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Arts of Emerging Europe Objectives: 1. Identify the major periods in western art history 2. Compare and contrast the artworks produced during the different time periods and art movements; and 3. Discuss the importance of art to the development of western culture Table of contents Periods Ancient Greece 1 Ancient Rome 1 Middles Ages 1 Renaissance Art 1 Mannerism 2 Baroque and the Rococo 2 Movements and styles Romanticism 2 Realism 2 Impressionism 2 Post-Impressionism 3 Neo-Impressionism 3 Art Nouveau 3 Fauvism 3 Cubism 3 Futurism 4 Downloaded by Hailey.f fl ([email protected]) lOMoARcPSD|6185057
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Ancient Greece Among the many kingdoms that have risen in Europe, the most notable and probably the oldest would be Greece. Greeks were known for their love of poetry, philosophy, art and drama. They believed that man is the center of society and thus focuses on the idea that their minds are the foundation of the way they live. This is reflected among their many different artistic works such as artwork, literature, architecture and philosophy that which the world still admires today. Their sophisticated civilization is divided among four periods using the development of their artworks as the basis. This mainly comprises of the Geometric period to which most of their arts works are designed with geometric shapes and patterns, the Archaic period to which they gave emphasis on human figures thus statues as a result of their trading activities of other civilizations, the Classical period which is also called as the peak of sculpture and architecture as Greeks focused on rebuilding their temples and making artworks, and lastly, the Hellenistic period which is the time when Greeks focused on depicting emotions and reality by showcasing dynamic poses and a number of emotions evoked by the subject. Overall, the Greeks layed down the foundations of the development of European artwork, literature, architecture and philosophy. Ancient Rome After the Greeks came the Romans whom conquered most of the mediteranian sea. They have always been fascinated by the Greeks achievement in the arts. Ancient Greece have a huge impact on roman culture as seen on their artworks and their society at the time. Most roman artworks seen today shows the fusion of the roman and greek culture. As most would argue that the romans are merely copying the

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