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- Paleolithic


Ziggurat


- Mesopotamia

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Figurines of Tell Asmar


- scale hierarchy


- social hierarchy




- Egyptian, Old Kingdom


Surdab Statues




- Egyptian, New Kingdom


Columns


- Minoan


Fresco


- Minoan


Lion Gate


- Mycenians


Geometric style


- true classical= Greek


Kure Figures
- paint= encaustic

Kure Figures


- paint= encaustic




Blueprint Palace


- Doric order


White Ground Vessel


Attic Red Figure




Parthenon


- parthenos= virgin


- Athena's house


- Classical from golden age of Athens


- Deli League fell apart after Peloponnesian war (ended classical period)


- exterior= doric order


- correct defects of nature


- contrapasto


- classical


- classical


- legs as long as torso


Theatre


- greeks invented tragedy


- Father of tragedy= Aeschylus


Missing arm Statues


- Late Classical


1. male looks more feminine


2. first time to see nude female


Leoccoan


- Hellenistic


- Michael Angelo identified this work of art


Wet T-shirt look on boat


- Hellenistic


- Hellenistic

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Altar of Zeus at Pergamon


- turning things upside down


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- Roman


-augury: deterring the will of gods based off of natural instincts


- Roman ingenuity:


1. invented concrete and new brick




Roman Partician


- ancestor worship


- if you live long looking like crap, you lived well


Augustus/ Octavian


- Roman emperial




Ara Pacis


- gift to Olivia

Pantheon


- created by Adrienne


- largest concrete dome structure


Coliseum


- gladiators= Roman Virtue (Honor above life)


- Bottom to top:


1. doric


2. ionic


3. corinthian


Eye of Sofia


- Roman Empire/ Byzantine


- central church


- pendentive: 4 massive arches coming together at right angles, and concrete fills the triangles in between


Dome of Rock


- Islamic


- not a musk, but it is a monument


- conveying Islamic is third and last religion


1. Jewish


2. Christianity


3. Islamic


- 622= year 1


Ceiling monument


- early christian


- christ the good Shepherd (youthful)


- Do not see crucifixion for the first 6 centuries


- doctrine of original sin


- orant figures


- Barbarian


1. animal interrelates motif


Charlemeign on Horse


- christmas eve of 800= when he was crowned holy roman emperor


- first equestrian bronze since roman time


Palentine Chapel


- Influenced by byzantine church in San___?___


- created by Charlemeign




Stone monument


- gothic


- england adopted gothic style first


Mary with Jesus


- Famous artist Giatto


- queen of heaven= Mary


- Italy wanted to embrace humanity of sacred figures


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Donatello David


- first life size bronze nude


- Renaissance


Equestrian Monument


- first life size, bronze equestrian monument since Roman time


Dome of Florence


- Brunellesci


- supports itself


Holy Trinity


- linear perspective


- life size


- first to apply 1 point perspective to large scale fresco


St. James Led


- multiple one point perspective


Birth of Venus


- Botticelli


La Primavera


- Botticelli works survived because he was not under reign of France


- representation of the three graces, and mercury bringing in the seasons


- three graces= coming of age


- church by Brunelleschi


- chapel designed for family


Pieta


- simpler unity


- Raphael


- gave def to renaissance man


- wrote book modeled after Da vinci


-Raphael promoted this other worldly quality in his work, generic idealized beauty


-Raphael was also a great architect/painter, and active in saving antiquities. He became the head of antiquities in Rome and his dying wish was to be buried in the Roman Pantheon, to this day he is the only individual buried there.

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St. Peter


- multi artists including angelo


comedy del rate


- #1 theatre


- improv


- women could act on stage


- artists= Bronzino


- mannerism


- non-natural


- mannerism art


- artist= Parmigianino


- council of trent did not advocate mannerist art


- northern renaissance


- invented oil paint


- Jon Van Eyck= artist


- all seeing eye of god


- northern renaissance


- artist= Bosch


- salvation is hopeless


- critical of the church


- Durer


1. tried to introduce Italian renaissance to North


2. introduced painting as sophisticated


Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse


- Durer = friends with Luther


- art was printed in newspapers


- morality plays were still around (hell mouth on bottom left corner)



Shakespeare


-mastered genre of theatre