Art 1906 Notes from Monday 2/15.
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21516 Art 1906 Notes Attica Greece C 600590 BCE Marble height 6 458quot 195 m Metropolitan Museum of Art New York Fletcher Fund 1932 32111 Fig 0518 Differences between Greek style and Egyptian style is the stance of the gure The Greek style gure is free standing rather than attached to something like a column like you see in Egyptian art and the nudity Nudity was not as often see in Egyptian art From the cemetery at Keratea near Athens C 570560 BCE Marble with remnants of red paint height 6 3quot 19m Staatliche Museen zu Berlin Antikensammlung Preussischer Kulturbesitz Berlin Fig 0519 Often times family members of a deceased person would commission someone to create statues of this style to commemorate their loved one From the cemetery at Anavysos near Athens C 530 BCE Marble with remnants of paint height 6 4quot 193m National Archaeological Museum Athans Fig 0520 Grave marker You can see the facial expression begin to soften as opposed to previously studied Egyptian work From the Akropolis Athens C 530 BCE Marble height 4 121m Akropolis Museum Athens Fig 0521 Figures are beginning to become more natural the gures skin shows more esh tones and represents a true appreciation of the human body Amasis Painter C 540 BCE Black gure decoration on an amphora Ceramic height of amphora 13 333cm Bibliotheque Nationale Paris Fig 0523 Lysippides Painter C 525520 BCE Black gure decoration on an amphora Ceramic height of amphora 20 1516quot 532cm Museum of Fine Arts Boston Henry Lillie Pierce Fund 99538 Fig 0524 Andokides Painter C 525 520 BCE Red gure decoration on an amphora Ceramic height of amphora 20 1516quot 532cm Museum of Fine Arts Boston Henry Lillie Pierce Fund 99538 Fig 0525 21516 Exekias Potter and Painter c 540530 BCE Black gure painting on a ceramic amphora height of amphora 2 61 cm Vatican Museums Rome Fig 0501 Piece from beginning of section black gure was compared to the black gures of The Death of Sarpedon Euphronios painter and Euxitheos potter C 515 BCE Red gure decoration on a calyx krater Ceramic height of krater 18 457 cm Museo Nazionale di Villa Giulia Rome From the Akropolis Athens C 475 BCE Marble height 3 10quot 117m Akropolis Museum Athens Fig 0526a Figure 26a is the frontal view amp 26b is the backside view Many artists would look at limbs of perfect human beings as inspiration for how to create a model of a God Early classical period begins in the 4805 Around this time gures were beginning to look more proportional and movement was beginning to be portrayed Foundry painter 490480 BCE Red gure decoration on a kylix from Vulci Italy Ceramic diameter of kylix 12 31cm Staatliche Museen zu Berlin Preussischer Kulturbesitz Antikenssammlung Fig 0527 From the Sanctuary of Apollo Delphi C 470 BCE Bronze copper lips and lashes silver hand and onyx eyes height 5 11 18m Archaeological Museum Delphi Fig 0528 Found in the sea off Riace ltaly c 460450 BCE Bronze with bone and glass eyes silver teeth and copper lips and nipples height 6 9quot 205m National Archaeological Museum Reggio Calabria Italy Fig 0529a Figure 29a is the frontal view amp 29b is the backside view From the Tomb of the Diver Poseidonia Roman Paestum C 480 BCE Fresco on travertine slab height 31 78cm Paestum Museum Fig 0531 Douris C 480 BCE Red gure decoration on a psykter Ceramic height 11516quot 287cm British Museum London Fig 0533 Douris C 480 BCE Red gure decoration on a kylic Ceramic height 1234quot 324cm The Soprintendenza Speciale per l Beni Archeologici di Napoli e Pompei Fig 0534 21516
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