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What is the difference between Egyptian Art and Greek Art?

Asked by Demi , Last updated: Nov 11, 2022

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C. Adlai

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C. Adlai, Software Developer, B.E (Bachelor of Engineering), California, USA

Answered Dec 10, 2020

There are various types of art in this world that are just easy to appreciate. When you say “Egyptian art,” this is the type of art that the Egyptians have created before. The pieces and artworks that they have created are geared towards the type of religion that they believed in at that time.

When you say “Greek art,” you will see different types of art that will showcase their philosophies in life. You will find various sculptures and art pieces that will show the different stages of life and how life can be improved. People may have some preferences with the type of art that they like more.

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Matz Lewis Clark

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Answered Jul 12, 2020

Egyptian artists followed the implementation of stylistic laws in their art. This style applies to the impressive collection of statures in Egyptian art. The Pharaohs were very strict concerning art. On the other hand, Greek art was much more liberal. Greek art allowed the artist to have the freedom to create from their vision.

Egyptian artists followed the implementation of stylistic laws in their art. This style applies to
Greek art honored the mythology directly in the production of their artwork. The Greek artists received more positive encouragement compared to Egyptian artists. They also created pottery, which was something that the Egyptians would never allow. The ambition of the Egyptians was to produce more of an objective representation of reality, rather than it’s objective and unbiased truths.

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