Final Exam Study Guide
Final Exam Study Guide ART 1906
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NOTE FOR READER: For notes in this class I will give the full name of the painting or piece of art so that you can either look them up in your book or hopefully online if you do not have a book. Hope this makes it easier to study! *****This is additional and some similar information from what the professor gave for his study guide***** The test will consist of 3 parts. The first part you will be looking at 10 different pictures and trying to remember 3 certain things about each one (date, artist and artwork name). On the second part you will be looking at 2 different pictures and trying to recall 5 things about each one. Then you will have 25 multiple choice questions about the vocab list that was provided. This is a study guide that will make your review easier! Notes from class Notes from book PART 1 There will be 10 out of these 40 works of art that you need to know this information about each one: o Name of the Art o The date that it was made o The name of the Artist (If Anonymous you put that as the answer!) Pg. 459 Christ and Disciples on the Road to Emmaus, 1100. Pg. 465 Transept Interior, Cathedral of St. James, Santiago De Compostela, 1078-1122 Pg. 465 Reconstruction Drawing, Thee Cathedral of St. James, Santiago De Compostela, 108-1122 Pg. 467 Reliquary Statue of Sainte Foy (St. Faith), 875-1000 Pg. Reconstruction Drawing, Abbey of Cluny, 1088-1130 Pg. 470 Cathedral Complex, Pisa, 1063-1300 Pg. 471 Interior, Church of San Clemente, Rome, 1128 Pg. 474 Abbey Church of Saint-Saving-Sur-Gartempe, 1060-1115 Pg. 480 South Portal, Tympanum Showing Christ in Majesty, Priority Church of Saint-Pierre, Moissac, 1115 Pg. 481 Trumeau, South Portal, Priority Church of Saint-Pierre, Moissac, 1115 Pg. 482 Reliefs on the Left (West) wall of the South Porch, Priory Church Saint-Pierre, Moissac 1115 Pg. 483 Last Judgement Tympanum at Autun, West Portal, Cathedral of Saint- Lazarus, 1120-1145 Gislebertus Pg. 484 the Magi Asleep, Chior Capitals, Autun Cathedral, 1125 Pg. 485 Crucifix (Majestat Batllo), 1230-1270 Pg. 486 Virgin and Child, 1150-1200 Pg. 487 Baptismal Font, Notre-Dame-Aux-Fonts, 1107-1118 Renier of Huy Pg. 488 Bishop Odo Blessing the Feast, the Bayeux Embroidery, 1066-1082 Pg. 491 St. Matthew from the Codex Colbertinus, 1080-1120 Pg. 482 Hildegard and Volmar, Frontispiece of the Liber Scivias of Hildegard of Bingen, 1150-1175 Pg. 498 View of Ambulatory and Apse Chapels of the Abbey Church of Saint- Denis, 1140-1144 Pg. 500 The Flight into Egypt, Chior Chapel, Saint-Denis, 1140-1144 Pg. 501 West Façade, Chartres Cathedral (Cathedral of Notre-Dame) West Façade Begun, 1134-1260 Pg. 502 Royal Portal, West Façade, Chartres Cathedral, 1145-1155 Pg. 502 Prophets and Ancestors, Royal Portal, West Façade, Cartres Cathedral, 1145-1155 Pg. 504 Masons at Work, Picture Bible, Paris, 1240-1250 Pg. 505 Interior Looking East, Chartres Cathedral, 1194-1220 Pg. 506 Good Samaritan Window, South Aisle, Nave, Chartres Cathedral, 1200-1220 Pg. 507 Rose Window and Lancets, North Transept, Chartres Cathedral, 1220- 1235 Pg. 508 West Façade, Carthedral of Notre-Dame, Reims, 1211-1311 Pg. 509 Annunciation and Visitation, Central Portal, Right Side, West Façade, Reims Cathedral, 1230-1260 Pg. 510 Interior Looking West Reims Cathedral, 1211-1225 Pg. 513 Upper Chapel Interior, the Sainte-Chapelle Paris, 1239-1248 Pg. 513 Holofernes’ Army Crossing the Euphrates River Judith Window, the Sainte-Chapelle, Paris, 1240-1250 Pg. 514 Queen Blanche of Castile and King Louis IX, Moralized Bible, 1226- 1234 Pg. 515 Moralizations from the Apocalypse, Moralized Bible, 1226-1234 Pg. 519 Salisbury Cathedral, 1220-1284 Pg. 519 Interior Looking East, Salisbury Cathedral, 1220-1284 Pg. 523 Nicholas Verdun and Workshop Shrine of the Three Kings Cologne (Koln) Cathedral, Germany 1180-1210 Pg. 524 Ekkehard and Uta, West Chapel, Naumburg Cathedral, 1245-1260 Pg. 525 Nicola Pisano Annuciation, Nativity, and Adoration of the Shepherd, Pisa Baptistery, 1260 PART 2 You will have to identify and answer 5 questions on each of the two art pieces that are shown on the test. There will be about 6 minutes to be able to do this for each artwork. The information you need to know on each work of art is: o Data on the materials and dimensions of the artwork o Patrons who requested the artwork o Who the artist was o The style of the work (visual elements, principles of composition) o Subject (who the art was representing, the story or the type of figures in the piece) o The function or purpose of the artwork o The message it should convey to the viewer These answers can be a few words to a sentence. Only 2 out of the following 4 works of art will appear on the exam: Cathedral of Saint James in Santiago de Compostela, 1078-1122 (Pg. 464-465) Held the body of St. James, the apostle. Destination of the pilgrimage was to get to this cathedral. The church was large enough for the many people who were on the pilgrimage. The plan of the floor is a Latin cross plan. The two side hallways were long and there was special entrances for the pilgrims in the two wings of the arms of the cross. There were shrines also in this area. There was a main area and processions would take place here. There were two towers at the back of the church. The crypt was where the remains of St. James were kept. The side isles are wide and they lead into little nooks about the area. Compile piers were used where there were engages columns and other structures connected like transverse arches into a slow procession. The second story was open in the arches and called a gallery. The lighting was very dark and lights only came from the ends of the hall through the windows. There were not clearstory windows. Priory Church of Saint-Pierre at Moissac, 1115 (Pg. 479-482) Was a major stop on the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. The carvings here have great quality work to them. Christ is dominate in the artwork here. Figure of unknown prophet. Slithering being like a snake. The lines are twisting. It seems like the lines are sticking out of the stone and the drapery is clinging to him. Reliefs on west wall: There are three registers. The left there is a greedy man being strangled by his own greed. There are other sections that also represent different meanings. The Bayeu Embroidery, 1066-1082 (Pg. 487-489) These embroideries and tapestries would improve the noble people’s status. Anglo-Saxons did the needle work. The Norman Noble was the owner of these works of art. This artwork spoke very well and the history was easy to see. Story about William the Conqueror king of England. Also the art told a story of Odo and William having a feast with roasted birds. Odo is a bishop. This is Linen work with wool embroidery and it was created after a comet crossed the sky. Cathedral of Notre Dame at Chartres, 1134-1260 (Pg. 500-508) Gothic space concept. Was dedicated to the Virgin Mary and was the oldest and most important Christian Shrine in France. Believed to have healing powers. Christ is featured in this Cathedral and has a very real concept because of the artist that sculpted the work. There were three doors into the Cathedral: Royal portal (not used by general public), right one dedicated to Incarnation (Earthly God) and the left Ascension (which is God’s return to earth). Rose of France is the window in the center and about 40 ft in diameter. There are lanced windows below this and then the three doors are below this. They had a significant Towers built at a different time. PART 3 This part will be multiple choice questions and there will be 25 of them. On the study guide the professor gave us there is a list of vocabulary terms from the book. I will be taking those terms and giving you the page number they are found on and what piece of art they are referring to since that is a lot that was on the last test. Romanesque and Gothic art and architecture terms Strip buttress: the vertical bands in the Interior, Church of San Vincenc, Carrdona (Figure 16-3 on Pg. 463) Transverse arch: Church of San Vincenc, Cardona (Figure 16-3 on Pg. 463) Pilgrimage plan: Pg. 464 leads to The Cathedral of St. James in Santiago de Compostela (Figure 16-4) Hall church: The Abbey Church of Saint-Savin-Sur-Gartempe (Figure 16-14 on Pg. 474) Keep: Dover Castle “the great tower” (Figure 16-19 on Pg. 477) Tympanum: South Portal, Tympanum Showing Christ in Majesty, Proiory Church of Saint-Pierre, Moissac (Figure 16-21 on Pg. 480) Archivolt: South Portal, Tympanum Showing Christ in Majesty, Proiory Church of Saint-Pierre, Moissac (Figure 16-21 on Pg. 480) Trumeau: South Portal, Tympanum Showing Christ in Majesty, Proiory Church of Saint-Pierre, Moissac (Figure 16-21 on Pg. 480) Jamb: South Portal, Tympanum Showing Christ in Majesty, Proiory Church of Saint-Pierre, Moissac (Figure 16-21 on Pg. 480) Plainsong: Abbey of Cluny (Figure 16-6 on Pg. 466) Historiated capital: The Magi Asleep and the Flight into Egypt (Figure 16- 24 a and b on Pg. 484) Throne of holy wisdom: Virgin and Child (Figure 16-26 on Pg. 486) Historiated initial: St. Matthew from the Codex Colbertinus (Figure 16-33 on Pg. 491) Rib vaulting: Abbey Church of Saint-Denis (Figure 17-2 on Pg. 498) Flying buttress: Chartres Cathedral (Figure 17-7 on Pg. 503) Tracery: Chartres Cathedral (Figure 17-7 on Pg. 503) AND Rose Window in (Figure 17-11 Pg. 507) Grozing: The Flight into Egypt (Figure 17-3 on Pg. 500) Came: The Flight into Egypt (Figure 17-3 on Pg. 500) Cartoon: The Flight into Egypt (Figure 17-3 on Pg. 500) Quatrefoild: Rose Window (Figure 17-11 on Pg. 507) Triforium: Chartres Cathedral (Figure 17-9 on Pg. 505) Stringcourse: Chartres Cathedral (Figure 17-7 on Pg. 503) Rose window: Pg. 507 Lancet window: Good Samaritan Window (Figure 17-10 on Pg. 506) AND Rose Window (Figure 17-11 on Pg. 507) Moralized bible: Queen Blanche of Castile and King Louis IX (Figure 17-21 on Pg. 514)
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