Examines the Statue "Doryphorous" by Polykleitos and Discusses how the Human form Has Been Used as a Cultural Symbol
In the statue "Doryphorous" by Polykleitos the human form is used as a cultural symbol as this was the reason art was created in the Ancient Greek Classical Period; to highlight their love of the human body and its cultural importance within society. It represents the importance their culture places on physical perfection.
Firstly, the Greek artists believed that a perfect society could be created through truth, justice and beauty, and these ideals were represented through their art forms. …
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