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Sculpture in Greece

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Maria Segovia Amorós

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Sculpture in Greece
Classical Period
Classical: Discobolus of Myron
Hellenistic. The Dying Gaul
Classical canon: The Doryphoros
Greek artists wanted to represent ideal beauty and movement . To do this , they studied the ideal proportions of the human body and developed the canon.
Greek Art: the search for beauty
GREEK SCULPTURE
The Archaic Period:
represent naked young men (kuroi) and young women in dresses ( korai) . They body is in a standing position , facing forward . The facial expression is inscrutable , with a slight smile .
In the Classical Period , the bodies show agility and movement and have serene facial expression .
Hellenistic Period
The greek canon is a model for representing the human body. It
is based on the proportions between the different parts of the body .
In the Hellenistic Period , the facial expressions show human emotions and feelings. Also, the body is twisted in exaggerated movements .
Archaic: Peplos Kore
Classical: Aphrodite of Cnidus
Thank you for your attention !!!
Maria Segovia Amorós
Judith Sempere De la Rosa
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