CHAIR AND SMALL TABLE

Vase painting 475-450 B.C. Torno Collection, Milan In the klismos, the classic chair, the legs swing outward and the back swings upward in a continuous line. Early in the fifth century the leg has no foot. A broad horizontal slat is added to the top of the back which encircles the shoulders. The three legs of the small table curve in the same line as the chair.

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