Week 5 Notes
Popular in Ancient Art, CR # 41908
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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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