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UIUC - ARTH 111 - Class Notes - Week 5

School: University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign
Department: Art History
Course: Ancient to Medieval Art
Professor: John Senseney
Term: Spring 2018
Tags: ArtHistory, ARTH, AncientGreece, greekart, ancientrome, and romanart
Name: ARTH111 Week 5 Notes Ancient Greek/Roman Art
Description: These notes cover both lectures in week 5 on Ancient Greek and Roman Art.
Uploaded: 02/18/2018
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background image ARTH111 Week 5 Notes Tuesday 2­13­2018 VOCABULARY
Perspective: “Seeing through”
Kouros: Standing Nude Male Statue
Kore: Standing Female Statue (Pl. Korai)
Caryatid: Kore in place of column 
Terracotta: Fired Clay (Additive technique) 
2 years after citizenship law 
Hephaestus: craftsmanship god 
Myth of Pandora ­ creation of the first woman out of clay (of the Earth)  Nike, 
From the Temple of Athena Nike,
Athens
Greek culture,
High classical period,
Ca. 410­407 BCE. 
Marble  The Erechtheion, Athens, Greek culture, High Classical period, 421­405 BCE. Named after Erechtheus (mythological king of Athens)  Born of premature ejaculation of Hephaestus Can be represented as snake  Caryatid: Kore in place of a column Kore: female statue Hermes, Roman copy after an original by Praxiteles
Greek culture,
Late Classical period, ca. 320­310 BCE.
ETRUSCAN ART Established themselves in the place (did not come from anywhere) Fibula,
From Relolini­Galassi Tomb, 
background image Cerveteri Etruscan culture,
Archaic period,
Ca. 670­650 BCE.
Gold
Bury your dead with them Statement of power  Banditaccia Cemetery,
Cerveteri,
7th­2nd centuries BCE
Tumulus: funerary earthen mound DH Lawrence  Tomb of the Shields and Chairs, Cerveteri,
Etruscan culture, Archaic period, ca. 550­500 BCE
Etruscan burial grounds 
Sarcofagi made from terracotta (fired clay)
Crumbly in detail
Tomb of Hunting and Fishing, Tarquinia, Etruscan culture, Archaic period, ca. 530­520 BCE Fresco Scenes of life on the wall  Human­Headed cinerary urn, 
Etruscan culture,
Ca. 675­650 BCE. 
SImpler beginnings  Sarcophagus, from Cerveteri, Etruscan culture,
Archaic period, ca. 520 BCE. 
Terracotta
Typically man and woman were not represented together in death (in Greek) Woman holding an egg: Bringing life into the afterlife/ icon of nature and eternality  Archaic Smile (first originates in Greek Art)  Symbol of eternal life  Demonstrates the contact between Greek and Etruscan sculpture Etruscan: unified
background image Painted Quality of the surfaces and the details  When carving in stone you want to have practice  Aplu (Apollo),
From Veii,
By Vulca of Veii (?)
Etruscan culture 
Archaic period, ca. 510 BCE. 
Terracotta 
Not sure who made it Like to have name Actively modeling clay ­ then fired  Buildings made out of clay, terracotta, volcanic stone  Sacred to Artemis: goddess of the hunt  Interaction between Aplu (apollo) and hercules  **ESSAY IDEAS/TIPS*** Similarities and differences between two objects and how those relate to the cultures 
and contexts that they come from
What you SEE Compare/ Contrast about Koros and Aplu  One on the left is very formulaic  On the right is actively modeled (wet clay that is then fired)  Experimentation during the process of making itself Lively dynamic pose  ROMAN ART  Rome begins as a city called Roma and over time goes through a lot of military expanses an 
political changes 
Thursday 2­15­2018  VOCABULARY

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Department: Art History
Course: Ancient to Medieval Art
Professor: John Senseney
Term: Spring 2018
Tags: ArtHistory, ARTH, AncientGreece, greekart, ancientrome, and romanart
Name: ARTH111 Week 5 Notes Ancient Greek/Roman Art
Description: These notes cover both lectures in week 5 on Ancient Greek and Roman Art.
Uploaded: 02/18/2018
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