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Raquel Querentes GREEK ART ART I ART II PERIODS ARCHITECTURE COINS Greek art is divided into diferent periods:
·Geometric (IX and VIII B.C.)
·Orientalizant (VIII and VII B.C.)
· Archaic (VII and VI B.C.)
· Severe (VI and V B.C.)
· Classical (V and IV B.C.)
· Hellenistic (IV, III and II B.C.) The Ancient Greeks made pottery for everyday use, not for display; the trophies won at games are the exception. Most surviving pottery consist of drinking vessels, such as amphorae or kraters. Painted funeral urns have also been found. In the Hellenistic Period, a lot of pottery was produced, but it isn't very important. KINDS OF ART The most important parts of this architecture are the temples and the theaters. Greek architecture is distinguished by its highly formalized characteristics. For example, temples are built on high areas, because this way their elegance of its proportions and the effects of the light on its surface can be seen from any angle. Greek art has exercised an enormus influence on the culture of many countries all over the world, particularly in the areas of sculpture and architecture. In the West, the art of the Roman Empire was largely derived from Greek models. In the East, Alexander the Great's conquests initiated several centuries of exchange between Greek, Central Asian and Indian cultures, resulting in Greco-Buddhist art, with ramifications as far as Japan. Following the Renaissance in Europe, the humanist aesthetic and the high technical standards of Greek art inspired generations of European artists. POTTERY architecture pottery sculpture coins Coins were invented in the kingdom of Lybia. They soon spread to the polis.
The history of Ancient Greek coins can be divided into three periods:
·The Archaic period
· The Classical period
· The Hellenistic period SCULPTURE The sculpture in Ancient Greece reached the ideal of artistic beauty. Although Greece excelled in all the fine arts, sculpture is one of the most important. Most used materials were bronze and marble. Greek sculpture represented deities and warriors. It is divided into three periods:
· The Archaic Period
· The Classical Period
· The Hellenistic Period