These are ceramic vessels that feature highly unique. That is how this piece compares to the others in this exhibition. It has a smooth finish and looks like whoever did it really took their time on it. The different details are what make it unique. It also compares in the way that each is different. It has a naturalized feature. It is not embellished.
This piece is classified as a national treasure. It lies 750 meters above sea level. This has a smooth finish just like the other pieces in this art exhibition. It is a portrait of a Buddha. This compares to the rest of the pieces because it has a smooth finish. It is a portrait of someone who is greatly admired. People go to it for help and that is how it relates to other pieces.
This lady was the second recorded female pharaoh in sometime around 1507 BC. It is said that she actually used her bloodline to get to be a higher power. She really embraced being a leader and did very well for herself throughout her reign. And that is why she is in this exhibition. The way her portrait turned out is amazing. Even though it was probably perfect when it was first made, the piece we have now is somewhat broken and damaged on the outside. That is how it compares to the other pieces, by having a smooth finish but still being broken and unique. She was of a higher power like some of the other artworks and she was admired by many. She made an impact on the culture she reigned in. People get portraits made of them when they are that amazing and she was nothing less of that.
The boxer at rest is the first fine example of a piece of art of bronze sculptures. The person who is the actual piece is extremely beat up and worn down. And that is how this piece compares to the others in this exhibition. N0t because it is beat up and worn down but because it goes with the fact that it is beautiful as it is unique. The smooth finish also matches some of the other pieces in this exhibition. The uniqueness of it all really makes these all go together. Just the beauty of admiring something that is so broken really makes it magical. The guy in this portrait probably was not super ecstatic about the fact that he was beaten but knowing someone posed like that to be admired is amazing.
This life size portrait is located in Germany. The portrait we have actually might not even be the original. It was heavily damaged when it was found in a moat. But that is not even a reason why they compare. This piece compares to the others in this exhibition because once again it has a smooth finish. Which would make sense because it is marble but that is besides the point. This piece is not of anyone who is in power but the person in the statue is still special. And i guess that counts. Kings and rulers are in power but people look at them as special people they can admire and this statue is no different. People can look at this piece and just admire it because it is beautiful but it is unique and that is how it compares to this exhibition. They are all beautiful and unique.
This sculpture is dated from around 300 BC. They stand in Italy. They depict four rulers who were in charge on the empire of that time. Roman portraiture symbolized civic duty. And that is how i will be comparing this to the other portraits in this exhibition. The first picture from history was of a king and this one is of the rulers so that is one way that they compare. Another way they compare is that they both have a smooth finish that make it seem as though they had been taken their time on it. Greek and Roman portraits are similar because they have shared a culture for many years. This is one of my favorite portraits ever made because the craftsmanship is just so remarkable. It really is immaculate and just so pretty to look at.
Menkaure was an Egyptian pharaoh of the 4th dynasty. He was between the ages of 18 and 22 when he reigned. The statue is 103.4 meters by 65.5 meters. He helped build some of the most famous pyramids in Egypt. This picture will correlate to the rest of the exhibition because it is a portrait of a king and portraits really tell the story of the time it was from. This one has the king and his wife by his side. Not much has changed with that considering that is what we all long for in this life. It has a nice smooth finish which makes it seem as though they have taken a lot of time on this. I believe this will all compare to one another because they are portraits from history that meant a lot to the people of that time.