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Greek Sculpture (BBC Video: How Art Made The World) Informative.
art video on perfection in greek art
Classic Greek Sculpture to Late Hellenistic Era - YouTube
How Greek Art created something more human than human. Excerpt from the BBC documentary "How Art Made The World" concerning greek sculpture. Presented by Dr Nigel Spivey (University of Cambridge). Music: "Enfer (La Double Vie De Veronique)" by Zbigniew Preisner.
Greek Sculpture (BBC: How Art Made The World). So this video discussing why the Greeks once they had achieved perfection in sculpting the human body they abandoned it within a decade. They hypothesize in this that we are hard wired to emphasize and exaggerate attributes. It is an interesting program. This is about ten minutes of it.
La Victoria de Samotracia, Museo del Louvre (París)..one of my favorite classic sculptures.
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Winged Victory of Samothrace, also called the Nike of Samothrace, is a 2nd-century BC marble sculpture of the Greek goddess Nike (Victory). Since 1884, it has been prominently displayed at the Louvre. It is one of the most celebrated sculptures in the world.
Winged Victory of Samothrace. Musée du Louvre, Paris, France. // This is one of my very favorite sculptures. -LW
Winged Victory (Nike) of Samothrace. Musée du Louvre, Paris, France.
Winged Victory One of my favorite art pieces
headless angel statue
Victoire de Samothrace. Nike Samothrace. At the Louvre. Every bit as beautiful in real life as it was in my college art history book
La Victoria alada de Samotracia, también conocida como Victoria de Samotracia y Niké de Samotracia, es una escultura exenta de bulto redondo perteneciente a la escuela rodia del periodo helenístico. Se encuentra en el Museo del Louvre, París.
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El galo moribundo. Período Helenístico
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Galo Moribundo, Escultura Griega.
El Galo moribundo (h. 220 a.C). Museo Capitolino, Roma. época helenística. Arte griego.
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Imperial Roman marble miniature copy, 2nd c. AD, of the colossal chryselephantine Athena Parthenos, ca. 432 BC, by Pheidias.
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Acropolis Museum, Parthenon gallery, Greece. Detail of the east frieze (Block VI). 442-438 BC Pheidias Workshop A depiction of the gods Poseidon, Apollo and Aphrodite, on whose knees is perched a winged Eros. Two fragments are located in the British Museum and one fragment in Palermo.
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Acropolis Museum - Google Art Project No pinnable pics on the main page, click on collections to see all the museums involved.
Google Art Project: View artwork from world collections, create your own gallery.
Google Cultural Institute Users can explore 17 museums from around the world, discover and view hundreds of artworks at incredible zoom levels, and even create and share their own collection of masterpieces. This is an awesome resource for Art related activities - http://www.google.com/culturalinstitute/project/art-project
Greek Discus Thrower
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8) Discóbolo, c. 450 a.C. Cópia romana em mármore da original de bronze de Myron, altura 155 cm; Museo Nazionale Romano, Roma. A figura já pode ser vista de outros ângulos, diferentemente do que pensavam os egípcios.
Myron, Discobolus (Discus Thrower). . Classical Greek Art
charioteer of Delphi
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Ancient Greek Art: Charioteer of Delphi
Charioteer of Delphi, Delphi Museum
de-salva: Charioteer, Delphi, Greece
Auriga de Delfos
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The Bronze Charioteer, Delphi Museum
Auriga de Delfos es la denominación historiográfica de una obra maestra de la escultura griega del denominado estilo severo (transición entre la escultura arcaica y la clásica).
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475 Delphic Charioteer, ca. 480-470 B.C.E., Archaeological Museum of Delphi (Photo: David Monniaux, 2004, Wikipedia) The corkscrew motion of the body as he turns to the side is clearest when considering the position of the feet in contrast to the head
'The Delphi Charioteer' (Delphi), 475 BC, Bronze Statue, Displayed in the Archaeological Museum, Delphi.
El Auriga de Delfos. *
Charioteer, from a group dedicated by Polyzalos of Gela in the Sanctuary of Apollo, Delphi, Greece
Art de la Grèce antique — Wikipédia Aurige de Delphes
"Venus de Milo" (130~100BC) Alexandros of Antioch
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Art history - Venus de Milo on display at the Louvre I've always had this theory that if you look like a roman statue you look fine anyway
On April 8, 1820, a peasant on the Aegean island of Milos discovered the remnants of a marble statue depicting the Greek goddess Aphrodite, also known as Venus in Roman mythology. Though both of the figure’s arms were missing, enough remained to reconstruct the 6-foot-8-inch statue, which became known to the world as the Venus de Milo. The statue dates to the second century B.C. and is one of the most recognizable works of ancient Greek sculpture. It’s now housed in the Louvre museum in Paris.
Aphrodite of Milos (Venus de Milo), The Louvre Museum, Paris, France
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Alexandros of Antioch-on-the-Meander, Aphrodite (Venus de Milo), from Melos, Greece, ca. 150-125 BCE. Displaying the eroticism of many Helle...
Venus de Milo - Aphrodite from Melos (130-100 BC). Sculpture in Parian Marble, found in Melos in 1820. Location: Louvre Museum, Paris, France.
Venus de Milo (s. II a. C). Musée du Louvre, Paris. Época helenística. Arte griego
Various portrayals (photographs, reproductions) of the ancient Greek statue Venus de Milo have been banned and censored both due to the fact that she is partially nude and her lack of arms.
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sculpture & statues | greek | apollo | 2nd century | museo pio clementino | italy | rome | vatican
apollo belvedere | 2nd century | museo pio clementino | italy | by the 4th century BC, Greek art started to show more action and realism, characteristics that are to be found in the greater Greek world, especially Asia Minor. The art of this period is referred to as Hellenistic.
Greek Mythology: Apollo; Greek god of light and the sun, medicine and disease, music, archery and prophesy. The son of Leto and Zeus and twin brother of Artemis
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The Apollo Belvedere from the Octagonal Room at Vatican Museum in Rome | chapter 50
Hermes by Praxiteles - Archaeological Museum of Olympia
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Statue of Hermes and the Infant Dionysus, c.330 BCE, Praxiteles (c.400-c.330 BC)
Hermes bearing the good person by Praxiteles. Parian marble, H. 2.15 m (7 ft. ½ in.). Archaeological museum of ancient Olympia, Greece
"Hermes of Olympia " Discovered at Olympia in Greece. Sculpted by Praxiteles of ancient Greece, 4th Century BC
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Aphrodite (or Venus) of Cnido, by Praxiteles
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La Venus de Cnido de Praxíteles (detalle). La belleza eterna del arte griego. via Unir Humanidades
Bellezas de verdad y de mentira
Capitoline Venus: Another variant, a 2nd-century CE copy of a 4th-century BCE original by Praxiteles, at the National Archaeological Museum, Athens.