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ARHI 2300 week 3 notes

by: Maddi Huff

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These notes cover the fourth week of art history 1. I've highlighted the important names, vocabulary, and pieces of artwork that will be important for the test.
Art History I: Cave Painting to Michelangelo
Neely, Elizabeth
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Date Created: 09/09/16
Guide: Works of art Vocabulary People ARHI 2300- Cave Painting to Michelangelo Lecture Notes Week 4 Slide IDs, title and culture; a few diagrams and fill in the blank and matching/mc 9/7/16 Greece 1. Krater- used for pouring libation for deceased individual, funerary object 2. Egyptian influence a. Statue of a Kouros- Uses geometric stylization b. Greeks learned stone carving from Egypt and influence is evident i. Statue of Mentuemhet- Egyptian ka statue. Diorite used so that it could last forever. Shows influence c. Greeks used open form more often than the Egyptians, who preferred closed form d. Over 70 years, Kouros statues grow more realistic and less stylized e. Persians destroyed statues upon invasion so Greeks began to bury them 3. Battle of Marathon- Greeks allied together to end Persian invasion. Beginning of classical Period. a. Greeks were victorious 4. Classical art (golden age) a. Rise of feeling of superiority and historians to record accomplishments b. Peplos Kore- statue of Kore goddess that was buried i. Commissioned Artemis statue for temple as votive offering c. Kritios Boy- statue that uses contrapposto i. Contrapposto- counter balance. step forward depicted realistically with hip tilt d. Lost wax technique- technique used to cast bronze statues i. Other materials used as well to give statues different colors ii. Became more popular than marble because since it is a stronger material, the statues could be free standing 9/9/16 Greee 1. Doryphoros (spear-bearer)- Polykleitos used cannon of proportions to create perfect human form a. Roman replica of Greek bronze b. Symmetria- commensurability of parts 2. Parthenon a. Sat on top of Acropolis- sanctuary area with various temples b. Converted into a church, then into a mosque c. The venetians bombed it, leaving only the shell d. Embodiment of cannon of proportions but for architecture e. Curved sylobate f. Entasis- swelling of shaft of a column g. Doric frieze- exterior scene, interrupted by triglyphs h. Ionic frieze- continuous scene i. Shows Hestia, Dione, and Aphrodite (daughter of Dione) i. Athena (goddess of war and wisdom) statue in cella Guide: Works of art Vocabulary People 3. Architecture vocabulary a. Peristyle- a colonnade (row of columns) that runs around the stylobate b. Pronaos- the space, or porch, in front of the cella of an ancient Greek temple c. Cella (nous)- chamber at the center of an ancient temple, usually where the statue stood d. Sylobate- base on which columns rest e. Stereobate- base of temple, stairs f. Capital- top part of colums g. Shaft- body of column h. Entablature- base that frieze sits on i. Pediment- triangular portion on top of temple j. Cornice- ledge of pediment k. Frieze- under pediment, has relief carvings l. Metope- square panel on frieze m. Gultae- fluted columns n. Triglyph- grooved part of frieze o. Wet drapery- describes cloth that appears to cling to body to reval form underneath


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