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A List Of The Principal Works Of Praxiteles Mentioned By Greek Or Roman Writers

THE twelve Gods, in a temple at Megara—Hera enthroned between Athena and Hebe, marble, in a temple at Mantinea—Rhea and Hera, marble, at Platxa—Demeter, Persephone, and Iacchus, marble (?), in a temple at Athens—The Rape of Persephone, bronze, at Athens (?)—"Flora, Triptolemus, and Ceres," marble, in the Servilian Gardens, Rome—"Bonus Eventus" and " Bona Fortuna," marble, on the Capitol, Rome—Apollo and Poseidon, marble, Rome—Apollo Sauroctonus, bronze (see Plate vii)—Leto, Apollo, and Artemis, marble, in a temple at Megara—Leto with Apollo and Artemis, marble, at Mantinea (see Plate viIi)—Leto and Chloris, marble, in a témple at Argos—Artemis Brauronia, marble (?), on the Acropolis, Athens—Artemis, marble, at Anticyra—Tyche, marble, in a temple at Megara—Trophonius as .AEsculapius, marble, at Lebadeia— Hermes carrying the Infant Dionysus, marble, in the Temple of Hera at Olympia (Plates I and II)—Dionysus, marble, in a temple at Elis—Dionysus, Staphylos, and Methe, bronze, Rome—Three statues of a Satyr, one of which stood on the Street of Tripods in Athens, one in a temple of Dionysus at Megara, and one in Rome in the time of Pliny (see Plates V and VII)— Mænads, Thyads, Caryatids, and Sileni, marble, on the Capitol, Rome-Pan, Nymphs, and Danaé, marble—Aphrodite of Cnidus, marble (see Plates III and IV)—Aphrodite of Cos, marble—Aphrodite of Thespiae, marble —Aphrodite, bronze, before the Temple of Felicitas in Rome—Aphrodite in Caria—Peitho and Paregoras, marble, in a temple at Megara—Eros at Thespiae; Eros at Parium; Eros at Messana— Labors of Hercules, marble pediment group at Thebes—Thespiadae, bronze (?), before the Temple of Felicitas in Rome— Two statues of Phryne, one of which was of marble at Thespiae and one of gilded bronze at Delphi—Warrior with Horse, on a tomb at Athens—Statue of a Youth, bronze, on the Acropolis, Athens—Portrait-figure at Thespiae—Weeping Woman and Laughing Courtezan, bronze, Athens (?)—Charioteer for the chariot-steeds of Calamis, bronze, at Athens (?)—Girl adorning herself; bronze, at Athens.

PRAXITELES BIBLIOGRAPHY

A LIST OF THE 'PRINCIPAL BOOKS AND PERIODICALS DEALING WITH PRAXITELES

IT has been impossible to find room in the present list for more than a limited selection from the extensive literature upon Praxiteles; but the more important volumes dealing exclusively with him or his works have been included, together with the principal books on Greek sculpture in general in which space is devoted to him. Many of the most valuable articles (too many to specify in detail) have, however, appeared in those periodicals of which the titles are appended.

AMELUNG, W. Die Basis des Praxiteles aus Mantinea. (Munich, 1895)-BRUNNBRUCKMANN. Denkmaler griechischer und romischer Sculptur [plates only]. (Munich, 1884-94)—BRUNN, H. Geschichte der griechischen Künstler. (Stuttgart, 1889) — COLLIGNON, M. Histoire de la sculpture grecque. (Paris, 1892-97)--FRIEDERICHS, C. Bausteine zur Geschichte der griechisch-romischen Plastik; die Gipsabgüsse antiker Bildwerke: Edited by P. Wolters. (Berlin,1885)—FRIEDRICHS, K. Praxiteles und die Niobegruppe. (Leipsic,1863)—FURTWANGLERA., and URLICHS,H.L. Denkmaler griechischer und romischer Sculptur. (Munich, 1898)-FURTWANGLER, A. Masterpieces of Greek Sculpture: Edited by E. Sellers. (London, 1895)—FURTWANGLER, A. Meisterwerke der griechischen Plastik. (Leipsic, 1893)—GARDNER, E. A. Handbook of Greek Sculpture. (London, 1897)— JONES, H. S. Select Passages from Ancient Writers. (London,1895) KÉKULÉ, R. VONS. Der Kopf des praxitelischen Hermes. (Stuttgart, 1881)— KLEIN,W. Praxiteles. (Leipsic, 1898)—KNACKFUSS, H., and ZIMMERMANN, M. G. Allgemeine Kunstgeschichte. (Leipsic, 1897)-LUEKE, W. History of Sculpture: Trans. by F. B. Bunnètt. (London, 1872) —MITCHELL, L. M. History of Ancient Sculpture. (New York, 1894)—MURRAY,A. S. History of Greek Sculpture. (London,1890)—OVERBECK, J. A. Geschichte der griechischen Plastik. (Leipsic, 1895)—OVERBECK, J. A. Die antiken Schriftquellen zur Geschichte der bildenden Kunste bei den Griechen. (Leipsic, 1868) — PARIS, P. Manual of Ancient Sculpture. (London, 1890)—PERRY, W. C. Greek and Roman Sculpture. (London, 1882)—RAYET, O. Monuments de l'art antique. (Paris, 1884)—TARBELL, F. B. History of Greek Arta (Meadville, 1896)—TREU,G. Der Hermes mit dem Dionysosknaben. (Berlin, 1878)—UPCOTT, L. E. Introduction to Greek Sculpture. (Oxford, 1887)—URLICHS, C.. L. Observationes de arte Praxitelis. (Würzburg, 1858) —WALDSTEIN, C. Essays on the Art of Pheidias: Appendix. (Cam-bridge, 1885)—WEIL, R. 'Praxiteles' in Baumeister's 'Denkmaler des klassischen Altertums.' (Munich, 1888).

PERIODICALS

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLGY (1885 et seq.) ; ANTIKE DENKMALER, etc. (1891 et seq.); ARCHAOLOGISCHEN ZEITUNG (1843-85) ; BULLETIN DE CORRESPONDENCE HELLÉNIQUE (1877 et seq.); DEUTSCHE RUNDSCHAU; GAZETTE ARCHÉOLOGIQUE (1875 et seq.); GAZETTE DES BEAUX-ARTS (1859 et seq.); JAHRBUCH DES K. DEUTSCHEN ARCHAOLOGISCHEN INSTITUTS (1886 et seq.); JAHRBÜCHER FUR CLASSISCHE PHILOLOGIE (1882 et seq.) ; JOURNAL OF HELLENIC STUDIES (1880 et seq.) ; MITTHEILUNGEN DES K. DEUTSCHEN ARCHAEOLOGISCHEN INSTITUTS IN ATHEN (1829 et seq.); REVUE ARCHÉOLOGIQUE (1844 et seq.); ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR BILDENDE KUNST.

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