Study your flashcards anywhere!

Download the official Cram app for free >

  • Shuffle
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Alphabetize
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Front First
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Both Sides
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Read
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
Reading...
Front

How to study your flashcards.

Right/Left arrow keys: Navigate between flashcards.right arrow keyleft arrow key

Up/Down arrow keys: Flip the card between the front and back.down keyup key

H key: Show hint (3rd side).h key

A key: Read text to speech.a key

image

Play button

image

Play button

image

Progress

1/70

Click to flip

70 Cards in this Set

  • Front
  • Back
Funerary Krater (Artist)
Unknown
Funerary Krater (Location)
Dipylon Cemetary, Athens
Funerary Krater (Style)
Geometric
Funerary Krater (Medium)
Ceramic
Funerary Krater (Significance)
Design on the top called a meander, all space filled (horror vacui), registers, mourning (people pulling their hair out)
Temple of Hera I (Style)
Archaic
Temple of Hera I (Location)
Paestum (Ancient Poseidonia)
Temple of Hera I (Artist)
Unknown
Temple of Hera I (Medium)
Unknown
Temple of Hera I (Discussion)
Three step foundation, columns rest on the floor (called Doric order), columns have shape called entasis, top of column is called the capital, and then the roof sits on top
Gordon Medusa (Style)
Archaic
Gordon Medusa (Location)
Pediment of Temple of Artemis, Korkyra
Gordon Medusa (Medium)
Limestone
Gordon Medusa (Artist)
Unknown)
Gordon Medusa (Significance)
Story of the Medusa
Standing Youth (Kouros) (Artist)
Unknown
Standing Youth (Kouros)(Medium)
Marble
Standing Youth (Kouros) (Style)
Archaic
Standing Youth (Kouros) (Significance)
Kouroi are typically nude, and have been associated with youth, athleticism and family community
Standing Youth (Kouros) (Style)
Archaic
Anavysos Kouros (Artist)
Unknown
Anavysos Kouros (Medium)
Marble with remnants of paint
Anavysos Kouros (Style)
Archaic
Anavysos Kouros (Significance)
Shows the more increasing interest of artists and their patrons in rendering lifelike art. Greater anatomical accuracy, less rigid pose, face less geometric, but still has archaic smile
Anavysos Kouros (Location)
Cemetary at Anavyssos, near Athens
Peplos Kore (Artist)
Unknown
Peplos Kore (Style)
Archaic
Peplos Kore (Medium)
Marble, once painted in encaustic (paint remnanats)
Peplos Kore (Location)
Acropolis, Athens
Peplos Kore (Significance)
Named for its garment, called a peplos. Her bare arms and head convey a greated sense of real flesh and human form, and her head it less conventional.
Kore from Chios (Artist)
Sculptor from Chios
Kore from Chios (Style)
Archaic
Kore from Chios (Location)
Acropolis, Athens
Kore from Chios (Medium)
Marble with paint
Kore from Chios (Significance)
Shows the continuing trend toward more lifelike figures
Dionysos & Maenads (Style)
Archaic
Dionysos & Maenads (Location)
Unknown
Dionysos & Maenads (Medium)
Ceramic
Dionysos & Maenads (Artist)
The Amasis Painter
Dionysos & Maenads (Significnace)
The Amasis Painter favored strong shapes and patterns, with the disregard for making figures appear to occupy real space. Black Figure method was adopted.
Suicide of Ajax (Artist)
Exekias
Suicide of Ajax (Location)
Athens
Suicide of Ajax (Style)
Archaic
Suicide of Ajax (Medium)
Ceramic
Suicide of Ajax (Significance)
Captures the story of Ajax killing himself after the death of his cousin Achilles. This is also Black Figure.
Kritian Boy (Artist)
Probably the Greek sculptor Kritios
Kritian Boy (Location)
Acropolis, Athens
Kritian Boy (Medium)
Marble
Kritian Boy (Style)
Early Classic
Kritian Boy (Significance)
The body is less rigid, and the artist seems to have a better understanding of the human body, skeleton, and the way the skin and muscles interact. The boy is in a different pose, and instead of the Archaic flat-footed stance, the right leg is bent, shifting the weight so that the body can be viewed shifting. The Archaic smile is gone
Charioteer (Artist)
Unknown
Charioteer (Style)
Early Classic
Charioteer (Location)
Sanctuary of Apollo, Delphi
Charioteer (Medium)
Bronze, copper, silver, onyx
Charioteer (Significance)
Commemorates the victory of a driver in the Pythian games- again, in this early classic model we see more realistic features- as if the statue were a real person
Apollo with Battling Lapiths and Centaurs (Artist)
Unknown
Apollo with Battling Lapiths and Centaurs (Medium)
Marble
Apollo with Battling Lapiths and Centaurs (Style)
Early Classic
Apollo with Battling Lapiths and Centaurs (Location)
Temple of Zeus, Olympia
Apollo with Battling Lapiths and Centaurs (Significance)
These are remnants of the from the West pediment of the Temple of Zeus. A story is being told of centaurs who drank too much and tried to carry off Lapith women.
Doryphoros (Artist)
Polykleitos
Doryphoros (Medium)
Marble (This is a Copy-the original was Bronze)
Doryphoros (Style)
Early Classic
Doryphoros (Location)
Argos
Doryphoros (Significance)
Early Classic Greek Art- Polykleitos used a canon, or a set of rules about proportions of body parts to create the perfect form.
Bronze Warriors (Artist)
Unknown
Bronze Warriors (Location)
Found in the sea off Riace, Italy
Bronze Warriors (Style)
Early Classic
Bronze Warriors (Medium)
Bronze with bone and glass eyes, silver teeth, and copper lips and nipples
Bronze Warriors (Significance)
Classic Greek style, and has an idealized and youthful body. Inside is hollow.