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Week 11 Notes

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Week 11 Notes Art 1300

Art Appreciation
Anne Perry

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Date Created: 11/06/15
Art Appreciation Week 11 Notes November 2 2015 Ancient Mediterranean Paleolithic cave paintings and Neolithic Stonehenge There were two caves Lascaux and Chauvae Nomadic hunters were the ones who painted in these caves 3 reasons for the creation of these painting are entertainment history records and for rituals Southern France is where they were located The images were created below ground sub Mediterranean caves subject were animals and humans were very very rare and fresco was used 0 Sometimes clay would be mixed with the paint The clay would get lique ed to make the colors darker or lighter The images were applied with a paintbrush Scaffolds were built in order for the painters to reach the ceilings of the caves Group efforts were needed when these paintings were created Reconstruction of Stonehenoe 90 small holes were made all around Stonehenge because they were for the offerings of small animals there is a ditch all around Stonehenge as well and Stonehenge could be used as a calendar to record dates and astronomical events November 4 2015 0 Ancient Eovot The Nile river ows northward Death Mask of Tutankamun He was also known as King Tut the mask was made out of gold and the King Tut mask is the most famous of Egyptian masks Solid Gold lnner Cof n of King Tut Internal organs were kept in canopic urns made out of stone 0 Great Pvramids at Giza There are 3 pyramids The rst is the pyramid of Khufu the second is of Khufu39s son Khafre and the last pyramid is of Khafre s son Menkaure The pyramids were built by Egyptians who were treated the same as the pharaoh The pyramids are located on the western side of the Nile River 0 The pyramids are an example of load bearing construction and it took 23 million blocks of stone to create Khufu39s pyramid in which dry masonry was used November 6 2015 Palette of Narmer This was a at slab two feet tall carved on two sides pre dates the pyramids at Giza this depicts a hierarchical scale of Narmer about to kill one of his enemies Egyptians used this method for centuries Composite View This was a combination of frontal pro les and side views which was established in 3000 BC Tomb Fresco of Nebamun Nebamun is the main and most important person in which he his wife and cat are shown Ka Statue of Khafre Ka meant to the Egyptians that the spirit or soul would live on through eternity either by the mummi ed body or statues Ka Statue of Menkaure and His Queen The two were brother and sister This was a common thing to occur in order to keep the royal blood pure Fathers would marry daughters uncle would marry nieces and of course brothers would marry sisters Canon of Prooortions These were drawn out pictures of the statue wanted to realistic proportions so the sculptor would reach perfection


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