New York: Devin-Adair Company, (1960).
Hardcover. Reprint. Octavo. Illustrated. Fine in price-clipped and lightly rubbed very good or better dustwrapper. Classic work on Greek vases and their geometry and proportions. Hambidge starts with a chapter of basic designs and proportions in nature, then applies these an analysis of the Greek Vase. Along the way, he divides the vases into groups, and then he dissects rectangles, triangles and other forms, and shows the "most beautiful shape" according to Plato.