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What does iconography connote in the field of sculpture and art?

What does iconography connote in the field of sculpture and art?

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Exam 3 


What does iconography connote in the field of sculpture and art?



- Identify the monuments and sculptures

 -2 slide comparisons

 -Know the title, date, Material, and culture of the art

 -5 multiple choice then 3 short answer questions

 -The majority of the test is from the lecture and discussion. Power points have basic  information

 -Focus in on a sculpture/art and pick out the important details.  **** Key terms (Say one of those words in your essay analysis to get them points!!) -Remember Physical properties, Formal Structure, Iconography, Cultural Context

******Saint-Denis, exterior, west facade, ca. 1130

-Where Gothic art begins

-The west facade has sculptures


What are the key features of the art "virgin and the child"?



-The church itself is a remodel of a French church

-The interior has a presence of light(GOD)-Natural light

-The power of the French monarchy

-Easy circulation with the pillars for lots of people to leave out of the many doors. -Higher ceiling and thinner walls Don't forget about the age old question of How do we reconstruct what happened during the k/t event?

-More windows=more light -Color stained glass(The interior becomes engulfed with colorful light)

Saint-Denis, western facade, Tympanum: Last Judgment and Elders of Apocalypse -Center door, restored

-Last Judgment

-Mandorla

-Iconography

-gothic is a bit more logical and intellectual the style of art

Virgin and the child - (wooden sitting down structure)

-Romanesque


Who painted "the last judgment"?



-Made out of wood

-French (late 12th century We also discuss several other topics like What is the formula of a slope?

-Virgin Mary and baby Jesus (looking like a man) We also discuss several other topics like What are the two common stream channel patterns?

-It was before painted as can see

-Iconography- the idea of the throne of wisdom

-A cult object, an active object

-Formal

Virgin in the child- (The standing up on that looks like gold)

-Gothic

-Silver but looks gold

-Mary holds baby Jesus -baby like

-An s curve, the way mary is standing If you want to learn more check out What is a narrow band of electromagnetic radiation that can be conceptualized as a wave or a stream of electrically charged particles called photons?

-Fleur-de-lis - a symbol of royal French

-The box they stand on has prophets

-Register on the box of the passion of Christ

-Apple in baby Jesus hand symbolized as the new Adam

-Redemption of the world

Chartres Cathedral-

-gothic architecture was common among western Europe

-CHARTES look like a chapel for a country

-tower over the countryside

-large scale

- the church took over the landscape If you want to learn more check out What system protects against environmental hazards; helps control body temperature; provides sensory information; includes hair, skin, and nails?

-DOME OF THE ROCK!!!!!!! (compared bruh bruh he’s hinting)

-the scale and dominance of it looks like the rock

ROYAL PORTAL, WEST FAÇADE, CHARTRES CATHEDRAL -western part survived a fire and was a miracle

-three openings like Christian churches, Romanesque and medieval

-the arches

- symbolism

-in the center is Christ in a mandorla - last judgment reference If you want to learn more check out What shifts the demand for bonds?

-left is the ascension of the Virgin Mary, and the right was the virgin child in glory

Reims Cathedral, nave, 1290

-the light coming into the building through the light which makes it divine. The light is god. -Gothic is all about the physical version of light

-You touch with what you see -You are touched by light(which is God) -A superficial way of looking at things

The holy trinity-

-Renaissance - Italian

-An iconic piece of art

-By Mosaico-he created one-point perspective*** 

-Christ is the center point

-they look three dimensional and realistic

-figure that is in purple is mary(royalty, and importance)

 **Fresco paintings

The skeleton on the bottom is that death is inevitable for everyone -Life-sized

The school of Athens

Raphael

-one point perspective painting

-In the middle, it shows Aristotle and Plato-points up to the sky shows the higher power/God -Religion is higher than intellect

-Blue background-expensive colors

-Bright and vibrant colors

-luna - half-moon shape,

Classical influence

The Last Judgment

By Michaelangelo

-Sistine Chapel

-Vatican City, Rome

-Fresco painting

-Show the final eternal judgment

-Christ has the halo on him (center point) angel around him - positive holy figure -Been edited, had to cloth the nude figures because the church found it too controversial -the distinct background, blue pigment was really expensive

Florence Cathedral

-by Filippo Brunelleschi

-Florence, Italy

-octagonal dome

-covered in red bricks

-the pointed spire on top of the dome

-white ribbing

-pointed arches

-the new Athens - Florence was becoming important

Basilica of Saint Andrea

-Mantua, Lombardy, Italy

-greek architecture influence -Corinthian order influence-Pediment -Raking comice -Mimics triumphal Arch of Constantine

-Large central- two small arches on the side

-Barrel Vaultes

-Coffered ceiling -a bunch of squares that repeat usually in churches

Tempietto

-Rome, Italy

-Bonato Bramante-architect-Commissioned by Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain(king and queen at the time)

-central dome

-temple

-Greek influence

-Boric order- no base to the columns

-high renaissance (fancy)

Key terms from this Unit

Idol-An image or representation of a god used as an object or worship

Idolatry-The worship of images

Icon- Images representing a sacred figure or event in the Byzantine church, Icons are venerated by the faithful, who believed their prayers are transmitted through them to God. Iconoclasm-Banning and or destruction of images, especially icons and religious art. Mandorla- the oval shape - floating halo with god or Jesus in it- almond Hypostyle - flat building with columns, it allows all prayer without hierarchy

Gothic: pointy, engineering practice

walls were higher, more openings, gothic art could build better and bigger

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