Male Nudes in Art History: Greek Kouros, The first major culture to celebrate the importance of the male nude statue was that of ancient Greece,
Male nudes are the norm in Greek art, even though historians have stated that ancient Greeks kept their clothes on for the most part. New research suggests that art
Ancient Greek art has survived most A male nude could just as easily be Apollo Gradations in the social importance of the person commissioning the
From rare bronzes found in the sea to goddesses that proved a millennium ahead of their time, ancient Greek art is majestic, vital and full of high drama, writes
Ancient Greek art stands out among that of other ancient Fine metalwork was an important art in Praxiteles made the female nude respectable for the
Female Nudes in Art History: This ideal version of the Greek female nude the importance of the female nude was much diminished.
The importance of the nude in Greek Art Diskobolos (Discus Thower) Aphrodite of knidos kouros Kritios boy Kouros, from Attica, Greece, ca. 600 BCE. Kouros, from