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MU 2313 Ch 3

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MU 2313 Ch 3 2313

Texas State
GPA 3.3
Introduction to Fine Arts
Thomas Wood

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Notes discussing Aegean and Archaic Greece
Introduction to Fine Arts
Thomas Wood
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Date Created: 09/09/15
Chapter 2 The Aegean and Archaic Greece Minoans c3000 BCE a Wealthy citystate b Island of Minos c Trade focus d Technologically advanced i Running water sewer system heatingcooling system e Art i Brightly colored ii Fascination with nature f Architecture i Advanced floor plans 1 Palace of Minos myth of the Minotaur built from it had a labyrinth of rooms ii Murals iii Columns 1 Support structures plays a large role in later Greece Mycenaeans c 1500 BCE a Military conquerors warriors b Art i Honor to the gods ii Chronicle conquest iii Pottery and small sculptures c Architecture i Large defensive fortified structures ii Militarily advantageous d Art example vase i Art reflected military values ii Twodimensional soldiers have uniform appearance iii Functional has a purpose purpose determines how much effort the artist will put into it The Dark Centuries 1500800 BCE a The quotGreek Middle Ages i Period of scientific and philosophical thought Palace building and artistic creativity ceased Isolation no trade Decreasing literacy Bronze gt iron The Glory of the past gt future The Hellenes a Common language b Written language as early as 725 BCE i Borrowed from Phoenician symbols c Common calendar about 800 BCE d Olympic Games 776 BCE i Events included javelin discus foot race ii A three day event brought together various citystates even if they were at war with each other temporary truce 1 First day poets and artists display their work 2 Second day athletics 3 Third day offerings to Zeus iii Participants were all men competed naked married women couldn t attend the games V Pois a Citystates Selfgoverned No unifying governmentstate Pois and Acropolis 995quot i Acropolis center of city usually where temples found e Rise of merchant class i Specialization in trade VI The Olympian Gods a Large family of gods b Homer s Iliad i Chronicles life of the gods c Gods represented in human terms i Not flawless Zeus has many lovers d Gods to know i Zeus 1 Sky thunder ii Hera 1 Marriage women iii Poseidon 1 Thesea iv Hades 1 Underworld v Athena 1 Wisdom vi Ares 1 War vii Aphrodite 1 Beauty love viii Dionysus 1 Wine revelry VII Philosophy a Pythagoras i Mathematical relationships were universal b Atomists i Universe is based on small invisible indivisible particles c Materialists i Fire earth air and water VIII The Greek Archaic Period 800480 BCE a Greek civilization began to develop i Democracies ii Order of the gods Xl iii Organized Olympics 776 BCE iv Sophisticated philosophy 1 Pythagoras 2 Atomists 3 Materialists b Painting i Painting lt sculpture ii Vase 1 Functional vessels 2 Fall into two periods a Geometric style 900700 BCE b Archaic style 700480 BCE c Dipylon Vase 8th century BCE i Geometric style drawn with geometric shapes ii No depth flat d Perseus and the Gorgons early 6th century BCE i Archaic style ii Warriors turned stance draped clothing iii More definition in physique e The Pan Painter 470 BCE i Archaic style ii Red figure pottery iii Artemis shooting a man iv Both figures clothed drape to clothing Sculpture a Kouros plural is quotKouroi i Male H Nude b Kore i Female ii Clothed c Polymedes of Argos 600 BCE i Funerary art tribute to deceased ii Depicted as athletic Greek values iii Left foot forward attempt at stance to make lifelike d Kore c 510 BCE i Artist can show technique in drape of clothing hairstyle e Kritios Boy c 480 BCE i Sense of movement start to see shift in weight Architecture a 2quot l Temple of Hera Pasteum Italy c 460 BCE b Drawing of Temple of Artemis Corfu Music a Consisted of a series of modes scales i Corresponding day of the week deity b Greek doctrine of ethos i Music influence moods and behaviors c Aulos and Lyre X Dance a Gods offered this gift to select mortals only b Religious rituals centered on dance c 600 BCE competitive festivals i Greek theater developed from this practice d Rhythmic movement X Literature a Homer i Iliad and Odyssey ii Epic poems b Sappho i Lyric poetry c Hesiod i Works and Days H Theogony d Aesop i Fables 1 quotTortoise and Hare quotThe Hawk and the Nightingale quotThe Fox and the Grapes


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