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ART HISTORY I
LECTURE 20: The Waning of the Classical Age

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(for individual student reference viewing only)

below: Dancing maenad, Roman copy, marble, h: 4.7', c. 400 B.C. (Conservatori, Rome):




below: East frieze slab VII, Parthenon, Athens, nobles, Phidias overseer, marble, c. 40" h,
c. 447-432 B.C. (Louvre, Paris):



below: Maenad, after Skopas, Roman copy, marble, h: 18.5", c. 350 B.C. (Albertinum, Dresden):



below: Head of a warrior, attributed to Skopas, marble, h: 12", c. 370-350 B.C. (National Museum, Athens):



below: Retouched Apollo from west pediment of The Temple of Zeus, Olympia, marble, over-life-size,
c. 471-456. (Olympia Museum):




below: Demeter, from Cnidus, after Skopas, marble, h: 60", c. 340-330 B.C. (British Museum, London):



below three panels: Battle of Greeks and Amazons, east frieze, Mausoleum at Halicarnassus, attributed to Skopas, marble, c. 35" h, c. 359-351 B.C. (British Museum, London):







below: Reconstruction drawing of Mausoleum at Halicarnassus:



below: South metope 27, Phidias overseer, marble, c. 47" h, c. 447-432 B.C. (British Museum, London):



below: Apollo the Lizard-Slayer (Sauroktonos), after Praxiteles, plaster, copy of Greek bronze, h: c. 3',
late 4th cent. B.C. (Louvre, Paris):



below: Apollo from west pediment of The Temple of Zeus, Olympia, marble, over-life-size, c. 471-456.
(Olympia Museum)




below: Hermes with the Infant Dionysus, Praxiteles, marble, h: c. 7', c. mid to late 4th cent. B.C.
(Olympia Museum):


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