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Roman Art 500 B.C- 476 A.D

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Rebecca Whitt

on 17 September 2013

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Roman Art 500 B.C- 476 A.D
Art in this period was heavily influenced by the Greeks
Romans sought out originals or replicates of original Greek work
Roman Realism
Sculptures of people showed all the imperfections of the face, unlike Greek work
They served as records of the persons existence, not statements about the human condition

Examples of Portraiture
Major Works
Artists were viewed more as tradesmen and often didn't sign their work
Some of the most lasting achievements of the Roman empire are in architecture
Arches and columns
Topic 4
Historical Events
Julius Caesar assassinated (44 BC)
Augustus Proclaimed emperor (27 BC)
Eruption of Mt. Vesuvius (79 AD)
Diocletian splits empire (292 AD)
Rome Falls (476 AD)

Portrait Bust of Bearded Man, 150-75 A.D Roman-Egyptian Funeral Portrait Portrait bust of man 1st century B.C
Augustus of Prima Porta, 1st century A.D
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