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average essay did require much time nice job needs more formal art elements mentioned Segals Blue Woman in Black Chair vs Greek Athena Lemnia George Segals Blue Woman in Black Chair and the Greek sculpture Athena Lemnia are freestanding sculptures created in different cultures at different times and through different sculpting procedures but still have several things in common Segals sculpture was created about 2500 years after the Greek sculpture and thus also has many details that are distinct from the older Athena Lemnia sculpture also Both of these sculptures have a few details in common First of all both of them are freestanding or in-the-round They may be inspected from any direction each offering a different sight to the viewer Also they are both very much lifelike in some respects Both sculptures have human details that are very much realistic Segals sculptures lifelikeness is in its overall shape and size the Greek sculpture very detailed with human features They are both obviously sculptures of women This is evident in Segals sculpture because of the breasts on the body of the figure and in the Greek sculpture it is visible in the facial features and the muscular build which is more typical of the female sculptures from that era than the male sculptures Segals sculpture has many aspects that are particular to it and set it distinctly apart from the Greek sculpture First the sculpture is life-size This enables the viewer to relate to it more personally We interact with it on a more equal basis seeing that it is not overpowering and also we do not feel as though we are overshadowing it One of the more obvious
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