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1 Art History, 1003001 8312015 Meeting online Wednesday (2 ) and Friday (4 ) th Next in class meeting will be Wednesday September 9 th Review: Contemplated why humans tend to exaggerate human form (Venus of Willendorf) Today: Greek Art Vase paintings Pushing boundaries Sculptures and naturalism Notes: Area is around Athens Ancient Greeks were storytellers Influenced modern day democracy Large focus on cultural identity o Pride in being GreekGreek dominance and superiority “Man is the measure of all things” o Men were highly admired and this leads to the nudity in sculptures o Women were never portrayed nude Egyptians were fairly stoic in their art through time, whereas Greeks brought in multiple cultures and styles changed through time. “Plagiarists” Mentioned Greek culture represented in today’s society, specifically the Disney movie “Hercules” Styles of Greek Painting and Pottery Amphora vases were made on a potter’s wheel Amphoras were storage jars, grave markers, way to tell a storyused as both ornament and function Geometric Greek Vase (Figure 7.1 in textbook) o Very large Amphora jar o Some of the bands look Egyptian in nature o Figures are geometric, triangle torsos 2 Art History, 1003001 8312015 o Limited color pallet Orientalizing (Figure 7.2) o Amphora jar o Odysseus attacking cyclops in eye o He is lighter o Subordinate is a darker color and smaller Archaic (Figure 7.2) o Dark characters typical of the Archaic Classical to Hellenistic (Figure7.4) o Smaller vase o Body is proportioned o More realistic o Broader range of colors white background Greek Archaic Figurative Sculpture Kouros “Boy” (Figure 7.8) o In the round o Could be a grave marker o Face was thought to be painted o Nude o Notice the differences to the Egyptian royal sculptures Kritios Boy (Figure 7.10) Beginning of Classical Style o Face is void of expression o Young Face and Body Polykleitos of Argos “Spear Bearer” (Figure 7.14) o Originally Bronze – melted by Romans to make cannons/weaponry o Romans copied it in marble o SShape in body, Head tilted – “Contrapposto” o More realistic Warrior from Riace (figure 7.13) o Detail in the face Bone/stone and glass eyes Silver lashes o Bronze *Posting a video to watch about the end of the lecture. It is not on the schedule*
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