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This is a pre1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process.This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.Coming to Florence, Ghiberti found himself opposed to six of the best sculptors of Italy. There was Filippo Brunelleschi, who afterwards became famous as the architect of the dome of the Florentine Cathedral. There was also Jacopo della Quercia, the Sienese sculptor. Each competitor received " four tables of brass," and a year was given to prepare a panel representing the "

Sacrifice.of Isaac." At the end of the time it was evident that the contest had resolved itself into a duel between Olympiads: 34.49–52); and second, through a series of lists, an interest in relating different sculptures to different sculptors. After laying out in historical order the “ages of the most famous” sculptors (34.53), Pliny analyses the more celebrated artists of the fifth and fourth centuries BC in greater detail (including Pheidias, Polyclitus, Myron, Lysippus, and Praxiteles: 34.53–71). The discussion subsequently proceeds to an alphabetical register of lesser known sculptors (arranged from Next, having made a large Crucifix on wood, painted afterthe Greek manner, he sentit toFlorence to Messer

Farinata.degli Uberti, amost famous citizen, forthe reason that he had, among othernoble deeds,freed his country from imminent ruin andperil. This Crucifix istoday in S. Croce, between the Chapelof the Peruzzi and that oftheGiugni. InS. Domenico in Arezzo, a churchand convent built by the Lords ofPietramala in the year 1275, astheir arms still prove, hewrought many works, REFERENCES: Charles de Kay, New York Times (]uly 10, I904); Annie Nathan Meyer, Met. M as. Bull., old series I (I906) :62; Rupert Hughes, Appleton's Magazine, 3 (I906) :7o9; Catalogue of Sculpture (Metropolitan Museum, I908); Elbert Hubbard, Los Angeles Examiner (Apr. 26, I915); I. W. McSpadden, Famous Sculptors of America (I927). EXHIBITED: Louisiana Purchase

Exposition,.St. Louis, I904, Gold Medal; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, I905; National In the Middle Hellenistic period, notable sculptors worked in other regions, too men like Damophon of Messene, famous for his group of Demeter, Despoina, the Titan Anytos and Artemis, which stood in the temple of the Great Goddesses at Lykosoura in Arkadia. Others whose names are known are Euboulides of Athens, Eukleides and Nikeratos, Epigonos of Pergamon and Stratonikos of Kyzikos. We may note here a number of pieces whose creators are not known, but which are