Popular in History of Western Art I
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Where human and divine come together For future reference: you are NOT responsible for anything that appears in square brackets (e.g. you do NOT need to know the dates for the Sumerian culture, only for the objects) Terms: Cella (see White Temple of Uruk) Register Hieratic scale/ hierarchical scale Composite view/ conceptual view Votive offering Sumerian [ca. 3500-2300 BCE] Slide List: Warka Vase, Presentation of Offerings to Inanna, ca. 3200-3000 BCE Statuettes of two worshippers from Square Temple at Eshnunna, ca. 2700 BCE Representing Rulers --Making Visible Conceptions of Power and Authority Terms: Iconoclasm Composite view Hieratic scale Slides Victory Stele of Naram-Sin, Akkadian, ca. 2300-2150 [Head of an Akkadian Ruler, ca. 2300-2150] Stele with law code of Hammurabi, Babylonian, ca. 1800-1600780 BCE Seated statue of Gudea holding a temple plan, Neo- Sumerian, ca. 2150-1800 BCE [Small standing statue of Gudea, Neo- Sumerian, ca. . 2150-1800 BCE] Assyrian and Persian Empires Imperial Palaces: Asserting Power and Shaping the Experience of the Viewer Assyrian Empire Lamassu (winged, human-headed bull, [Citadel of Sargon II,] ca. 720-705 BCE Persian Empire [Achaemenid Dynasty] Subjects Bringing Tribute/ Processional frieze, Palace at Persepolis, ca. 521-465 BCE [Royal Audience Hall, Palace at Persepolis] Persepolis: Asserting Power and Shaping Identity Persian Empire [Achaemenid Dynasty] Subjects Bringing Tribute/ Processional frieze, Palace at Persepolis, ca. 521-465 BCE [Royal Audience Hall, Palace at Persepolis] SLIDE LIST EGYPTIAN -- Old Kingdom [and Proto-Dynastic] Palette of King Narmer, ca. 3000-2920 BCE Great Pyramids and Sphinx, Gizeh, ca. 2520-2494 BCE Khafre, ca. 2520-2494 BCE Deities and religion Ka Amun/Amen -- joins with Re to become Amen-Re “King of the Gods” Re Horus Origin myth and ben-ben EGYPTIAN New Kingdom: Continuity and Interruption SLIDE LIST EGYPTIAN New Kingdom [ca. 1550-1000 ] Fowling Scene from the Tomb of Nebamun, ca. 1400-1350 BCE Hatshepsut with offering jars, ca. 1473-1458 BCE Temple of Amen-Re, Karnak, ca. 1290-1224 BCE [hypostyle hall] Amarna Period – interrupting tradition and instituting new religion Akhenaton, [from the temple of Aton, Karnak] Amarna Period, ca. 1353-1335 BCE Akhenaton, Nefertiti, and their three daughters, Amarna Period, ca. 1353-1335 BCE Terms: Axial plan Sunken relief Clerestory -- an essential architectural feature used repeatedly in Roman, Early Christian and Medieval buildings Canon Religion of Amarna Period Aton/Aten ANCIENT GREECE: GODS AND HEROES REPRESENTING THE HUMAN BODY: CONVENTIONS AND INNOVATIONS Consider the elationship between free standing sculpture and the viewer occupying the same space Archaic – [ca. 600-480 BCE] Kroisos [Anavysos Kouros], ca. 530 BCE Exekias, Achilles and Ajax playing a dice game, ca. 540-530 BCE Classical –THE QUEST FOR PERFECTION -- [ca. 480-400] Kritios Boy, ca. 480 BCE Polykleitos, Doryphoros, ca. 450-440 BCE Parthenon, Athens, 447–438 BCE [Iktinos and Kallikrates] Phidias and workshop, Parthenon sculptures,447–432 BCE: Frieze (Ionic) --Panathenaic Procession – SEE COMMENTS ON SLIDES Metopes – Battle of Lapith and Centaur Terms, Names, Events: Kouros and Kore Polis Foreshortening contrapposto Athena Trojan War Classical Period: [ca. 480-400]: Pericles’ Acropolis and the Quest for Perfect Proportions Consider: Issues of identity and values order vs. chaos civilization vs barbarians Greeks vs Persians (references to this pairing in images is disputed) Relationship between free standing sculpture and the viewer occupying the same space Late Classical Praxiteles, Aphrodite of Knidos, ca. 350-340 BCE
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