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  • Colosseum and Pantheon as major examples <br />
  • Creator: Visigothic <br /> Culture: European; Northern European; Visigothic <br /> Title: Eagle Fibulae <br /> Work Type: Costume and Jewelry <br /> Work Type: fibulae <br /> Date: 6th century <br /> Material: gold over bronze, semi-precious stones, meershaum <br /> Measurements: 14.2 cm x 7.1 cm <br /> Repository: The Walters Art Museum <br /> Repository: Baltimore, Maryland, USA <br /> Repository: 54.421 <br /> Repository: Acquired by Henry Walters, 1930 <br /> Repository: http://www.thewalters.org/html/home.asp <br /> Collection: The Walters Art Museum Collection <br /> Collection: Formerly in The AMICO Library <br /> ID Number: TWAM.54.421-422 <br /> Source: Data From: The Walters Art Museum <br /> Rights: This image was provided by The Walters Art Museum. Contact information: Lauren Simonutti, Photo Services Coordinator, The Walters Art Museum, 600 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21201, (410) 547-9000 x254 (ph), (410) 752-4797 (fax), lsimonutti@thewalters.org. <br /> Rights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility. <br />
  • Title: Oseberg Ship: Reference: View of unexcavated ship in situ in mound at Oseberg, Norway. <br /> Date: c.825 <br /> Subject: Reference <br /> Subject: Vehicles: Seacraft--Viking--9th C. A.D <br /> Subject: ships <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> Source: Data from: University of California, San Diego <br />
  • Title: Franks Casket: det.: full view <br /> Date: Beginning 8th C <br /> Material: whalebone <br /> Repository: British Museum <br /> Subject: Sculpture--Anglo-Saxon--8th C. A.D <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> Source: Data from: University of California, San Diego <br />

MOE Exam Review F13 MOE Exam Review F13 Presentation Transcript

  • Art History Review Here are a sample of slides to help you review the terms and concepts from class discussion and the readings.
  • The Ancient Roman World.
  • Patrician Carrying Portrait Busts of Two Ancestors. End of 1st century BCE or beginning of 1st century CE. Height 5’ 5”.
  • Verisitic vs. Idealizing Emperor Claudius (50 CE) Imperial portrait Head of an Old Man (1st century BCE) Republican portrait
  • Dorphorus, or Spear Bearer (450 BCE) Imperial Roman marble copy of Greek Bronze original Emperor Claudius as Jupiter (50 CE)
  • Augustus of Primaporta. Early 1st century CE. Height 6’ 8”.
  • Colosseum, or Flavian Amphitheater (72-80 CE) Rome Pantheon (118-125 CE) Rome
  • Pont Du Gard. Late 1st century BCE. Height above river 160’, width of road bed on lower arcade 20’.
  • Colossal marble statue of Constantine (315 CE)
  • The Tetrarchs. c. 300 CE.
  • Art and Religion How would you describe the interplay between art and religion? • • • • How art explains the dogma of a religion Art can confirm the faith of believers An intermixture of art, religion and politics Art facilitates religious ritual
  • Cubiculum of Leonis, Catacomb of Commodilla. Late 4th century.
  • Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus. c. 359. 4’ × 8’.
  • Jacopo Grimaldi. Interior of Old St. Peter's. 1619 copy of an earlier drawing.
  • Reconstruction Drawing, Old St. Peter's Basilica. c. 320–327; atrium added in later 4th century. Approx. 394’ long and 210’ wide..
  • Church of Santa Costanza. c. 350.
  • Santa Costanza (ca. 350 CE) Rome Harvesting of grapes - example of syncretism
  • Sarcophagus of Constantina. c. 350. Height 7’ 5”.
  • Hagia Sophia (532-537 CE) Anthemius of Tralles and Isidorias of Miletus, Architects Istanbul, Turkey
  • Saint Apollinare in Classe (533-49 CE) Near Ravenna, Italy
  • The Transfiguration of Christ with Sant’Apollinare, First Bishop of Ravenna. Mosaics: apse, 6th century; wall above apse, 7th and 9th centuries; side panels, 7th century.
  • San Vitale (526-547 CE) Ravenna, Italy Emperor Justinian and Theodora
  • Europe of the Early Middle Ages.
  • Visigothic Fibulae. 6th century. Height 5 5/8”. Found in Spain
  • Oseberg Ship Excavation, Norway, dating from c. 815–820.
  • Purse from the Sutton Hoo Burial Ship. First half of 7th century.
  • Hinged Clasp, from the Sutton Hoo Burial Ship. First half of 7th century. Length 5”.
  • Page with Man, Gospel Book of Durrow. Second half of 7th century. 9 5/8 × 6 1/8”.
  • Cross Page from the Lindisfarne Gospels. c. 715–720. 13 3/8" × 9 7/16".
  • “Franks Casket” from Northumbria, England, c. 700. Whalebone (Note: Anglo-Saxon, not Frankish)
  • Carolingian Art Palatine Chapel (786 CE) Aachen, Germany / Aix-la-Chapelle Odo of Metz, architect Charlemagne / Carolus Magnus, patron