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-"monument of Phrasikeilia" Inscription is close to: "Kore I will always be called because that is what the Gods called for me instead of marriage." -dressed up for a wedding - crown and earrings of lotus blossoms, holding a lotus blossom in hand -pomegranate necklace (attribute) signifies Persephone. -red paint preserved, other colors faded away. -the base was found first, then they found the sculpture -they used the technique encoustic: burning in of the colors.. would mix color with wax and heat the wax and the color would be absorbed by the marble.
King from the Iliad -530 BC -know as 'thunder thighs' by some people to to overly large thighs -More naturalistic than earlier kouros -Ears don't stick so far out." -Archaic style -> bulging eyes and thick eyelids -The breaks are from a guy digging a basement and finding him. put him in the trunk. -Nothing in his right hand -He marked a male's grave -Inscription that says. tried to sell on black market in France but was caught going through customs. -Fake feet ... He broke him into pieces. her commands you to mourn. They are how they would be in real life. "stop and mourn.Kroisis .
-Bowing head shows humility and gives Gods credit for the victory. Classical Period. -His is looking down and humble.Around 470-80 BC. -Facial expression blank. no archaic style. -Early classical period and severe style. -Holes in crown to hold leaves -> could tell what kind of competition by what kind of leaves were put in them.Sounium Stele. Serious Style -Relief dedicated to Poseidon by someone alive (smaller than lifesize) who won a competition. . -Not pure profile but 3/4 view. Touching his crown. -Human and alive. Eye towards the front of head. -3/4 view. -artist learning to represent body more naturally. -He has short hair. -Eyes resisding by eye lids thickened. 480-460 BC . not center.
The boy is very young. and he lived to serve his master. sadness -Figure of the man is idealized -Fabric is of light linen and gives the 'wet look. The little boy trying to be very pathos (emotional). more elaborate grave markers were back! -Probably done in 432 BC by an acropolis sculptor when work done on it was paused. Around 432 BC. the young man is sinking back into the statue.. Short hair and not shaven.. -Pentelic marble found in Aegina. The restrictions stated that a grave marker could only be made by one man in seven days or by seven men in one day. the start of the Peloponnese war.Cat and Bird Stele -Grave markers had restrictions placed on them around 507-10 BC. . -Cat sitting on ledge and little bird in left hand of man. -Pathos = emotion. Break on naturalism and turned to idealis.' -Slaveboy = pais Would have been sad because his master died. This is shown by 'pie crusting' and the pattern above the head.
Softer composition of abs -could be cult statue outside but not inside because eyes are not looking down. This gives the statue its circular composition.Artemisian Zeus -Around 450 BC between early and high classical periods -Got its name because it was found in a shipwreck in the Sea of Artemisian -"smiting God pose" -> throwing motion -used to be called God of the Sea but couldn't be Poseidon because the trident wouldn't have looked good in his hand. . -would have had copper lips and eyes with glass & precious stones -originally called "god of the sea" and probably was going to Rome. -made in parts then soldered together -arms are longer than physically possible in reality. .
3 figures on left: young boy. -The woman is looking down. long neck. has the 'wet look' to her clothes. It is an uncommon woman's name. sharp shoulder. and flaring foot. It is the name of the dead woman on the vase. long body. and is a bit taller than Hermes. -The old man would possibly be Myrrine's husband -Trumpet shape mouth. is looking at Myrrine. -Hermes. who takes souls to the boat man. is idealistic. husband and son. .Lekythos Vase -Around 420 BC -Funeral Vase used to pour oil into grave -One handle -"Myrrine" is written on the vase. Probably mother. so it is possibly referring to a priestess of 448 BC who worked in Athena's Temple. one handle. smaller and saying goodbye). old man and adult women (they are alive.
-Construction of the original was overseen by Phidias -Parthenos = "virgin" -Original was in the Parthenon. Centauramochy (battle with Centaurs) on sandles. head of Medusa on breastplate. -Original stood 40 feet high. 6th century AD was taken apart and sold in pieces. Gigaotamochy (battle with giants) on inside of shield. -Winged horses on either side of helmet. It was taken to Constantinople in 400 BC. birth of Pandora on box. 5 ft. high statue of Nike ("victory") in right hand.) -Height was to show off the power and wealth of Athens. Amazonamochy (battle with amazons) on outside of shield. (Sphinx on helmet ward off evil and signify knowledge. -originally was dismantled in 4th AD and moved from Athens to Constantinople. was made of gold and ivory. .COPY of Athena Parthenos -date of the original @ 437 BC. Ivory is perfect for female goddess. and was covered in mythological scenes. =Sphinx=wisdom.
." The genitals have been cut off of this sculpture. 200-100 AD. Ended up starving to death in a sanctuary but left the sanctuary just before dying. Opposed centralized government. Demothenes Sculpted by Polyeuktos Commissioned in 280 BC to be in the agora. Neo-Classical Style Sleeping outdoors on rocks. Nope.. Actually was a Hermaphrodite. Great orator with a speech impediment in his youth. -I have this is a copy? Demosthenes filled his mouth with pebbles and spoke over the ocean.. -Drapery falling off. . the "ultimate union of Hermes and Aphrodite.Nymph Sleeping.
Wearing a victory wreath. Nose has been punched in and broken. Hair and beard covered in spikes.If Silanion didn't like his artwork he would taken an iron bar and beat it until it fell apart. a battle in which anything is legal but biting and eye-gouging. He also mad e a statue in Rome that is called the Personification of terror. Gauge in forehead over right eye with stitches. Determined and pious man.-Beard and hair trimmed. . Would have won the Pankratias. mouth type lipped. Died in 280 BC Satyros or Pankratist Head About 340 BC Sculpted by Silanion (the man). Wrinkles on face.
“S-curve” of body mimics Proximities. -Most people think Persius. Mimics Polycleita's torso Mimics Lysippia's smaller head and lean body Would have been holding two attributes. 350-320 BC Dated by style. Date probably around 340 BC. We don't know who this is or who made it.Antikythera Bronze sculptor found in shipwreck on way to Rome. Here are the possibilities: Medusa's head and wand -> Persius Apple and shepard's crook -> Paris Apple and club -> Heracles .
but the dead can as well) . A naiskos is a "little temple" often put around funeral steles in the fourth century.Ilaissos Stele 340 BC Shows influence of Lysippias Found face up in a the river Ilaissos Would have had a naiskos around it. dead young man is looking off into the distance. above the viewer (Homer's unseeing dead) and is heroically nude. -shows the influence of lysippis.smaller head. dog is looking for his master. Old alive man shows great pathos because his eyes are deeply cut to show heavy shadows. slimmer body -two attributes: dog and club which signified he was a hunter (usually only Gods have attributes. slave boy is almost in the fetal position.
brother. -Ears stick out -Her left hand would have held a bow -Her right hand would have held an arrow .. -Reflects goodness of husband to allow his wife to dedicate this statue. and husband's names included.Nikandre "Victory Over Man": -Around 650 BC -Daedalic style -Earliest over lifesize statue -In marble -Is a 'talking sculpture' because it has an inscription that says "Nikandre dedicated me to the far shooter of arrows.. -Father. not Apollo." The far shooter of arrows refers to Artemis. A son's name would have been included if she had one.
ears look like Ionic columns. -Daedalus the mythical sculpture credited for separating the arms from the body and the legs from each other. -He has something unknown in his right hand. . causing the statue to look as if in mid-stride. Greeks moved the center of gravity forward. -Much superficial patterning. 600 BC -Hair looks like seashells. This was because Greeks were heavily basing their Kouros on Egyptian Kouros.Sounion Kouros: -Egyptian statues leaned backwards.
Aristodikos "Best Justice" . -Arms move forward. Sculpture used struts coming out of the hips to support the arms and obviously failed. -pubic hair carved in a star has something to do with bronze working. I don't see the connection.507 BC democracy started. -Scars from an pickaxe over face and body -> can't tell if there is a smile or not. . and short hair was the trend to get rid of the difference between the rich and poor.
Either stele could have been sculpted first. I'm dead". Dead man had on a boxing glove and is thinking. Strigle= tool that athletes use to scrape the olive oil and dirt off of them. "Damn. Definitely not the same sculptor because ethos is lacking big time in this stele. which was also found in the Ilaissos river but was face down. -athlete was a boxer. old man is patting the young man's back to comfort him. -Not heroic. Pais is holding a strigil.On the left is the Boxer Stele. .
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