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Greek art and sculpture has had a profound effect throughout the ages.Many of the styles have been reproduced and copied by some of what the modern day audiences would class as some of the finest artists to have ever lived e.g. Western art and sculpture derived from Roman art, while in the East, Alexander the Great's conquest gave birth to Greco-Buddhist art, which has even had an influence as far as Japan all of which stem from ancient Greek art.Greek sculptures are mainly divided into 7 time periods - Mycenaean Art, Sub-Mycenaean or Dark Age, Proto-Geometric, Geometric Art, Archaic, Classical and Hellenistic.Mycenaean art is the first era in which we find surviving examples of Greek art.
Other materials such as clay were also used but due to their brittle nature very few have survived.
The Greeks at the time learnt a lot from the Mycenaeans, who where more technologically advanced.
The Greeks learnt how to build gates and tombs (such as Agamemnon's tomb in the 'Bee-hive') and how to use different metals in art, using Mycenaean techniques.
Sculptors in the Aegean islands, notably on Naxos and Samos, carved large-scale statues in marble.
Goldsmiths on Rhodes specialized in fine jewellery, while bronze workers on Crete fashioned armour and plaques decorated with superb reliefs.