Korai: archaic Greek maidens

a study of the development of the Kore type in Greek sculpture by Richter, Gisela Marie Augusta

Publisher: Phaidon in London

Written in English
Published: Pages: 327 Downloads: 341
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Subjects:

  • Sculpture, Greek,
  • Women in art

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 307-308.

Statementby G. M. A. Richter; with 800 illustrations, including 400 from photographs by Alison Frantz.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsNB94 .R52
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 327 p.
Number of Pages327
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5611150M
ISBN 100714813281
LC Control Number68018904

Described by Jeffry Hurwit as an early classical statue in archaic dress, the Euthydikos kore exhibits a sense of volume and structure under the drapery that was novel. Since she is perhaps the last in the series of akropolis korai and represents the beginning of the new style, the dating of . The book was reprinted several times; the final edition dates to Richter also wrote Kouroi: Archais Greek Youths in and Korai: Archaic Greek Maidens in She retired as curator in , remained an honorary curator until , and was then named curator emerita. Richter retired in Rome, where she continued to write and revise her. As author of numerous popular books on classical art, she had a great influence on the general public's understanding and appreciation of the subject. Korai: Archaic Greek Maidens, Phaidon, A Handbook of Greek Art, Phaidon, , 6th edition, The Joys of Collecting (New York: Hawthorn Books, Inc., ), Korai: Archaic Greek Maidens; A Study in the Development of the Korai type in Greek Sculpture. London: Phaidon, , p. ; fig. Dorig, Jose. "La tete Webb, l'Harmodios d'Antenor et le probleme des copies romaines d'apres des chefs-d'oeuvre archaiques," Antike Kunst

A kouros (Ancient Greek: κοῦρος, pronounced, plural kouroi) is the modern term given to free-standing ancient Greek sculptures that first appear in the Archaic period in Greece and represent nude male youths. In Ancient Greek kouros means "youth, boy, especially of noble rank". Although Kouroi have been found in many ancient Greek territories, they were especially prominent in Attica. The Archaic Style in Greek Sculpture (Princeton ) – There are one or two sphinxes from Corinth (No. 14–15) and Aegina (No. 40) in Richter's catalogue, but in each case we lack the stone into which they were set; no carved gravestone, according to Ridgway () has yet been found at Corinth. Korai: Archaic Greek Maidens: A Study of the Development of the Kore Type in Greek : Phaidon, ; Kourai: A Study in the Development of the Greek Kouros from the Late Seventh to the Early Fifth Century York: Oxford University Press, 2nd ed. London: Phaidon, ; The Sculpture and Sculptors of the Greeks. 1st Haven: Yale University Press, . The books, articles and websites listed below will be useful to you as you prepare your research paper. An effort has been made to include reliable works on broad topics rather than, e.g., specialized archaeological site reports. Richter, G.M.A., Korai: Archaic Greek Maidens (New York ) Richter, G.M.A., Kouroi: Archaic Greek Youths (New.

‘ The Sanctuary of Demeter and the Dioscouri at Messene ’, in Hägg, R. (ed.), Ancient Greek Cult Practice from the Archaeological Evidence. Proceedings of the Fourth International Seminar on Ancient Greek Cult, Swedish Institute at Athens, 22–24 October (Stockholm), – Athenagoras's is a curiously transparent kind of pride even for the pre-Christian antiquities from recognizable centers of the Christian world like Ephesus, Smyrna, and Corinth (there is perhaps another reason, to which I shall return). See also Jones, Ancient Writers on Greek Sculpture, 8.   Media in category "Korai" The following 12 files are in this category, out of 12 total. Bronzi di san mariano, bronzetti, ac ca., korai jpg 1, × 2,; MB.

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Richter. By Mary Stieber A fresh look at the Athenian korai—sculptures of beautiful young women presenting offerings to the goddess Athena that stood on the Acropolis.

February This is. Kore / Korai A great deal of Kore statues have been unearthed at the acropolis, most dating back to the beginning of the 6th c.

BCE. In fact the Acropolis collection tends to monopolize the Kore discourse because of the large number and breadth of stylistic variety that have been unearthed at this site.

Some of the loveliest works of Archaic art were the Athenian korai—sculptures of beautiful young women presenting offerings to the goddess Athena that stood on the Acropolis.

Sculpted in the sixth and early fifth centuries B.C., they served as votives until Persians sacked the citadel in /79 B.C. Subsequently, they were buried as a group and forgotten for nearly twenty-four centuries.

What were the function and significance of the ancient Greek marble statues of maidens known as korai. Whom were they supposed to represent. The author addresses these questions on the basis of her exhaustive n the seventh and fifth centuries B.C., these statues, carved with extreme skill, were widely distributed across the Greek world.

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Clean copy. Very Good. Subject: Ancient, Greek Art. Abstract: An examination of the sculpted marble statues of young Greek women known as "korai", created between the seventh and the fifth centuries BC.

The author explores the. Richter, Korai, Archaic Greek Maidens: A Study of the Development of the Kore Type in Greek Sculpture (London, ). Contra Keesling (), whose dissertation came to S.’s attention after the manuscript was accepted for publication. Korai: archaic Greek maidens: a study of the development of the Kore type in Greek sculpture.

[Gisela Marie Augusta Richter] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Gisela Marie Augusta Richter. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number. By contrast, Gisela Richter’s Korai, Archaic Greek Maidens(), the only generally comparable book in existence, reproduced such patterns only in black-and-white.

Katerina Karakasi's Archaic Korai is a monument to this exquisite sculptural series, allowing the girls to pose gloriously in large-scale photographic plates.

Korai Archaic Greek Maidens A study of the development of the Kone type in Greek Sculpture. RICHTER, Gisela. Published by New York: Hacker Art Books, []. Buy KORAI: ARCHAIC GREEK MAIDENS by RICHTER, Gisela M (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

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We may welcome this book by an eminent archaeologist as a novel exposition of a familiar subject, full of penetrating ideas which should act as a stimulus to both archaeologists and general readers.

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Book Description: Some of the loveliest works of Archaic art were the Athenian korai-sculptures of beautiful young women presenting offerings to the goddess Athena that stood on the Acropolis. Sculpted in the sixth and early fifth centuries B.C., they served as.

Some of the loveliest works of Archaic art were the Athenian korai—sculptures of beautiful young women presenting offerings to the goddess Athena that stood on the Acropolis. Sculpted in the sixth and early fifth centuries B.C., they served as votives until Persians sacked the citadel in /79 B.C.

Kore (Greek: κόρη "maiden"; plural korai) is the modern term given to a type of free-standing ancient Greek sculpture of the Archaic period depicting female figures, always of a young age. Kouroi are the youthful male equivalent of kore statues.

Alternative Title: korai Kore, plural korai, type of freestanding statue of a maiden—the female counterpart of the kouros, or standing youth—that appeared with the beginning of Greek monumental sculpture in about bc and remained to the end of the Archaic period in about bc.

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The kore subsequently became a part of the art of Attica. Archaic immobility and rigidity are combined with subtle, austere elegance in the korai of Ionia and Attica. Korai: Archaic Greek Maidens: A Study of the Development of the Kore Type in Greek Sculpture, by Gisela Marie Augusta Richter avg rating — 2 ratings — published — 2 editions.Kouroi / Korai; Archaic Greek Youths: A Study of the Development of the Kouros Type in Greek Sculpture / Archaic Greek Maidens: A Study of the Development of the Kore Type in Greek Sculpture.

Richter, Gisela M. A.The Dedication of Nikandre is a Greek marble sculpture, made approximately around BCE, held in the National Archaeological Museum, Athens, Greece (Inv. 1).Nikandre, a woman from the island of Naxos, dedicated the statue in the temple of Artemis at Delos, the birthplace of Apollo and statue, which was found during archaeological excavation in the 19th century, is one of the.