At olympia with moving partsno traces left only

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at Olympia with moving parts—no traces left, only written documentation Alexander also had a very famous court painter, but none of his works remain
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Lysippos, Farnese Hercules , c. 320 BCE How does this portrait of Hercules differ from what we might expect to see in the canon of the Olympian gods?
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Lysippos, Olympic Victor , c. 300 BCE
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Hagesandros, Polydoros, and Anthanadoros of Rhodes, Laocoön and His Two Sons , 1 st century BCE Found in Rome in 1506 Laocoon’s prophecy allows the ancestor of Romulus and Remus to escape from Troy describe the composition? How is it different from classical sculpture? what about the subject matter? psychological realism?
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Pythokritos of Rhodes (?), Nike of Samothrace , c. 190 BCE Only discovered 100 years ago
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Apollonius (or Lysippos), Seated Boxer, 225 BCE
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Alexandros of Antioch-on-the-Meander, Venus de Milo, c. 190 BCE her left arm, preserved separately, holds the apple of Paris her right probably “held up” her drapery is she more or less sexy and than a completely nude sculpture?
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Crouching Aphrodite, 1 st century BCE
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Aphrodite, Eros & Pan, c. 100 BCE
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Old Market Woman , c. 150-100 BCE
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