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Unformatted text preview: Ancient Greece Geometric Orientalizing Archaic Painting DIVISIONS OF GREEK ART 900-700 Geometric 700-600 Orientalizing 600-480 Archaic 480-323 Classical 480-450 Early Classical 450-400 High Classical 400-323 Late Classical 323-30 Hellenistic Factors of Greek Art: The Early Years 1) Native Greek style develops in the Geometric; 2) Outside influences, diversity and hybridity in the Orientalizing period; 3) Synthesis of the two styles to form the archaic. Geometric Art 900-700 BCE Early Geometric: 900-850 (meanders on dark ground) Middle Geometric: 850- 750 (increased vocabulary and complex syntax) Late Geometric: 750-700 (emergence of man and narrative scenes) This is a meander! Early geometric Krater with lid, 9 th century BCE Anatomy of a Greek vase Neck Shoulder Belly Foot Amphora with different handle placement: neck, shoulder, and belly Detail of amphora handle Note how everything is divided up, sectioned off, and then filled up with decoration and patterns. Detail of decoration at the shoulder Left: Dipylon vase, ceramic; below: Dipylon krater, ceramic, both c. 750- 700 bce, Geometric, Athens. Hirschfeld Krater (Dipylon Krater) c....
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