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Artist’s Palette Magazine – The Art of Ancient Egypt.

Created for eternity, the art of ancient Egypt emerged fully developed around 2900BC and remained essentially unchanged for three thousand years. It encompassed a wide range of genres including wall painting, sculpture, both free standingand relief, decorative arts, jewellery,
hieroglyphics and unique architecture.Egyptian pharaohs believed that life was so good on earth they wanted to carry images of life in the Nile Valley with them into the next life creating the blueprint for the happy eternity they expected.

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Artist’s Palette Magazine – Ancient Roman Art – More Than Just Imitation.

The Roman era is broken into two main time periods, the first being the Republican era from 753BC to 27BC; the second period the well-known Roman Empire from 27BC to AD 476. The Romans made many inventions and innovations from this time, from new building materials such
as concrete, civil engineering of roads and bridges, town planning of urban environments and the organization of a vast army and empire which all left a permanent legacy. But it was Romanart which provides us with a record of everyday life in this fascinating time.

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Artist’s Palette Magazine – There Is No Denying The Artistic Influence of The Greeks!

There is no denying the immense influence the Ancient Greeks have had on civilisation. In regards to art, there is no doubting the profound impact the Greeks have had on architecture, sculpture, painting,pottery and jewellery design. Since ancient times to the modern day, Greek styles have been reproduced or copied repeatedly. One just has to look at the architecture in their nearest city, or visit a jeweller or potter’s gallery to see the how the Ancient Greeks have inspired us artistically.

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Artist’s Palette Magazine – The French and their love affair with art – a brief history

When one thinks of France, one thinks of art. A trip to France would not be complete without a visit to the Musee du Louvre in Paris or to another found throughout the country. Almost on every street corner you can find an artist to paint you a picture and it’s this very simple love of art that makes the French so proud of their culture and so endearing to the rest of us.

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