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Feb+15+Hellenistic - Dying Gaul, by Epigonos, Pergamon...

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Hellenistic Art From the Death of Alexander (323 BCE) through the Battle of Actium (31 BCE) when Roman Empire rises. Three major kingdoms: Macedonia + Greece, Egypt, Asia Minor + Mesopotamia + Persia. Each ruled by a monarch. “Hellenistic” = related to Greece, derived from Greek culture, not necessarily in Greece geographically. Artistic style? Theatrical, dynamic, emotional, individual, psychological element, viewer involvement. Baroque, term borrowed from 17 th century.
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Unformatted text preview: Dying Gaul, by Epigonos, Pergamon (Turkey), original bronze ca. 230 BCE, life size. Victory monument of Attalos I. Altar of Zeus Soter (Savior) at Pergamon , west faade, ca. 180-160 BCE, marble Reconstruction at Staatliche Museen zu Berlin Athena and the Giants , frieze of the Altar of Zeus at Pergamon, ca. 180-160 BCE, marble, 76 tall Nike of Samothrace , Pythokritos of Rhodes, c. 190 BCE, marble, 8 Drunken Old Woman , Roman copy of ca. 200 BCE original, marble, 36...
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