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Art 1906 Notes for Exam #2

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Notes from today's lecture. 2/17
Art History Survey 1
Michael Duffy
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Date Created: 02/17/16
2/17/16 Ancient Greece: High Classical Period c. 450-400 BCE *Study the reconstruction drawing of The Akropolis, Athens. (Fig. 05- 35) Kallikrates and Iktinos VIEW (A) AND PLAN (B) OF THE PARTHENON: Akropolis, Athens. 447-432 BCE. Pentelic marble. Photograph: view from the northwest. (Fig. 05-36a) (Fig. 05-36b is a diagram). PHOTOGRAPHIC MOCK-UP OF THE EAST PEDIMENT OF THE PARTHENON (USING PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE EXTANT MARBLE SCULPTURE): c. 447- 432 BCE. The gap in the center represents the space that would have been occupied by the missing sculpture. The pediment is over 90 feet (27.45m) long; the central space of about 40 feet (12.2m) is missing. (Fig. 05-37a) (Fig. 05-37b is an alternate view). LAPITH FIGHTING A CENTAUR: Metope relief from the Doric frieze on the south side of the Parthenon. C. 447-432 BCE. Marble, height 56” (1.42m). British Museum, London. (Fig. 05-38) HORESEMEN: Detail of the Procession, from the Ionic frieze on the north side of the Parthenon. C. 447-432 BCE. Marble, height 41 ¾” (106cm). British Museum, London. (Fig. 05-39) YOUNG WOMEN AND MEN: Detail of the Procession, from the Ionic frieze on the east side of the Parthenon. C. 447-432 BCE. Marble, height 3’6” (1.08m). Musee du Louvre, Paris. (Fig. 05-40) RE-CREATION OF PHEIDIAS’ HUGE GOLD AND IVORY FIGURE OF ATHENA: Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto. (Fig. 05-41) Polykleitos SPEAR BEARER (DORYPHOROS): Roman copy after the original bronze of c. 450-440 BCE. Marble, height 6’11” (2.12m); tree trunk and brace strut are Roman additions. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. (Fig. 05-42 Technique) ERECHTHEION: Akropolis, Athens. 430s-406 BCE. View from the east. Porch of the Maidens at left; the north porch can be seen through the columns of the east wall. (Fig. 05-44) PORCH OF THE MAIDENS (SOUTH PORCH), ERECHTHEION: Akropolis, Athens. Porch c. 420-410 BCE. (Fig. 04-45) 2/17/16 NIKE (VICTORY) ADJUSTING HER SANDAL: Fragment of relief decoration from the parapet (now destroyed), Temple of Athena Nike, Akropolis, Athens. Last quarter of the 5 century (perhaps 410-405) BCE. Marble, height 3’6” (1.06m). Akropolis Museum, Athens. (Fig. 05-46) Priam Painter WOMEN AT A FOUNTAIN HOUSE: 520-510 BCE. Black- figure decoration on a hydria. Ceramic, height of hydria 20 7/8” (53cm). Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. William Francis Warden Fund. (61.195). (Fig. 05-48) GRAVE STELE OF A LITTLE GIRL: c. 450-440 BCE. Marble, height 31-1/2” (80cm). Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (Fig. 05-49) GRAVE STELE OF KTESILAOS AND THEANO: c. 400 BCE. Marble, height 36-5/8” (93 cm). National Archaeological Museum, Athens. (Fig. 05-50) *ATHENIAN AGORA, PAINTED PORTICO, NORTH SIDE STOA: ca. 450s BCE. Style of the Achilles Painter WOMAN AND MAID: c. 450-440 BCE. White- ground lekythos. Ceramic, with additional painting in tempera, height 15-1/8” (38.4cm). Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Francis Bartlett Donation of 1912. (13.201). (Fig. 05-51)


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