Cycladic- Made from marble, nude female, very geometric figure, and stylized.
Minoan- Pottery full of geometric figures, naturalistic figures such as fish and flowers, and monochromatic
Mycenaean- very luxurious and eloquent, detailed paintings on pottery, incorporated warriors, mythical beliefs, and animals.
Archaic Greece- Figure stylized, smooth figure, very geometric and not anatomically possible, and no movement depicted.
Classical Greece- Figures anatomically correct, more movement depicted, contrapposto stance, and attention to detail, attractive male body
Hellenistic Greece- Very attentive to detail even more than classical, figure shows more movement in limbs and posture, anatomically correct body, muscular body and older head with beard.
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Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien
The Walters Art Museum
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Museum of Cycladic Art
The J. Paul Getty Museum
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