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Artium Quaestiones — 10.2000

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KEVIN E. KANDT

18. Andréas Schlüter. Krasinski Palace, detail from the court-façade relief.
Head of a Slave

In terms of style, a pervasive Hellenistic quality in the bearded digni-
taires and soldiers with long noses, deeply-set eyes, heavy brows, and up-
turned heads gives a facial expressiveness to these figures (Figs. 16, 18-
20, 23-24) comparable to the Dying Warrior keystone reliefs (begun 1696)
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