Archaic Greek Sculpture

Archaic Greek Sculpture - ArchaicStyle 1.

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Archaic Style  1. Reliance on Schemata, not modeled on natural people  2. Pattern  3. Shallow carving, carved on the surface and plane decoration  4. Linearity  5. Impulse for ornamental design  6. Archaic smile, impassivity= PASSIVE  Archaic smile: placid smile on its face, passive happy acceptance of death, sculptures usually found in  funerary temples, emotionless.  Archaic Sculpture: know the three elements  1) linerariy, surface decoration  2) archaic smile  3)rigidity    Nikanre Cyldrical shape  Daedalic style: v-shaped face   Lady of Auxerre, statue of a goddess or kore 650 BCE. Limestone  Egyptian pose, Egyptian patterned hair  Probably from Crete, this kore (maiden) typifies the so-called Daedalic style of the seventh century BCE  with its triangular face and hair and lingering Geometric fondness for abstract pattern. Mycenean Metope 
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This note was uploaded on 12/10/2011 for the course ART 3 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at City College of San Francisco.

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