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Art History 1906

by: Holly Melton

Art History 1906 art 1906

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These are lecture notes for 2/22/16 and 2/24/16, please feel free to share with friends :)
Survey of Western Art-Medieval and Renaissance
jessica christie
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1906, Art, history, Art History
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Date Created: 02/22/16
Archaic Period Ancient Greece  Temple of Hera 1-most common houses built for Gods  Doric-style of column built Temple of Aphaia, Aegina  500 or 475 B.C  Column height: 17”  Sculpted panels are metropeis Architecture: the Greek Orders  Need to know the different styles of columns but not the anatomy of the columns West Pediment of the Temple of Aphaia, Aegina  Pediment-the sculptures built to fit near the roof of the building above the comice  500-490 or 470 B.C  Width: 49’  They put sculptures of fallen or wounded warriors in the pediments Vinzenz Brinkmann and Urike Koch-Brinkmann Reconstruction of Archer  From west pediment of the Temple of Aphais, Aegina 2004 C.E Berlin Kore  male equivalent sculpture  The only thing different was clothing put on the Berlin Kore  From the cemetery of Keratea, near Athens  570 B.C-560 B.C  Materials: marble with red paint  Height: 6’3 Painting  Were mainly painted on ceramic objects Amasis painter Dionysos with Maenads  540 B.C  Black-figure decoration on an emphora  Ceramic paintings were made from red, black, and white paint  Height: 13” Classica Period  Believed that winning the Persian war changed their views on the world and created a different period in style Kritios Boy  From Akropolis, Athens  475 B.C  Materials: marble  Height: 3’10” Anavysos Kouros  From cemetery at Anavysos, near Athens  530 B.C  Materials: marble with remnants of paint  Height: 6’4” Warrior  Came from a Roman boat and Italy restored this sculpture  Was underwater for centuries from a boat crash  Found in the sea off Riace, Italy  460-450 B.C  Materials: Bronze with bone and glass eyes, silver teeth, and copper lips and nipples  Height: 6’9”


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