This fact allows one to access the cultural evolution of the antique sculpture from the archaic period in Greece to the high point of the Roman Empire's might.
I have my goal to examine the way the portrait reveals the features communicating a message of the ruler's glory and divine nature.
According to literature that have expounded a little on the nature of this sculpture, the Virgin of Paris was created in the early 14th century.
The statue features her in the attire of the Egyptian pharaoh which was known to be a man's role. The statue indicated Hatshepsut as a woman king and the false ceremonial beards she wore which [...]
I consider that the concept of every work of art has two aces: the first one is correspondence to reality, and the second one is a reflection of the author's subjective perception of the world.
During his reign, the territory of the Byzantine Empire expanded significantly, having become the largest during the whole history of the Byzantine Empire; it is possible to say that the cult of Justinian existed in [...]
Marquand noted that Hellenistic sculptures admired the beauty of the female body; it is noticeable in the sculptures of Venus de Milo and Winged Victory of Samothrace, the most popular works belonging to this period.
They are in a constant search for the diversity of forms and materials in order to create the meaningful basis of the work of art.
This idea suggests that there is a division between the content of the artwork and the form of the image which can also be expressed as the visual and the sublime.
Due to the fact the Renaissance was marked with the return to the natural ancient forms of representing humans, one of the most famous and antiquity oriented works of Donatello is the statue of David.
Every detail of the Laocoon statue presents a spectator with appetitive, rational, and spiritual standpoints with regards to Plato's Tripartite Soul.
The kouros has the suggestion of muscle in its depiction, particularly in the knees and elbows while the Arsinoe offers a great deal of detail in its clothing, such as in the scarf draped over [...]
It points to the top of the Prudential Tower, where a glassed-in Sky Walk on the 50th floor affords views of the White Mountains humped up in the north; the Atlantic's blue horizon stretched across [...]
In particular it is to be noted that in the movement of the Victory which is to the left with the right leg advanced, the left leg comes forward so as to form a nearer [...]
Since the art of sculpture involves the use of materials that can be transfigured it is taken to be one of the simplest. The sculpture is also considered more paying as compared to other forms [...]
The artistic masterpieces that are being created during the course of this period promote the concept of existential harmony because, in them, the ideals of physical beauty are organically combined with the ideals of intellectual [...]
Actually, the variety of the roles, that animals play in human life is often represented in the art by both children and adults, and it is necessary to mention, that the creativity process of children [...]
His sculptural work that is created between 1986 and 2004 is placed at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and is mostly composed in the form of interconnected pieces manifested by the trains of [...]
The acknowledgement of the additive and subtractive processes of sculpture working is necessary condition in the creation of the sculpture; therefore it would be relevant to describe the technical skills, the physical and expressive possibilities [...]
This way, the British museum would retain the right of ownership and control over the sculptures, and by doing so the marbles of Parthenon could be again reunited, as the British artifacts would be displayed [...]
Laocoon, in Greek mythology, is priest of Apollo who advised the Trojans not to touch the timber horse made by the Greeks in the times of the Trojan War.
The sculptures worked in stone, metal wood and terracotta Many prominent pieces of art during the malla period were made by different artists one is the Achalla Destroyer of Evil made in the period early [...]
The symmetry and balance of this figure has an almost saint-like quality, as if the subject had a spiritual quality which drew the artist to her.
A prime example of an assembled sculpture is Community Power Figure made by Songye peoples and housed in the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
The sculpture of the Shaka triad has a mandorla, which has an inscription providing a piece of essential information about the date, the author, donors, and the circumstances in which the statue was created.
The mission of Anubis was to guide the souls of the recently dead people through the underworld. This art object is masterfully carved and color-coded, especially the clothing of Anubis that has a rhombus pattern.
The purpose of this essay is both a description and analysis of this work of art and its place in the culture of the ancient world.
The deterioration of sculptures and the fading of the paint are the reasons why those objects of art that have survived to the present are associated exclusively with white.
The statute represented on the relief of the Temple of Artemis is one of the typical examples of Ancient Greek sculpture.
The major works that mark the transition from the classical to the modern period that she cites are Gates of Hell and the statue of Balzac by Rodin. In the 1950s, sculpture became a 'combination [...]
While observing the sculpture at wide spaces of Cottesloe's beach, it is possible to discuss the artwork as the representation of the man's freedom and the general idea of infinity1.
As I mentioned earlier, art is subject to individual interpretation with abstract art in particular being subject to the whims of a person's imagination, similar to the concept of a block of wood looking like [...]
The following damages have been done to the work: the nose is completely smashed up, several slashes can be observed on the face and portions of the face as well as hair are missing, the [...]
The sculpture is important from a historical perspective because it helps the beholder to grasp the enormity of Michelangelo's genius as well as his unique approach to the canons of Christian iconography.
If the public place is reconstructed, there is a chance that the sculpture and the context will change, thus changing the initial aim of the work of art.
The Renaissance was an era in the history of Europe that was exemplified by blossoming culture, starting in Florence towards the end of the 15th century and, from then on, spread to whatever remains of [...]
In a piece of art, the artist presents the subject of his art to the intended audience from his point of view of the subject.
The Artist Project allowed analyzing the way Moore and Reddy, the two artists that shared much in common, remained unique in their ways of reflecting their worldview.
The era is used to refer to the rule of the first five Roman Emperors. The reason is that it represents an important figure in the religion of the people.
One of the main achievements of Egyptian civilization was the invention of the papyrus and the subsequent development and spreading of the written language.
Still, Koons's sculpture can be discussed as a good and influential piece of public art because it not only catches the public attention, but it is also discussed as attractive due to the fact the [...]
Additionally, it can be seen that special attention is paid to the details of the head such as the texture of the hair.
What this means is that the various shapes and patterns in the ceramic work of Kaneko are not haphazardly placed as seen in the work of Jackson Pollock or Picasso, rather, there is a definite [...]
As far as the key differences between the Ancient Indian and the Ancient Greek sculptures are concerned, the concept of aesthetics deserves to be mentioned.
The title of the work, "The Eternal Idol," was highly a symbolist construction, from the exploration of Rodin at the time.
The design and construction were to commemorate the defeat of the British in the war of 1812 by Baltimore state. It acts as a memory of the soldiers and the spirit of the people who [...]
The literal meaning of Arethusa is "the waterer" and the tale on which this sculpture of Alpheus and Arethusa is based, has its origin in a river.
The main issue discussed by the supporters and the protesters of the deed of Lord Elgin is whether the marbles should stay in the British Museum or be sent back to their motherland in Greece.
The people carried "huge stones for many miles to this site". That being the case, Stonehenge remained a sacred monument to many people.
It was unearthed on the island of Samothrace in the Aegean.Dr. The fresco is on the three walls of a room with a window and a door.
The artist also uses clay and other materials to produce the best works of art. The geology of the universe is one of the central themes in Boozer's works.
The cast of bronze and striking a very unusual pose, not to mention the fact that the clothes "worn" by David were considered very inappropriate at the time, the sculpture represented a challenge to the [...]
The works of Christo and Andy Goldsworthy are made in the genres of expressionism, abstractionism; these artists are the representatives of the installation art.
Combining the time-honored traditions of ceramics art with some of the most extraordinary approaches, Tobin manages to not only shock the viewers into paying attention, but also create the mind-benders that make the viewers reflect [...]
The concept of the art work, which is the tension of the gods' council, a decisive moment of Greek history, is shown through the composition and accurate work on postures and facial features of the [...]
However, it is necessary to note that the two statues show differences in the development of the areas represented. The cartouche is placed on a circular base above the crown, which is in the shape [...]
The height of the bronze is 80 cm and it is now a part of the collection of Museo Archeologico in Florence.
The monument was meant to honor the bravery of Colonel Shaw and the 54th regiment. The Robert Gould Shaw and the 54th Regiment memorial is a monumental relief; its sculpturing begun 20 years after the [...]
Comparing the specifics of the Kuwait and British sculpture, one can possibly see the specifics of the Kuwaiti and the British culture, the key differences and the unexpected similarities, and learn about the trends in [...]
Moreover, the main objective of this research is to consider the historical development of sculpture in France and the availability of the art schools in the country in comparison with relatively young development of sculpture [...]
The story is about a battle between the Israelites and the Philistines and Goliath seems to be the most dangerous of them all due to his height and strength advantage.
It is not a secret that one of the most well-known subjects of the art of Italy is considered to be the most interesting and prominent hero - David.
The difference between the Kuwait sculptures and those in Australia helps in the identification of ways that will assist in promotion of sculptures in Kuwait.
In the second part of the essay, the paper discusses the meaning and function of the sculptures. The surface of the statue is clean and gleams of the granite stone with which it is made [...]
Therefore, this paper discusses the issues involving the acquisition of the marbles, the parties involved in the acquisition, the cultural issues behind them and the ownership claims of the British and the Greeks.
This paper provides a research on the artistic works of this period with the aim of constructing a reasoning concerning the artists of this period, the reasons for engaging in these activities.
The sculptures of the limestone portrait of a Roman Matron and that of the colossal head of the Egyptian king have comparative features.
The destination of this statue was the honor of the King, presentation of his power and divine origin. However, it is possible to find kind of smile on the face of King.
It is necessary to speak about the style of this sculpture, its artistic elements, and its relation to the social, religious political and cultural world of that period.
Anesthetically, the statue is inspirational to other artists of the time and in present due to the fact that it has maintained its significance. This is due to the natural, realistic and anesthetics nature of [...]
The two art works vary in different aspects, first and foremost the pieces of work vary based on the materials that are used in their preparation, the head and bust of a man is made [...]
The main setback in this process is that if a lot of material is removed, the design might not come out the way it was expected because it is a subtraction process.
This sculpture is based on the story of David and Goliath as it appears in the bible. The first "David" sculpture was commissioned in the beginning of the 1400s by a cathedral in Florence.
Most of the sculptures from in this style were influenced by the Romanesque style which was widely used at the beginning of the 11th century.
The Statue of a Wounded Warrior is a Roman copy of the statue of the Greek origin that dates back to the 138 181 A.D.of Mid-Imperial, Antonine period.
Thus, the sculpture of Augustus is symbol of a rupture with "the worst of times" and its traditions, and it is an important mean of propaganda.
Hatshepsut was the first Egyptian female pharaoh, so in order to give it a solid presence the creators of the statue put a beard on it, just like the one that is on all statues [...]
By the inscriptions that were found on it, the sculpture forms part of a collection of the pieces in the temples built by the Guedea in Ur Nippur, Asdab Uruk and Bad-Tibira. In contrast to [...]
The room: The visual focus of the room is the large golden statue of the Buddha set on a raised platform.
These aspects are evident among current sculptors."Significance of Sculptors of the Italian Renaissance" This is a research investigating and analyzing the different arguments on philosophical nature of Sculptors of the Italian Renaissance, from various art [...]
Description and Analysis Work's use of the systems of global capitalism Relationship to the global system of exhibiting art in biennials and institutions The symbolism of the elephant and of air Cosa is an [...]
In the essay, a detailed analysis of the Pieta shall be given particularly criticizing an error that Michelangelo had made in the design of the sculpture.
The development of female figures in ancient Greek sculpture was noticeable during those times; each period added something new; the influence of other countries and their cultures was reflected in almost each piece of work, [...]