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The History of Greek Vases: Potters, Painters and Pictures (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 21 gen 2008

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6 di 12 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
1.0 su 5 stelle Black and White 30 marzo 2010
Di Kadmos - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
I wish I had known this book had all the pictures in black and white. What would you say of a book on the old masters of painting in black and white? Do I need to say more? or color doesn't matter in greek vases? I read a few pages and closed the book.... for ever!
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5.0 su 5 stelle From a student of classical archaeology 2 dicembre 2010
Di Rachel McCleery - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina rigida
Boardman presents an excellent overview of current thinking on the development and significance of ancient Greek pottery. While the black and white photography seems to have bothered other reviewers, in a work of this kind the quantity and quality (= resolution) of the illustrations is more important than the color. Greek black- and red-figure vase painting is primarily the art of line drawing. With the exception of vases executed with special techniques such as added red or white (for which readers are directed to the excellent book The Colors of Clay: Special Techniques in Athenian Vases), including full color illustrations would have meant little more than changing the pictures from black-and-white to black-and-orange.

Readers can rest assured that Boardman's reputation as a leader in the field is well-deserved. If you are looking for a good, up-to-date introduction to the scholarship of Greek vase painting, this is the book to buy.
4 di 4 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Nice scholarly work 5 novembre 2011
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This book is a nicely done scholarly work by Sir Boardman. It discusses the chronological development of the painting designs on Greek pottery with many examples pictured from each of the several delineated earliest time periods. There are numerous photographs (over 500) of various pottery items from museums around the world. They show the evolution from simple concentric circular and zigzag designs to very simplistic animal and human shapes to more realistic detail of humans and animals. The photographs show fine details, but are in black and white. The main emphasis in the book is on the painted designs and their time evolution. Thus, I did not find the lack of color in the photos that disturbing. The book is about far more than just vases and includes many plates, bowls, tankards, jugs, etc. I am not a student of Greek history or art, but found the book to be very readable and was interested in the history and many of the examples shown. Many years ago while touring in Greece I bought a copy of an early Greek lidded bowl, which I have always admired, and thus became interested in learning more about it. This book was definitely helpful.
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3.0 su 5 stelle Dry information presented in an incoherent manner 26 settembre 2012
Di Amadeus 888 - Pubblicato su
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I was disappointed with this book. I read it, because I thought it would better help me understand the development of Greek pottery. What I found instead, was a torrent of non-essential information presented in an incoherent manner. The book is divided into 10 chapters, the first chapter is devoted to a history of Greek vases and is more than one third of the book! There are no sections or headings to better organize the material, only one huge chapter full of names and illustrations. While some information is given to allow the reader to understand the progress from one style and period to another, this generally fails to be addressed in depth or in a satisfactory manner. There is very little information on the actual aesthetics of Greek vases. Boardman chooses to focus on other things instead.

Furthermore, I feel that the author's ideas about Greek pottery, its development, themes and technique are a bit superficial. Somehow, Boardman, despite his scholarship, fails to see the bigger picture.

While I appreciate the tons of information and research that went into this book, I needed something more, something that would address the essentials of Greek pottery (its logic, philosophy, aesthetic development.) Unfortunately, I didn't find it in this book, which is geared more towards archaeologists, than historians of art, artists or the general public.
7 di 10 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle clay pots of greece 1 settembre 2001
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Though this adds to a field which has been dealt with before, the book presnts a fresh and insightful viewpoint. It will be valuable to all students of Greek history and chronolgy, and modern "pot throwers" everywhere.