Greek Art Essay

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According with S. Marilyn, (2009), Art History Portable Edition, Ancient Art Chapter
Five, to knowledge about Greek history is important to understanding its arts; knowledge of its religious beliefs is indispensable, because most of their art pieces are based on myth and legends of their gods. Gods that were heroes and victorious warriors that deserved to be praised and recognized for others. The best way for the Greeks arties was creating living statues and majestic figures that reflect power and strength of their gods. The chapter also refers that Greek arties curve perfect bodies because they develop a concept of human supremacy by studied the human figure S. Marlyn, (2009) and represent
S. Marilyn explained on the Chapter
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The Theater, Epidaurus was built in a circle shape because they believe in Zeus kind of the gods and they need to represent his strength, religion, history performing with a scale shape to accommodate a lot of people to watched drama and tragedy of their myths performances on base of their sculptures, vases paint and documents found related with the Ancient Art History,

S. Marilyn (2009). Marilyn (2009) describe that architectures built of Ancient Art developed three architectural systems, called Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian orders, each with their own distinctive proportions and details. Web site as www.ancientgreece.com/s/Art/, explained Doric style can be seen at The Parthenon _temple of Athena Pantheons built in the 5th century BC, and despite the enormous damage it has sustained over the centuries, it still communicates the ideas of order and harmony for which Greek architecture-. Erechtheum -temple from the middle classical period of Greek art and architecture, built on the Acropolis of Athens between 421 and
405BC, and Corinthian is found in the temple of Apollo at Bassae c.420 B.C,

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