Thomas McEvilley discusses the evolution of human representation in art between the Neolithic period and ancient Greece. McEvilley states an evolution in the depiction of women and men, where the face becomes more detailed and a separate ego and self-awareness begins to emerge on these pieces.
Video Archive | Classical art (2)
Silvetti presents “Taberna Ancipitas
Formae,” a bath folly he designed for a competition. He employs cues from Greek sculpture and adds whimsical entrances to produce a structure that is both functional and sculptural. Again he capitalizes on the single and two point perspective.