Art 1906 Notes 3.21
Art 1906 Notes 3.21 ART 1906
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3-21-16 Art 1906 Notes: ARK OF THE COVENANT AND MENORAHS: Wall painting in a Jewish catacomb, Villa Torlonia, Rome. 3 Century. 3’11” x 5’9” (1.19 x 1.8m). (Fig. 07-02) WALL WITH TORAH NICHE: From a houe-synagogue, Dura-Europos, Syria. 244-245 CE. Tempera on plaster, section approx.. 40’ (12.19m) long. Reconstructed in the National Museum, Damascus, Syria. (Fig. 07- 03) THE CROSSING OF THE RED SEA: Detail of a wall painting from a house-synagogue, Dura-Europos, Syria. 244-245 CE. National Museum, Damascus, Syria. (Fig. 07-04) Temple of Aaron, Dura-Europos Synagogue. A CLOSER LOOK: THE MOSAIC FLOOR OF THE BETH ALPHA SYNAGOGUE: by Marianos and Hanina. Ritual Objects, Celestial Diagram, and Sacrifice of Isaac. Galilee, Israel. 6 century CE. RECONSTRUCTION OF BAPTISTERY, WITH FRAGMENTS OF ORIGINAL FRESCO: From Christian house-church, Dura- Europos, Syria. Before 256. Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut. (Fig. 07-05) CUBICULUM OF LEONIS, CATACOMB OF COMMODILLA: Near Rome. Late th 4 century. (Fig. 07-01) THE GOOD SHEPHERD, ORANTS, AND THE STORY OF JONAH: Painted ceiling of the Catacomb of SS. Peter and Marcellinus, Rome. Late 3 – rd th early 4 century. (Fig. 07-07) THE GOOD SHEPHERD: Eastern Mediterranean, probably Anatolia (Turkey). Second half of the 3 century. Marble, height 19-3/4” (50.2cm), width 6” (15.9cm). Cleveland Museum of Art. John L. Severance Fund (1965.241) (Fig. 07-08) INTERIOR, CHURCH OF SANTA SABINA: View from the south aisle near the sanctuary toward the entrance. C. 422-432. (Fig. 07-10) HARVESTING OF GRAPES: Ambulatory vault, church of Santa Costanza, Rome. C. 350. Mosaic. (Fig. 07-12) SARCOPHAGUS OF CONSTANTINA: c. 350. Porphyry, height 7’5” (2.26 m). Musei Vaticani, Vatican, Rome. (Fig. 07-16) 3-21-16 SARCOPHAGUS OF JUNIUS BASSUS: Grottoes of St. Peter, Vatican, Rome. C. 359. Marble, 4’ x 8’ (1.3 x 2.4 m). (Fig. 07-17)