How odd that Ernest Gombrich in Art and Illusion should feel that this is still "conceptual" art! Op. cit., Part II, Ch. IV, p. 131. He is discussing the Judgment of Paris cup in Berlin, and he is puzzled by the "almost pictographic clarity of form that Greek art inherited from Egypt". I was shocked a half century ago by the paragraph from which this comes, though generally I am very comfortable in being brought to see as Gombrich did.