Art 101 Week 8 DQ 1

Art 101 Week 8 DQ 1 - represent their culture belief and...

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Art 101 Week 8 DQ 1 Yolanda Campos The Egyptians use their artistes on walls of their temples and burial complexes. One of their art of human body was the sculpture of Senwosret I, on the left was Amun (the chief God of Thebes) he was recognized by the two plumes that form his headdress and his erect penis, and in the middle stood Atum (creator God). The Greeks use their artistes on stones to show the decoration and embellish beauty of their great achievements. One of the arts of human body was the sculpture of the great Emperor Yu who ruled it was based on anonymous song. The similarities of the Egyptians and the Greek art work are outstanding and the
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Unformatted text preview: represent their culture, belief and how life was back then in their own eyes. The differences are the Greeks way of human form is usually naked because that is the way of capturing the hero or showing the character of the subject matter. They are also very dramatic and have great detail. The Egyptians have clothing but also have symbols to identify each human body and who they represent. Each sculpture identifies their life and culture like their clothing, possessions, and surroundings....
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This note was uploaded on 08/25/2011 for the course ART 101 taught by Professor Annavida during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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