Arh 2-21 - Arh 2-21 - Warrior- p. 115 (5-34)-Riace, Italy,...

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Arh 2-21 - Warrior- p. 115 (5-34)-Riace, Italy, Early Classical, 460-450BC. o Bronze o 6’6” o 1972 2 over life size bronze warriors were found in the sea off the coast of Riace o Copper and silver inlays for detail. Teeth made of silver. Bone and ivory for eyes. Lips and nipples inlaid with copper. o Held a spear and shield. o Much more pronounced twist of the figure. o Have an expression, or emotion o Lots of detail o Took 9 years to restore the bronze o Lost wax technique- wax melts out of mold - Diskobolos (Myron-Artist) - p.117 (5-37)- Early/High Classical, c.450BC, Roman Copy. o Roman Copy of Greek Original- Greek original 550 BC o Original was created by Myron in 450 in bronze o Myron was a Greek sculpture worked mainly in Bronze o Usually worked on gods but turned towards athletes - Doryphoros(spear bearer) (Polykleitos)-p.118 (5-38)- High Classical, 450- 400BC, Roman copy. o 6’11” o Roman marble copy of Greek bronze original o Found at a gym in Pompeii o Most important sculpture of the time
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ARH 2059 taught by Professor Margaretzaho during the Spring '07 term at University of Central Florida.

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