Vanakreeka skulptuur Arhailise ajajärgu skulptuur 600-480 eKr
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Arhailise ajajärgu skulptuur 600-480 eKr
Statue of a kouros (youth), ca. 590–580 B.C.; Archaic Greek, Attic Naxian marble; H. without plinth 76 in. (193.04 cm) Fletcher Fund, 1932
Kleobis and Biton, ca. 590, hgt. ca.2.17 meters, found at the Sanctuary of Apollo at Delphi. Heroic idealized youth, Their qualities as men are more important than a single deed, and the statue therefore does not show them in the action of that deed. The kouroi do not represent men as individuals (as portraits), as they present men only in the ideal of the Archaic Greek hero.
Kroisos (Kouros from Anavysos), c. 540-515 B.C., marble.
Piraeus Apollo Kouros, 520 B.C
Noor Kritios, u 490-480 eKr, Ateena Akropol, arhailise ajastu hiline periood
Nike from Delos, Athens National Museum, c. 550 BC
Male statue (called “Kouros”) of the god Apollo, laying in the same spot where it was abandoned in 600BC
KORE from Keratea, Greece. c. 570BCE. Marble. height 6ft4ins
Peplosega kore, u 540-530 eKr, Ateena akropol
Warriors, East Ped. Temple of Aphaia, Aegina c. 490-480 B.C.
Archer from the East Pediment of the Temple of Aphaia at Aegina, c. 490-480 B.C.
Klassikaline ajajärk 480-323 eKr
Myron: Diskobolos, Roman copy; orig. 460-450 BC ROME, Museo Nazionale
Statue of Athena and Marsyas by Myron in Botanic Garden, Copenhagen, Denmark
Roomlaste koopia, Myroni Athena kujust, grupist “Athena ja Mars”
Zeus; ca. 460 B.C. found in sea off Cape Artemission in Euboea; bronze; 209 cm hiigh Athens: National Museum
Ludovisi Throne, c. 470-460 BC, Rome, Museo Nazionale
Pedimental figures, by Alkamenes I, from west pediment of The Temple of Zeus, Olympia, marble, over-life-size, c. 471-456. (Olympia Museum):
Temple of Zeus, Olympia, West Pediment, Apollo, ~ 460 BC
POLYKLEITOS Doryphoros ca. 450-40 B.C. from Pompeii total front center marble 212 cm. high Naples, Museo Archaeologico
Doryphorus (Spear Bearer), a.k.a. The Kanon, by Polyclitus, Roman copy in marble, c. 6.9' h, c. 440 B.C. (National Museum, Naples): Arrows showing back and forth directions of the Kanon figure
A reconstruction of Phidias' statue of Zeus, in an engraving made by Philippe Galle in 1572, from a drawing by Maarten van Heemskerck
Centaur killing Lapith; a metope of the south side of the Parthenon, workshop of Pheidias, 447-442 BCE. British Museum
Ruins of the Temple of Zeus at the archaeological site of Olympia, Greece, built about 460 BC by the architect Libon of Elis
Centaur and Lapith fighting; a metope of the south side of the Parthenon, workshop of Pheidias, 447-442 BCE. British Museum
Centaur and Lapith Wrestling Pheidias Methop from the South side of Parthenon, 447-442 BC British Museum, London
Panathenaic Procession Frieze designed by Pheidias running frieze outside of cella wall 447-432 B.C.E.
Panathenaic Procession Frieze designed by Pheidias running frieze outside of cella wall 447-432 B.C.E
Pheidias and the Frieze of the Parthenon by Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema; 1868 – 1869; Medium: Oil on mahogany panel; Material(s): ahogany wood; Height: 725 mm;Birmingham Museums & Art Gallery
East Pediment of the Parthenon: Birth of Athena designed by Pheidias 447-432 B.C.E.
Sculptures of the East Pediment. Artemis. Now in British Museum.
Tools, terra-cotta molds, and a cup inscribed "Pheidias" have been recovered from the site, which dates from 440-430 BC - the period during which the artist had undertaken the construction of the chryselephantine Statue of Zeus
Grave stele of Hegeso (h. 1.58 m., w. 1 m.) represents the deceased Hegeso, daughter of Proxenos, seated on a chair and, in front of her, a maiden servant...in the cemetery of Kerameikos, in Athens. the end of the 5th century B.C.
Herm of Pericles “Pericles, son of Xanthippus, Athenian”, Roman copy of the original by Kresilas, Vatican Museums orig. ~429 BC
Nike unloosening her sandal. The relief is from the parapet of the bastion of the temple of Athena Nike. Dated to circa 410 BCE
Dancing Menade. Artist: Skopas (active mid-4th century BCE) Date: 2nd half, 4th c.BCE
Mausoleum at Halicarnassus: Amazonomachy - detail of Greek attacked by Amazon from E. frieze (attributed to Skopas?) - ca. 355-330 B.C.
Mausoleum at Halicarnassus: Amazonomachy - detail of Greek and Amazon from E. frieze (attributed to Skopas?) - ca. 355-330 B.C.
Mausoleum at Halicarnassus: Amazonomachy - detail of Greek attacking Amazon from E. frieze (attributed to Skopas?) - ca. 355-330 B.C.
Hermes of Praxiteles, Museum at Olympia. One of the masterpieces of ancient Greek art. Hermes, as Pausanias informs us, is depicted carrying the infant Dionysos. Made from Parian marble it stands 2,10m in height. It is thought to be an original of the great sculptor and it is dated to ca. 330 B.C
PRAXITELES Cridian Aphrodite 350- 40 B.C. marble Munich, Glyptothek
Apoxyomenos, Roman marble copy of Greek bronze by Lysippus, c. 310 BC; in the Vatican Museum, Rome.
Title: Hermes Tying His Sandal, Roman Copy of a Greek Original Attributed to Lysippos
Alexander the Great, Lysippos (350-300 BC)
LYSIPPOS Farnese Herkales 4th C B.C. marble, Roman copy (1st C B.C.) Naples, Museo Nazionale
The youth from Antikythera. Statue of a young man, a god or a hero who held a spherical object in his right hand (possibly Paris with the apple). It was found in the area of an ancient shipwreck off the island of Antikythera. Dated to 340 B.C.
Apollo Belvedere, restored Roman copy of the Greek original attributed to Leochares, 4th century BC; in the Vatican Museum, Rome
Hellenistlik periood 323 eKr – 30 pKr
The Map of Hellenistic Kingdoms
Black youth with hands bound behing his back. Unknown author. Found in the Fayum, near Memphis, Egypt, bronze, 2nd–1st century BC.
Old Fisherman Vatican-Louvre, also known as the “Dying Seneca”. Unknown author. Statue: black marble and alabaster, (modern) basin: purple breccia, Roman copy of the 2nd century after a Hellenistic original. Found in Rome
Marble relief of a farmer with his cow passing a roadside shrine on the way to market. 1st c. B.C. (Munich: Staatl. Antikensammlung).
Oraator Demosthenes, originaal ~280 eKr, Polyeuktos,
Colossus of the Nile, Vatikan, It is a 1st century A.D. Roman work most likely based on a Hellenistic original.
Pergamon Altar of Zeus. (197-59 B.C.)
Frieze on the north wing, from the Great Altar of Pergamon, marble, c. 7.5' h, c. 180 B.C. (Pergamum Museum, Berlin)
“Dying Gaul,” marble Roman copy after a bronze original, from Pergamum, c. 230–220 BC. In the Museo Nazionale Romano.
Ludovisi Gaul and Wife, from Gallic group monument in the sanctuary of Athena on the Pergamene acropolis, copy, marble, c. 6.9' h, c. 230-220 B.C. (Terme Museum, Rome):
Drawing reconstruction of Pergamene Gallic group monument
Colossus of Rhodes, constructed c. 292–280 BC, wood engraving reconstruction by Sidney Barclay, c. 1875.
Samothrace Nike (Winged Victory of Samothrace), c. 190 BC, Louvre
“Kürenee Aphrodite”, 2. saj lõpp eKr
Praxiteles: Medici Venus, Roman Copy, Uffizi, Florence
Aphrodite of Melos (Venus de milo) sculpture from [Hage?]andros of Antioch, 130 – 100 BC, marble
Sleeping Hermaphroditus. Hermaphroditus: Greek marble, Roman copy of the 2nd century CE after a Hellenistic original of the 2nd century BC, restored in 1619 by David Larique; mattress: Carrara marble, made by Gianlorenzo Bernini in 1619 on Cardinal Borghese's request
Farnese härg, Napoli, Museo Archeologico Nazionale
Hagesandros, Athenodoros and Polydoros of Rhodes Laocoon and his sons c. 175-150 BC Marble, height 242 cm (95 1/2 in) Museo Pio Clementino, Vatican
Figurine of Aphrodite Playing with Eros Tanagra Late 4th century BC
B2960. A FINE GREEK 'TANAGRA' FIGURE, ca. 4th-3rd century BC.
Terracotta Figurines, Girls Playing Ephedrismos c. 300 B.C.E. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York: Rogers Fund, 1907
Muse tanagra style figurine
Grupo de Tanagra
Statuete de tip Tanagra
Friseur, Terracotta aus Tanagra, Berlin Museum
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