Anatomy of the Ancient Greek as seen through Sculpture - 3D virtual exhibition by R. Pierce Hoehn

Anatomy of the Ancient Greek as seen through Sculpture

Sculptures from the ancient Greek periods are highly reflective of their ideals and ability to portray the human anatomy. Over the course of one thousand years a clear progression from rudimentary form towards that of proportionate precision can be seen. Though many of these great sculptures were once rich in color and pristine in condition, these sculptures have endured an incredible amount of wear and tear. War, and the transitioning of major cultures has reduced many Classical sculptures into particles of their former selves.

In this exhibition, one may examine several exciting and bold relics of the ancient Greek through the Minoan Age (2000-1400 BCE) and lastly into the Hellenistic Period (336 – 146 BCE).

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