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Arts & Ideas Realism & Idealism in Sculptures
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This website talked about Roman art and architecture. It focused mainly on Roman art and how they adopted some of their painting techniques from the Greeks. It also talks about how Roman paintings and sculptures focused on a particular person and it being realistic instead of the "ideal" look.
User, Dbk87. "Greek and Roman Art History." Greek and Roman Art History. N.p., 13 Dec. 2011. Web. 15 Apr. 2013.
This website is a slide show sharing website. This particular slide show talked about Greek and Roman art. It broke down the Greek period and which techniques of art occurred at which time. It did the same with the Roman Empire and talked about the differences and the alike-ness of the Roman art to the Greek art. Greek art mainly focused on the 'Ideal' look of the sculptured person, while the Romans focused on the realistic version of the person sculpted.
"Greek Art : The Geometric Period." Ancient Greek and Roman Art. N.p., n.d. Web. 15 Apr. 2013.
This Website talked about how the Hellenistic period of Greece focused mainly on statues and scultures that showed movement and realism/ ideal figures. It also talks about how the Roman empire adopted that style of sculpting and focused on realness and emotion. The Romans continued this form of art throughout its time.
Arts & Ideas
Realism & Idealism in Sculptures Greek and Roman Sculptures Roman and Greek Sculptures Modern Day Art & Sculptures Conclusion Greek Idealism
Focused on what the people want to see
The ideal God
Beauty & imperfection
Roman movement and Realism
Romans Focused on movement of the human body; clothing, body parts, and muscles
The real human
Feel like the rulers and gods were just like them to connect with the people Characteristics of Renaissance sculptures
Portraying of realistic people and others
Using Greek and Roman techniques
Beauty, Balance and Harmony; Majestic
Value of the individual
Didn't follow a single method to portray art
Realism and Classical Influence
Renaissance, focused to portray the world as realistic as possible
studied perspective; three- dimensional objects, flat surfaces
Focused mostly on religious figures
Also sculpted scenes from ancient Greek and Roman Myths
Human Personality; expressions
Humanity, show people as they really are How do we depict beauty in our art?
After the Renaissance; entered the modern era
Reflect beauty, inspiration, modern peoples interest to achieve, compete and how the world is depicted all around us
Influence of Humanism, Movement, Realism, and idealism adopted from the classical ages of Rome and Ancient Greece In conclusion I feel that the art of sculpting has effected society in a great way ever since ancient times. Greek and Roman art of sculpting has influence the way modern art is portrayed and shown today. Using the characteristics of Idealism, movement and Realism, as well as studying humanism, we better understand the beauty of art & what we feel is beauty. Without the ancient Greeks and Romans portraying movement and realism in ancient art and art today we would have never learned or seen how beauty and realness is shown through ancient sculptures of battle scenes, ancient gods, and key figures through out history. Thesis: The practice of Ancient Greece and Rome sculpting has had a big influence on how art and sculptures have evolved over time & had an influence on how beauty is portrayed in different styles Renaissance Sculptures Leonardo Da Vinci; Studied human anatomy
Michelangelo; famous painter and sculptor
Artists competed with each other for paid assignments; fame
Meant for people to enjoy Modern Day Sculptures Influence of Greek and Roman Sculpture in the Renaissance Greek Goddess Athena Greek Goddess Aphrodite Discobolos (The Discus Thrower) by Myron Famous Michelangelo Sculpture Famous Michelangelo Sculpture Cause and Effect Cause: The Styles of Greek and Roman Art
Effect: Modern day art is influenced from Greek and Roman methods of portraying realism, human anatomy and the way we perceive beauty today Rocky Balboa of Sylvester Stallone’s Rocky movies Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial statue "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder"