In the equestrian of marcus aurelius the sculptor beyond republican, verism, choosing to depict the emperor facial appearance in a weary, saddened, and even worried man. this was a major turning point in the history of ancient art. and, coming as it did, when the classical style was being challenge in relief sculpture, it marked the beginning of the end of classical arts domination in the greco roman world. true or false.
The answer is True.
In classical arts, emperors were portrayed as powerful and victorious persons. Marcus´s equestrian statue was the first one that shows the burden of ruling an empire and the sadness and worries that war brought about for him. The sculpture reflects the true feelings and thoughts of the emperor and marked the end of the domination of classical arts in the Greco Roman World.
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