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Art History of Ancient Greece and Rome, Notes on week VII
Greek and Roman Art History
Hallie Meradith
Class Notes
Rome, Greece, Art History
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Date Created: 02/27/16
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


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