ART 320 Week One Notes
ART 320 Week One Notes ART 320
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AncientGreekArt320NotesWeek1 [Weekly Reading] Marilyn Stokstad, Art History, XXIIXLI Basic Art History Terms: Monument any work of art or architecture Iconography the subject matter or symbol depicted in a work of art Medium materials Style formal aesthetic elements that give its overall effect The Bronze Age: Minoans & Mycenaeans Monuments: Minoan : “Palace” Complex at Knossos, Crete 15501450BCE Faience snake goddess found at “Palace” Complex at Knossos, Crete, 17001550BCE Bullleaping Fresco, from “Palace” Complex at Knossos, Crete 15501450BCE “Marine Style” octopus flask, Crete 15501450BCE Mycenaean: Reconstruction drawing and plan of megaron at Mycenae, Greece, 16001200 BCE “Mask of Agamemnon,” gold repousse’ funerary mask,Mycenae, Greece, 1550 BCE Vocab: Votive object dedicated or vowed to diety Axis imaginary horizontal or vertical straight line along which the architectural and spatial components of a structure are ordered Colonnade row of columns Table Leg Column column that tapers toward the bottom Faience Glazed pottery Apotropaic protective, warding off evil Fresco wall painting made by applying pigment to wet plaster Megaron Mycenaean great hall Post and lintel construction using strictly horizontal and vertical components Repousse metal working technique in which an artist gently pushes up relief forms by hammering from the back of thin sheet gold
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