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African Art William V. Ganis, PhD
Nok Head from Jemaa, Nigeria 5th century B.C.E. terracotta 9 13/16 in. high
Nok Head from Jemaa, Nigeria 5th century B.C.E. terracotta 14 3/16 in. high
Equestrian figure on fly-whisk hilt from Igbo-Ukwu, Nigeria 9th to 10th century copper -alloy bronze 6 3/4 in. high
King from Ife, Nigeria 11th to 12th century zinc brass 18 1/2 in. high
Ivory belt mask of a Queen Mother (Idia) from Benin, Nigeria mid-16th century ivory and iron 9 3/8 in. high
Altar of the Hand from Benin, Nigeria 17th to 18th century brass 17 1/2 in. high
Warrior Chief and Attendants from Benin, Nigeria ca brass 18 3/4 in. high
Mother and Child from Djenne, Mali 11th to 14th century terracotta 11 in. high
Eastern façade of Friday Mosque Djenne, Mali 13th century, rebuilt
Sapi warrior from Sierra Leone 15th century serpentine 7 1/2 in. high
Master of the Symbolic Execution Saltcellar Sapi-Portuguese from Sierra Leone 15th to 16th century ivory 16 7/8 in. high
Conical Tower from Great Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe 15th century
Conical Tower from Great Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe 15th century
Bird with crocodile image on top of stone monolith from Great Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe 15th century soap stone bird image 14 1/2 in. high
African Art William V. Ganis, PhD. Today you are an art critic For each work of art 1.Write the title 2.Write a description of what you see 3.Tell what.
African Art Vocabulary. Cattle being Tended, Algeria, BCE.
Early African Art South from the Sahara. “The continent of Africa is too large to describe. It is a veritable ocean, a separate planet, a varied, immensely.
1 Chapter 19 Africa Before African Art - Overview Greater African peoples in general Decoration of the body to express identity and status Community.
1 Chapter 19 Africa Before 1800 Africa Pre Africa Before 1800.
AFRICA BEFORE 1800 CHAPTER 13. IDENTIFY CULTURE AND TITLE.
CROWNED HEAD OF A YORUBA RULER From Ife, Nigeria. Yoruba, 12th-15th century CE. Zinc brass, height 9-7/16" (24 cm). Museum of Ife Antiquities, Ife, Nigeria.
Art Through the Ages Volume I Early African Art. African Art Philosophy: Art was created and conserved to honor the ancestors in preparation of the afterlife.
African Art. African Artists and Aesthetics Purposes: To identify the position of the artist in various African societies. To consider the creative process.
Incised Ochre Plaque, Blombos Cave, South Africa, c. 7,000 BCE Cattle being tended, detail from rock wall painting, Algeria, c BCE Bird Head,
The Royal Art of Benin Found in southwestern Nigeria -Objects consist of commemorative busts and ritual items for members of the royal family Vast majority.
Chapter Twenty Africa Prepared by Kelly Donahue-Wallace Randal Wallace University of North Texas Gardner's Art through the Ages, Concise Edition by Fred.
Africa Before 1800 Ben Tucker, Josh Hampshire, Nate Harris Period 3.
Early African Art Chapter 13. Historical Background 0 Africa has more indiginous languages than any other location 0 Plagued by war and fighting (Hutus.
Sculptures of Ancient Nigeria : Nok, Igbo Ukwu, Ife, Benin (Edo-Bini) 2500 BP (500 BC) –1897 AD.
Crowned Head of a King. 12th–15th century CE. Height 9 7/16”.
Chapter 15 Africa Before 1800 Kim Dinh Riley Gamboa.
AFRICA BEFORE 1800 GARDNER 15-2 PP th to 18 th CENTURIES – DEJENNE TERRACOTTAS Archer, from Djenne, Mali, 13 th to 15 th century, terracotta.
Ancient African Art By: Karen Flores. Background Info The city of Ife in Southwestern Nigeria is known as the “navel of the world”, in other words the.
Sculptures of Ancient Nigeria: Nok, Igbo Ukwu, Ife, Benin (Edo-Bini) 2500 BP (500 BC) –1897 AD.
African Art. Art is……… A basic form of communication A basic form of communication All art has a practical, personal or cultural function All art has.
Lagbaja. Sculptures of Ancient Nigeria : Nok, Igbo Ukwu, Ife, Benin (Edo-Bini) 2500 BP (500 BC) –1897 AD.
1 Chapter 14 and 15 Test review Gardner’s Art Through the Ages, 13e.
NON-WESTERN ART SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA. Spiritual rites are central to traditional African culture Include art, music, narrative and dance 3 distinct types.
Will only have 1 or 2 questions relating to African Art. –Based on the 4 images I gave you. Test is Primarily Ancient Near East & Egyptian.
Africa CE. Enduring Understandings Human life and art has radiated from Africa well beyond the continent. African arts are active, motivate.
Nok Culture -Found in North central Nigeria off the edge of the Jos Plateau -The oldest known example of terracotta sculpture in Africa south of the Sahara.
Chapter Twelve The Arts of Africa. The Role of Art in African Cultures Visual integrated with: Music, dance, and drama Present/ spiritual: Emphasizes.
Unit: 6 Africa STYLE of ART This symbol indicates that there is a video on KHAN Academy This symbol indicates that there is a video on You Tube, Smart.
ART AND AESTHETICS: The Artistic Enterprise in Pre/Postcolonial African Societies.
AFRICAN CULTURE From the Great Zimbabwe to 15 th century Kilwa to medieval Timbuktu evidence shows that Africans were a proud, productive, creative people!
African Sculpture and its influence on modern art.
Igbo Ukwu. Map of Nigeria depicting the various ancient cultures.
African Aesthetics Beauty defined- Manifestations of beauty: outer and inner The useful, the functional, the complete, the appropriate The Head– outer.
African Civilizations Early African civilizations (the Nok and the Khoi/San) The Yoruba Kingdoms of Ife and Benin The Niger River Civilizations (Ghana,
Unit 3: Global Art Developed by Cynthia Millis and Lisa Wildermuth for Online Model ARTS 1303 Course
Chapter Twenty The People and Cultures of Africa Afropop: African World Music.
Africa Chapters 15 & 32. Conical tower and circular wall of Great Zimbabwe. Southeastern Zimbabwe. Shona peoples. C CE. Coursed granite blocks.
Sculptures of Ancient Nigeria: NOK and IGBO UKWU.
Friday –TURN IN: Ch. 15 & Ch.34 worksheet (to me) 1.Beginning (5 min) finish putting together posters. 2.(3 min) presentations (everyone take notes).please.
All You Ever Wanted to Learn About African Art Part II Exploration, Colonization, and Independence By: Liz, Jack, and Brandon Wood and Child in Tow By:
Peoples of the Forests and Plains (Central Africa) Chapter 8 (4 of 4)
1 Modern Africa. Ancestor Reliquaries In some areas, ancestor veneration takes material from as collections of cranial and other bones gathered in special.
The Modernist Implantation in Nigeria: Aina Onabolu and Kenneth D. Murray.
African Civilizations Culturally, the term African makes about as much sense as “Eurasian” White racism and Afrocentrism continue to make understanding.
West African Art. West African Art Emphasizes… Sculpture and the Human Form Functionality – Art as a component of music, dance, ritual, social life. Anthropomorphism.
African Art Pre-history and early cultures BCE-1000 CE 11 th -15 th century 16 th -18 th century.
Anais Fernandez P.I ARE 4341 Special Teaching Lab Art in the Grades 6-12 Professor W. Ritzi October 9, 2008 Visual Resources for the Art Classroom.
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