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We only had one day of class in week 7, so I just put two weeks together.
History of Art 1
Erin Hackmann
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This 7 page Class Notes was uploaded by Drake Lundstrom on Monday March 14, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to ARTH1001 at The University of Cincinnati taught by Erin Hackmann in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 20 views. For similar materials see History of Art 1 in Art History at The University of Cincinnati.

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Date Created: 03/14/16
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Ara Pacis New stuff: Reconstruction drawing of Pompeii: Very logical approach to city planning, grid pattern. Large roman cities were densely populated, and Romans had an equivalent of apartment buildings. Plan and reconstruction of house of the silver wedding. Autrium is the main building of a house. Some houses also have a garden in the back of the home. Peristyle garden, surrounded by columns, essentially an outdoor living space. 4styles of wall painting: Fitst, masonry style, looks like marble Second style, looks like a scene or illusion Third style, reinforces the wall’s existence though isolated pictures on a monochromatic background Fourth style, a mix of the earlier 3 Initiation Rites of the Cult of Vacchus, Villa of the Mysteries: Second style. Was a member of one of the mystery religions. Still life, house of the stags: Very wel painted with shadows and shading. Very naturalist and the water in the jar is well painted. Flavian Ampetheater: Had many performances, possibly mock naval battles. Also known as the colosseum, a very big oval. It once had a floor, but doesn’t any more. Three levels of seating, standing area at the top, and it used to have an awning for protection from sun and rain. Each level of the building uses a different architectural order. Mosel of imperial Rome. Very densely populated, and every new emporer created something large to be remembered by. Friday: Grid style city layout Houses have an autrium and peristyle garden. Autrium has a concuvium for letting in light and rainwater. Pluvium is the pool in the ground for collecting the water brought in through the hole in the ceiling. Initiation rites of the cult: Second style, since it dissolves into the scene. Remember than not everyone is following the state religion. Cityscape: the buildings are shown from multiple perspectives and is in the intuitive style Still life: another artist striving for extreme naturalism. Colleseum: has a tie in to Nero, since it was built on his private lake. Nero took a lot of land after the fire of rome. Different orders used on each level, and it gets fancier higher up. Barrel vault, and groin vault. Arch of Titus: These were built to honor roman triumphs, this one specifically to honor the capture of Jerusalem. Inscription on the top to dedicate it, and lots of reliefs Romans had very durable concrete. Spoils from the temple: This is roman, since it actually was a real event and happened. Plan of Trajan’s Forum: Stands for some military victories. New stuff: Column of Trajan: Comemorative monument, and the tomb of the emporer. There was an emporer on top, and he was replaced with a saint. Covered in long, spiraling frieze. Romans Crossing the Danube river. Part of bove column. Each scene densely packed with active figures. The romans show their enemies powerfully and as worthy foes. Basilica Ulpia, Forum of Trajan. Used for governmental purposes. Was a style that Christian buildings are later based upon. The building is basically a rectangle, known as a longitudinal plan. There is a apse at one end of the temple. Large statue of trajun to oversea legal proceedings. There are clerestories on the second floor. Restored perspective view: a drawing, not reality. Shows the size and colors. It is a coffered ceiling. Pantheon: Restored by one of the good emporers. Burnt remple is torn down and replaced. Pantheon is litteral a temple for all gods. Made to look similar to a greek temple front. The rotunda behind it, however, is all Roman. People often tried to surpass it. You used to be funneled into the building making it a surprise when the building with a rectangular front turns out to be round. Very elaborite, and the statues of gods were eventually replaced by saints. Different mixtures of concrete were used throughout the dome. Equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius: staues of emporers on hourses were common. This statue survived for so long because the Christians mistook which emporer the statue was of. Beards were more greek than roman, and this emporer was a philosopher. This is the first imperial portrait that shows the strain of leadership. Period of decline begins under marcus rubious, and worse under commodus. Rome hit by religious turmoil, severe economic decline, and barbarian invasions, and so on. Caracalla: He ruled 6 years and he co-ruled with his brother for a year before killing him. He is shown angry in all of his portraits. Baths of Caeacalla: built with public funds to applease the public. The complex covered 50 acres, was huge and elaborate with running waters, funcaces, and everything. Solder emperors and the tetrarchy. They ruled over anarchy. In 293, the empire is divided and so is control, with different tetrarchs in charge of each area. Is is reminiscent of older art, with simplified pastues, not realistic, and there is a hierarchical pattern. This ended when one retired and no one knew who would succeed him. Constantine the great: The first Christian emporer. Saw a vision, gave religious freedom and tolerance. Edict of Milan, 313CE and gave religious tolerance to all!


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