Produced little to no art.
Made a lot of ceramics, those of which include many types of pottery., Hydria: Used to pour water., Lekythos: used to pour oil., Krater: used to mix water and wine., New node, Amphora: Used to store liquids and dry goods., Kylix: Drinking cup., Oenochoe: Used as a jug for pouring things.
Certain vases, such as the Diphylon vase were used as grave markers were as much as five feet tall, because sculptors later on had more time to make them.
1. Horror Vacui: The fact that the artist must fill every little space with some sort of design.
2. Rigid division must be in a rational and balanced order.
3. There must be used of geometric shapes in the art.
4. Three separate lines must be differently colored.
5. The handles of a vase must swell out.
6. Animals and humans must be made of geometric parts.
These figures were large.
Large art was created because there was more time, and there was also no war.
These statues always portrayed male, nude figures.
These were usually used for devotionals for gods, or grave markers.
These sculptures were much more different, as they portrayed women instead of men.
They were thought that they are not able to reach arete, or perfection.
They were often displayed reverential to gods.
The Peplos Kore shows a woman, and she is not nude, as opposed to the other male figures. They were actually painted unlike others.
The Chiton Kore figure is much more detailed than it's predecessor, the Peplos.
Labor was divided among themselves.
These stories are none other than the Iliad, and the Odyssey. Each story is somewhat interconnected to each other.
With this, there was the development of different types of vases, one being black figure vases.
These vases were made by heating, then burning the vase, then etching the figures on it.
Exekias came in, making vases, known as the Black Amphora., Bilingual Amphora was a type of pottery that featured black and red figures.