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ART 105 Exam 1 Study Guide 7. Ancient Greece Cultural Identity – most civilized culture after defeating Persians; superior to all others Government and Philosophy – polis = democracy; Plato, Socrates, Aristotle “Man is the Measure of All Things” (rather than gods) – gods were human in form; grave markers; emphasis on the individual above all; NATURALISM – human scale and organic form; first to sign works Painting Styles: o Earliest: Geometric (1000 – 700 B.C.) Orientalizing (700 – 600 B.C.) Archaic (600 – 480 B.C.) Black-figure Late Archaic to Classical (530 – 400 B.C.) Red-figure painting – freer, representation of more natural forms Classical to Hellenistic (450 – 1 st century B.C.) White-ground painting – for grave dedications Mosaic (pictorial style) Sculpture Archaic (600 – 480 B.C.) Kouros and Kore – life-size human figures out of stone; emphasis on human anatomy Early Classical (480 – 450 B.C.) Kritios Boy – simpler forms, less stylization, but some (hair), organic
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2011 for the course ART 105 taught by Professor Kimberly during the Summer '08 term at Northern Virginia Community College.

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