In Defense of Art History: A Response to Brunilde Ridgway

Hood, William
September 1986
Art Bulletin;Sep1986, Vol. 68 Issue 3, p480
Academic Journal
Comments on the distinction between archaeology and art history. Description of art history; Communication in art through the resonance of their aesthetic characters; Art-historical significance of the Parthenon frieze.


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