Through excellent selection of places and a well organized, smoothly written text, the author follows the gradual trends and...

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Through excellent selection of places and a well organized, smoothly written text, the author follows the gradual trends and sudden revolutions of sculpture from the neo-classicism of the mid-nineteenth century to the dominant free expression of the early twentieth. In the works of the mediocre imitators, the great influencers, and the daring deviants, Mr. Selz finds a comprehensible and logical pattern of development. The high quality, carefully documented--by illustrations--volume is a fine, instructive study for both students and appreciators of art.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1963