Ridgway, Brunilde Sismondo
September 1986
Art Bulletin;Sep1986, Vol. 68 Issue 3, p481
Academic Journal
Presents a response to comments on an article regarding the distinction between the art historian and the archaeologist concerned with ancient art. Significance of the Parthenon frieze in the analysis; Importance of archaeologists' conversation with scholars specializing in the study of Italian Renaissance and Baroque sculpture.


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