Similarities between egyptian and greek sculpture. Ancient Egyptian and Ancient Greek’s Comparison

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  1. Tygonris

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    Throughout the Archaic era the only compensation for death was immortal fame, what the Greeks called kleos. Considering Greek art, it is easy to notice the angular differences compared to Egyptian art. The use of stone in Egyptian architecture was very common. In this case, it is a certain point of a striding human where the body shortly stops. Greek art was influenced largely by philosophy. While this process of first description and then comparison may seem rather mundane, it is an important aspect of the art historian's trade. But secondly and more importantly this two step process called formal analysis helps us understand the work as a visual object.
     
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    The Greek and Egyptian works also.Latest posts by Prabhat S see all.
     
  3. Fenrishicage

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    Egyptian art and Greek art both had mesmerizing sculptures but Egyptian art was more oriented towards religion and Greek art was more focused on philosophy. The.Though there are several similarities between Greek and Egyptian art, they have many concrete differences between them.
     
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    Egyptian sculpture is considered to have influenced the Archaic period of Greek sculpture. Early Greek statues typically represented young boys or.In the Iliadwhen we first meet Helen, over whom the Trojan war is being fought, she is weaving a robe with scenes depicting the deeds of the Greeks and Trojans BK III: lines ; and in BK 9 line when Achilleus greeted the Embassy from the Greeks, he was singing "of men's Fame.
     
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    portalnews.top emphasis of Egyptian statues was more on the symmetry. The Greek statues were not based on any symmetry. portalnews.top Egyptian statues followed very strict.The difference of the tradition and culture can be observed in the use of available technology of Greek and application of primary know-how in Egyptian art.
    Similarities between egyptian and greek sculpture. Difference Between Egyptian Art and Greek Art (With Table)
     
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    And they say that this statue is for the most part similar to those of Egypt, as having the arms stretched stiffly down the sides (paratetamenas) and the legs.The Egyptian connection is particularly attractive as the suspected earliest appearance of the stone kouroi in Greece of around the middle of the seventh century occurs soon after Greeks were first allowed to settle in Egypt in return for having served as mercenaries.
     
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    been used for comparison with Greek kouroi.' This paper is intended to define more closely the contact between Egyptian and Greek sculpture.Egyptian art was regulated by the Pharaohs.
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    Greek art was very liberal, it was not subjected to any rules. In Egyptian art, humans and human figures were not primary subjects. In Greek art, humans were.We need to understand that in the case of Kleobis and Biton, death was not a tragedy, but a victory, a victory of the greatest sort.
     
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    In understanding the history and style of any period of art, we have to understand the balance between social and political development of that particular era.Greek art was very realistic and it portrait emotions in their statues.
     
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    Considering Greek art, it is easy to notice the angular differences compared to Egyptian art. In this case, it is conclusive that Egyptian art.Statues such as the Met kouros seemed to have served a number of purposes, grave marker, votive statue i.
     
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    This notion, of course, is nothing new in the Archaic period.
     
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    The ancient artists made discoveries about the wonders and beauty of nature and the dignity and nobility of man.
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    Lacking any textual information about the work and since the piece was torn from its original archaeological context because of human greed, we can only summarize its origins; we can't be certain as to whether this kouros represents a youth, an athlete, a warrior or a god.
     
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    Establishing the same level knowledge for the Greek Kouros is somewhat more difficult.
     
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    The flawless reflection of various human organs would definitely leave anyone with awe.
     
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    forum? The Greek art, Diadoumenos, is raw in terms of exposure to the anatomical details.
     
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    Egyptian art chose religion as the topic of its art.
     
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    This new identity rapidly advances over years into a defined visual language concentrated on the expression of natural perfection in the human form.Forum Similarities between egyptian and greek sculpture
     
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    In spite of the supportive lenience provided by an extension of the wall-like feature, the Egyptian figure seems to be struggling with balance.
     
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    In Egyptian architecture, more ornamental stones were used.
     
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    The heads of both figures, framed by long hair, look straight forward.
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    forum? Unlike Egyptian art, Greek art examined the world as it was and explored the various concepts of life.
     
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    Kleobis, Biton and Kroisos are all given something like immortality through their heroic death.
     
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    Contrast and Comparison of Egyptian and Greek Scultures.
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    Tied in this way to this support at the back, the figure is really not free-standing, but rather projecting from the slab in extremely high relief.
     
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    One of the central ideas in Homer's Iliad is Achilleus' choice is between a long but rather prosaic life back in his homeland of prosaic Pthia, a life which would be remembered by no one, or a short, but glorious life ended in battle at exciting Troy, which would be remembered by everyone, forever.
     

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