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Ancient Greek arts

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Double click anywhere & add an idea Ancient Greek
Fine Arts and
Sculpture The Ancient Greeks were not only fond of architecture
but they also had a love for art. Their art has
inspired many of us today with their abstract style.
These are examples of the art they used to create in
the Ancient Greece. Architectural Design Sculptures Pottery Fine Jewellery Acient Greek Arts Impact on Civilizations West East Roman Empire Renaissance Art of ancient Greece has an enormous influence on the culture of many countries from ancient times until the present The art created by the Roman empire was inspired by what the Ancient Greeks made, they had a similar abstract style.
Following the Renaissance in Europe, the humanist aesthetic and the high technical standards of Greek art inspired generations of European artists. Modern
Eurpean Art Now adays, in the 21st century, the classical tradition derived from Greek art dominated the art of the western world. Alexander the Great's
Empire
Indian Culture Alexander the Great's conquests initiated several centuries of exchange between Greek, Central Asian and Indian cultures. Greco-Buddish Art This resulted in Greco-Buddhist art, with influence as far as Japan, this means that the art they used to create is still existing by the modern society's artists. Many of the statues that have survived are actually of Roman origin. Ancient
Greek
Artists Pottery/Vase Painters Sculptors Douris (500 BC - 460 BC) Epiktetos (520 BC- 490 BC) Euphronios (520 BC - 470 BC) Alcamenes (5th Century BC) Myron (5th Century BC) Phidias (Pheidias) (Around 490-430 BC) He decorated near 70,000 pottery & vases
Forty vases are signed Douris (500 BC - 460 BC) He is most known in decorating red-figure cups Euphronios (520 BC - 470 BC) He signed his name on 18 vases
Scholars today consider him one of the “Pioneers,” the first one to draw with the red-figure technique
He was interested in showing the human body in many different poses Epiktetos (520 BC- 490 BC) His specialty was in kylixes Alcamenes (5th Century BC) Hermes head “Propylaeus” Alcamenes is still considered today as a progressive and original artist, and his work greatly affected the ancient Greek world Myron (5th Century BC) His fame was in representation of athletes His artwork helped revolutionize and improve Greek art, and many other types of art, over the years Discobolus
(a discus thrower) Phidias (Pheidias) (Around 490-430 BC) Artistic director of the construction of the Parthenon Promachos Lemnian Parthenos By:Hosam and Tarek Life without Ancient
Greek art will be.. very dull because the creativity
and ideas we got today came from
the art and thought of the ancient
Greeks because they influenced
us by their creativity, we may
have not even thought of the models
or prototypes of inventions that
are made in today's world if it wasn't
for the Ancient Greeks. Their art
also helped us with enterntainment
uses, whether admiring the painting
or making one your own, you always find
it very amazing and attractive and it
always gives you that spark that will
boost up your hopes on finding
enterntainment Conclusion Works Cited Throughout researching the information
for this presentation, we have came to
notice a lot about the Ancient Greeks,
we noticed that they're love for art has
led us to become more creative and inspired
in our work, and that is how we mostly get
the inventions we use today, through creativity. "Ancient Greek Art - History for Kids!" Kidipede - History and Science for Kids - Homework Help for Middle School. Web. 27 Apr. 2010. <http://www.historyforkids.org/learn/greeks/art/greekart.htm>. WEBSITES: BOOKS: Hodge, Susie. Ancient Greek Art. Des Plaines, Ill.: Heinemann Interactive Library, 2006. Print.
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