Greek Statues: Kouros and Demosthenes
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In this article, the writer discusses that the Greeks learned about sculpture from the Egyptians, from whom they buried the form and style of the bakenreneb, a static and stylized image of a young man. However, while the Egyptians continued to produce that same statue over the span of many centuries, the Greeks made great leaps in their depictions of the human form in only 200 years. The writer looks at the Greek statues Kouros and Demosthenes.
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