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Art Appretiation: Ancient Greece

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Art Appretiation: Ancient Greece Art 1300

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Art Appreciation
Anne Perry
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Art, Appretiation, ancient, Greece, The Parthenon, sculpture
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by lugarte2 Notetaker on Sunday March 27, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Art 1300 at University of Texas at El Paso taught by Anne Perry in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 26 views. For similar materials see Art Appreciation in Art at University of Texas at El Paso.


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Date Created: 03/27/16
ANCIENT GREECE FIGURAL SCULPTURE STYLES  ARCHAIC  Basedon AncientEgypt  The young male isrepresentednude  The figure iscalled“kouros”  The young male looksstiff,andhasone footin frontoftheother one  CLASSICAL  The sculptureisin “contrappostopose”(More relaxedpose)  Looksmorenaturalisticthan archaicstyle  The figure isan adultmale  The figure iscalled“doryphoros”  HELLENISTIC  Representssexualplay  The figure isdramatic  Ittriestogetthe viewer’sattention  Realistic Examples: Venusde Milo,BarberiniFaun andLaocoon, PARTHENON  The ruler atthetime wasPericles  The construction hasa“doric”style  VisualRefinementsthat givesan opticalillusion totheconstruction  Ithasascale replicain Nashville SCULPTURAL PROGRAM  PEDIMENTS  East:hasafreestanding marble figures that representthemythicalbirthofAthena  West:thefreestanding figures representthecontestbetween AthenaandPoseidon  METOPES –TheParthenon has92figuresthat represent mythicalbattles  Postandinteldrymasonryconstruction  LordElgintook 72figuresofthepanathenaicprocession ATHENA  Carvedoutofwood,hasivoryskin andgolddrapery.  Itislocatedinside thetemple  The scale replicaislocated in Nashville


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