Head of a roaring lion) For example take the head of the roaring lion represents the strength of the Assyrian culture where as the head of the pharaoh is more of a symbolic figure as a ruler over southern Egypt. Back then such statues where placed on tombs for eternal images tooth deceased. (Antigen Egyptian Art Collection Highlights) believe that the subject matter of both art forms is a little similar while they represent the artist message of strength, leadership, hierarchy, respect and most of all discipline.
The head of the pharaoh is black and copper looking but made in a cone shape that’s very smooth but yet also curvy’ and polished while the roaring lion on the other hand looks grey, rough and edgy and broken in several laces. Part 3: (The Metropolitan Museum Of Art- Head of a roaring lion)the head of the roaring lion was during 9th-8TH B. C and the head of the pharaoh 2675-2130 B. C. E. (Antigen Egyptian Art Collection Highlights).
To me the artists of both pieces are trying to show us (the art viewers) that important reputation that these to sculpture had in society during those time frames. For example in today’s society the Lion is still considered to be a form Of hierarchy as well as the king of the jungle. When looking at the head of the pharaoh believe that the artist is trying to show us the type Of power held by pharaohs during that time period. In which today for example former presidents faces where placed on the currency to be honored or remembered as they have passed on.
Art Appreciation unit 1 IP After looking at several definitions came to the conclusion that art can mean several things, My first definition of art is a very controversial topic due to the tact that people deem art to be many things such as a creation, mental beauty, inner beauty, outer beauty as well as philosophy.