Greek Roman Classical
The Greeks established an artistic style which was emulated for generations by the ancient Romans, renaissance artists, and much of Western civilization. In its many incarnations, it is identified as a Classical Style. From ancient remnants of sculptures and architecture, we learn about how the early Classical civilizations laid the ground work for organizing society around democratic principles, urban infrastructure, formalized religion, and large public gathering areas. Can you see the ancient motifs repeated in later renaissance designs and neoclassical statues?
Apollo Belvedere Bronze Bust, Lost Wax Bronze 13HPN#TAL771
Venus de Milo Greek Bust Lost Wax Bronze Metal 14HPN#7939
Mercury Carrying the Goddess of Fortune Statue, Lost Wax Bronze Metal 36HPN#7934
Rape of Sabines Statue Lost Wax Bronze Metal 23HPN#7927