The Ian Woodner Family Collection. Painting and Sculpture A collection of unique design, modern art and graphics A painting titled The Chariot of Apollo by Odilon Redon is a more modern painting that adds some color and flare to the story. In Metamorphoses, Apollo allows his son to ride his chariot in Book Two, which doesn't go very well. View Venus Artist’s Artwork on Saatchi Art. Find art for sale at great prices from artists including Paintings, Photography, Sculpture, and Prints by Top Emerging Artists like Venus Artist.

Feel Confident With VENUS. Fashion is about more than just the clothes you wear from day-to-day. Fashion is self-expression that allows you to tell the world who you are and what you stand for. More importantly, what you wear can affect how you feel about yourself, so it’s important to wear something that you absolutely love.   The Lasting Influence of the Waxen Venus on Studies of Anatomy educations is explored in depth within Joanna Ebenstein‘s book The Anatomical Venus.


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OCLC Number: Description: xviii, p.: front., 40 pl. ; 45 cm. Other Titles: Venus and Apollo in painting and sculpture: Responsibility: ed. by W.J. Stillman. Venus & Apollo. In Painting and Sculpture. By W. Stillman. - London - Bliss, Sands & Co. 18" by xviii, pp. plus plates.

DETAILS. A first edition of Stillman's Venus and Apollo. Bound in half vellum with gilt lettering and decoration. A first edition. Limited edition, number of 'Don't judge a book by its cover' is an.

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Among the Titians here given the "Cupid Crowning Venus," from the Fitz. • Venus and Apollo in Painting and Sculpture. Edited by W. Stillman. The Apollo Belvedere (also called the Pythian Apollo or Apollo of the Belvedere) is a celebrated marble sculpture from Classical Antiquity.

The Apollo is now thought to be an original Roman re-creation of Hadrianic date (ca. The distinctively Roman foot-wear is one reason scholars believe it is not a copy of an original Greek statue.

It was rediscovered in central Italy in the Artist: after Leochares. STILLMAN - 'VENUS AND APOLLO IN PAINTING & SCULPTURE'Limited Edition ofthis one s. In Specialist Collectors' Auction. Venus, ancient Italian goddess associated with cultivated fields and gardens and later identified by the Romans with the Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite.

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At present, the painting is the centerpiece of Florence’s Uffizi Gallery. The Birth of Venus depicts a moment from the Greek myth in which Kronos severs Uranus’s genitals and throws them into the sea; Venus, or Aphrodite, emerges fully formed from the foam of a cresting wave.

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