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Art History Survey 1906

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Here are lecture notes from 2/9/16 and 2/11/16 for Art History Survey 1906
Survey of Western Art-Medieval and Renaissance
jessica christie
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Date Created: 02/10/16
Amarna  Village was built around the Nile River for water  Tombs were built in cliffs   Possible tomb of Akhenaten is around the Royal Wadin  There was no body found but the Royal Wadin was poorly kept with  many relief panels  Akhenaten took a map of Amarna and set Boundary Stela U (texts  writing on large cliffs or rocks) around the city  The walls were made out of sand Queen Tiy  Akhenatens mother  From Kom Medinet el­Ghurab  Eighteenth Dynasy (1352 B.C)  Materials: Wood, ebony, glass, silver, gold, lapis lazuli, cloth, clay,  and wax  Height: 3­3/4’ (9.4cm)  In the Staatleche Museen zu Berlin, Preussicher Kulturbesitz,  Agyptisches Museum Nefertiti  Akhenatens wife  Found with multiple models   Eighteenth Dynasty (1353­1336 B.C)  Materials: Painted limestone, height 20’ (51cm)  In the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Preussischer Kulturbesitz,  Agyptishes Museum Funerary Mask of Tutankhamun  From tomb of Tutankhamun  Eighteenth Dynasty (1327 B.C)  Gold inlaid with glass and semiprecious stones  Height: 21­1/4” (54.5cm) weight: 24lb  Found in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo Palette of Narmer (Front)  From Hierakonpolis  Early dynastic period, 2950 B.C  Materials: Green Schist, height 25” (64cm)  In the Egyptian Museum, Cairo Reconstruction drawing of Djoser’s funerary complex, Saqqara  Third Dynasty (2630­2575 B.C) The step pyramid and Sham buildings, funerary complex of Djoser  Materials: Limestone, height: 204’ Mastaba (step pyramid of King Djoser, Saqqara)  Underground burial chambers Great pyramids, Giza  Fourth dynasty (2575­2450 B.C)  Erected by Menkaure, Khafre, and Khufu  Materials: Limestone and granite  Height: 450’ Great Sphinx, funerary complex of Khafre  Giza, Old Kingdom (2520­2494 B.C)  Materials: Limestone  Height: 65’ Valley temple of Khafre  Giza, Old Kingdom (2520­2494 B.C)  Materials: Limestone and red granite Khafre  Giza, Valley temple of Khafre  Fourth Dynasty (2520­2494 B.C)  Materials: Diorite­gabbro gneiss  Height: 5’6 1/8”  Found in: Egyptian Museum, Cairo Menkaure and a Queen, Probably Khamerernebty II  Fourth Dynasty (2520­2494 B.C)  From Giza  Materials: Graywacke with traces of red and black paint  Height: 54 ½”  Found in Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Harvard University­Museum  of Fine Arts expedition Seated Scribe  Found near the tomb of Kai, Saqqara  Fifth Dynasty (2450­2352 B.C)  Painted limestone with inlaid eyes of rock crystal, calcite, and  magnesite mounted in copper  Height: 21”  In the Museum de Louvre, Paris Ti Watching a Hippopotamus Hunt  Tomb of Ti, Saqqara  Fifth Dynasty (2450­2325 B.C)  Painted limestone relief  Height: 45” Rock­Cut Tombs, Beni Hasan  Twelf Dynasty (1938­1756 B.C) Picking Figs  Wall painting from the tomb of Khnumhotep, Beni Hasan  Twelfth Dynasty (1890 B.C)  Tempera facsimile by Nina de Garis Stele of the sculptor userwer  Twelfth dynasty (1850 B.C)  Materials: limestone, red and black ink  Height 20 ½” x 19”  In the British Museum London Stele of Amenemhat  From Assasif  Late eleventh dynasty (2000 B.C)  Painted Limestone  Height: 11” x 15”  In the Egyptian Museum, Cairo


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