The gathering of Barbara and Lawrence Fleischman of recent York is without doubt one of the most vital inner most collections of historic Greek and Roman artwork within the usa and one of the most vital on the planet. Its greater than 300 obects span the Bronze Age to the past due old. They contain bronze statuettes, marble sculpture, vases, jewellery, lamps and candelabra, keys, weights, and silver bowls and utensils. A ardour for Antiquities presents historic and descriptive information regarding the items via a gaggle of eighteen exclusive members.
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1971) CVA Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum Faider-Feytmans 1979 G. Faider-Feytmans, Les bronzes romains de Belgique (Mainz am Rhein, 1979) 31 GettyMusJ The J. Paul Getty Museum magazine Gods pride The Gods satisfaction: The Human determine in Classical Bronze, exh. cat. (Cleveland Museum of artwork, 1988) Haynes 1985 S. Haynes, Etruscan Bronzes (London and manhattan, 1985) LIMC Lexicon Iconographicum Mythologiae Classicae grasp Bronzes D. G. Mitten and S. F. Doeringer, eds. , grasp Bronzes from the Classical global (Mainz, 1967) Ojh Jahreshefte der Osterreichischen Archaologischen Instituts in Wien Para J. D. Beazley, Paralipomena: Additions to Attic Black-figure Vasepainters and to Attic Red-figure Vase-painters (Oxford, 1971) RM Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archaologischen Instituts, Rb'mische Abteilung Rolley 1986 C. Rolley, Greek Bronzes (Fribourg, 1986) RVAp I/II A. D. Trendall and A. Cambitoglou, The Red-figured Vases of Apulia, 2 vols. (Oxford, 1978 and 1982) RVAp, Suppl. I/II A. D. Trendall and A. Cambitoglou, First/Second complement to The Red-figured Vases of Apulia (= BICS Suppl. 42/60) (London, 1983 and 1991-92) RVP A. D. Trendall, The Red-figured Vases ofPaestum (Rome, 1987) 32 ABBREVIATIONS Note to the Reader the advance of the Fleischman assortment has now not been made up our minds through the chronology of the traditional Mediterranean global nor by means of the series of the kinds we go along with Greek and Roman paintings yet really via the non-public pursuits of its vendors. The exhibition upon which this catalogue relies displays those interests—objects having been grouped to focus on comparable material or to stress continuity of visible shape, despite medium or date. undefined, even though, because the first significant reference e-book at the assortment as a complete, has been geared up chronologically and by means of medium to facilitate the discovering of particular items or teams of items. There are 5 sequential sections and inside every one part items are grouped by means of medium—fresco, steel (bronze, lead), valuable metals and glass, terracotta, and stone. inside every one access bibliographic resources were grouped into sections: Bibliography, i. e, guides at the particular paintings being mentioned, and similar References. within the latter part, courses noted in the access textual content are indexed first (in the order cited), via extra common references. a few items within the assortment were formerly released or exhibited with their Fleischman stock numbers. In those circumstances, the Fleischman quantity is equipped in brackets following the bibliography heading, i. e. [ps6]. Authors A. D. T. A. H. A. okay. A. O. A. v. d. H. E. B. T. J. B. G. J. H. J. R. G. ok. H. ok. W. L. M. M. A. M. J-N. M. R. M. T. S. H. 33 Arthur Dale Trendall Ariel Herrmann Arielle Kozloff Andrew Oliver, Jr. Annewies van den Hoek Elana B. Towne Janet B. Grossman John Herrmann J. Robert man Kenneth Hamma Karol Wight Leo Mildenberg Maxwell L. Anderson Marit Jentoft-Nilsen Michelle Roland Marion actual Sybille Haynes Catalogue of the Exhibition Greece within the Bronze Age 36 GREECE within the BRONZE AGE TERRACOTTA 1 Beak-spouted Jug center Cycladic in-Late Cycladic i, circa 1550 B.