Ancient Egypt 2675-332 B.c.e.: Visual Arts - Research Article from Arts and Humanities Through the Eras

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Important Events in Visual Arts

All dates in this chronology are approximations (c.) and occur before the common era (B.C.E.).

3800–3500 Earliest fired pottery is decorated with a red body and a black rim.
3500–3300 Egyptian artists draw and model from clay and carve the earliest Egyptian human figures.
3300–3100 Artists carve first animals in relief in ivory.
3200–3100 Narmer Palette is the first Egyptian relief that follows the classic Egyptian style. It represents a stylistic break with pre-historic Egyptian art.
3100–2675 Egyptian artists formulate the basic strategies for their works of art that remain in use for nearly 3,000 years.
The Stela of Wadj is an example of one of the first uses of combined perspective to represent a building from both the top view and the front view.
2800–2675 The statues of King Khasekhemwy represent one of the first attempts to portray...

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