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Title Roman artists, patrons, and public consumption : familiar works reconsidered / edited by Brenda Longfellow & Ellen E. Perry
Published Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, [2018]
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Contents Beyond surprise : looking again at the Sleeping hermaphrodite in the Palazzo Massimo / Jennifer Trimble -- Dismembering a sacred cow : the Extispicium relief in the Louvre / Melanie Grunow Sobocinski and Elizabeth Wolfram Thill -- The Salutaris foundation : monumentality through periodic rehearsal / Diana Y. Ng -- From mystery masterpiece to Roman artwork : the journey of the Aspasia statue type in the Roman Empire / Lea M. Stirling -- The Sebaste Apollo : form, function, and local meaning / Elise A. Friedland -- At face value : painted ladies on Pompeiian walls / Bettina Bergmann -- Marriage divine? narratives of the courtship of Mars and Venus in Roman painting and poetry / Molly Swetnam-Burland -- Beyond high and low : the beauty of beasts at the House of the Citharist in Pompeii / Barbara Kellum -- The votive relief from House V.3.10 in Pompeii : new perspectives on a sculpture and its context reexamined / Jessica Powers
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Description based on print version record
Subject Art and society -- Rome
Art, Roman -- Themes, motives
Art and society.
Art, Roman -- Themes, motives.
Rome (Empire)
Form Electronic book
Author Longfellow, Brenda, 1973- editor.
Perry, Ellen, 1965- editor.
LC no. 2019718243
ISBN 0472123491