Glossary of LHHS OCAD ART (No.4)
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- When did the Portrait Statue of a Boy made?
- the period of Early Roman Empire
- What kind of technique was used in this work?
- the lost-wax bronze casting technique
- What does this work reveal?
- the skill of the artist in producing a finely textured surface with delicate detailing
- The young boy in this work stands in a naturalistic _______________ pose.
- What do the raised left hip and bent right knee indicate?
- weignt shift
- His raised right hand and outreaching left hand indicate interaction with an audience, as if he is _______.
- What does this work recall?
- earlier representations of orators.
- In the past it was thought to be a portrait of one of the grandsons of the emperors ________________
- Gaius or Lucius Caesar
- Now, however, scholars think that the boy was probably a member of a Roman ________ family stationed on the island of Rhodes.
- What was Rhodes?
- a colony of the Roman Empire
- The pose of this work and the emphasis on naturalistic idealism shows the Early Empire artist's debt to what?
- Classical Greek sculpture
- What is the boy in this work wearing?
- What is himation?
- a Greek cloak
- According to the period of this work, the boy was supposed to wear what?
- a Roman style toga
- Who was the emperor when this work was made?
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