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Roman mosaic duplicate of Greek painting - Alexander the Great vanquishing the Persian ... brings the message alive utilizing pictures or models (the work is
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Survey Session Art 101 Mid-term Exam Fall 2003

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Things to audit Important ideas Review of different media Artwork highlights from every period

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PART ONE Important Concepts Possible T/F, coordinating, paper questions Know the essential thought and have the capacity to remember it in a show-stopper

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The "Heavenly Ruler" The lord, head, or other political pioneer is set up as something more than mortal. They are given their office my celestial intercession (god\'s representation on earth) or They are the physical exemplification of the god itself

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Divine Ruler Palette of King Narmer - Egyptian Augustus of Primaporta - Roman

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Abstract versus Representational Art Representational - craftsmanship planned to practically portray something from life (or, something genuine) Abstract - a picture made by taking something from, or abstracting, a life-like question Even a photo is "dynamic" since it takes a three-dimensional protest and compels it into just two measurements

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Representational picture (Egypto-Roman picture painting) Abstracted structures (Cycladic statuette)

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The "Law" of Frontality with a specific end goal to delineate a man totally, you needed to incorporate however much of that individual in the picture as could reasonably be expected. Typically saved for eminence, yet not generally The figures are deliberately dreamy Book of the Dead (detail) - Egyptian Palette of King Narmer Egyptian

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Foreshortening instead of the level, frontal style of a few works Where the body is delineated all the more normally, where objects get littler as they escape, shapes cover, and so forth

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Foreshortening NO YES Etruscan Tomb Fresco (subtle element) Frontality Roman Mythological Fresco

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Contrapposto Italian for "counterpoise" The nonsymmetrical figure is very still, yet good to go - "the stance of potential movement" Weight laying on one leg

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Contrapposto Hermes and Infant Bacchus by stone worker Praxiteles (Greek) Knidos Aphrodite likewise by Praxiteles

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Pathos A passionate component in the masterpiece Subject is intended to inspire an enthusiastic reaction from the viewer Dignified enduring Dying Gaul - Greek Dying Nyobid - Greek

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Characteristics of the "Established" Style In model/painting/and so on. Drapery, normally in type of robe sort garments Pathos The quest for the "perfect" magnificence In design Columns Pediment The post and lintel framework

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Classical Artwork Three Goddesses from the Parthenon pediment Greek Nike of Samothrace - Greek

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Classical Architecture Parthenon - on the Athens acropolis - Greek

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Form and Content The best gems will incorporate both: Mastery of structure - a picture demonstrating the craftsman\' expert over the MEDIA they utilize. Substance, or Meaning - the work will have some message or thought communicated past being only a photo Portrait Bust of Queen Nefertete Egyptian Nike of Samothrace Greek

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Composition The deliberate course of action of articles, shapes on the photo plane The game plan relies on upon the substance of the work (it\'s motivation) and the way the craftsman needs the viewer to take a gander at the picture. The region of essential significance The course of the movement of the eye Roman mosaic duplicate of Greek painting - Alexander the Great crushing the Persian armed force

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Canon A recipe that should make the ideal human structure Based on scientific standards representing extent Reflects the confidence in "supreme magnificence" Myron\'s Discobulus Greek Praxiteles\' Aphrodite Egyptian

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Illustration A craftsmanship question that goes with a story - brings the message alive utilizing pictures or models (the work is "illustrative") Villa of Mysteries, Pompeii fresco (Roman) Herakles Wrestling Lion (Greek dark figure pot)

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Arch The design structure spearheaded by the Etruscans and embraced by the Romans. The Romans utilized it widely and it, joined with the barrel vault, permitted them to fabricate to a great degree vast solid structures.

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Barrel Vault A building space made by a long line of curves. Permitted the Romans to make substantial indoor spaces. Utilized for shower houses and other city structures.

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Esthetics The branch of theory managing the way of excellence.

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Ziggurat Mesopotamian tower structure The tower of Babel in Genesis 11 is a case.

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Apse Colonnade Nave Aisle Atrium Narthex Basilica The structural configuration made by the Romans for expansive open spaces. Received by the Christians after Constantine for chapel structures.

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Vellum Bleached creature skin. Created by the Greeks as the "paper" for books. Lit up original copies are regularly made out of vellum.

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"Creature Style" Early medieval, beautiful style of cutting generally found on the individual apparatus of brutes/wanderers. Cut into complex creature shapes.

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Romanesque the term connected to workmanship delivered toward the end the "dull ages." Derived from the roman-like curves and segments utilized as a part of church engineering.

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Groin Vault the term used to portray the crossing point of two barrel vaults.

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Gothic The worldwide style of chapel engineering that initially showed up in France in ±1137 and spread all through Europe. Most effectively recognized by the flying braces and pointed curves that permit to a great degree high roofs and heaps of windows/light.

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Flying Buttresses Arches associated with the outside of a Gothic house of prayer that backing the heaviness of the high roof, taking ceaselessly the requirement for thick, block dividers. Considers various, substantial, recolored glass windows.

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Tympaneum The semi-round range over the primary access to a Romanesque or Gothic church building. A typical area for vast scale low-and high-help figure.

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PART TWO Media Review Relief versus in-the-round Marble Terracotta Bronze Tempera Black/Red figure (Greek ceramics) Fresco Encaustic Mosaic

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High Relief High Relief versus in-the-round Low Relief Gods versus Mammoths Siphnian Treasury, Greek Free-Standing (in the round) Free-Standing (in the round) Prince Rahotep and Nofrete Egyptian Kore (female figure) - Archaic Greek

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Terracotta (mud) Marble Octavius portrayed as Mercury (Roman) Apollo, from Veii (Etruscan)

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Bronze Charioteer - Greek Poseidon (or Zeus?) - Greek

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Black-and Red-figure Greek Pottery

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Fresco Pigment connected specifically to wet mortar to dry set up "Patio nursery" fresco on mass of loft - Roman

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Encaustic Fresco Painted in liquid wax - extremely solid Pigment connected straightforwardly to wet mortar to dry set up "Greenery enclosure" fresco on mass of flat - Roman Egypto-Roman representation painting

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Mosaic A picture made out of small bits of shaded stone (Roman) and later glass (Byzantines). At the point when seen from a separation, the bits of shading blend to frame a picture.

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PART THREE Highlights from Each Period See the Website:

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