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    • ART 101:
      Introduction to Art
      Classical Greek Art
      James Greene | Visiting Assistant Professor | 1110 CAC | greenjam@gvsu.edu
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: ANCIENT GREECE – Classical Period
      Reconstruction view of the Acropolis of Athens
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: ANCIENT GREECE – Classical Period
      Aerial view of the Acropolis of Athens
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: ANCIENT GREECE – Classical Period
      Parthenon (Temple of Athena Parthenos) Acropolis, Athens, 447-438 BC.
      (view from the northwest)
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: ANCIENT GREECE – Classical Period
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: ANCIENT GREECE – High Classical Period
      Phidias
      Athena Parthenos
      (model of the lost statue)
      Approx. 38’ tall
      The Parthenon
      (Nashville, TN)
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: ANCIENT GREECE – High Classical Period
      Three goddesses (Hestia, Dione, Aphrodite?) from the East pediment of the Parthenon, c. 438-432 BC, Marble, greatest height approx. 4’5”
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: ANCIENT GREECE – High Classical Period
      Nike Adjusting Her Sandal
      (from the south side of the parapet of the temple of
      Athena Nike.)
      Acropolis, Athens,
      c. 410 BC
      Marble
      approx. 3’6” high
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: ANCIENT GREECE –Late Classical Period
      Praxiteles,
      Aphrodite of Knidos
      (Roman copy of lost Greek original of c. 350-340 BC)
      Marble
      Approx. 6’ 8” high
    • ART 101:
      Introduction to Art
      Hellenistic Greek Art
      James Greene | Visiting Assistant Professor | 1110 CAC | greenjam@gvsu.edu
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: ANCIENT GREECE – Hellenistic Art
      Altar of Zeus, Pergamon, c. 175 BC, (now in the Staatliche Museen, Berlin)
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: ANCIENT GREECE – Hellenistic Art
      Altar of Zeus,
      Pergamon
      c. 175 BC
      Now in Staatliche
      Museen, Berlin.
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: ANCIENT GREECE – Hellenistic Art
      Athena Battling Alkyoneos, from Altar of Zeus, Pergamon, marble, approx. 7’x6”
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: ANCIENT GREECE – Hellenistic Art
      Dying Gaul
      (Roman marble copy of Greek
      original bronze)
      From Pergamon
      Originalc. 230-220 BC
      Dying gaul
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: ANCIENT GREECE – Hellenistic Art
      Nike of Samothrace
      c. 190 BC
      Marble
      approx. 8’ 1”
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: ANCIENT GREECE – Hellenistic Art
      The Cyclops Polyphemus and Odysseus, from Sperlonga, 14-19 AD
      Attributed to Athanadoros, Hagesandros, and Polydoros of Rhodes.
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: ANCIENT GREECE – Hellenistic Art
      Laocoonand His Sons
      by Athanadoros, Hagesandros, and Polydoros of Rhodes
      Early first century
      Marble
      approx. 7’ 101/2” high
    • ART 101:
      Introduction to Art
      Etruscan Art
      James Greene | Visiting Assistant Professor | 1110 CAC | greenjam@gvsu.edu
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: ETRUSCAN ART
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: ETRUSCAN ART
      Model of typical Etruscan temple of the sixth century BC
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: ETRUSCAN ART
      Apollo, from the roof of the PortonaccioTemple,Veii,
      c. 510-500 BC, Painted terracotta
      Approx. 5’ 11” high
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: ETRUSCAN ART
      Capitoline Wolf
      c. 500-48 BC
      Approx. 31 ½ “ high
      Bronze
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: ETRUSCAN ART
      Portrait of AuleMetele
      “The Orator”
      From Sanguineto
      Early first century BC
      Bronze
      Approx. 5’ 7” high
    • ART 101:
      Introduction to Art
      Roman Art
      James Greene | Visiting Assistant Professor | 1110 CAC | greenjam@gvsu.edu
    • Art & Cultural Mythology:
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: THE ROMAN REPUBLIC
      Temple of “Fortuna Virilis” (Temple of Portunus) Rome,
      Late second or early first century BC.
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: THE ROMAN REPUBLIC
      The main advantage of concrete construction was the ability
      to create vaulted and domed ceilings without internal supports
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: THE EARLY REPUBLIC
      Head of a Roman Patrician
      From Otricoli, c. 75-50 BC
      Marble
      approx. 14” high
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: THE ROMAN REPUBLIC
      Denarius with portrait of Julius Caesar, 44 BC.
      Silver, diameter approx. ¼ inch.
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: THE ROMAN EMPIRE
      Portrait of Augustus as general
      from Primaporta, copy of a
      bronze original
      Marble, c. 20 BC
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: THE ROMAN EMPIRE
      Painted reconstruction of
      Portrait of Augustus as general
      From Primaporta
      Original c. 20 BC
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: THE ROMAN EMPIRE
      AraPacisAugustae, Rome, 13-9 BC (view from southwest)
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: THE ROMAN EMPIRE
      Aeneas Sacrifices to the Penates, AraPacisAugustae,
      Rome, 13-9 BC (view from southwest)
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: THE ROMAN EMPIRE
      “Tellus” panel from AraPacisAugustae, Rome, 13-9 BC, Marble, 5’3” high
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: THE ROMAN EMPIRE
      Procession of the Imperial Family from AraPacisAugustae, Rome,
      13-9 BC, Marble, 5’3” high
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: THE ROMAN EMPIRE
      Colosseum, Rome, c. A.D. 70-80 (exterior view)
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: THE ROMAN EMPIRE
      Colosseum, Rome, c. A.D. 70-80 (interior view)
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: THE ROMAN EMPIRE
      Arch of Titus, Rome, after A.D. 81
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: THE ROMAN EMPIRE
      Arch of Titus, Rome, after A.D. 81
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: THE ROMAN EMPIRE
      Spoils of Jerusalem, relief panel from the Arch of Titus, A.D. 81
      marble, approx. 7’ 10” high.
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: THE ROMAN EMPIRE
      The Triumph of Titus, relief panel from the Arch of Titus, A.D. 81
      marble, approx. 7’ 10” high.
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: THE ROMAN EMPIRE
      Trajan’s Column
      From Trajan’s forum
      Rome
      Marble
      128’ high
      A.D. 113
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: THE ROMAN EMPIRE
      Trajan’s Column
      From Trajan’s Forum
      Rome
      Marble
      128’ high
      A.D. 113
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: THE ROMAN EMPIRE
      Trajan’s Column (detail), Marble, 128’ high, A.D. 113
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: THE ROMAN EMPIRE
      Pantheon, exterior view, Rome, A.D 118-125
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: THE ROMAN EMPIRE
      Pantheon,
      interior view,
      Rome,
      A.D 118-125
    • Art & Cultural Mythology: THE ROMAN EMPIRE
      Portraits of the
      Four Tetrachs,
      c. A.D. 305
      Poryphyry
      (purple marble)
      Approx. 4’ 3” high
      San Marco,
      Venice