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Greek Sculpture

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Jason Oosting

on 24 October 2016

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Transcript of Greek Sculpture

Greek Vase Painting
Korai
"stay and mourn at the tomb of dead
Kroisos
, whom raging
Ares
destroyed one day as he fought in the foremost ranks."
640 – 480 BCE
Archaic Period
Dipylon Krater
Dipylon Amphora
900 – 700 BCE
Geometric Art
Ancient Greece
Because the ancient Greeks believed in anthropomorphic gods, how would this affect the figural representations (way of representing the human form) in their art?
Answer this question in light of the following Greek philosophical ideas:
Ancient Greek Sculpture and Pottery
New
York
Kouros
590 - 580 BCE
Geography
Athletics
Anavysos Kouros
ca. 530 BCE
Peplos Kore
"Know thyself"
"A sound mind in a sound body"
"Man is the measure of all things"
Black Figure

Red Figure
vs.
Encaustic Paint
Archaic Greek
Marble
Archaic Greek
Marble
c. 530 BCE
Niobides Krater
Classical Greek
Marble
c. 460-450 BCE
Painted by an anonymous painter called the "Niobid Painter"
Doryphoros
Classical Greek
Polykleitos
450-440 BCE
Original
BRONZE
Roman copy is
was
Chiastic
Balance
Marble
H
A
I
R
eroic
loof
deal
estrained
Contrapposto
Boxer at Rest
1
2
3
4
5
Grave Stele of Hegeso
Attributed to Kallimachos
Marble and paint
410 BCE
Winged Victory of Samothrace
Hellenistic Greek
Marble
c. 190 BCE
Hellenistic Greek
c. 100 BCE
Bronze
Nike
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