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Khafre

Egypt

Old Kingdom

3100-2125 BCE
Who is this?
Where is it from?
What era?
What time period
Narmer

Unifier of Upper and Lower Egypt

3150 BCE
Who is this?

What does it represent?

What time period?
Djoser

2681 BCE

Saqarra
where is this?

what is it?

what else?
Ramses II

Abu Simbel

New Kingdom
who is this

who is the artist

what is the age?
Djoser

2681 BCE

Saqarra
where is this?

what is it?

what else?
When was the old Kingdom?
3100-2125 BCE
When was the Middle Kingdom?
2125-1550 BCE
When was the New Kingdom?
1550-1060
When was the Ptolemaic Dynasty?
300-30 BCE
Who was Ptolemaic?
one of Alexander the Great's generals
Djoser

2681 BCE

Saqarra
where is this?

what is it?

what else?
matise
harmony in red
1908
who?
what?
when?
leonardo davinchi
the last supper
1495
who?
what?
when?
Daumier, Rue Transnonian, 1834

Foreshortening: dimensions of the closer extremeties are adjusted in order to make up for the distortion created by point of view
who? what? when?

what is foreshortening?
Georges de La Tour
The Pentinent Magdalen
1638

Chiarscuro: balance of light and dark in a picture, especially its skillful use of the artist in representing the gradual transition around a curved surface from light to dark
Who?

What?

When?

what is chiaroscuro?
lacoon

175 bce
who

when
when was classical greek art?
480-320 bce
when was hellenistic greek?
320-30 bce
when was romanesque?
1000-1150 CE
when was gothic?
1140-1300 CE
when was the early renaissance?
1300-1400 CE
When was the Northern Renaissiance?
1400-1500 CE
When was the High Renaissnance?
1400-1540 CE
When was mannerism?
1520-1580 CE
When was Baroque?
1590-1650 CE
When was Rococo?
1700-1780 CE
Church of St. Etinenne

Normaday, France

1064
what?

where?

when?
notre dame

paris

1163
what

where

when
giotto

the lamentation

1305

Arena Chapel
who

what

when
jan van eyck

arnolfini wedding

1434
who

what

when
Leonardo

Virgin with st. anne

1500
who?

what?

when?
Raphael

The Small Cowper Madonna

1505
who?

what?

when?
Raphael

The Small Cowper Madonna

1505
who?

what?

when?
peter paul rubens

the rasing of the cross

1609
who?

what?

when?
fagonard

the meeting

1771
who?

what?

when?
450 BCE

Greek
when

what
220 bce
when
where was the chavin found?
coastal and highlands
when was the chavin around?
900-200 BCE
Where was the Moche located?
north and central coast
When was the Moche around?
1-700 BCE
Where was the Nazca located?
south coastal
When was the Nazca around?
300-800 BCE
Where was the Tiaunacho found?
highland
when was the Tiaunacho around?
400-1000 BCE
Where was the Huari located?
both Highland and coastal
when were the Huari around?
600-1000 BCE
450 BCE

Greek
when

what
chavin de huntar

raimondi stela

7 feet granite

ca. 400 BCE
who?

what?

when?
what is a state level society?
both the moche and the huari had state level socities, a military, classes, specialized labor, ,monetary systems
what is corporate art?
better made ceramics for non-domestic use that served as a vehicle for disemminating the prevalent religious beliefs and/or political dogma
moche, line drawing, 1-600 CE
what? when? who?
moche

moche ceramics

1-600 CE
who?

what?

when?
nazca
who?
nazca
who?
huari

600-1000 CE
who?

when?
Tianchuanco

Gateway of the Sun

staff bearer

66-1000 CE
who?

where?

what?
Olmecs

1200-400 BCE
who?

when?

what?
Olmec
who
palenque
what
Palenque

Pacal

ca. 650
who

what

when
Mayan

Tikal


200-950 CE
who

what

when
copan ballcourt
what
chitchen iza

mayan
what
mayan
what
Tula 900 CE
WHAT
la venta
WHAT
Chitzna Iza Ballcourt
WHAT
Church of St. Foy, France
Conques, France
1150
What
Church of the Dormition
1080
Byzantine/Romanesque
WHAT
Simone Martini, Annunciation, 1333
W
Cimabue, Virgin & Child Enthroned, 1280
W
Robert Campin, MerodeAltarpiece, 1425
W
Michelangelo
DoniMadonna, 1503
W
DipylonVase ca. 750 BCE
•Geometric Period
W
OrientalizingPeriod, black figure white ground
•700 –600 BCE
W
Archaic
•The Suicide of Ajax
•By Exekias
•540 BCE
•Black figure on red
•amphora
W
Death of Sarpedon
•Euphronios
•Calyx krater, 515 BCE
W
Kroisos
•525 BCE



•Kore
•570 BCE
W
KritiosBoy
•480 BCE
•Classical Sculpture
•S -curve
W
Lacoon, 175 BCE is a late greek sculpture and also _________.
archaic
what is patronage?
the real driving force in art, muesuems need to ake money, about who pays for paitnings, ect.
________ has a huge effect on painting.
patronage
________ is a style as well as a movement.
Futurism
Romanesque proceeded __________.
gothic architecture
Romanesque figures look ________.
barely human
In Romanesque, there was always _______ on the right, and ______ on the left.
good, evil
When do Giotto's frescos eventually appear?
1300
When is the Gothic Art Era?
1140-1275
What are some general elements of gothic architecture?
rose central windows
flying butresses (built due to tall building)
spires
lots of ordamnetnation
pointed arches
What's the difference between Romaneque churches and Gothic churches?
Romanesque is more simplified, heavier form of Gothic.
What are the similarities of Romanesque and Gothic?
stangent repetitive figures
What is formalism?
looked at different churches and get feel for the style
What kind of Cathedral is reims?
Gothic
What kind of cathderal is the Nortre Dame?
Gothic
What are some characteristics of bisintine art?
gold leaf, halo
Who does Brett Beatty credit as the first early renassiance painter?
Giotto
What kind of artist is Jan and Hubert Van Eyck (1432)?
Norhtern Renaissance
What are some elements of Early Renaissance?
triangle is big
N. Renassiance had bright colors

Most early renassiance were italian painters
_______ was very fluid in Michealangelo's pieces.
Lines
Davinchi and Raphael were examples of the _________.
Italian Renassiance
Raphael was known to use
red, yellow, and blue
Unlike the Renassiance, _______ used a different color pallete, human proportion, and artists would streach out the neck and hands
mannerism
When did the Baroque movement start?
1609
What are some characteristics of Baroque?
more muscles

extremely violent movement

diagonal movements

use light as source of drama

use on point light to highlight

creates drama, thus different from Renassiance
What are some elements of Rococo?
indicative of time period

French King Interior Palace

Gold, rococo interior deisgn

misty

whimsical paintings
who was the first ruler in Egpyt?
Narmer
What king unifed both upper and lower Egypt?
Narmer
What are three ways to look at Egyptian canon?
#1 groudn plane, implied space, flat see it sculpture, painting, low and high relifef
Egyptians, when they did do sculpture, wasn't ______________ who did the artwork.
everyday citizens
Lacoon, 175 BCE is a late greek sculpture and also _________.
archaic
what is patronage?
the real driving force in art, muesuems need to ake money, about who pays for paitnings, ect.
________ has a huge effect on painting.
patronage
________ is a style as well as a movement.
Futurism
Romanesque proceeded __________.
gothic architecture
Romanesque figures look ________.
barely human
In Romanesque, there was always _______ on the right, and ______ on the left.
good, evil
When do Giotto's frescos eventually appear?
1300
When is the Gothic Art Era?
1140-1275
What are some general elements of gothic architecture?
rose central windows
flying butresses (built due to tall building)
spires
lots of ordamnetnation
pointed arches
What's the difference between Romaneque churches and Gothic churches?
Romanesque is more simplified, heavier form of Gothic.
What are the similarities of Romanesque and Gothic?
stangent repetitive figures
What is formalism?
looked at different churches and get feel for the style
What kind of Cathedral is reims?
Gothic
What kind of cathderal is the Nortre Dame?
Gothic
what is one canon in Egypt?
the standing canon
__________ dictated what the art looked lik
Paraoah
______ were not depicted often in corporate egyptian art.
women
Dosjer Motif:
step forward

fists

slender beard
Middle Kingdom figures were not very ______________.
lifelike
__________, a woman, was one of the most powerful pharoahs.
Hapsepsut
When was the rule of Ramses II?
19th dynasty, 1279-1212
Ramses II was often depicted ____________.
killing captves
What Paraoah deviated from the Egyptian canon?
Ahkenaten
When was the Amarna Period, and who was in charge of this drasstic change?
1352-1336 BCE

Ahkenaten
What does Pre-Columbian refer to?
art that was before Columbus hit the americas
canons are not regulated by _______.
laws
Hauri were _________.
extensive militarisitc people
Chavin comes just before ________.
Haurin.
what does antropomorphic mean?
mixed human and animal
What are some characteristics of Moche?
did a lot of irrigating, fishing, took slaves.
what are some elements of moche?
spears that run, lots of sexual innuendos in artwork
The Huari had the motif of a ____________.
staff bearer
The _____________ was used in almost all Huarian textiles.
staff bearer
What are some elements of Olmec culture?
jade was a popular stone
lots of feline references
collosal heads
Mayan ball games were also seen as ________ in nature
religious
Tula has almost __________ figures.
geometric
Julius Caesar was killed...
March 15 44 BC
When was Trajan?
98 –117 CE
When was Hadrian?
117 –138 CE
When was Diocletian?
284 –305 CE
When was Constantine?
307 –337 CE
When was The Tetrarchs?
284 CE
Octavian Augustus Caesar ruled...
27 BCE –13 CE
Augustus of Prima Porta
•20 BCE
•9 miles outside Rome at residence of wife Livia
When did Constantine the Great rule?
307 –337 CE
what were some characteristics of Constantine?
Move capitol from Rome to Byzantium
•Istanbul/Constantinople
•Made Christianity the official Roman Religion, but still appreciated the Roman Pantheon of Gods
•Last Great Roman Emperor
one point perspective
...
two point perspective
...
Temple of HeraI
•Archaic
•Doric
•PastaeumItaly
•550 BCE
W
SiphnianTreasury
•Delphi
•Archaic
W
Parthenon, Acropolis, Athens
•447 –438 BCE
•Kallikratesand IktinosArchitects
W
Relief sculpture from the east pediment
•Note: wet drappery
W
Classical
•Acropolois, Athens
•Erectheon
•Craryatids
•420 BCE
W
Nike of Samothrace
•Ca 190 BCE
•Helenistic
W
Pergamon, Turkey
•166 –156 BCE
•Temple of Zeus
•Hellenistic
W
Etruscan Sarcophagus –Archaic Smile –6thc. BCE Cerveteri
W
•Villa of Livia
•1stc. BCE
•2ndStyle
•Villa Farnesina
•20 BCE
•3rdstyle
W
Nero’s Golden House
•3rdstyle, ornate
W
Augustus Caesar
1stc. BCE
W
AraPacis–Altar of Augustan Peace
•13 –9 BCE
W
Vespasian 75 CE
W
Titus 79 –81 CE
W
Piranesi
•Arch of Titus
•Etching ca. 1750
W
Arch of Titus
Menorah Precession
W
Trajan98 –117
•Column of Trajan
W
Arch of Trajan
114 CE
W
Timgad, North Africa, 114 CE Trajan
W
Hadrian 117 –138 CE
•Pantheon, Rome 130 CE
W
Pannini
•1750
•Pantheon
W
Hadrian’s Villa at Tivoli
W
Temple of ForunaVirilis, 2ndc. CE
W
Diocletian
•284 –305 CE
•The Tetrarchs
•St. Mark’s Venice
W
Basilica at Trier310 CE
•Byzantine, Romanesque, Constantine
W
Seurat, A Sunday on La Grande Jatte, 1884
•Pointilism
W
E. Nolde
Dance Around the Golden Calf
1910
Colors?
Value?
Shade?
Perspective?
W
David
•By Bernini
•1623
W
The Penitent Magdalen
•Donatello
•1453
W
Velazquez
•Las Meninas
•1656
W
Vermeer
•Woman Holding Scale
•1664
W
Toulouse Latrec, At the Moulin Rouge, 1892
W
Old Kingdom
•Menkaureand Wife
•4thDyn. 2515
W
______ is classical greek art.
480-320
Geometric
_______
Classical
Archaic
What is an example of classical greek?
The parthenon
Who started the Greek Geometric Period?
The Olmecs
When we get to late Classical greek, _______________ was founded
London
Julius Caesar invades the gulf at
30 BCE
A diplyon case, ca. 750 bce, was around the
geometric period
What are some elements of the orientalizing period?
black figure with white ground, decorative, small stylized, darker colors inside larger shapes
When was the archaic period and what were some of its charactersitics?
600-480 BCE, black on bugg, black on white
Who was a famous potter in Greece?
Exekias
What kind of jar is an amphora?
a long thick vase
what kind of jars is a clzus krater
looks like regular pot
what kind of jar is a kylx
looks like a wine glass
Greek sculpture also put _________________.
foot forawrd
What are some elements of the classical structure?
has weight shift, unlike archiac, generic face such as archaic, but the structure seems to have a bit more
What is the difference between the archaic and the classical?
The archaic has more stiffness, with classical teh musculature have more depth
Go over the different types of structures in a temple.
...
The Temple of Athena Nike, ionic, 425 BCE is an example of
classical
Octavian/Agrippa beat ________, so...
Marc Antony

Marc Antony and Cleopatra fled to Egpyt
After Trajan, ________ were taking over Rome.
generals
Rome was founded in ______/
500 BCE
What are some characteristics of 2nd style?
look like on columns, reminiscent of early renaissnace, a lot of Roman painting done indiviually
what are characteristics of 3rd style?
painting is more decoarative, ornate, and there is also more blank space
Why was it said that Octavian Augustus Cawear was a great emporer?
reined for 41 years
what arches usually had madallions?
arch of constatine