Mini-Lecture Part 4Key WorksGreek Art

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Mini-Lecture Part 4/Key Works/Greek Art There is a definate progression in all forms of Greek art from early Greek art which is influenced by Egyptian art, to later Classical works; and the final flowering of Hellenist works. Here is a very brief list of key works with the understanding that I can't begin to give a full accounting of the many great works produced by this very artistic culture. Use http:// witcombe.sbc.edu/ARTHLinks.html Greek Art Greek Pottery Dipylon Cemetery Vase Early Geometric Period Athenian Amphora Black Figure style Attic Red Figure Krater Red Figure style The ability to show accurate anatomy, and later reveal human emotion evolves in the above four examples. Eventually, as in Greek statues, the artists will reveal things about what it means to be human. Greek Statues Kouros Figure/Male Archaic Peplos Kore Archaic Dying Warrior Early Classical Period Kritios Boy Classical Riace Warrior Classical Praxiteles, Aphrodite of Knidos Late Classical Period Praxiteles, Hermes and son Late Classical
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