Art Practice - 2.3.4Practice:Be the CriticPractice Art Appreciation Points Possible:20 Name:Star Buentiempo Date Practice Be the Critic In this art

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2.3.4Practice:Be the Critic Practice Art Appreciation Points Possible: 20 Name:Star Buentiempo Date:9/25/2019 Practice: Be the Critic In this art critique, you will compare two ancient sculptures. This is a very different type of critique from one you would do for contemporary (present-day) art. You don't know anything about the artists, and it's hard to know much about their historical context. For this critique, use what you've learned to write about what you see and compare each statue. Be thoughtful in your responses, even if it means guessing at the possible answer. To see larger images of each sculpture, click on the icon on the main page of this practice activity.
Left: Ancient Egyptian sculpture, 7th century BC. Right: Ancient Greek sculpture, 5th century BC. 1. Describe (5 points) The first sculpture is very simplistic and smooth while the other is very detailed and decomposed. 2. Identify (3 points) One is an ancient egyptian sculpture from 7th century B.C.

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