SANDRA J. SHAW STUDIO

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Lecture 1

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below: Offrande, Malvina Hoffman (American, 1887-1966), marble, h: N/A, 1918 (location: N/A):



below: Night, Gustav Vigeland (Norwegian, 1869-1943), bronze, h: N/A, 1898 (location: N/A):



below: Kneeling Man Embracing a Standing Woman, Gustav Vigeland, plaster?, h: N/A, 1908 (location: N/A):



below: Canon (Doryphorus "Spear Bearer"), Polykleitos (of Argos, fl.c. 450 B.C.), marble copy, h: 1.99m, Museo Nationale, Naples, Italy:



below: West frieze slab VIII, Horseman, Phidias overseer, plaster cast from marble original, h: c. 40",
c. 447-432 B.C. (plaster cast: Oxford; original marble fragment: British Museum, London):




below: North frieze slab XVII, Charioteers ~ apobate in foreground, charioteer in background, Phidias overseer, marble, c. 40" h, c. 447-432 B.C. (British Museum, London):



below: East frieze slab VI, Seated Artemis ~ on the far right, Phidias overseer, marble, h: c. 40",
c. 447-432 B.C. (Acropolis Museum, Athens):



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



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




below: Echelos and Basile, from Phaleron, marble, h: 0.75m, c. 410 B.C. (National Museum, Athens):




below: detail from Echelos and Basile, from Phaleron, marble, h: 0.75m, c. 410 B.C.
(National Museum, Athens):




below: Munchner Lekythos ~ vase relief, stone, h: N/A, 370-350 B.C. (Munich Glyptothek, Munich):



below: Mycerinus (Menkaure) & His Queen, from Giza, slate, h: 56", Dynasty IV, Old Kingdom
(Museum of Fine Arts, Boston):




below: Trinity of King Menkaure (Mycerinus) with (left) Goddess Hathor, and (right) goddess of the nome of Diospolis Parva, green slate, h: 37.25", Dynasty IV, Old Kingdom. (Egyptian Museum, Cairo):



below: Ka statues from Tomb of Prince Rahotep and wife Nofret, Medum, Egypt, painted limestone, h: 47.5", (Dynasty IV, Old Kingdom), c. 2,580 B.C. (Egyptian Museum, Cairo):



below left: detail from Trinity of King Menkaure (Mycerinus), green slate, h: 37.25", Dynasty IV, Old Kingdom. (Egyptian Museum, Cairo):
below right: Canon (Doryphorus "Spear Bearer"), Polykleitos (of Argos, fl.c. 450 B.C.), marble copy, h: 1.99m, Museo Nationale, Naples, Italy