As many of you know, I've become somewhat obsessed with Greek sculpture as of late. During my road-trip through Texas last week, I had the chance to check out the Dallas Museum of Arts' The Body Beautiful exhibition, featuring Greek originals and Roman copies of famous sculptures such as the Discobolus, along with pottery featuring all sorts of naughty Greek narratives. I averaged about 45 minutes per-room, totaling 4 hours of drawing from said sculptures and pottery, and below is a gallery of the result.
My particular favorite is the the Nymph being Chased by a Satyre. I couldn't stop looking at this sculpture, and the wonderful use of opposites: the nymph pulling the satyre's arm right, while pushing his head left, the nymph is escaping right, while the Satyre is pulling left. This sculpture is full of opposing forces and I may have to write a separate blog post on the thing, cause I love it so much. Check out the gallery below!