posted by Elizabeth

Hi, could someone check this for me, thx :)

Why is it harder to find examples of 3D art rather than 2d art in early human history??
A) No early civilizations made 3D art
B) 3D art is only part of the digital arts
C) People have always perferred 2D art to 3D art
D) The materials used for 3D art often to dust over time

In my mind It could be a few different options, but I think.... D right??

  1. Writeacher

    I don't agree.

    Think about what humans were and weren't doing 7000 years ago, 5000 years ago, 3000 years ago, etc.

  2. Elizabeth

    True.. So, do you think it would be A then?? :)

  3. Writeacher

    Yes, A.

  4. Elizabeth

    After doing some googling, I still go with A, because, wouldn't most civilizations not be making 3D art not that long ago??

  5. Haley


  6. Elizabeth

    *That long ago

  7. Elizabeth

    Thanks Haley!!

  8. Haley

    You're Welcome:)

  9. Johnbig boys little

    For anyone in the future looking for your art history final answers (full final 1-60):

    1. the graceful curves of a tree
    2. for spiritual, historical, or moral reasons, or for beauty and propaganda purposes
    3. because the society that created them did not yet possess written language
    4. divine beings
    5. all of the above
    6. rock carving exemplifying common abstract swirls and symbols
    7. the polychromatics room
    8. a natural collapse at the end of the upper paleolithic period
    9. the painted gallery and the great hall of bulls
    10. carbon dioxide levels were corroding the walls
    11. because of its narrative possibilities
    12. they were created to evoke complex emotion in young hunters, using a large palette of colors
    13. a monolith
    14. in 3 different phases over 1400 years starting around 3,000 bce
    15. the trilithon horseshoe, sarson circle, bluestones and several large, specially arranged individual stones
    16. keystone an lever joints
    17. spiritual, historical, and reasons of propaganda
    18. are all similar in size and weight
    19. cylinder-seals
    20. relief sculptures in the decoration of public buildings and palaces
    21. gold foil
    22. all of the above
    23. the ishtar gate
    24. lions, dragons, and bulls
    25. pergamom museum, berlin, germany
    26. persepolis
    27. the lotus flower
    28. glassware
    29. southern
    30. 3500 bce to 30 bce
    31. these were the high points of Egyptian civilization, when most of Egyptian artistic accomplishments occured
    32. dynasties
    33. stone
    34. producing portraits of the deceased to disseminate among the family
    35. tombs
    36. djoser
    37. phonograms and ideograms
    38. the rosetta stone
    39. hieroglyphics
    40. the sun
    41. in giza
    42. man with a male body and a false beard
    43. the valley of the kings
    44. spiritual and propaganda
    45. neferetiti
    46. lascaux
    47. proportions
    48. megalith
    49. ramesses ii
    50. warka
    51. altamira
    52. hatshepsut
    53. hammurabi
    54. akhenatun
    55. amarna
    56. scale
    57. ziggurat
    58. registers
    59. points of view
    60. gudea of lagash

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