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Dr. E. R. O. von Mach, of the Department of Fine Arts, is preparing a new book on Greek art which will be issued by Ginn and Company early next fall. The book is entitled "Greek Sculpture: A Discussion of its Spirit and Principles," and is intended to give an insight into the essence of the spirit of Greek sculpture, a matter which has in the past been neglected in favor of archaeological histories of Greek art and biographics of individual artists.
The book will contain about 250 pages and 150 illustrations.
Dr. von Mach also has nearly ready for publication "Outlines for the Study of the History of Painting from 1200 to 1900," a series of tables designed to show the student at a glance the relative importance and historical position of an artist, and to relieve the teacher of the necessity of presenting much routine material, such as dates and other bare facts. The outlines will be bound in large folio form and will be issued early next week.
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