Art 1906 Notes for Exam #2
Art 1906 Notes for Exam #2 ART 1906
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Art 1906 Notes Exekias (Potter and Painter) AJAX AND ACHILLESS PLAYING A GAME: c. 540-530 BCE. Black-figure painting on a ceramic amphora, height of amphora 2’ (61cm). Vatican Museums, Rome. (Fig. 05-01) Attributed to the Hirschfeld Workshop FUNERARY KRATER: From the Dipylon Cemetery, Athens. C. 750-735 BCE. Ceramic, height 42-5/8” (108cm). Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1914. (14.130.14) (Fig. 05-02) MAN AND CENTAUR: Perhaps from Olympia. C. 750 BCE. Bronze, height 4-5/16” (11.1cm). Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917. (17.190.2072). (Fig. 05-03) OLPE (PITCHER): Corinth. C. 650-625 BCE. Ceramic with black-figure decoration, height 12-7/8” (32.8cm). J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu. (Fig. 05-04) BATTLE BETWEEN THE GODS AND THE GIANTS: Fragments of the north frieze of the Treasury of the Siphnians, Sanctuary of Apollo, Delphi. C. 530-525 BCE. Marble, height 26” (66cm). Archaeological Museum, Delphi. (Fig. 05-08) PLAN (A) AND EXTERIOR VIEW (B) OF THE TEMPLE OF HERA I, POSEIDONIA (ROMAN PAESTUM): Southern Italy. c. 550-540 BCE. (Fig. 05-09b) WEST PEDIMENT OF THE TEMPLE OF APHAIA, AEGINA: c. 500-490 or 470s BCE. Width about 49’ (15m). Surviving fragments as assembled in the Staatliche Antikensammlungen und Glyptothek, Munich (early restorations removed). (Fig. 05-14) DYING WARRIOR: From the right corner of the west pediment of the Temple of Aphaia, Aegina. C. 500-490 or 470s BCE. Marble, length 5’6” (1.68m). Staatliche Antikensammlungen und Glyptothek, Munich. (Fig. 05-15)
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