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A Defining Moment of Ancient Art History
What you'll learn
Students will learn the key developments, vocabulary terms, and works of art which are associated with Classical Greek sculpture.
Students who have completed the preceding course "The Art of Archaic Greece" will be most prepared to appreciate the broad view of how sculpture developed in ancient Greece, but this course also can stand alone and provide a solid grounding in Classical Greek sculpture.
This course covers the developments in Greek sculpture which emerged during the Classical Period, between the fifth and the fourth centuries B.C.E., including the Contrapposto stance, the "wet drapery" effect, and the bringing down-to-earth even the loftiest of the Olympian gods' images. While covering the essential works of this new and highly-significant style of Greek sculpture, this course also features original research which relates Classical Greek sculpture forms to the little-known monumental bronzes of ancient Arabia. This course features a review of key vocabulary terms as its final lecture.
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 From Archaic to Classical
Section 2: Evolutions in Form and Concept
Lecture 2 The Severe Style
Lecture 3 The Contrapposto Revolution
Lecture 4 The Parthenon Sculptures
Lecture 5 The Female Form
Section 3: Late Classical Innovations
Lecture 6 Late Classical Sculpture
Lecture 7 Course Vocabulary Review
High school, university, and graduate students will find both a review of key pieces and developments as well as original research and connections which are exclusive to this course.
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