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SCULPTURE
SCULPTURE THROUGH TIME
Greek art
Baroque
SCULPTURE IS A THREE-DIMENSIONAL ARTWORK
CAN BE MADE BY:
CARVING
MODELING
ASSEMBLING
CASTLING
TYPES :
RELIEF
FREE STANDING
KINETIC
ORNAMENTAL
RELIEF
FREE STANDING
KINETIC
ORNAMENTAL
INSTALLATION ART
describes an artistic genre of three-dimensional works that are often site-specific and designed to transform the perception of a space
EARTH ART
The art of altering the natural environment to create earthworks.
PRE-HISTORY
Typically made from stone
themes and subjects were often religious or suggestive of deities
Venus of Willendorf
ANCIENT TIME
Sumerians were known for their cuneiform on clay tablets
Egyptians portray their pharaohs, gods and goddesses.
Archaic
Greeks developed a variety of philosophical, literary and artistic forms for various reasons.
Hellenic
golden age of classicism in Greece
classical period expressions assumed a dignified serenity
Roman art
heavily influenced by Greeks
kouros
kore
Aphrodite of Melos
The Lacoon Group
Myron's bronze diskobolos
Athena Parthenos
Doryphoros
Aphrodite of Cnidus
Nike of Samothrace
The medieval period
religion dominated art
relief and standing were used.
artists abundantly inventive in the use of nonrepresentational forms
Renaissance
tympana
gargoyles
stained-glass
arabesque
use of linear perspective
sculpture developed in Florence
The Feast of Herod
Pieta
Statue of David
Expressive, dynamic, theatric, and rastless
Neo-Classicism
Movement concentrated on the smooth perfection of form and surfaces
Ecstasy of St. Theresa
The Fountain of Four Rivers
Cupid and Psyche
Christus
The Thinker Statue
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