Master-hand Attributions of Classical Greek Sculptors by 3D-Analysis at Olympia - Some Preliminary Remarks (English)

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The sculptural decoration of the temple of Zeus at Olympia is nowadays generally considered as one of the most important and most magnificent works of ancient Greek art. The fragments have been thoroughly studied since their discovery in the 1880's, but they still pose some important questions. Perhaps the most difficult and the most distressing problem regards the identity of the master(s) of these works. Despite the high artistic quality and their excellent workmanship, nobody really knows, who the sculptor (or the sculptors) of these pieces actually was (were) and where he (they) came from.

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