FA 305 Week 7 Notes
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by McKenna Laskey on Saturday February 27, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 305 at Washington State University taught by Hallie Meradith in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 6 views. For similar materials see Greek and Roman Art History in Fine arts at Washington State University.
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FA 30501: Art of Greece and Rome Week VII Notes 2/26/16 Hadrian’s Classicising Art and Architecture The romans wanted to be seen as very orderly Touching the foot for mercy Hadrian’s Portraiture o The figures are shown still idealized, but can be shown above their thirties o Naturalistic The hair has different textures o Beards are only from the Hadrian period onwards o Eyes are now carved into o Hadrian was a Greek loving emperor He had a male lover (homosexuality) o Portrait of Sabina o Portraits of Antinous Hadrian’s lover Hadrian’s Building Projects Beyond Rome o Hadrian’s Villa, Tivoli, 45 minutes outside Rome o Hadrian’s Arch, Athens Hadrian’s Public Monuments in Rome o Anaglypha Traiani/Hadriani – Hadrianic o Pantheon o Temple of Venus and Roma o Mausoleum of Hadrian Private Funerary Dedications and Mythic Themes Chosen by Individuals o Terms Sarcophagus Continuous narration Biographical sarcophagi Multitiered scheme o Façade of the library of Celsus o Funerary altar of T. Statilius Aper, Hadrianic. Rome (Capitoline Museum, Rome) o Orestes sarcophagus o Scenes from a smith at work from the façade of a tomb complex, late Hadrianic – early Antonine, Ostia o Meleager Sarcophagus o Sarcophagus with Achilles and Penthesilea o Theseus sarcophagus (Cliveden) o Dionysus and Ariadne sarcophagus (Louvre, Paris) Perfect circle