Archaic and Hellenistic Styles
Art in Greece went through three main periods after the Dark Ages, which epitomized the geometric style. The Grecian dark ages are usually attributed to around 1000 BC of which not much exists or been researched and hence the name. The three main periods post 7th century BC were the Archaic, immediately after Greece rose from the Dark ages; Classical, during the reign of the Persians leading to the Hellenistic periods which marked the reign of Alexander the Great.
The Archaic style shows a vast difference from the earlier geometric styles that were classified under the Dark Ages. Although