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ART HISTORY I
LECTURE 21: Metaphysical Dualism in Hellenistic Art

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below: Youth of Antikythera, attributed to Euphranor, cast bronze, c. 7' h, c. 375-340 B.C.
(National Museum, Athens):




below: Detail of the Antikythera Youth:



below: The Scraper (Apoxyomenos), attributed to Lysippos, Roman copy, marble, 6.7' h, c. late 4th cent. B.C. (Vatican Museums, Rome):



below: The Discus Thrower, by Myron, Roman copy, marble, c. 5' h, c. 450 B.C. (Terme Museum, Rome):



below: Apollo Belvedere, attributed to Leochares, Roman copy, marble, 7'4" h, c. late 4th - 1st cent. B.C. (Vatican Museums, Rome):



below: South metope 27, from the Parthenon, Athens, Phidias overseer, marble, c. 47" h, c. 447-432 B.C. (British Museum, London):



below: Old Market Woman, copy, marble, c. 4' h, c. 3rd-2nd cent. B.C.
(Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York):




below: Aphrodite of Cyrene (Venus Anadyomene), copy, marble, just under life-size, c. 1st cent. B.C.
(Terme Museum, Rome):



below: Aphrodite of Melos (Venus de Milo), copy, marble, c. 6.6' h, c. 100 B.C. (Louvre, Paris):



below: 'Seneca' Fisherman, copy, marble, c. 5.3' h, c. 200 B.C. (Vatican Museums, Rome):



below: Dresden Athlete, copy, marble, c. 6.5' h, late 4th-early 3rd cent. B.C. (Albertinum, Dresden):



below: Satyr and Nymph, copy, marble, c. 23" h, c. 3rd-2nd cent. B.C. (Conservatori Museum, Rome):



below: Alexander Sarcophagus, marble, c. 6.4' h, c. 330-300 B.C. (Archeological Museum, Istanbul):



below: Battle of the Macedonians and Persians frieze from the Alexander Sarcophagus, marble, c. 27" h,
c. 330-300 B.C. (Archeological Museum, Istanbul):



below: Detail from the Battle of the Macedonians and Persians frieze from the Alexander Sarcophagus, marble, c.27" h, c. 330-300 B.C. (Archeological Museum, Istanbul):



below: Archelaos Relief (the Apotheosis of Homer), signed by Archelaos of Priene, marble, c. 3.8' h,
c. 3rd-2nd cent. B.C. (British Museum, London):



below: Dionysos, copy, marble, c. 3.3' h, c. 3rd cent. B.C. (Antikenmuseum, Basil):



below: Detail from Archelaos Relief showing Apollo with the harp, signed by Archelaos of Priene, marble,
c. 3.8' h, c. 3rd-2nd cent. B.C. (British Museum, London):




below: Herculaneum Goddess, copy, marble, c. 6.9' h, c. 300 B.C. (Albertinum, Dresden):



below: Doryphorus (Spear Bearer), a.k.a. The Kanon, by Polyclitus, Roman copy, marble, c. 6.9' h,
c. 450-440 B.C. (National Museum, Naples):



below: Winged Victory (Nike of Samothrace), attributed to Pythokritos, marble, 8' h, c. 200-190 B.C.
(Louvre, Paris):



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