Korshak, Yvonne
September 1988
Art Bulletin;Sep88, Vol. 70 Issue 3, p513
Academic Journal
Presents several ideas on the painting 'Paris and Helen,' by Jacques Louis David. Multiple purposes and signifying functions of the painting; Connotations of the Phrygian cap; Criticism of the identification of a link between the visualized and emblematic contexts of the cap.


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