Art History 1906
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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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