The Main Art Tendencies in Ancient Greek

Moreover, some of the tendencies that characterized ancient Greek include aesthetic idealism, anthropocentrism, adherence to balance and proportionality, and anthropomorphic imagination.

  
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Ancient Greek art tendencies are many. The tendencies are embodied in various classics of ancient Greek culture. Some of the tendencies of the period that occurred include c.650-480 BCE (Richter, 1987). Moreover, some of the tendencies that characterized ancient Greek include aesthetic idealism, anthropocentrism, adherence to balance and proportionality, and anthropomorphic imagination. Additionally, the ancient Greeks were great researchers of nature, hence were able to reliably represent and exaggerate the beauty of nature. Furthermore, Ancient Greek was associated with religious deities besides using Greek mythologies to make sculptures. The other common tendency among the ancient Greeks was pottery, sculpture, architecture, and painting. Ancient Greek tendencies formed the foundation for authentic art of aesthetic realism and the idealization of reality.