The art of Ancient Greece laid the foundations for European art:
• architecture (use in Europe of the principle of symmetry, columns, porticoes),
• sculptures (understanding the proportions of the human body),
• theater (broadcasting to the European theater of the most ancient genres – comedy, tragedy; acting techniques),
• anthropocentrism, attention to a person and his inner world. A person becomes the center in the picture of the world of the ancient Greek, and later in the European consciousness, it is a person who deserves an image and reflection.
In addition, thanks to art, especially vase painting, we can today get an idea of the everyday life and mythology of the ancient world.
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