Greek Sculpture

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Greek Sculpture: 

Greek Sculpture By Katie Naymon

Three Types of Sculpture: 

Greek Sculpture By Katie Naymon Three Types of Sculpture Archaic: 600-480 BC Classical: 480-323 BC Hellenistic: 323 - 31 BC

Archaic Sculpture: 

Greek Sculpture By Katie Naymon Three Types of Sculpture Archaic: 600-480 BC Classical: 480-323 BC Hellenistic: 323 - 31 BC Archaic Sculpture Kouros and Kore figures Rigid poses Archaic smile Marble and bronze

Example of kouros: 

Greek Sculpture By Katie Naymon Three Types of Sculpture Archaic: 600-480 BC Classical: 480-323 BC Hellenistic: 323 - 31 BC Archaic Sculpture Kouros and Kore figures Rigid poses Archaic smile Marble and bronze Example of kouros -One foot forward -Less detail in face - Stiff position

Head of a woman: 

Greek Sculpture By Katie Naymon Three Types of Sculpture Archaic: 600-480 BC Classical: 480-323 BC Hellenistic: 323 - 31 BC Archaic Sculpture Kouros and Kore figures Rigid poses Archaic smile Marble and bronze Example of kouros -One foot forward -Less detail in face - Stiff position Head of a woman Original relief from 630 BC Found in Mycenae acropolis in the Temple of Athena

Upper part of male: 

Greek Sculpture By Katie Naymon Three Types of Sculpture Archaic: 600-480 BC Classical: 480-323 BC Hellenistic: 323 - 31 BC Archaic Sculpture Kouros and Kore figures Rigid poses Archaic smile Marble and bronze Example of kouros -One foot forward -Less detail in face - Stiff position Head of a woman Original relief from 630 BC Found in Mycenae acropolis in the Temple of Athena Upper part of male 650-625 B.C. Eleutherna, Crete

Fragment of a water basin: 

Greek Sculpture By Katie Naymon Three Types of Sculpture Archaic: 600-480 BC Classical: 480-323 BC Hellenistic: 323 - 31 BC Archaic Sculpture Kouros and Kore figures Rigid poses Archaic smile Marble and bronze Example of kouros -One foot forward -Less detail in face - Stiff position Head of a woman Original relief from 630 BC Found in Mycenae acropolis in the Temple of Athena Upper part of male 650-625 B.C. Eleutherna, Crete Fragment of a water basin Possibly a fragment from a holy water basin 600 BC Laconian Found in Olympia

Example of kore: 

Greek Sculpture By Katie Naymon Three Types of Sculpture Archaic: 600-480 BC Classical: 480-323 BC Hellenistic: 323 - 31 BC Archaic Sculpture Kouros and Kore figures Rigid poses Archaic smile Marble and bronze Example of kouros -One foot forward -Less detail in face - Stiff position Head of a woman Original relief from 630 BC Found in Mycenae acropolis in the Temple of Athena Upper part of male 650-625 B.C. Eleutherna, Crete Fragment of a water basin Possibly a fragment from a holy water basin 600 BC Laconian Found in Olympia Example of kore 530 BC Found in the Athens Acropolis Made of marble

Head of kouros: 

Greek Sculpture By Katie Naymon Three Types of Sculpture Archaic: 600-480 BC Classical: 480-323 BC Hellenistic: 323 - 31 BC Archaic Sculpture Kouros and Kore figures Rigid poses Archaic smile Marble and bronze Example of kouros -One foot forward -Less detail in face - Stiff position Head of a woman Original relief from 630 BC Found in Mycenae acropolis in the Temple of Athena Upper part of male 650-625 B.C. Eleutherna, Crete Fragment of a water basin Possibly a fragment from a holy water basin 600 BC Laconian Found in Olympia Example of kore 530 BC Found in the Athens Acropolis Made of marble Head of kouros Head of a statue 550-540 BC Found in Temple of Hera

Apollo of Tenea: 

Greek Sculpture By Katie Naymon Three Types of Sculpture Archaic: 600-480 BC Classical: 480-323 BC Hellenistic: 323 - 31 BC Archaic Sculpture Kouros and Kore figures Rigid poses Archaic smile Marble and bronze Example of kouros -One foot forward -Less detail in face - Stiff position Head of a woman Original relief from 630 BC Found in Mycenae acropolis in the Temple of Athena Upper part of male 650-625 B.C. Eleutherna, Crete Fragment of a water basin Possibly a fragment from a holy water basin 600 BC Laconian Found in Olympia Example of kore 530 BC Found in the Athens Acropolis Made of marble Head of kouros Head of a statue 550-540 BC Found in Temple of Hera Apollo of Tenea Marble kouros 550 BC Found near Corinth

Classical Sculpture: 

Greek Sculpture By Katie Naymon Three Types of Sculpture Archaic: 600-480 BC Classical: 480-323 BC Hellenistic: 323 - 31 BC Archaic Sculpture Kouros and Kore figures Rigid poses Archaic smile Marble and bronze Example of kouros -One foot forward -Less detail in face - Stiff position Head of a woman Original relief from 630 BC Found in Mycenae acropolis in the Temple of Athena Upper part of male 650-625 B.C. Eleutherna, Crete Fragment of a water basin Possibly a fragment from a holy water basin 600 BC Laconian Found in Olympia Example of kore 530 BC Found in the Athens Acropolis Made of marble Head of kouros Head of a statue 550-540 BC Found in Temple of Hera Apollo of Tenea Marble kouros 550 BC Found near Corinth Classical Sculpture Fluid and natural poses Solemn face replaced archaic smile Contropposto pose

Kritian Boy: 

Greek Sculpture By Katie Naymon Three Types of Sculpture Archaic: 600-480 BC Classical: 480-323 BC Hellenistic: 323 - 31 BC Archaic Sculpture Kouros and Kore figures Rigid poses Archaic smile Marble and bronze Example of kouros -One foot forward -Less detail in face - Stiff position Head of a woman Original relief from 630 BC Found in Mycenae acropolis in the Temple of Athena Upper part of male 650-625 B.C. Eleutherna, Crete Fragment of a water basin Possibly a fragment from a holy water basin 600 BC Laconian Found in Olympia Example of kore 530 BC Found in the Athens Acropolis Made of marble Head of kouros Head of a statue 550-540 BC Found in Temple of Hera Apollo of Tenea Marble kouros 550 BC Found near Corinth Classical Sculpture Fluid and natural poses Solemn face replaced archaic smile Contropposto pose Kritian Boy 490-480 BC Found in Athens Acropolis Marble

Dionysos : 

Greek Sculpture By Katie Naymon Three Types of Sculpture Archaic: 600-480 BC Classical: 480-323 BC Hellenistic: 323 - 31 BC Archaic Sculpture Kouros and Kore figures Rigid poses Archaic smile Marble and bronze Example of kouros -One foot forward -Less detail in face - Stiff position Head of a woman Original relief from 630 BC Found in Mycenae acropolis in the Temple of Athena Upper part of male 650-625 B.C. Eleutherna, Crete Fragment of a water basin Possibly a fragment from a holy water basin 600 BC Laconian Found in Olympia Example of kore 530 BC Found in the Athens Acropolis Made of marble Head of kouros Head of a statue 550-540 BC Found in Temple of Hera Apollo of Tenea Marble kouros 550 BC Found near Corinth Classical Sculpture Fluid and natural poses Solemn face replaced archaic smile Contropposto pose Kritian Boy 490-480 BC Found in Athens Acropolis Marble Dionysos From east pediment of Parthenon 440 BC Marble

Aphrodite and Dione: 

Greek Sculpture By Katie Naymon Three Types of Sculpture Archaic: 600-480 BC Classical: 480-323 BC Hellenistic: 323 - 31 BC Archaic Sculpture Kouros and Kore figures Rigid poses Archaic smile Marble and bronze Example of kouros -One foot forward -Less detail in face - Stiff position Head of a woman Original relief from 630 BC Found in Mycenae acropolis in the Temple of Athena Upper part of male 650-625 B.C. Eleutherna, Crete Fragment of a water basin Possibly a fragment from a holy water basin 600 BC Laconian Found in Olympia Example of kore 530 BC Found in the Athens Acropolis Made of marble Head of kouros Head of a statue 550-540 BC Found in Temple of Hera Apollo of Tenea Marble kouros 550 BC Found near Corinth Classical Sculpture Fluid and natural poses Solemn face replaced archaic smile Contropposto pose Kritian Boy 490-480 BC Found in Athens Acropolis Marble Dionysos From east pediment of Parthenon 440 BC Marble Aphrodite and Dione From east pediment of Parthenon 430 BC Marble

Dresden Zeus: 

Greek Sculpture By Katie Naymon Three Types of Sculpture Archaic: 600-480 BC Classical: 480-323 BC Hellenistic: 323 - 31 BC Archaic Sculpture Kouros and Kore figures Rigid poses Archaic smile Marble and bronze Example of kouros -One foot forward -Less detail in face - Stiff position Head of a woman Original relief from 630 BC Found in Mycenae acropolis in the Temple of Athena Upper part of male 650-625 B.C. Eleutherna, Crete Fragment of a water basin Possibly a fragment from a holy water basin 600 BC Laconian Found in Olympia Example of kore 530 BC Found in the Athens Acropolis Made of marble Head of kouros Head of a statue 550-540 BC Found in Temple of Hera Apollo of Tenea Marble kouros 550 BC Found near Corinth Classical Sculpture Fluid and natural poses Solemn face replaced archaic smile Contropposto pose Kritian Boy 490-480 BC Found in Athens Acropolis Marble Dionysos From east pediment of Parthenon 440 BC Marble Aphrodite and Dione From east pediment of Parthenon 430 BC Marble Dresden Zeus 450-440 BC Marble

Zeus of Artemision : 

Greek Sculpture By Katie Naymon Three Types of Sculpture Archaic: 600-480 BC Classical: 480-323 BC Hellenistic: 323 - 31 BC Archaic Sculpture Kouros and Kore figures Rigid poses Archaic smile Marble and bronze Example of kouros -One foot forward -Less detail in face - Stiff position Head of a woman Original relief from 630 BC Found in Mycenae acropolis in the Temple of Athena Upper part of male 650-625 B.C. Eleutherna, Crete Fragment of a water basin Possibly a fragment from a holy water basin 600 BC Laconian Found in Olympia Example of kore 530 BC Found in the Athens Acropolis Made of marble Head of kouros Head of a statue 550-540 BC Found in Temple of Hera Apollo of Tenea Marble kouros 550 BC Found near Corinth Classical Sculpture Fluid and natural poses Solemn face replaced archaic smile Contropposto pose Kritian Boy 490-480 BC Found in Athens Acropolis Marble Dionysos From east pediment of Parthenon 440 BC Marble Aphrodite and Dione From east pediment of Parthenon 430 BC Marble Dresden Zeus 450-440 BC Marble Zeus of Artemision 460-450 BC Retrieved from a shipwreck off Cape Artemision

Doryphoros of Polykleitos : 

Greek Sculpture By Katie Naymon Three Types of Sculpture Archaic: 600-480 BC Classical: 480-323 BC Hellenistic: 323 - 31 BC Archaic Sculpture Kouros and Kore figures Rigid poses Archaic smile Marble and bronze Example of kouros -One foot forward -Less detail in face - Stiff position Head of a woman Original relief from 630 BC Found in Mycenae acropolis in the Temple of Athena Upper part of male 650-625 B.C. Eleutherna, Crete Fragment of a water basin Possibly a fragment from a holy water basin 600 BC Laconian Found in Olympia Example of kore 530 BC Found in the Athens Acropolis Made of marble Head of kouros Head of a statue 550-540 BC Found in Temple of Hera Apollo of Tenea Marble kouros 550 BC Found near Corinth Classical Sculpture Fluid and natural poses Solemn face replaced archaic smile Contropposto pose Kritian Boy 490-480 BC Found in Athens Acropolis Marble Dionysos From east pediment of Parthenon 440 BC Marble Aphrodite and Dione From east pediment of Parthenon 430 BC Marble Dresden Zeus 450-440 BC Marble Zeus of Artemision 460-450 BC Retrieved from a shipwreck off Cape Artemision Doryphoros of Polykleitos Marble 440 BC Found at Pompeii

Aphrodite of Knidos: 

Greek Sculpture By Katie Naymon Three Types of Sculpture Archaic: 600-480 BC Classical: 480-323 BC Hellenistic: 323 - 31 BC Archaic Sculpture Kouros and Kore figures Rigid poses Archaic smile Marble and bronze Example of kouros -One foot forward -Less detail in face - Stiff position Head of a woman Original relief from 630 BC Found in Mycenae acropolis in the Temple of Athena Upper part of male 650-625 B.C. Eleutherna, Crete Fragment of a water basin Possibly a fragment from a holy water basin 600 BC Laconian Found in Olympia Example of kore 530 BC Found in the Athens Acropolis Made of marble Head of kouros Head of a statue 550-540 BC Found in Temple of Hera Apollo of Tenea Marble kouros 550 BC Found near Corinth Classical Sculpture Fluid and natural poses Solemn face replaced archaic smile Contropposto pose Kritian Boy 490-480 BC Found in Athens Acropolis Marble Dionysos From east pediment of Parthenon 440 BC Marble Aphrodite and Dione From east pediment of Parthenon 430 BC Marble Dresden Zeus 450-440 BC Marble Zeus of Artemision 460-450 BC Retrieved from a shipwreck off Cape Artemision Doryphoros of Polykleitos Marble 440 BC Found at Pompeii Aphrodite of Knidos 350 BC Marble Made by Praxiteles

Youth of Marathon: 

Greek Sculpture By Katie Naymon Three Types of Sculpture Archaic: 600-480 BC Classical: 480-323 BC Hellenistic: 323 - 31 BC Archaic Sculpture Kouros and Kore figures Rigid poses Archaic smile Marble and bronze Example of kouros -One foot forward -Less detail in face - Stiff position Head of a woman Original relief from 630 BC Found in Mycenae acropolis in the Temple of Athena Upper part of male 650-625 B.C. Eleutherna, Crete Fragment of a water basin Possibly a fragment from a holy water basin 600 BC Laconian Found in Olympia Example of kore 530 BC Found in the Athens Acropolis Made of marble Head of kouros Head of a statue 550-540 BC Found in Temple of Hera Apollo of Tenea Marble kouros 550 BC Found near Corinth Classical Sculpture Fluid and natural poses Solemn face replaced archaic smile Contropposto pose Kritian Boy 490-480 BC Found in Athens Acropolis Marble Dionysos From east pediment of Parthenon 440 BC Marble Aphrodite and Dione From east pediment of Parthenon 430 BC Marble Dresden Zeus 450-440 BC Marble Zeus of Artemision 460-450 BC Retrieved from a shipwreck off Cape Artemision Doryphoros of Polykleitos Marble 440 BC Found at Pompeii Aphrodite of Knidos 350 BC Marble Made by Praxiteles Youth of Marathon Bronze 340 BC Found in Bay of Marathon

Athena of Varvakeion : 

Greek Sculpture By Katie Naymon Three Types of Sculpture Archaic: 600-480 BC Classical: 480-323 BC Hellenistic: 323 - 31 BC Archaic Sculpture Kouros and Kore figures Rigid poses Archaic smile Marble and bronze Example of kouros -One foot forward -Less detail in face - Stiff position Head of a woman Original relief from 630 BC Found in Mycenae acropolis in the Temple of Athena Upper part of male 650-625 B.C. Eleutherna, Crete Fragment of a water basin Possibly a fragment from a holy water basin 600 BC Laconian Found in Olympia Example of kore 530 BC Found in the Athens Acropolis Made of marble Head of kouros Head of a statue 550-540 BC Found in Temple of Hera Apollo of Tenea Marble kouros 550 BC Found near Corinth Classical Sculpture Fluid and natural poses Solemn face replaced archaic smile Contropposto pose Kritian Boy 490-480 BC Found in Athens Acropolis Marble Dionysos From east pediment of Parthenon 440 BC Marble Aphrodite and Dione From east pediment of Parthenon 430 BC Marble Dresden Zeus 450-440 BC Marble Zeus of Artemision 460-450 BC Retrieved from a shipwreck off Cape Artemision Doryphoros of Polykleitos Marble 440 BC Found at Pompeii Aphrodite of Knidos 350 BC Marble Made by Praxiteles Youth of Marathon Bronze 340 BC Found in Bay of Marathon Athena of Varvakeion Marble 438 B.C. In Parthenon

Diskobolos: 

Greek Sculpture By Katie Naymon Three Types of Sculpture Archaic: 600-480 BC Classical: 480-323 BC Hellenistic: 323 - 31 BC Archaic Sculpture Kouros and Kore figures Rigid poses Archaic smile Marble and bronze Example of kouros -One foot forward -Less detail in face - Stiff position Head of a woman Original relief from 630 BC Found in Mycenae acropolis in the Temple of Athena Upper part of male 650-625 B.C. Eleutherna, Crete Fragment of a water basin Possibly a fragment from a holy water basin 600 BC Laconian Found in Olympia Example of kore 530 BC Found in the Athens Acropolis Made of marble Head of kouros Head of a statue 550-540 BC Found in Temple of Hera Apollo of Tenea Marble kouros 550 BC Found near Corinth Classical Sculpture Fluid and natural poses Solemn face replaced archaic smile Contropposto pose Kritian Boy 490-480 BC Found in Athens Acropolis Marble Dionysos From east pediment of Parthenon 440 BC Marble Aphrodite and Dione From east pediment of Parthenon 430 BC Marble Dresden Zeus 450-440 BC Marble Zeus of Artemision 460-450 BC Retrieved from a shipwreck off Cape Artemision Doryphoros of Polykleitos Marble 440 BC Found at Pompeii Aphrodite of Knidos 350 BC Marble Made by Praxiteles Youth of Marathon Bronze 340 BC Found in Bay of Marathon Athena of Varvakeion Marble 438 B.C. In Parthenon Diskobolos “Discus thrower” 450 BC Copy of bronze original

Hellenistic Sculpture: 

Greek Sculpture By Katie Naymon Three Types of Sculpture Archaic: 600-480 BC Classical: 480-323 BC Hellenistic: 323 - 31 BC Archaic Sculpture Kouros and Kore figures Rigid poses Archaic smile Marble and bronze Example of kouros -One foot forward -Less detail in face - Stiff position Head of a woman Original relief from 630 BC Found in Mycenae acropolis in the Temple of Athena Upper part of male 650-625 B.C. Eleutherna, Crete Fragment of a water basin Possibly a fragment from a holy water basin 600 BC Laconian Found in Olympia Example of kore 530 BC Found in the Athens Acropolis Made of marble Head of kouros Head of a statue 550-540 BC Found in Temple of Hera Apollo of Tenea Marble kouros 550 BC Found near Corinth Classical Sculpture Fluid and natural poses Solemn face replaced archaic smile Contropposto pose Kritian Boy 490-480 BC Found in Athens Acropolis Marble Dionysos From east pediment of Parthenon 440 BC Marble Aphrodite and Dione From east pediment of Parthenon 430 BC Marble Dresden Zeus 450-440 BC Marble Zeus of Artemision 460-450 BC Retrieved from a shipwreck off Cape Artemision Doryphoros of Polykleitos Marble 440 BC Found at Pompeii Aphrodite of Knidos 350 BC Marble Made by Praxiteles Youth of Marathon Bronze 340 BC Found in Bay of Marathon Athena of Varvakeion Marble 438 B.C. In Parthenon Diskobolos “Discus thrower” 450 BC Copy of bronze original Hellenistic Sculpture Female nudes became popular Dramatic poses Increased emotion

Venus de Milo: 

Greek Sculpture By Katie Naymon Three Types of Sculpture Archaic: 600-480 BC Classical: 480-323 BC Hellenistic: 323 - 31 BC Archaic Sculpture Kouros and Kore figures Rigid poses Archaic smile Marble and bronze Example of kouros -One foot forward -Less detail in face - Stiff position Head of a woman Original relief from 630 BC Found in Mycenae acropolis in the Temple of Athena Upper part of male 650-625 B.C. Eleutherna, Crete Fragment of a water basin Possibly a fragment from a holy water basin 600 BC Laconian Found in Olympia Example of kore 530 BC Found in the Athens Acropolis Made of marble Head of kouros Head of a statue 550-540 BC Found in Temple of Hera Apollo of Tenea Marble kouros 550 BC Found near Corinth Classical Sculpture Fluid and natural poses Solemn face replaced archaic smile Contropposto pose Kritian Boy 490-480 BC Found in Athens Acropolis Marble Dionysos From east pediment of Parthenon 440 BC Marble Aphrodite and Dione From east pediment of Parthenon 430 BC Marble Dresden Zeus 450-440 BC Marble Zeus of Artemision 460-450 BC Retrieved from a shipwreck off Cape Artemision Doryphoros of Polykleitos Marble 440 BC Found at Pompeii Aphrodite of Knidos 350 BC Marble Made by Praxiteles Youth of Marathon Bronze 340 BC Found in Bay of Marathon Athena of Varvakeion Marble 438 B.C. In Parthenon Diskobolos “Discus thrower” 450 BC Copy of bronze original Hellenistic Sculpture Female nudes became popular Dramatic poses Increased emotion Venus de Milo “Aphrodite of Melos” 150 BC Marble

Dying Gaul: 

Greek Sculpture By Katie Naymon Three Types of Sculpture Archaic: 600-480 BC Classical: 480-323 BC Hellenistic: 323 - 31 BC Archaic Sculpture Kouros and Kore figures Rigid poses Archaic smile Marble and bronze Example of kouros -One foot forward -Less detail in face - Stiff position Head of a woman Original relief from 630 BC Found in Mycenae acropolis in the Temple of Athena Upper part of male 650-625 B.C. Eleutherna, Crete Fragment of a water basin Possibly a fragment from a holy water basin 600 BC Laconian Found in Olympia Example of kore 530 BC Found in the Athens Acropolis Made of marble Head of kouros Head of a statue 550-540 BC Found in Temple of Hera Apollo of Tenea Marble kouros 550 BC Found near Corinth Classical Sculpture Fluid and natural poses Solemn face replaced archaic smile Contropposto pose Kritian Boy 490-480 BC Found in Athens Acropolis Marble Dionysos From east pediment of Parthenon 440 BC Marble Aphrodite and Dione From east pediment of Parthenon 430 BC Marble Dresden Zeus 450-440 BC Marble Zeus of Artemision 460-450 BC Retrieved from a shipwreck off Cape Artemision Doryphoros of Polykleitos Marble 440 BC Found at Pompeii Aphrodite of Knidos 350 BC Marble Made by Praxiteles Youth of Marathon Bronze 340 BC Found in Bay of Marathon Athena of Varvakeion Marble 438 B.C. In Parthenon Diskobolos “Discus thrower” 450 BC Copy of bronze original Hellenistic Sculpture Female nudes became popular Dramatic poses Increased emotion Venus de Milo “Aphrodite of Melos” 150 BC Marble Dying Gaul By Epigonos Roman marble copy of bronze original 230 BC

Boy Jockey and Horse: 

Greek Sculpture By Katie Naymon Three Types of Sculpture Archaic: 600-480 BC Classical: 480-323 BC Hellenistic: 323 - 31 BC Archaic Sculpture Kouros and Kore figures Rigid poses Archaic smile Marble and bronze Example of kouros -One foot forward -Less detail in face - Stiff position Head of a woman Original relief from 630 BC Found in Mycenae acropolis in the Temple of Athena Upper part of male 650-625 B.C. Eleutherna, Crete Fragment of a water basin Possibly a fragment from a holy water basin 600 BC Laconian Found in Olympia Example of kore 530 BC Found in the Athens Acropolis Made of marble Head of kouros Head of a statue 550-540 BC Found in Temple of Hera Apollo of Tenea Marble kouros 550 BC Found near Corinth Classical Sculpture Fluid and natural poses Solemn face replaced archaic smile Contropposto pose Kritian Boy 490-480 BC Found in Athens Acropolis Marble Dionysos From east pediment of Parthenon 440 BC Marble Aphrodite and Dione From east pediment of Parthenon 430 BC Marble Dresden Zeus 450-440 BC Marble Zeus of Artemision 460-450 BC Retrieved from a shipwreck off Cape Artemision Doryphoros of Polykleitos Marble 440 BC Found at Pompeii Aphrodite of Knidos 350 BC Marble Made by Praxiteles Youth of Marathon Bronze 340 BC Found in Bay of Marathon Athena of Varvakeion Marble 438 B.C. In Parthenon Diskobolos “Discus thrower” 450 BC Copy of bronze original Hellenistic Sculpture Female nudes became popular Dramatic poses Increased emotion Venus de Milo “Aphrodite of Melos” 150 BC Marble Dying Gaul By Epigonos Roman marble copy of bronze original 230 BC Boy Jockey and Horse Bronze 220 BC Recovered from shipwreck of Artemesium

Venus, Pan, and Eros: 

Greek Sculpture By Katie Naymon Three Types of Sculpture Archaic: 600-480 BC Classical: 480-323 BC Hellenistic: 323 - 31 BC Archaic Sculpture Kouros and Kore figures Rigid poses Archaic smile Marble and bronze Example of kouros -One foot forward -Less detail in face - Stiff position Head of a woman Original relief from 630 BC Found in Mycenae acropolis in the Temple of Athena Upper part of male 650-625 B.C. Eleutherna, Crete Fragment of a water basin Possibly a fragment from a holy water basin 600 BC Laconian Found in Olympia Example of kore 530 BC Found in the Athens Acropolis Made of marble Head of kouros Head of a statue 550-540 BC Found in Temple of Hera Apollo of Tenea Marble kouros 550 BC Found near Corinth Classical Sculpture Fluid and natural poses Solemn face replaced archaic smile Contropposto pose Kritian Boy 490-480 BC Found in Athens Acropolis Marble Dionysos From east pediment of Parthenon 440 BC Marble Aphrodite and Dione From east pediment of Parthenon 430 BC Marble Dresden Zeus 450-440 BC Marble Zeus of Artemision 460-450 BC Retrieved from a shipwreck off Cape Artemision Doryphoros of Polykleitos Marble 440 BC Found at Pompeii Aphrodite of Knidos 350 BC Marble Made by Praxiteles Youth of Marathon Bronze 340 BC Found in Bay of Marathon Athena of Varvakeion Marble 438 B.C. In Parthenon Diskobolos “Discus thrower” 450 BC Copy of bronze original Hellenistic Sculpture Female nudes became popular Dramatic poses Increased emotion Venus de Milo “Aphrodite of Melos” 150 BC Marble Dying Gaul By Epigonos Roman marble copy of bronze original 230 BC Boy Jockey and Horse Bronze 220 BC Recovered from shipwreck of Artemesium Venus, Pan, and Eros 100 BC Marble Found at Delos

Sleeping Eros: 

Greek Sculpture By Katie Naymon Three Types of Sculpture Archaic: 600-480 BC Classical: 480-323 BC Hellenistic: 323 - 31 BC Archaic Sculpture Kouros and Kore figures Rigid poses Archaic smile Marble and bronze Example of kouros -One foot forward -Less detail in face - Stiff position Head of a woman Original relief from 630 BC Found in Mycenae acropolis in the Temple of Athena Upper part of male 650-625 B.C. Eleutherna, Crete Fragment of a water basin Possibly a fragment from a holy water basin 600 BC Laconian Found in Olympia Example of kore 530 BC Found in the Athens Acropolis Made of marble Head of kouros Head of a statue 550-540 BC Found in Temple of Hera Apollo of Tenea Marble kouros 550 BC Found near Corinth Classical Sculpture Fluid and natural poses Solemn face replaced archaic smile Contropposto pose Kritian Boy 490-480 BC Found in Athens Acropolis Marble Dionysos From east pediment of Parthenon 440 BC Marble Aphrodite and Dione From east pediment of Parthenon 430 BC Marble Dresden Zeus 450-440 BC Marble Zeus of Artemision 460-450 BC Retrieved from a shipwreck off Cape Artemision Doryphoros of Polykleitos Marble 440 BC Found at Pompeii Aphrodite of Knidos 350 BC Marble Made by Praxiteles Youth of Marathon Bronze 340 BC Found in Bay of Marathon Athena of Varvakeion Marble 438 B.C. In Parthenon Diskobolos “Discus thrower” 450 BC Copy of bronze original Hellenistic Sculpture Female nudes became popular Dramatic poses Increased emotion Venus de Milo “Aphrodite of Melos” 150 BC Marble Dying Gaul By Epigonos Roman marble copy of bronze original 230 BC Boy Jockey and Horse Bronze 220 BC Recovered from shipwreck of Artemesium Venus, Pan, and Eros 100 BC Marble Found at Delos Sleeping Eros 250-150 BC Bronze

Crouching Aphrodite: 

Greek Sculpture By Katie Naymon Three Types of Sculpture Archaic: 600-480 BC Classical: 480-323 BC Hellenistic: 323 - 31 BC Archaic Sculpture Kouros and Kore figures Rigid poses Archaic smile Marble and bronze Example of kouros -One foot forward -Less detail in face - Stiff position Head of a woman Original relief from 630 BC Found in Mycenae acropolis in the Temple of Athena Upper part of male 650-625 B.C. Eleutherna, Crete Fragment of a water basin Possibly a fragment from a holy water basin 600 BC Laconian Found in Olympia Example of kore 530 BC Found in the Athens Acropolis Made of marble Head of kouros Head of a statue 550-540 BC Found in Temple of Hera Apollo of Tenea Marble kouros 550 BC Found near Corinth Classical Sculpture Fluid and natural poses Solemn face replaced archaic smile Contropposto pose Kritian Boy 490-480 BC Found in Athens Acropolis Marble Dionysos From east pediment of Parthenon 440 BC Marble Aphrodite and Dione From east pediment of Parthenon 430 BC Marble Dresden Zeus 450-440 BC Marble Zeus of Artemision 460-450 BC Retrieved from a shipwreck off Cape Artemision Doryphoros of Polykleitos Marble 440 BC Found at Pompeii Aphrodite of Knidos 350 BC Marble Made by Praxiteles Youth of Marathon Bronze 340 BC Found in Bay of Marathon Athena of Varvakeion Marble 438 B.C. In Parthenon Diskobolos “Discus thrower” 450 BC Copy of bronze original Hellenistic Sculpture Female nudes became popular Dramatic poses Increased emotion Venus de Milo “Aphrodite of Melos” 150 BC Marble Dying Gaul By Epigonos Roman marble copy of bronze original 230 BC Boy Jockey and Horse Bronze 220 BC Recovered from shipwreck of Artemesium Venus, Pan, and Eros 100 BC Marble Found at Delos Sleeping Eros 250-150 BC Bronze Crouching Aphrodite Bronze original 3rd century BC

Niobe and her daughter: 

Greek Sculpture By Katie Naymon Three Types of Sculpture Archaic: 600-480 BC Classical: 480-323 BC Hellenistic: 323 - 31 BC Archaic Sculpture Kouros and Kore figures Rigid poses Archaic smile Marble and bronze Example of kouros -One foot forward -Less detail in face - Stiff position Head of a woman Original relief from 630 BC Found in Mycenae acropolis in the Temple of Athena Upper part of male 650-625 B.C. Eleutherna, Crete Fragment of a water basin Possibly a fragment from a holy water basin 600 BC Laconian Found in Olympia Example of kore 530 BC Found in the Athens Acropolis Made of marble Head of kouros Head of a statue 550-540 BC Found in Temple of Hera Apollo of Tenea Marble kouros 550 BC Found near Corinth Classical Sculpture Fluid and natural poses Solemn face replaced archaic smile Contropposto pose Kritian Boy 490-480 BC Found in Athens Acropolis Marble Dionysos From east pediment of Parthenon 440 BC Marble Aphrodite and Dione From east pediment of Parthenon 430 BC Marble Dresden Zeus 450-440 BC Marble Zeus of Artemision 460-450 BC Retrieved from a shipwreck off Cape Artemision Doryphoros of Polykleitos Marble 440 BC Found at Pompeii Aphrodite of Knidos 350 BC Marble Made by Praxiteles Youth of Marathon Bronze 340 BC Found in Bay of Marathon Athena of Varvakeion Marble 438 B.C. In Parthenon Diskobolos “Discus thrower” 450 BC Copy of bronze original Hellenistic Sculpture Female nudes became popular Dramatic poses Increased emotion Venus de Milo “Aphrodite of Melos” 150 BC Marble Dying Gaul By Epigonos Roman marble copy of bronze original 230 BC Boy Jockey and Horse Bronze 220 BC Recovered from shipwreck of Artemesium Venus, Pan, and Eros 100 BC Marble Found at Delos Sleeping Eros 250-150 BC Bronze Crouching Aphrodite Bronze original 3rd century BC Niobe and her daughter Marble 3rd century BC Found in Rome

Poseidon of Melos: 

Greek Sculpture By Katie Naymon Three Types of Sculpture Archaic: 600-480 BC Classical: 480-323 BC Hellenistic: 323 - 31 BC Archaic Sculpture Kouros and Kore figures Rigid poses Archaic smile Marble and bronze Example of kouros -One foot forward -Less detail in face - Stiff position Head of a woman Original relief from 630 BC Found in Mycenae acropolis in the Temple of Athena Upper part of male 650-625 B.C. Eleutherna, Crete Fragment of a water basin Possibly a fragment from a holy water basin 600 BC Laconian Found in Olympia Example of kore 530 BC Found in the Athens Acropolis Made of marble Head of kouros Head of a statue 550-540 BC Found in Temple of Hera Apollo of Tenea Marble kouros 550 BC Found near Corinth Classical Sculpture Fluid and natural poses Solemn face replaced archaic smile Contropposto pose Kritian Boy 490-480 BC Found in Athens Acropolis Marble Dionysos From east pediment of Parthenon 440 BC Marble Aphrodite and Dione From east pediment of Parthenon 430 BC Marble Dresden Zeus 450-440 BC Marble Zeus of Artemision 460-450 BC Retrieved from a shipwreck off Cape Artemision Doryphoros of Polykleitos Marble 440 BC Found at Pompeii Aphrodite of Knidos 350 BC Marble Made by Praxiteles Youth of Marathon Bronze 340 BC Found in Bay of Marathon Athena of Varvakeion Marble 438 B.C. In Parthenon Diskobolos “Discus thrower” 450 BC Copy of bronze original Hellenistic Sculpture Female nudes became popular Dramatic poses Increased emotion Venus de Milo “Aphrodite of Melos” 150 BC Marble Dying Gaul By Epigonos Roman marble copy of bronze original 230 BC Boy Jockey and Horse Bronze 220 BC Recovered from shipwreck of Artemesium Venus, Pan, and Eros 100 BC Marble Found at Delos Sleeping Eros 250-150 BC Bronze Crouching Aphrodite Bronze original 3rd century BC Niobe and her daughter Marble 3rd century BC Found in Rome Poseidon of Melos Marble 140 BC

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Greek Sculpture By Katie Naymon Three Types of Sculpture Archaic: 600-480 BC Classical: 480-323 BC Hellenistic: 323 - 31 BC Archaic Sculpture Kouros and Kore figures Rigid poses Archaic smile Marble and bronze Example of kouros -One foot forward -Less detail in face - Stiff position Head of a woman Original relief from 630 BC Found in Mycenae acropolis in the Temple of Athena Upper part of male 650-625 B.C. Eleutherna, Crete Fragment of a water basin Possibly a fragment from a holy water basin 600 BC Laconian Found in Olympia Example of kore 530 BC Found in the Athens Acropolis Made of marble Head of kouros Head of a statue 550-540 BC Found in Temple of Hera Apollo of Tenea Marble kouros 550 BC Found near Corinth Classical Sculpture Fluid and natural poses Solemn face replaced archaic smile Contropposto pose Kritian Boy 490-480 BC Found in Athens Acropolis Marble Dionysos From east pediment of Parthenon 440 BC Marble Aphrodite and Dione From east pediment of Parthenon 430 BC Marble Dresden Zeus 450-440 BC Marble Zeus of Artemision 460-450 BC Retrieved from a shipwreck off Cape Artemision Doryphoros of Polykleitos Marble 440 BC Found at Pompeii Aphrodite of Knidos 350 BC Marble Made by Praxiteles Youth of Marathon Bronze 340 BC Found in Bay of Marathon Athena of Varvakeion Marble 438 B.C. In Parthenon Diskobolos “Discus thrower” 450 BC Copy of bronze original Hellenistic Sculpture Female nudes became popular Dramatic poses Increased emotion Venus de Milo “Aphrodite of Melos” 150 BC Marble Dying Gaul By Epigonos Roman marble copy of bronze original 230 BC Boy Jockey and Horse Bronze 220 BC Recovered from shipwreck of Artemesium Venus, Pan, and Eros 100 BC Marble Found at Delos Sleeping Eros 250-150 BC Bronze Crouching Aphrodite Bronze original 3rd century BC Niobe and her daughter Marble 3rd century BC Found in Rome Poseidon of Melos Marble 140 BC Thank you for watching this presentation!

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