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Recitation 3  Week of September 27   High Classical Greek Art  and  Late Classical Greek Art 
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Naturalism (as opposed to Abstraction seen in Egyptian Art) Idealism Realism
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**Grave Stele of Hegeso , ca. 410–400 BCE, marble relief sculpture.  [High Classical Greek Art. Not in Stokstad.] stele
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**Grave Stele from the Ilissos River , ca. 340–330 BCE, marble relief sculpture. [ Late Classical Greek Art. Not in Stokstad.] pathos
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Archaic Greek Art High Classical Greek Art Late Classical Greek Art canon of proportions (Lysippos)
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**Nereid Monument
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Unformatted text preview: , Xanthos (Western Turkey), 390–380 BCE, architecture, marble. [Late Classical Greek Art. Not in Stokstad.] Pheidian style **Kallikrates, Temple of Athena Nike , Acropolis, Athens, ca. 410–405 BCE, architecture, marble [High Classical Greek Art. Not in Stokstad.] **Nereid Monument , Xanthos (Western Turkey), 390–380 BCE, architecture, marble. [Late Classical Greek Art. Not in Stokstad.] Naturalism Idealism Realism stele pathos canon of proportions Pheidian style VOCABULARY REVIEW...
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