Assignment Art Museum Collection Part 1 HUM 205

Assignment Art Museum Collection Part 1 HUM 205 - Art...

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Art Museum Collection Art museum collection part 1 Rebecca Lanham Axia College of University of Phoenix HUM 205 World culture and the arts Dr. Boatamo Mosupyoe September 2, 2007
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Art Museum Collection The fist art piece is called the Child and Goose ( www.usask.ca ). The Child and Goose is in the Hellenistic civilization. The Child and Goose is a visual art piece. This piece represents a boy who does not quite understand his own strength. The period for this piece is dated back to the beginning of the second century B.C. The Child and Goose is a small cubby boy in the nude and he, appears to be strangling the goose. But in fact, he is struggling with the goose not harming it. The statue shows him reaching out ne when the goose looks like it gets in his way so he, grabs the goose. He is not sure what he is doing. He also does not know his own strength and he, does not know that he is actually strangling the poor goose. The statue is made of plaster and is approximately .92m. and .70m. in length.
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