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SCULPTURE, POTTERY AND PAINTING IN GREECE

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María Romero

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Transcript of SCULPTURE, POTTERY AND PAINTING IN GREECE

INDEX
1. Greek art: the search for beauty

2. Greek sculpture
GREEK ART: THE SEARCH FOR BEAUTY
GREEK SCULPTURE
There were three main stages:

-Archaid Period:
Represented naked young men (kouroi) and young women in dressed (korai).

-Classical Period:
The bodies show agility and movement and have serene facial expressions.

-Hellenestic Period:
The facial expressions show human emotions and feelings. Also, the body is twisted in exaggerated movements.

END
SCULPTURE, POTTERY AND PAINTING IN GREECE
María Romero Broseta
&
Carmen Pomares Sanchiz

Greek artists:
wanted to represent ideal beauty and movement.
The Greek canon:

is a model for representing the human body. It´s based on the proportions between the different parts of the body.
THANKS FOR YOUR ATTENTION
Some architectue greek:
Archaid period
Sculture of
Classical scultures
Discóbolo
de mirón
Diadúmeno
Doríforo
kouroi
Korai dóricas
Kore
del peplos
Laoconte and
her sons
Hellenistic Scultures
Hermafrodito
Gálata moribundo
Venus of Milo
The Victory
Perfec canon
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