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Greek Art3 mythological monsters
Greek Art3 mythological monsters
Greek Art3 mythological monsters
Greek Art3 mythological monsters
Greek Art3 mythological monsters
Greek Art3 mythological monsters
Greek Art3 mythological monsters
Greek Art3 mythological monsters
Greek Art3 mythological monsters
Greek Art3 mythological monsters
Greek Art3 mythological monsters
Greek Art3 mythological monsters
Greek Art3 mythological monsters
Greek Art3 mythological monsters
Greek Art3 mythological monsters
Greek Art3 mythological monsters
Greek Art3 mythological monsters
Greek Art3 mythological monsters
Greek Art3 mythological monsters
Greek Art3 mythological monsters
Greek Art3 mythological monsters
Greek Art3 mythological monsters
Greek Art3 mythological monsters
Greek Art3 mythological monsters
Greek Art3 mythological monsters
Greek Art3 mythological monsters
Greek Art3 mythological monsters
Greek Art3 mythological monsters
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Third lesson on Greek Art. Had to make some decorations for Halloween (ugh) so decided to make it a meaningful art lesson!

Third lesson on Greek Art. Had to make some decorations for Halloween (ugh) so decided to make it a meaningful art lesson!

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  • 1. Greek Art III
  • 2. Greek Art III
    Last time you looked at the images of Greek art, and identified recurring motifs and looked at the difference between a whole piece of art and a detail.
    A recurring motif is a subject, a figure, a theme, an idea, a shape, a colour scheme or a pattern that is used again and again.
  • 3. Motifs in Greek Art
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    This is what is called a detail
    And so is this
    Here is the whole piece of art.
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    Whole piece of art or detail?
    Whole piece
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    Whole piece of art or detail?
    Whole piece
    Exekias. Internal view of cup. Dionysius crossing the sea. Circa 535 BC. Munich.
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    Whole piece of art or detail?
    Detail
    Meidias Painter. Hydria. Detail: Phaon playing the lyre, winged Himeros in front of him. Florence.
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    This detail of a vase shows a common theme in Greek art, myths and legends.
    Andokides Painter. Amphora. Detail: Herakles and cerberus. Circa 510 BC. Paris, Louvre.
  • 9. Greek Art III
    Greek Mythology is a collection of stories from Ancient Greece. These stories are about:
    Gods & Goddesses such as Aphrodite, Zeus or the Titans.
    Heroes & Heroines such as Odysseus, Theseus, and Ariadne
    Lovers & Legends for example the legend of Echo and Narcissus, and the story of Eros and Psyche
    Creatures & Chimerae the monsters of Greek mythology - the Sphinx, Medusa, and the Chimera
    Detail, Theseus and the Minotaur Athenian black-figure vase, ca. 550 BC
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  • 26. Artist’s Sketchbook
    In your sketch book you are going to draw a detail of a piece of Greek art showing a monster.
    Use your viewfinder to select a detail.
    Copy the detail into your sketchbook.
  • 27. Artist’s Sketchbook
    Try to copy the original piece of art as carefully as possible and add in all the details.
    We will be using this drawing for a special class project.
  • 28. Artist’s Sketchbook
    Once you have drawn the detail in your sketch book we are going to enlarge it using a square grid.
    We will combine all your monsters into a Greek frieze to decorate the walls for the Halloween party.
  • 29. Artist’s Sketchbook
    Once you have drawn the detail in your sketch book we are going to enlarge it using a square grid.
    We will combine all your monsters into a Greek frieze to decorate the walls for the Halloween party.

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