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Published: Jul 30, 2019
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Upon looking in different eras of art you can see characteristics which make that art stand out as part of a certain culture, as an example when a person sees the Egyptian art they will be able to identify certain characteristics of it. And he/she can easily tell you that, what civilization started it. Even without having to study the civilization of them and he/she would be able to pinpoint and what it is about it that makes it stand out.
Throughout human history and in our current culture we are all drowning with appearances, and facing to become the ideal human being. In the Greek art, the ideal man is described with a chisel-led chest and macular arms, legs with a handsome face to top it off, men more described in the naked to describe it’s masculinity. This is right in the “poly Keli toe” statue which explains the ideal Greek men with a strong muscular appearance. And todays culture this characteristic for the ideal of men still remains the same. The ideal women characteristics were not. However, still remain the same, Women, in the Greek art weren’t show naked, but rather covered up with some sort of drapery fabrics. Like in the metope of Athena, Herakles, and Atlas. This train of lessons is still present today in many cultures. Although women are allowed in many countries to dress the way she wishes. Therefore wearing more revealing clothing. This idea of the perfect woman is always fluctuating over the years.
Upon today's culture, although we are no longer challenge in a naked nor do you see naked men in everywhere you turn we still obsessions with the human figure. in the media men and women are idolized for their attractive figures, in the current lifestyle, there are hundreds of books and magazines out for women and men pay attention to how to perfect your figure it also required respect from everyone when someone is more attractive than other, someone who looks they have a better shape and exist in a good physical shape is much more likely to granted respect than someone who is overweight, it is almost displaying of your inner commitment to better yourself is concern upon having a good shape body, so look like Greek we too are idolized the human form. But we are just not as open as they were.
In my ideas, people have been fascinated by the beauty and strength since the beginning of the time because it speaks more to our primal side than most would care to admit. no matter what and how much we have to try to be higher beings and accept all, and we are all still going to be human and beauty and strength will draw the eyes, and it will be always present in art, in the other parts, Greek has realized this because of gods and goddesses and heroes sculptures had the hint of humanity in them and in their stories. Those same gods and heroes have had the very human flaws. Therefore notwithstanding the fact that tried for a perfect body in their art, and eventually they carried that into their sculpting later is because they still accepted humanity. Sometimes making me think more that is the perfection of humanity is really started in the Greek regime but there is art made it very famous.
The ideals of men haven't been changed very much but the thought of lessons of the perfection female has evolved with women's search for equality, and has little change about humanity in certain time, no matter what happened to the world or has become changes in the world.
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