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Sculpture

"Sculpture" Article - Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION. CLASSIC, EARLY CHRISTIAN AND BYZANTINE PERIODS.

Part 1. Introducton. Classical Sculpture. Sculpture of the Early Christian Period.
Part 2. Byzantine Sculpture.

ENGLAND

Part 3. English Sculpture - Saxon and Norman Periods.

Part 4. English Sculpture - 12th Century; Effigies; William Torrell.
Part 5. English Sculpture - 13th Century; Architectural Sculpture.
Part 6. Technical Methods and Materials Employed in Medieval English Sculpture.
Part 7. English Sculpture - 14th Century; Effigies.
Part 8. English Sculpture - 16th Century; Torrigiano.
Part 9. English Sculpture - 17th Century.
Part 10. English Sculpture - 18th Century.
Part 11. English Sculpture - 19th Century.

FRANCE

Part 12. French Sculpture - 12th and 13th Centuries; Cathedral Façades.
Part 13. French Sculpture - 14th, 15th, 16th and 17th Centuries.
Part 14. French Sculpture - 18th Century.
Part 15. French Sculpture - Modern Era [19th Century].

GERMANY

Part 16. German Sculpture - 12th Century; Bronze Work.
Part 17. German Sculpture - 13th Century.
Part 18. German Sculpture - 14th Century; Nuremberg Schools.
Part 19. German Sculpture - 15th Century; Vischer Family; Innsbruck.
Part 20. German Sculpture - From the 16th Century Onwards.

SPAIN

Part 21. Spanish Sculpture - 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th and 16th Centuries.

ITALY

Part 22. Italian Sculpture - 13th Century.
Part 23. Italian Sculpture - 14th Century.
Part 24. Italian Sculpture - 15th Century; Florence.
Part 25. Italian Sculpture - 16th Century.
Part 26. Italian Sculpture - 17th and 18th Centuries.

SCANDINAVIA, RUSSIA, POLAND AND UNITED STATES

Part 27. Scandinavian Sculptors. Russian, Polish and American Sculptors.

TECHNICAL METHODS

Part 28. Technical Methods of the Sculptor.

FURTHER READING

Part 29. Literature on Sculpture. [Further Reading on Sculpture.]



The above article was written by: Prof. J. H. Middleton.



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