FA 201 First Exam Study Guide
FA 201 First Exam Study Guide FA 201
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by McKenna Laskey on Thursday September 17, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to FA 201 at Washington State University taught by Hallie Meredith in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 76 views. For similar materials see Art History 201 in Fine arts at Washington State University.
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Date Created: 09/17/15
FA 201 FIRST STUDY GUIDE gt Formal Analysis Terms and important concepts 0 Three point perspective vanishing point 0 Line Actual line lmplied line 0 Vantage pointpoint of view where is the viewer positioned Remember to first make observations then analyze use observations to back up your analysis Composition Texture Ornamentation Scale Medium what is it made of Implied and actual movement Perspective 0 Space how is the space used gt Ancient Greeks things to help you identify 0 Architecture Doric order lonic order Corinthian order 0 Timeline Archaic Classical Late classical Hellenistic o Archaic Figures are abstracted Frozen smile Very rigid and tense looking figures 0 Classical More realism Contrappassto stance is introduced More relaxed poses ldealization 0 Late Classical Bronze Marble copies 0 Hellenism Lots of detail Mythological imagery 0 0000000 gt Roman empire 0 Timeline Etruscans Republican Period Imperial Period Western Empire Eastern byzantine Empire 0 Frescos 1St style 2quotOI style 3 style 4th style 0 Republican Period Verism 0 Imperial Period OctavianAugustus Flavian Dynasty Trajan Marcus Aurelias Caracalla Constantine o Caracalla Xshaped face 0 Constantine
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