Art History Slide ID Flash Cards Test 2
Art History Slide ID Flash Cards Test 2 HER H101
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Date Created: 11/10/15
Married Couple Larth Tetnies and Thanchvil Tarnai embracing sarcophagus lid c 350300 BCE Etruscan art Looking at each other instead of Viewer Unlike classical Greek sculpture Intimacy and love Made of marble imported from Greece to show they are fashionable worldly and rich Aulus Metellus The Orator or L Arringatore or Aule Metele c80 BCE Etruscan Roman Roman costume toga and maistrate s boots Verism as opposed to naturalism shows imperfections such as age lines Etruscan names on toga Represents a Roman senator Pont du Gard Nimes France Late 1St century BCE Southern Gaul conquered by Caesar Conquered territories got all Roman amenities such as roast post mail and conquered people became roman citizens Aqueduct to bring fresh spring water from the mountains Made of concrete Bedroom in the House of Publius Fannius Synistor Boscoreale late 1St century BCE Some early linear perspective Meant to make the room look bigger by suggesting open spaces Playful caryatids woman as a column Theatrical masks Portrait of Augustus of Prima Porta c 20 619 Reminiscent of orator gesture Marble copy of original bronze made in Prima Porta to suggest presence of ruler Augustus wanted Rome to be the new Athens Pose is similar to spear bearerquot Departure from verism Bare feet in reference to heroic nude of Greece Ara Pacis Augustae 139 BCE Altar of Augustan Peacequot Marble quarry discovered in Italy so no need to import from Greece Begun on Augustus s birthday July 4th 13 BCE Dedicated on Livia s his wife birthday Vine scrollsRoman symbol The Arch of Titus c 81 CE Triumphal archs built to commemorate Victories When armies returned Victorious they marched down the way of triumph Relief carving depicting Victory processions The Pantheon c 118128 CE Temple to all the gods instead of just one Designed by Adrian Rounded dome with hole on top Wall with Torah Niche DuraEuropos Syri 244245 CE Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus c 359 Romans began burying the entire body instead WWmmaOLmW I J A J J r In of just cremating Sculpting life narratives in l V 39 Relief sculptures of biblical scenes like Christ 39 quot quot 39 39 entering Jerusalem on a donkey Mosaics of justinian and Theodora with attendants in apse of San Vitale Ravenna C 547 CE Emperor Justinian and Maximus the bishop with feet shoulders alternating in front Linking emperor and church Church of Hagia Sophia designed by Anthemius of Tralles and Isidorus of Miletus for the Emperor Justinian in Constantinople 532537 CE Justinian wanted a unique church bigger than everything else around it Hagia SophiaHoly Wisdom Lots of light inside Many windows rare for the time period especially with such a heavy dome PendentivesSquare supports to hold the dome thereby allowing less weight on walls Grave goods from Sutton Hoo Ship Burial c 625 Early Medieval Europe Burial mounds with treasure Entire ship buried with leader Highly ornamental metal work is highest form of art Belt buckle purse lid mask Intricate interlaced bands and glass as gemstones Palace Chapel of Charlemagne Aachen 792805 Charlemange crowned Christian Roman Emperor Beginning of Christianization of Europe Reliquary Statue of Sainte Foy Conques France Mostly late 9th or early 10th century Romanesque Wood interior with gold and gems donated by people visiting on pilgrimage Saint Foy was a young girl martyred for converting to Christianity Skull of young girl Saint Foy inside Remains moved from Agen to Conques and Saint Foy performed many miracles in the surround country Christ and Disciples on the Road to Emmaus cloister pier relief from Santo Domingo Silos Spain C 1100 Cloister private menastic space for monks Christ carries a bag with a scallop emblem the sign of the pilgrim as a reminder to monks that travelling pilgrims may be more important than they appear The Bayeux Embroidery c 1066 Only one part of a very long tapestry Tells story of how the Virgin King Harold promised the throne to two different people while swearing on the relics of two different saints Haley s comet bad omen Harold killed at Battle of Haystings and William of Normandy takes the English throne Chartres Cathedral building phases beginning c 1134 1194 1260 1507 First fully Gothic church Much larger than Romanesque churches Pointed instead of rounded arches Emphasis on ceiling ribs Prevalence of large glass windows Flying buttresses as wall supports North transept rose window and lancets Chartres Cathedral c 1220 Parble stories on stained glass read bottom to top Adam and Eve and good Samaritan Stained glass is very labor intensive and cost as much as the church itself Ekkehard and Uta west chapel Naumburg Cathedral Germany c 124560 Two of the twelve donor portraits One of few works from the time period that still retains paint Drapery sections the body Iean Pucelle Book of Hours of jeanne d Evreux France c 132528 One of the first secular book makers Paris had a growing number of literate individuals so more demand for books Prescribes prayers for hours of the day Luxury private prayer book Christ left shows Gothic sway reminiscent of contrapposto Children playing games other unrelated ornamental illustrations in the margins Ambrogio Lorenzetti Fresco Series of the Sala Della Pace in the Palazzo Pubblico Allegory of Good Government E ects of Good Government in the City and Countryside Allegory of Bad Government E ects of Bad Governmentin the City Siena Italy 133840 Commissioned by the 9 of the good commune of Siena First work speaking to the limits and responsibilities of power as opposed to all pieces in the past about government which only celebrated the power and glory
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