FA 305 Roman Art History Week IV Notes
FA 305 Roman Art History Week IV Notes 305
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FA 30501: Art History of Greece and Rome Week IV Notes 2116 Julio Claudians Presenting continuity Altering the Augustan image Ara Pietatis Augustae (Altar of Augustan Piety) Claudius as Jupiter o Republican period (very naturalistic) o Been influenced by the Augustan Prima Porta o He is showing himself as a god but also not showing himself as god o Confusing If someone is shown nude they are being shown as a god, and therefore the piece MUST have been made after the subject was alive because otherwise it would be blasphemous Sebasteion o Greek name for the Latin Augusteum Augusteum o Cult place of emperor Augustus, his family, and descendants. The Aphrodisias Sebasteion depicted the imperial family, mythological Faces start to get more different for each person (more realistic) Portrait of Claudius, from the theatre in Cerveteri Portrait of Tiberius, from the theatre in Cerveteri NeroDishonor Through Erasure Claudius was liked Portrait bust of a young woman, from the columbarium at Vigna Codini o Hairstyles help give dates to pieces Portrait bust of an older man, from the columbarium at Vigna Codini on the Via Latina, near Rome o No beard o Probably after Augustus (has been influenced by Augustus) The end of the JulioClaudian Line o Nero is last (important because): Fire of AD 64 in Rome The Gospel of Mark Nero built his Domus Aurea (Golden House) Was not well liked Oculus o From the root for eye o Functioned like an eye o Has frescos around the walls Did not survive very well Guilded vault o Made with gold Coliseum was named after the colossal statue that was next to Nero’s Golden palace o Did not survive, but must have been not of Nero If it was if Nero it would have been demolished since he wans’t well like Nero was kicked out Goddesses crowned emperors Statues of Nero as a child were not destroyed because he was the child of another emperor Emperors are starting to have their own style instead of copying Augustus Nero’s image on the coins has been dishonored (damned) by decapitating his figure or removing his name from the coin o Damnation of memory o Not just erasing the memory, but dishonoring it (so that they can still remember him, but in a bad light) Some statues of Nero have been reworked to look like someone else
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