Famous Figure Bronze Ancient Art of Classical Greek StatuesJason2022-08-30T05:47:15-04:00
Famous Figure Bronze Ancient Art of Classical Greek Statues
In the whole western art tradition, classic Greek statues occupies a very important position. This is the statue of a muscular bronze man, his whole body was very bright, that’s because we use the lost wax casting method. Classical Greek statues are idealistic, simple, emphasizes commonness, elegant and exquisite. This sculpture perfectly embodies the characteristics of classical Greek statues.
Life-size or custom-made depends on your preference.
Lost-wax casting process.
Generally soft and waterproof plastic inside, wooden cases/ iron box for outside.
Greek art is idealistic, simple, emphasizing commonality…
Greek art is idealistic, simple, emphasizing commonality, elegant and delicate. In a word, it is noble and simple, quiet and great. Ancient Greek myths and legends are the source of ancient Greek sculpture art, but also the subject of ancient Greek sculpture. It was a beautiful fantasy of nature and society. They believed that God and man had the same form and character. Therefore, ancient Greek sculpture shaped the image of God with reference to the image of man, and endowed it with a more ideal and perfect art form. You can take a look at our classical Greek statues. This is a typical Greek sculpture of a man.
classical Greek statues
Sculpture is one of the greatest achievements of the ancient Greeks
The ancient Greeks learned from the Egyptians how to make bronze statues, stone statues and stone buildings. It took only 100 years to go from parody to creating a superb work of art in your own unique style. After that, sculpture became one of the most remarkable achievements of the ancient Greeks. The success of Greek sculpture is based on their careful observation and study of human body structure and movement patterns. By the end of the 6th century BC, they were producing lifelike statues that were more vivid and realistic than the Egyptian works. Greek sculptures of men are almost identical, standing upright with their left legs outstretched, their arms hanging at their sides, their hands clenched in fists. Due to the unique religious views of the Greeks, that is, the naked human body can better show the perfection of human and God. So these statues of young men were generally represented in the nude and were called “Apollo” by the Greeks. Have a look at the classical Greek statues, Aongking also has more classical Greek statues for you to choose from. We can customize any sculpture for you. Welcome to contact Aongking.