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Topic Response Paper Terra Cotta Worriers Identification I chose the Chinese Terra Cotta Worriers which was done in the year 210 BCE by over 700000 workers foe Emperor Qin of the Han Dynasty Description This work can only be described as massive It appears to be a huge room filled with life size clay Chinese worriers with each warrior being different and unique in its own way Weather it is its facial hair or expression clothing or weapon All of the warriors seem to be facing all in the same direction as if they were marching into battle The room that they are all in is huge with tall rock walls This room almost appears to be a tomb or a place of great importance Analysis In this work there are many sculptures of men or animals such as horses This element is what we would call an Organic Shape Since everything in this work is a living thing of something of nature that would make it of that element As for the principal of it the best one to describe this is the Asymmetrical Balance All of the different sculptures are of different size and shape Interpretation These Terra Cotta Warriors were made in 210 BCE out of clay standing each in the range of 58 to 65 tall They were made for the burial of Emperor Qin who reigned from 259-210 BCE during the Han Dynasty He was a Great Emperor who was successful in many battles which eventually lead to the unification of China But with his success came many enemies In his life there had been three attempts to assassinate him so for his own protection in the after life he ordered a massive clay army be built for him in his tomb It was said that Emperor Qin wanted to be guarded for eternity by a replica of his very own
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