FA 305 Week Three Notes
FA 305 Week Three Notes 305
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Date Created: 02/01/16
FA 30501 Art History of Greece and Rome Week 111 Notes 12516 Augustan Portraiture 0 Augustus of Prima Porta O Contrapposto stance O Often there were marble copies of bronze statues whereas the marble often survived better you can tell if it s a copy because it will often have supports that did not look originally there 0 Portrait of Augustus as priest Via Labicana 0 Pontifex Maximus head priest 0 If the emperor rules well then the gods will be happy 0 If the emperor rules badly the gods will be angry 0 When doing sacrifices Romans pulled their togas above their heads 0 Small scale objects 0 Onyx is a precious stone when carved into it looks sort of translucent I Known as the Augustan gem O Emperors can only be shown as divine after being deceased Monumental Architecture and Smallscale Arts from the Augustan Age 0 Augustan Rome 0 27 BCOctavian changed his name to AugustusAD 14 0 Sundial markings 0 Invention of concrete super important 0 Now they could build extremely large open buildings I Buildings made of concrete and then covered in a thin layer of marble making the city look very prestigious and expensive 0 Arches 127 16 Augustan Portraiture 0 Roman forum 0 A lot has been destroyed though time 0 Raised platform and columns suggest there was a temple portion 0 Concrete structure 0 Caryatids 0 Columns made to look like figures 0 Female version 0 Greece had a big in uence on Roman structures 0 Fortuna is the goddess of fortune 0 Temple of Mars 0 Didn t survive very well 0 We can see What it might have looked like from coins that did survive 0 Mausoleum of Augustus O Mausoleum is Where the dead are buried 0 Ara Pacis Altar of Peace O Skeletons of sacrifices would be decorated I When they were sacrificed they were dressed up and then salted often cows were sacrificed 12916 Augustan Portraiture continued 0 North Exterior Frieze I Figures in the foreground are in high relief and figures in background are in low relief the development of this way to describe space I Eyes should be moving around the scene 0 If someone s head is covered they are probably involved in a sacrifice I Use of drapery is the precursor to the halo The J uioClaudians 0 Presenting continuity 0 The Portland Vase 0 Much debate on what this piece is about 0 Made of glass to look like onyx 0 Glass is much less expensive than onyx 0 Personalized drinking vessels 0 J ulioClaudians
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