How to describe general characteristics of greek, roman, and byzantine art?


Much of the art created during this period was intended for the Eastern Orthodox Church. This is evident in the art's flat and one-dimensional form. Faces are long and sallow, eyes are intense and starring, which lead to a subdued tone. AnswerParty!

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