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Sanctuary of Athena Aphaia , west pediment sculpture c. 500-490 BCE, 5’2 ½’’
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Sanctuary of Athena Aphaia , east pediment sculpture, ca. 480 BCE, 6’
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Classical Greek Art Early Classical, c. 480-450 BCE High Classical, c. 450-400 BCE Late Classical, c. 400-323 BCE c. 480 BCE Athens and Sparta defeat Persians = newfound self confidence, desire to document accomplishments? Humanism, progress, control of destiny, reason and logic over emotions, growth of theater and philosophy– and visual arts.
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Kritios Boy , c. 480 BCE, marble, 46”, from Athenian Akropolis
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Charioteer , c. 470 BCE, bronze (with copper, silver, onyx details), 5’11”, from the Sanctuary of Apollo at Delphi, NOT IN JANSON!
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Lost Wax Process Sculptor makes full-size clay model. Clay model is covered in wax. Wax is covered in another layer of clay. Metal pins are driven through to connect the two layers of clay.
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