Week 1 Notes AHS 102
Week 1 Notes AHS 102 AHS 102
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sarah Gardner on Sunday January 17, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to AHS 102 at Ball State University taught by Natalie E Phillips in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 52 views. For similar materials see History of Art Survey 2 in Art History at Ball State University.
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Date Created: 01/17/16
AHS 102 Dr. Natilie Phillips Spring 2016, MWF Week #1 Notes [1/11 – 1/15] NOTE: We How to study for this course: didn’t meet Friday this Any pictures shown in the lecture with a title, artist, and period listed will be on the exam. week. These [Date range of the period is shown at the beginning of each new section.] notes only Make notecards with the picture of the work on one side; and the Artist, Title, Name of the cover what Period (ex Romanesque), and Date Range of the Period (ex 15001600) on the other side. was Be able to compare images on study guides Dr. Philips posts to Blackboard. These will be discussed on discussed in class as well. 1/13 because Make flashcards for vocabulary words. 1/11 was Spelling does matter on the test, but if you accidentally put one “l” when there are supposed to be two, she will not count it off. spent only going over the syllabus. Late Gothic Art 13001400 (14 century) Discussion: Features of Early Gothic Art and Classical Greek/Roman (and how they blend together in Late Gothic). Early Gothic features o Ribbed groin vault o Flying buttresses o Rose windows o Flamboyant (decoration on the exterior to make the solid mass of stone seem to float) o Allowing lots of light in to allow a more sacred feel to the church o Examples of Early Gothic: Chartes Cathedral, Sainte Chappelle, Reims Cathedral Classical Greek and Roman o Columns o Pediment (triangular face on top of the columns on the front of the temple). Focused on pure geometry o Example: the Pantheon Combining these attributes into Late Gothic o Late Gothic began to incorporate colored marble panels (like stained glass) that focused on rigid, geometric shapes (like the Greek/Roman pediment) in the interior of churches.
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