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History of Western Art

by: Trevion Hamill

History of Western Art ART 212

Trevion Hamill
CSU Pomona
GPA 3.79

Maria Pradel

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This 7 page Class Notes was uploaded by Trevion Hamill on Saturday October 3, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ART 212 at California State Polytechnic University taught by Maria Pradel in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 10 views. For similar materials see /class/218257/art-212-california-state-polytechnic-university in Art at California State Polytechnic University.


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Date Created: 10/03/15
Stone Age in Europe Topics to be covered Sculpture and cave painting from the Paleolithic period Sculpture in the round Relief carving Modeling Cave painting Architecture in the Neolithic period Stonehenge Periods of the Stone Age in Europe 39 Paleolithic ca 3000010000 BCE 39 Neolithic ca 100001500 BCE Paleolithic Old Stone Agequot Huntergatherer society Tools made of chipped flints Neolithic New Stone Agequot Agriculture Stock raising Farmingherding societies Villages Tools made of polished stones Radio carbon dating Carbon 14 Organic material Prehistoric Europe meow L MM Paleolithic period Sculpture Mam in rquot mn mm Name Nude Woman Sculpturein the round I Provenance Willendorf Austria I Date ca 28000725000 I Material limestone I Technique carving Woman holding a bison horn Relief carving I From Laussel France I Ca 25000720000 BCE I Material limestone I Technique carving Two bisons I Le Tuc D Audoubert France I Ca 15000100000 I Material clay I Technique modeling Bison with turned head I La Madeleine France I Ca 12000 BCE I Reindeer horn I Technique engraving incised lines Bkon Location Alta mira cave Spain Date ca 12000 BCE Media cave painting Paleolithic Cave mural painting Interior of Altamira cave Hall ofthe Bulls Location Lascaux cave France ca 15000 BCE Interior of Lascaux cave ComPOSite View or twisted perspective Spotted horses and negative hand Aurochs horses and rhinoceros Cave at Pech Merle France ca 22000 BCE Chauvet cave France ca 15000 or 30000 BCE composne View Optical perspective Why paint animals on the walls Neolithic period c moo1500 BCE Neolithic period Sedentary life Agriculture and herding Most Neolithic period sites in Europe are ceremonial Stonehenge Location Salisbuw Plain England ca 22501500 BCE 3000 BCE a ditch and bank enclosing a nng of56 pits 2500 BCE the bluestone type of volcanic stone megaliths were brought from the resei mountains in Wa es 2300 BCE 30 sarsen type of sandstone uprights were positioned in a circle and capped with Iintels Trilithons Post and Iintel system Mortise and tenon What is Stonehenge Heel stone I Solarcalendar I Observatow I Ritualstructure New discoveries New interpretations Durrington Walls Village Stonehenge I Burial site since ca 3000 BCE I Site of healing I Marked winter solstice


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