… . Today, Greek folk compositions and other facets of Romiosini culture are esteemed, despite the fact that many with Greek ancestry do not call themselves primarily as Greek anymore. An everlasting and significant contribution to America is that of the Greek Orthodox Church.
The Greek Art of Sculpture
Most Greek sculpture works have descended by means of duplicates prepared in the Roman era. Greek sculptures symbolize the features of the human figure with absolute accurateness.
The greatest unsurpassed sculptors that existed during the Golden Age of Athens were Myron and Phidias. The figure of the Discus Thrower is famous of the …
… at the Olympic games awed it.
100 years after Phidias came Praxiteles, whose sculptures were unique, huge, ceremonial, and majestic, befitting to be of the Greek gods. Despite their enormous size, statues of Praxiteles were inclined towards humanly and realistic appearance. Usually making actual size sculptures, Praxiteles communicated the Greek appreciation for the splendor of the human figure.
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