Course Department: 
Classics
Course Frequency: 
Every third year
Course Description: 

Covers the development of Greek sculpture from the Early Bronze Age up to Rome’s arrival in Greece in the second century BCE. Topics include the representation of the human form, the use of art as political propaganda and as an expression of piety toward the gods, Egyptian and Near Eastern influence on Greek art, workshop and regional styles, and the problem of identifying work by “Great Masters.” Counts toward fulfillment of the Visual Arts major. Prerequisite Classics 160. One unit.

Course Number: 

262