Classical design patterns which combine the rules and proportions or         illustrate ancient Greek and Roman architecture.

An art period in which most Roman art was influenced by the ancient Greeks’ style, leading to a 500 year overlap of Roman realism and Greek idealism. Aside from the Pompeii and Herculaneum murals we have little evidence of Greco-Roman art, but instead know far more about contemporary sculpture, furniture design and architecture, which combines Greek elaborateness with practicality.

The functional and visual appeal of these classical forms has endured, and notably heavily influenced the later Renaissance period.




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