Roman Art

The Romans produced many different forms of art, such as Sculpture, Mosaics, Frescoes, Metalwork, Glasswork and Pottery. The Ancient Greeks and Etruscans had a major influence on Roman artistry but the Romans themselves also created new ways of creating art or improving what had come before them.

Roman artists copied, imitated, and innovated to produce art on a grand scale, which can be seen by how much has survived the test of time, and for this reason, this page will be split into different sections so that as much as possible can be covered.

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