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Sculpture The oldest surviving art objects are sculptures made from bone, ivory, stone or antlers. They are engraved, carved in relief or three-dimensional
Venus of Willendorf
Easter Island Monoliths
The Dying Lioness
Cave Painting Most commonly images of bison, deer, horses, cattle and boars that are pierced with arrows Located in far recesses of caves, away from the sunlit entrances
Cave Painting at Lascaux, France
Egypt Sculpture and paintings followed a rigid formula for representing the human figure
Egypt Sculpture: Standing or seated with few projecting breakable parts Pose is always frontal & bisymmetrical with arms close to the torso
Egyptian Carving (notice the size)
Egypt Paintings Rigid figures often with one leg advanced Size indicated rank
Tomb of Rameses
Book of the Dead
Greece Greek artists achieves a breakthrough in realistic trompe l’oeil effects. Their paintings were so lifelike that birds would peck at the murals of painted fruit.
Still Life with Glass Bowl of Fruit and Vase
Greece Vase Painting Earliest style was red clay with black forms Later style was a black base with a red form
Dionysus in a Sailboat
Dionysus in a Sailboat- Detail
Medias Name Vase
Medias Name Vase-Detail
Hercules Attacking a Centaur
Greece- Sculpture Contrapposto The weight of the body rested on one leg with rest of the body realigned accordingly Illusion of the figure in arrested motion
Doryphoros by Polyskeitos
Aphrodite of Knidos
Greece- Architecture Greek Temples became the standard for much of our modern architecture Think of all the banks, museums and buildings that look like Greek temples
Temple of Poseidon
Greece- Architecture Column Types: Doric: less embellished Ionic: scroll-work top Corinthian: stylized leaves on top
Greek Column Types
Art History 4 Ancient Greek Art. Greek Art Timeline
GREEK ART. Iktinos and Kallikrates, BC. The Parthenon, Classical Period, Marble, 228 ft. X 104 ft., Columns 34 ft. H., Athens.
Prehistoric art. Prehistoric cave art-Lascaux, France.
Greece’s Golden and Hellenistic ages Ch 6 section 1 Greek art of the golden age.
Ancient Civilizations Test Review. Stand for true. Sit for false. Paleolithic means “old stone age”
Greek Visual Art Sculpture & Architecture. Archaic Beginnings of realism Contrapposto: naturalistic/one leg carries the weight, one leg free Read pg.
EGYPTIAN ART PAINTING AND SCULPTURE. EGYPTIAN ART Every example of Egyptian art from any time period strictly adheres to the same style. – There is a.
Prehistoric / Stone Age Art 25,000 – 2,000 B.C.E..
Compare and contrast the two paintings below. The left is an eastern landscape and the right is a western rendition.
Jeopardy $100 Greek Pottery Egyptian Art Mesopotamia Roman Art Prehistoric $200 $300 $400 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400.
Greek Art of the Golden Age Pg.1 Greek Art of the Golden Age Pg.1 In 400 B.C. Greece entered a new era of cultural progress called the Golden Age of Greek.
The Archaic Period 620 to 490/80 BCE.
Prehistoric, Ancient Art and Egyptian, Classical, and Medieval Art Senior Exam 2012 Visual Art one.
ANCIENT GREECE 900 B.C. – 31 B.C. The Philosophy that the Greeks work around: “Man is the measure of all things” – Protagoras Considered them selves: “The.
Prehistoric Cave Art and Sculpture
Ancient Greece 1000 BCE – 323 BCE. Greek Visual Art Greek visual art is mainly five forms: architecture, sculpture, painting, pottery and jewelry making.
The Archaic Period 620 to 490/80 BCE. Temple Architecture – use book 1.stylobate 2.fluting 3.capital 4.volute 5.Doric order 6.Ionic order 7.pediment 8.frieze.
Bell Work Directions: Take the NOTES on the back table and answer the following questions: 1)What is ‘art’? 2)Why do societies create art? 3)What can be.
Greek Art Introduction:
Marsh. Greek Architecture There are three main characteristics of Greek architecture: columns, carvings, and marble.
+ The Fine Arts Lily Koza. + Egyptian Art Egypt was full of skilled Artisans. Artisans maintained a specific technique and were not allowed signing or.
GREEK AND ROMAN ART GREEK ART. Greek art. The birthplace and the zenith of Western Art Proportion, balance, unity- KEY IDEALS Harmony and idealized beauty.
TIMELINE: Greece. Greece The culture of the ancient Greeks used Egyptian and Assyrian ideas as building blocks with traditional Greek prehistoric folk.
The “Golden Age” of Athens Period of great achievements in arts and sciences. Period of great achievements in arts and sciences. Athens rebuilt by Pericles,
Introducing Cave Art Mrs. Barbier AVI-10.
A whole class teaching tool created by Paul Turner, Round Diamond School.
Prehistoric Art AVI 101. Art shows what is IMPORTANT at that time.
Unit 2: Prehistoric to Medieval Art
Much of Greek art was centered on: a. The human figure and human experiences b. City life versus Farm life c. The family tree of the gods d. Roman art.
Art and Architecture of the Ancient World. Paleolithic Period Venus of Willendorf (20,000 B.C.)*35 – Found in Austria – Fertility symbol – Exaggeration.
Greek and Roman Terms From the Mona Lisa Art Book.
Egyptian Painting & Low Relief Carving Kevin J. Benoy.
Greek Theatre, Art & Architecture
Greece III. Architecture A. Columns a. Columns are part of Post and Lintel type construction.
Sculpture: Elements, Principle, and Periods
What do you think cave people made paint from?.
Art, Philosophy, & Science
The Parthenon - Athens.
Greek Art of the Golden Age
Art History A BRIEF Overview. Pre-Historic Art Art created before the invention of writing. Cave Painting, France 30,000 – 28,000 BCE Told stories, passed.
CLASSICIAL STYLE. N.B. the Etruscan area in Northern Italy, which is critical for all Western civilization!
Greek Art 2: Transitional, Classical, and Hellenistic.
SS.6.G.4.1 The Golden Age of Athens. Athens’ Golden Age From about B.C.E., Athens experienced a period of great peace and wealth. The threat.
Test 01 Ancient Art Test 01 1.What type of column is this? a.Doric b.Corinthian c.Ionic d.Classical.
Chapter 5: Ancient Greece Lesson 7: Early Classical.
Greek Art Chapter 5. Geometric Period Very typical of this period were large funerary vases designed to hold votive offerings Decoration was primarily.
Ancient Greek Art BC All information taken from undergrad Art History notes or Gardner’s Art Through the Ages, 12 edition. All images found using.
Ancient Egyptian Art.
Brief History of clay Prehistoric origins.
Chapter Eight The Art of Ancient Greece. History of Greek City-States Continuing rivalry Formed Delian League – Defensive alliance against Persian invaders.
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