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Greek Art Lecture.

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In his fourth lecture on Greek Art last night Mr. Robinson spoke on the grouping of figures. He outlined the progress of the groups from the stage in which it was a mere juxtaposition of independent figures to that in which, in statues and in friezes, it acquired a unity of whole. He emphasized the part which shadow effect was made to play in the Greek friezes, and spoke in closing of the painting of Greek sculpture.

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