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1st semester reivew part 3

  1. 1. Late Antiquity
  2. 2. Good ShepherdCatacomb of Pietro and Marcellino, Rome,Italyearly 4th centuryfresco
  3. 3. Sarcophagus of Junius Bassusfrom Rome, Italyca. 359marble3 ft. 10 1/2 in. x 8 ft.
  4. 4. Old Saint Peter’s Basilica (plan)Rome, Italyca. 3201. Nave2. Aisles3. Apse4. Transept5. Narthex6. Atrium
  5. 5. Santa CostanzaRome, Italyca. 337-351
  6. 6. Mausoleum of Galla PlacidiaRavenna, Italyca. 425
  7. 7. Christ as the Good Shepherdfrom the entrance wall of the Mausoleum of Galla PlacidiaRavenna, Italyca. 425tessera mosaic
  8. 8. Rossano Gospelsearly 6th centurytempera on purple vellum11 x 10 1/4 in.
  9. 9. Suicide of Judas and Crucifixionfrom a casketca. 420ivory3 x 3 7/8 in.
  10. 10. BYZANTINE ARTThe four F’s• FLAT• FORMAL• FRONTAL• FLOATING
  11. 11. Anthemius of Tralles & Isidorus of MiletusHagia SophiaConstantinpole, (Istanbul), Turkey532-537
  12. 12. Anthemius of Tralles &Isidorus of MiletusHagia SophiaConstantinpole, (Istanbul), Turkey532-537pendentive
  13. 13. San VitaleRavenna, Italy526-547
  14. 14. San VitaleRavenna, Italy526-547
  15. 15. Justinian, Bishop Maximianus and attendantsnorth wall apse mosaic, San VitaleRavenna, Italyca. 547mosaic
  16. 16. Theodora and attendantssouth wall apse mosaic, San VitaleRavenna, Italyca. 547mosaic
  17. 17. Saint Apollinaris amid sheepSant’Apollinare in ClasseRavenna, Italy533-549mosaic
  18. 18. Transfiguration of Jesusapse mosaic, Church of the VirginMonastery of Saint CatherineMount Sinai, Egyptca. 565mosaicmandorla
  19. 19. Virgin (Theotokos) and Childbetween Saints Theodore and George, iconFrom Monastery of Saint CatherineMount Sinai, Egypt6th or early 7th centuryencaustic on wood2 ft. 3 in. x 1 ft. 7 3/8 in.
  20. 20. Justinian as world conqueror(Barberini Ivory)mid-6th centuryivory1 ft. 1 1/2 in. x 10 1/2 in.-narrative-classical influence
  21. 21. Saint Michael the Archangelearly-6th centuryivory1 ft. 5 in. x 5 1/2 in.-space-classical influence-patron saint of Hagia Sophia
  22. 22. Pantocratordome mosaicin the Church of the DormitionDaphni, Greececa. 1090-1100mosaic
  23. 23. PantocratorCathedral at MonrealeMonreale, Sicily, Italyca. 1180-1190mosaic
  24. 24. Virgin (Theotokos) and Child, iconLate 11th to early 12th centurytempera on wood2 ft. 6 1/2 in. x 1 ft. 9 in.
  25. 25. Andrei RublyevThree Angels, iconca. 1410tempera on wood4 ft. 8 in. x 3 ft. 9 in.
  26. 26. Early Medieval ArtTribesVikingsHiberno-SaxonsCarolingianOttonian
  27. 27. Purse coverfrom the Sutton Hoo ship burialSuffolk, Englandca. 625gold, glass and enamel cloisonné with garnets and emeralds7 1/2 in. longCompare to Islamic interlace patterns
  28. 28. Animal-Head PostOseberg, Norwayca. 825woodapproximately 5 in. highVIKING
  29. 29. Cross and Carpet pageLindisfarne GospelsNorthumbria, Englandca. 698 - 721tempera on vellum13 1/2 x 9 1/4 in.Hiberno-Saxon (Celtic)
  30. 30. Chi-rho-iota pageBook of Kellsfrom Iona, Scotland8th - 9th centuriestempera on vellum13 x 9 1/2 in.*Horror Vacui – latin for“fear of empty spaces”
  31. 31. Equestrian portrait of Charlemagne(?)from Metz, Franceearly 9th centurybronze, originally gilt9 1/2 in. highCAROLINGIAN
  32. 32. St. MatthewCoronation GospelsAachen, Germanyca. 800-810ink and tempera on vellum12 3/4 x 10 in.
  33. 33. Saint MatthewEbbo GospelsHautvillers, Franceca. 816 - 835ink and tempera on vellum10 1/4 x 8 3/4 in.
  34. 34. Odo of MetzInterior of the Palatine Chapelof CharlemagneAachen, Germanyca. 792-805
  35. 35. Abbey Church of St. Michael’sHildesheim, Germanyca. 1001-1031OTTONIAN
  36. 36. Doors with relief panelsGenesis, left door - Christ, right doorHildesheim, Germanyca. 1001-1031
  37. 37. Crucifixcommissioned by Archbishop GeroCologne Cathedral, Germanyca. 970painted wood6 ft. 2 in. high
  38. 38. Otto III enthronedGospel Book of Otto IIIfrom Trier, Germanyca. 997-1000tempera on vellum13 x 9 3/8 in.
  39. 39. Romanesque• Build it (block by block) and they willcomeChurch buildingStone masonry, new vaultingtechniques, “blocky” appearancepilgrimages
  40. 40. plan of Saint EtienneVignory, Franceca. 1050-1057Radiating chapels
  41. 41. Saint-SerninToulouse, Franceca. 1070-1120
  42. 42. Interior of Saint-SerninToulouse, Franceca. 1070-1120Interior of Santa Sabina, 422, Rome*compartments ofspace replaced long flatwalls
  43. 43. Cloister of Saint-PierreMoissac, Franceca. 1100-1115marblepiers approximately 6 ft. highHistoriated capitals
  44. 44. Christ in Majestywith angels and the Twenty-FourEldersTympanum of the south portal ofSaint-PierreMoissac, Francemarbleca. 1115-1135approximately 16 ft. 6 in. wide at base
  45. 45. GislebertusLast Judgment (plaster cast)West tympanum of Saint-LazareAutun, Franceca. 1120-1135marbleapproximately 21’ wide at base
  46. 46. Initial R with knight fighting dragonfrom the Moralia in Jobfrom Cîteaux, Franceca. 1115-1125ink and tempera on vellum13 3/4 x 9 1/4 in.
  47. 47. Virgin and Child ( Morgan Madonna)from Auvergne, Francesecond half of twelfth centurypainted wood2 ft. 7 in. high
  48. 48. Interior of Speyer CathedralSpeyer,Germanybegun 1030nave vaults ca.1082-1106Groin vaults1st Romanesque church in Germany• Stone roof• Typical arches and bays• 1st building constructed entirely of stonein Europe
  49. 49. The Vision of Hildegard of BingenDetail of facsimile of a lost folioin the Scivias by Hildegard of Bingenfrom Trier or Bingen, Germanyca. 1050-1079*Role of women inRomanesque Europe
  50. 50. Pisa Cathedral complexPisa, Italycathedral begun 1063baptistery begun 1153campanile begun 1174baptisterycathedral campanile
  51. 51. Baptistery of San GiovanniFlorence, ItalyCa. 1059
  52. 52. WiligelmoCreation of Adam and Eve, frieze on the west façade, Modena CathedralModena, Italyca. 1110marbleapproximately 3 ft. high
  53. 53. West façade of Saint-EtienneCaen, Francebegun 1067, ca. 1115-1120* William the Conqueror buried here in 1087
  54. 54. Interior of Saint-Etienne (elevation)Caen, Franceca. 1115-1120The THREE TIERS OFCHURCH BAYSClerestoryGalleryNave/Arcade
  55. 55. Exterior of Durham CathedralDurham, Englandbegun ca. 1093Legacy of William theConqueror (NormanConquest of England in1066)
  56. 56. Interior of Durham CathedralDurham, Englandbegun ca. 1093ENGLISH INNOVATION: Rib vaults• Long narrow nave• Huge composite piers alternate with carvedcolumns• Stone ribs strengthened groin vaults carrymore weight• Strong VERTICAL emphasis  Gothicpredecessor
  57. 57. Funeral of Edward the Confessorprocession to Westminster Abbeydetail of the Bayeux TapestryFrom Bayeux Cathedral, Bayeux, Franceca. 1070-1080embroidered wool on linen229 ft. 8 in. overallMisnomer – actually an embroidery
  58. 58. Eadwine the Scribe(?)Eadwine the Scribe at workfolio 283 verso of the Eadwine Psalterca. 1160-1170ink and tempera on vellumSigning work vs. anonymity: The role ofthe individual artist

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