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Published on March 4, 2008

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ANCIENT GREEK SCULPTURE:  ANCIENT GREEK SCULPTURE By: Tiffany Els The First Sculptures:  The First Sculptures The First Sculptures:  The First Sculptures Small Stone 500 years The Archaic Period:  The Archaic Period The Archaic Period:  The Archaic Period 700 BCE - 480 BCE Geometric Period - Classical Period The Archaic Period:  The Archaic Period Abstract forms Greater Anatomical detain Sulky Looking The Archaic Period:  The Archaic Period “Kouros Look” Symmetrical stance Hands clenched at its sides One foot advanced The Archaic Period:  The Archaic Period Metal work Sculptures Textiles The Classical Period:  The Classical Period The Classical Period:  The Classical Period From the Archaic Period The Classical Period:  The Classical Period Weight Shift “Perfect human body” The Classical Period:  The Classical Period Led to Hellenistic Period Emotional Dramatic The Hellenistic Period:  The Hellenistic Period The Hellenistic Period:  The Hellenistic Period Alexander the Great The Hellenistic Period:  The Hellenistic Period Strayed from classical elements Regular humans over deities Athens, Greece:  Athens, Greece Athens, Greece:  Athens, Greece Sculpture hub Athens, Greece:  Athens, Greece Wealthy city Progressed sculpture styles War:  War War:  War Many sculptures damaged War:  War Roman Empire Preserved sculptures Stole ideas Materials:  Materials Materials:  Materials Bronze Tin Copper Materials:  Materials Bronze About half Could be melted down into swords and shields More versatile than marble Contrapposto:  Contrapposto Contrapposto:  Contrapposto Italian term Asymmetrical but balanced Freestanding Figures Contrapposto:  Contrapposto “Counter Pose” Depict Pharaohs Arms close to its side Left leg advanced Weight primarily on right leg Depict Pharaohs:  Depict Pharaohs Show movement “Frozen” result Contrapposto:  Contrapposto Lost in Middle ages Recaptured by Donatello during Early Italian Renassance The End:  The End

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