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A wonderful, highly illustrated, account of how sacred design was used in art, architecture, and music in ancient Greece. All forms of Greek art were based upon a reverence for geometrical order and a sense of the structure of the cosmos. This explains the lasting and haunting perfection of everything they created, their temples, their statues, and their music.
Lucie Wolfer-Sulzer was a Swiss art and craft historian who measured and studied the geometrical designs of Greek temples. She discovered that Greek statues followed the same plans, and then realized that these principles were used also in ancient Greek music.
Softback 200 pages
|264 × 190 × .31 cm