Ancient Greek sculpture
Ancient Greek sculpture is the sculpture of Ancient Greece. Modern scholarship identifies three major stages. They were used to depict the battles, mythology, and rulers of the land known as Ancient...
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This Artist Spent 10 Years Carving A Giant Cave – Alone With His Dog
For the last 10 years, American artist Ra Paulette has been walking alone into New Mexico's desert to work. He spends his time carving a sandstone cave that he found, turning it into a wonderful subte...
Classic Greek Sculpture to Late Hellenistic Era
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Hardstone carving
Since antiquity, gemstones have been engraved using the same methods. Follow the process from start to finish in this short video from the Getty Museum. Love...
Ancient Greek sculpture - Documentary
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 ...
Ancient Greek sculpture
Η ΑΡΧΑΙΑ ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΗ ΤΕΧΝΗ ΣΕ ΟΛΟ ΤΗΣ ΤΟ ΜΕΓΑΛΕΙΟ!!!
Hellenistic art
Hellenistic Art flourished in Alexander the Great's empire following his death.
Kouros - Video
Greek Archaic Sculpture,Kouroi / Ελληνική Αρχαϊκή Γλυπτική, Κούροι.
Classical sculpture
Classical sculpture refers loosely to the forms of sculpture from Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome, as well as the Hellenized and Romanized civilizations under their rule or influence from about 500 BC...
Classical sculpture - Wikipedia
Hellenistic art
Hellenistic art is the art of the Hellenistic period dating from the death of Alexander the Great in 323 BC to the emergence of ancient Rome as signified by the Battle of Actium in 31 BC and the subse...
Hellenistic art - Wikipedia
Phidias
Phidias or Pheidias (/ˈfɪdiəs/; Greek: Φειδίας, Pheidias; c. 480 – 430 BC) was a Greek sculptor, painter and architect, who lived in the 5th century BC, and is commonly regarded as one of the gr...
Phidias - Wikipedia
Polykleitos
Polykleitos (or Polyklitos, Polycleitus, Polyclitus; Greek: Πολύκλειτος, "much-renowned") of Argos, sometimes called the Elder, was an ancient Greek sculptor in bronze of the fifth century BCE. Alongs...
Polykleitos - Wikipedia
Praxiteles
Praxiteles (/prækˈsɪtɨliːz/; Greek: Πραξιτέλης) of Athens, the son of Cephisodotus the Elder, was the most renowned of the Attic sculptors of the 4th century BC. He was the first to sculpt the nude fe...
Praxiteles - Wikipedia
Kouros
A kouros (Ancient Greek: κοῦρος, plural kouroi) is the modern term given to free-standing ancient Greek sculptures which first appear in the Archaic period in Greece and represent nude male youth...
Kouros - Wikipedia
Greek terracotta figurines
Terracotta figurines are a mode of artistic and religious expression frequently found in Ancient Greece. These figurines abound and provide an invaluable testimony to the everyday life and religion of...
Greek terracotta figurines - Wikipedia
Tanagra figurine
The Tanagra figurines were a mold-cast type of Greek terracotta figurines produced from the later fourth century BCE, primarily in the Boeotian town of Tanagra. They were coated with a liquid white sl...
Tanagra figurine - Wikipedia
Hepatizon
Hepatizon (Greek etymology: ἧπαρ, English translation: "liver"), also known as Black Corinthian Bronze, was a highly valuable metal alloy in classical antiquity. It is thought to be an alloy of coppe...
Borghese Vase
The Borghese Vase is a monumental bell-shaped krater sculpted in Athens from Pentelic marble in the second half of the 1st century BC as a garden ornament for the Roman market; it is now in the Louvre...
Borghese Vase - Wikipedia
Townley Caryatid
The Townley Caryatid is a 2.25m high Pentelic marble caryatid, depicting a woman dressed to take part in religious rites (possibly fertility rites related to Demeter or Ceres, due to the cereal motifs...
Townley Caryatid - Wikipedia
This Artist Spent 10 Years Carving A Giant Cave – Alone With His Dog
For the last 10 years, American artist Ra Paulette has been walking alone into New Mexico's desert to work. He spends his time carving a sandstone cave that he found, turning it into a wonderful subte...
Lemnian Athena
The Lemnian Athena, or Athena Lemnia, was a classical Greek statue of the goddess Athena. According to Pausanias (1.28.2), the original bronze was created by Phidias circa 450-440 BCE, for Athenians l...
Theodorus of Samos
Theodorus of Samos (Greek: Θεόδωρος ὁ Σάμιος) was a 6th-century BC ancient Greek sculptor and architect from the Greek island of Samos. Along with Rhoecus, he was often credited with the inventio...
Apollo of Piombino
The Apollo of Piombino or the Piombino Boy is a famous Greek bronze statuette in late Archaic style that depicts the god as a kouros or youth, or it may be a worshipper bringing an offering. The bronz...
Apollo of Piombino - Wikipedia
Berlin Foundry Cup
The Berlin Foundry Cup (German: Erzgießerei-Schale) is a red-figure kylix (drinking cup) from the early 5th century BC. It is the name vase of the Attic vase painter known conventionally as the Fo...
Berlin Foundry Cup - Wikipedia
Artemision Bronze
The Artemision Bronze (often called the God from the Sea) is an ancient Greek sculpture that was recovered from the sea off Cape Artemision, in northern Euboea. It represents either Zeus or Poseidon, ...
Artemision Bronze - Wikipedia