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UIUC - ARTH 111 - Class Notes - Week 3

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UIUC - ARTH 111 - Class Notes - Week 3

School: University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign
Department: Art History
Course: Ancient to Medieval Art
Professor: John Senseney
Term: Spring 2018
Tags: AegeanArt, greekart, and ArtHistory
Name: ARTH111 Week 3 Notes
Description: These notes cover Aegean Art and Greek Art.
Uploaded: 02/08/2018
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background image ARTH 111 Week 3 Notes  Tuesday 1­30­2018 Aegean Art Aegean Civilization Cycladic Minoan Named after Minos Mycenaean  Later influences Athens Greek Civilization Dark Age Geometric Period  Orientalizing Period Archaic Period  Classical Period  WANAX The Acropolis is dominated by the famous Parthenon  Parthenon, by Iktinos and Kallikrates, Athens, Greek culture, High Classical period, 447­432 
BCE
Triangle on top ­ pediment Coincidence  Anubis Chapel (Hatshepsut) ­ PROTO DORIC  Sense of order Influenced Greek builders Michelangelo's David ­ Early modern/ early 16th century/ renaissance Certain way the body is standing  Diadoumenos, by Polykleitos, High Classical period, Second half of fifth century BCE The Classical Ideal New York Kouros, From Attica, Greek culture, Archaic period, c. 600­590 BCE Presentation of the male body/ male anatomy Egyptian art inspires Greek art  Conception of whiteness and blackness did not exist 
background image ***Not tested on***
Temple of Nefertari (wife of Ramesses II), ABu Simbel, Egyptian culture, New Kingdom period, 
19th Dynasty , ca.1271213 BCE
Sistrum (musical instrument) Sacred  Queen is presenting the sistrums to the goddess as depicted on the tomb   
Bull Jumping Fresco, 
Avaris (Tell el­Dab’a), 
Egypt, Late Minoan IA 
(ca. 1700 BCE) 
Greeks working for Egyptians Not typically of Egyptian Art  No registers Feature of Minoan culture specifically  Bull Leaping Fresco, from the palace complex, Knossos, Minoan culture, Late Minoan period, 
ca. 1550­1450 BCE
Ornamentation is limited to the frame itself  Menkaure and His Wife Queen Khamerernebty II, from Giza, Egyptian culture, Old Kingdom 
period, 4th Dynasty, ca. 2515 BCE
Formulaic pose Arms held rigidly at the side Left foot foreward Muscular body  ***Not tested on***  Vizier Bakenrenef,
Graywacke (sandstone) from Saids, Late Period, Dynasty 26, reign of Psammetichus I 
(Pasamtick). 664­610 BCE
Harvester Vase, from Hagia Triada 
Minoan culture, Late Minoan period, ca. 1500­1450 BCE. 
Archaeological 
Musicians and Dancers, from the Tomb of Nebamun, THebes, Egyptian culture, New Kingdom 
period, ca. 1350 BCE. 
Fertility  Life, birth, rebirth  Blossom has viagra like qualities
background image Life breathed into the afterlife Incense cones Smell Music/ dancing  Fluidity of pose that is breaking the rigid tradition Figures twisting and turning and showing the body in different complicated poses Not typical of tradition Egyptian art  Wall painting in the tomb of the vizier Rekhmire, Thebes  Egyptian culture 
New Kingdom period, ca. 1420 BCE 
Pouring ­ fertility Ejaculate­ To impregnate Beginnings of new life Rebirth­ eternal state of life in the afterlife Aesthetic ­ construct / not a reflection of what people believed There was mourning  Pose Clothes so tight you cannot tell if they are wearing clothes  Sensuality/ Evocation Mai and His Wife Urel, Tomb of Ramose (vizier of Amenhotep III), Thebes, Egyptian culture, 
New Kingdom period, ca. 1375 BCE 
Amenra is pleased Akhenaten, from Karnak, Thebes 
Egyptian culture,
New Kingdom period, ca. 1353­1335 BCE
Akhenaten: The Aten is served/ Useful to Aten Original name: Amenhotep: It’s pleasing to Amen Ra New religion Portrayed with wide hips, soft belly, and atypical face Akhenaten and His Family, Egyptian culture, New Kingdom period, ca. 1355 BCE.  Direct relationship with the son Queen Tiye, from Kom Medinet el­Ghurab 
Egyptian culture, New Kingdom period, ca. 1352 BCE 
Queen Nefertiti
Egyptian culture, 
New Kingdom period, ca.1348­1335 BCE. 

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Department: Art History
Course: Ancient to Medieval Art
Professor: John Senseney
Term: Spring 2018
Tags: AegeanArt, greekart, and ArtHistory
Name: ARTH111 Week 3 Notes
Description: These notes cover Aegean Art and Greek Art.
Uploaded: 02/08/2018
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