N.F. 2, 1928, S. 199-218; Erwin Panofsky, The Neoplatonic Movemenr and Michelangelo (Studies in Iconology; 6), New ... 4: The Tomb of Julius A¼, Princeton 1970, S.59L; David Summers, Contrapposto: Style and Meaning in Renaissance ... The contrapposti do not entail contrasts between stauc and dynamic functions in the members, nor between weight-bearing and free. Movements are completed, not arre- sted; and thus they seem neither to reflect a past action nor anticipate a newanbsp;...
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