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Week 5 Notes

by: Mary Bone

Week 5 Notes Art 104B

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Moving past the High Classical period focusing on the 4th century, mainly with sculpture.
Ancient Art, CR # 41908
Jeanette Cooper
Class Notes
Art History
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Date Created: 10/01/16
Week 5  Attic Red Figure o Style first introduced in the Transitional Period o Ex: Attic Red figure amphora by the Achilles Painters, c 440 BC o Ex: attic red­figure attributed to the Medias Painter  Bottom: Herakles in the garden of the Hesperides  Top: rape of the daughters of Leucippus  Shoulder: horse groups with a cult state of Aphrodite  South Italian Red­Figure o South Italian red­figure Krater by Cyclops Painter, c 420­440 BC  Attic White­Ground Style o Ex: White­ground Krater from Volci, c440­430 BC  Dionysus and Hermes  “The Fostering Dionysus”  white­ground oinoche  Brygos Painter  Woman spinning   C. 490­480 BC  Most common vessel type is Lekythoi  Used for funerals  Greek Art—the 4  Century BC o Ex: Temple of Apollo Bassae c.430­390 BC  Has Doric, ionic, and Corinthian columns  Continuous frieze on interior of Cella  Greeks vs. Amazon  Lapiths vs. Centaurs  Theolos at Epidaurus o Approached by a ramp o Diameter of 72 ft. o 3 concentric circles o Corinthian columns  Capital  Double row of acanthus leaves  Choragic Monument of Lysikrates o Athsts  o 1  example of Corinthian columns on an exterior  Town Planning and Domestic Architecture o Town planning  Organic and irregular in older cities  Grid system at new sites  “Hippodamian” o domestic Architecture  Pastas house style   Prostas house style  Pastas House Type o Narrow doorway o Passage o Courtyard  With columns o Pastas to the North  Open portico o Andrion o Kitchen o Bathroom/latrine o 2  floor  bedrooms  Sculpture o Interest in  More naturalistic representation  Growing interest in emotion, character, age, mood  Smaller heads  A nascent interest in depicting children  Sculpture in­the­round o Comparing high classical to 4  c. sculpture th o 4  c, sculpture  ex: Antikythera Bronze, “Perseus”  c. 350 BC, 6ft, 11in  originally holding o Medusa’s head o Sword  New things o Small head o Outstretched arm o Left wood swaying pose o Tilting head  High Classical Sculpture o Ex: “Diadoumenos” by Polykleitos  Youth trying to tie ribbon  4  c. Sculpture o Ex: “Sauroktonos”  Lizard slayer  C. 275 BC o Ex: Bronze Athena  From Piraeus  C. 350 BC  New  Dense drapery o More realistic hanging and folding o Head tilt o Ex: Eirene holding the Puloutos  By Kephisodotos  Roman copy of a c. 370 BC Greek Bronze  6ft 6 ½ in   right hand held a scepter  drapery  realistic density and texture o Ex: Hermes and Dionysus, Olympia  By Praxiteles  C. 340 BC  Marble  7ft 1in  new  tilting head  smaller head  long, lean thighs  expression, interested, intimate o ex: Aphrodite of Knidos  by Praxiteles  roman copy of a Greek marble  c. 350 BC  6ft 8in  1  full scale female nude  Pottery o High classical o Attic red­figure cup  By the Meleager Painter  Dionysus, Eros, and a woman  C. 390­380 BC o Ex: Attic red­figure pelike  By the Marsyas Painter  Peleus, Thetis, Eros, and nymphs  C. 360­350 BC  Twisting bodies of Thetis and the fleeing Nereid  Use of color white, gold, blue, green o Ex: South Italian red figure Krater  By the Iliouspersis Painter  C. 380­370 BC  Funerary  Dead youth leans on a water basin in a temple  Varied viewpoints  Attempts at spatial depth  Color­white  Ornate o Ex: South Italian red­figure Krater  By Assateas  Phlyax play scene  C. 350 BC  Actors on stage  Wearing masks  Odd clothes  On a platform  Wearing stockings  Mosaics o Greek  Material—pebbles  Greek colors­ black, white, some red o Macedonian  Material—pebbles  Use od diagonal lines and contours  Use of more colors and shading  Attempts to show depth, mass, and space


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