Developments of Male statues in the 4th century BC

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Developments of Male statues in the 4th century BC
1 Discobolos 450-440BC
1.1 High Classical period
1.2 The discus thrower
1.2.1 naked with purpose,athlete
1.2.1.1 'Gratutious'
1.2.2 muddled mass of shaped ?
1.2.3 potential movement
1.2.3.1 nudity with prupose
1.2.4 one foot emphasis
1.3 Anatomy
1.3.1 Short closed curles of hair
1.3.2 'Server' expression
1.3.3 Muscular body ribs and sixpack defined
1.3.4 torso not respond to movement of the body
1.4 Pattern and proportion
1.4.1 circular shape,in discus and arc created by arms
1.4.1.1 discus in hand
1.5 Pose and realism
1.5.1 momentary action pose
1.5.2 shoulders full frontal legs in profile
1.5.3 'Z' shape created by movement
1.6 Myron
2 Myron
2.1 480-440BC
2.2 athenian sculptor
2.3 one foot emphasis
2.4 nudity with purpose
2.5 snap shot of action life figured models
2.6 more proportional great focus
2.7 more twisting more obvious leg bent
2.8 'greater boldness of pose'
2.9 representation of athletes,life models used
3 Doryphoros
3.1 440BC
3.2 High Classical period
3.3 warrior carrying spear possibly achilles
3.4 Anatomy
3.4.1 short curled hair-close to head
3.4.2 'Severe' expression
3.4.3 heavy muscles
3.4.3.1 'cuirass aesthoque'
3.4.3.2 very harsh inguish ridge
3.4.4 young mans face with older mans body
3.5 Pattern and proportion
3.5.1 'The Canon' form used
3.5.1.1 mathematical beauty proportion
3.5.2 'Ideal unreality'
3.5.3 limbs shorter than should be
3.5.4 pattern in hair and chest muscles
3.5.4.1 1:7 head to body ratio
3.6 pose and realism
3.6.1 body at rest relaxed
3.6.1.1 weight on right leg left leg bent
3.6.1.2 left arm bent at elbow right arm relaxed
3.6.2 trailing leg technique
3.6.3 CONTRAPPOSTO
3.6.3.1 half in movement half at rest
3.7 disengaged look
3.7.1 lack individuality
3.7.2 quadrifacial frontality
3.7.2.1 360 digrees
3.8 'ideal unreality' developed
3.9 Polykleitan
3.9.1 from argos
3.9.2 school of followers
3.9.3 depict mythelogical beings
3.9.4 developed ideal mathematical equation for human proportions
3.9.4.1 the Kanon/Canon
3.9.4.1.1 'ideal unreality'
3.9.4.1.2 dynamic equilibrium
3.9.4.1.2.1 balance of opposites
3.9.5 pronounced contrapposto
3.9.5.1 Doryphoros
4 Polykleitan
5 Hermes and Dionysus
5.1 350-330BC
5.2 late classical period
5.3 hermes carrying infant dionysus to be raised by the nymphs
5.4 Anatomy
5.4.1 touseled hair care free look
5.4.2 deep set dreamy eyes
5.4.3 soft muscular tone-realistic
5.4.4 slender elegant proportions
5.4.4.1 match young age-clean shaven
5.4.5 baby -shrunken adult
5.4.6 no canon form
5.5 Pattern and proportion
5.5.1 pattern-hair and abdominal chest muscles
5.5.1.1 drapery folds in cloak
5.5.2 1:7 head to body ratio
5.5.2.1 closer to 1:8 smaller than reality
5.6 naked
5.7 Pose and realism
5.7.1 relaxed pose
5.7.1.1 tilted hip weight on right leg
5.7.1.2 'S' bend in body
5.7.2 slight contrapposto used
5.7.2.1 trailing leg technique
5.7.2.2 baby in blanket
5.8 Emotion and relation to viewer
5.8.1 humanising the gods
5.8.1.1 everyday activity
5.8.1.1.1 baby sitting a brother
5.8.1.2 family image
5.8.2 quadrifacial frontality
5.9 Praxiteles
5.10 tree for support, help hold up baby
6 Praxiteles
6.1 humanise gods
6.2 uses trailing leg technique
6.3 tilted hips
6.4 weight on one leg
6.5 contrapposto
6.6 no ideal unreality
6.6.1 realistic as possible
6.7 incorrect proportion of 1:8 head to body ratio
6.7.1 look more realistic ??
6.8 bronze and marble median
6.9 emotion 'dreamy' expression
7 Apollo Sauroktonos
7.1 Praxiteles
7.2 350-330BC
7.3 late classical period
7.4 1-lizard symbolised disease smash with stone 2-Delphi-kills giant serpent
7.5 anatomy
7.5.1 long wavy hair tied up in headband
7.5.2 deepset eyes
7.5.3 young underdeveloped body-lean
7.5.4 faint inguinal ridge
7.6 Pattern and proportion
7.6.1 pattern-hair,knots in tree and branches
7.6.2 head large to body-young man clean shaven
7.6.2.1 1:8 head to body ratio ?
7.7 pose and realism
7.7.1 relaxed pose
7.7.1.1 tilted hip
7.7.2 contrapposto clearly used
7.7.3 sinous 'S' bend in body
7.7.4 trailing leg

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