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History of Art

by: Leah Lindak

History of Art HA 2001

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Leah Lindak
GPA 3.4
History of Western Art I
Barbara Haeger

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History of Western Art I
Barbara Haeger
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Leah Lindak on Friday January 29, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to HA 2001 at Ohio State University taught by Barbara Haeger in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 51 views. For similar materials see History of Western Art I in Art at Ohio State University.


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Date Created: 01/29/16
12716 Review of Monday s Notes Persepolis View of Royal Audience Hall and Stairway 0 Sense of regularity can be found in things that hold processions Channeling the regularity makes the registers seem to move toward the audience Limited in terms of spatial span Aweing the individuals with coossa size 0 Diversity and Unity o Seen in the gures at Persepolis Objects clothing stance 0 Different but similar Hairstyles and degree of relief 0 Completely the same 0 Thinking about civic union as a bond Palace at Persepolis 0 General view with royal audience hall in the background EgypUan v h King Tut Death mask 18th dynasty ca 13 o Currents Events National treasure Has been damaged 0 Egyptian Old Kingdom 0 Deities and religion Ka AmunAmen Re Horus 0 Regular ooding of the Nile reminds Egyptians of the gods and the creation of the world When waters recede the benben comes up out of the waters of darkness and the lights of Amun drives away chaos Upper Egypt 0 Palette ofKing Narmer From Hierakonpolis Egypt ca 30002920 BCE Relates to the uni cation of Egypt Buried in a ritual burial place so you know it s a ritual object Applied cosmetics and sacred oils on the statues of the gods 0 Painting on the statues open the eyes mouth and ears 0 Provide communication with the gods Parts that are most easily recognizable at a certain angle are shown in that angle 0 Shows his broad chest Wearing a white crown 0 Bowling pin crown Crown of upper Egypt Narmer has man by the hair 0 Associate man with lower Egypt because Horus the bird grasps a string on the back of a sphinx which has papyrus symbol of lower Egypt on his back Composition 0 Know immediately that Narmer is main gure 0 In the center of the eld 0 Very balanced in angles direction and setup Front of palette shows more registers and strength of ruler o Dynastic Egypt 0 Tombs o Divine Kingship o Mortuary Offerings made to the Ka because he lives on and therefore needs things 0 Great Pyramids and Sphinx Gizeh ca 25202494 BCE Originally faced with limestone Shafts chambers and false chambers Guarded by a Sphinx ldealized representation of the Pharaoh in the face 0 Powerful guardian beings o Khafre ca 25202494 BCE


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