On Beauty: The Greek Foot

by Matthew Innis |

If you have ever spent a considerable amount of time admiring Classical Greek figural sculpture, then you have no doubt noticed the similarities that tie the works of the period together.  Line, movement, balance, and, perhaps above all, proportion within these works were meant to represent the ideal in human form.  A canon of the…

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