Greek Art<br />
Greek Art<br />Last time you looked at the images of Greek art, and identified recurring motifs<br />A recurring motif is ...
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Artist’s Sketchbook<br />In your sketch book you are going to draw a detail of a piece of Greek art. <br />Use your viewfi...
Artist’s Sketchbook<br />In your sketch book you are going to draw a detail of a piece of Greek art. <br />Use your viewfi...
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This is the second lesson on Greek Art I used with my grade 4 class.

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  1. 1. Greek Art<br />
  2. 2. Greek Art<br />Last time you looked at the images of Greek art, and identified recurring motifs<br />A recurring motif is a subject, a figure, a theme, an idea, a shape, a colour scheme or a pattern that is used again and again.<br />The example on this pot shows patterns and figures who seem to be soldiers playing a board game. The colours are black and reddish brown.<br />
  3. 3. Which is Greek Art?<br />Greek<br />Aztec<br />Egyptian<br />
  4. 4. Which is Greek Art?<br />Aztec<br />Greek<br />Persian<br />
  5. 5. Which is Greek Art?<br />Persian<br />Aztec<br />Greek<br />
  6. 6. Motifs in Greek Art<br />
  7. 7. Greek Art<br />Neck-amphora. Achilles killing Penthesilea. Circa 530 BC. London.<br />This vase has many of the Greek motifs we have seen before. What are they?<br />Colour scheme<br />Repeating patterns<br />Images of soldiers or myths<br />
  8. 8. Greek Art<br />This is what is called a detail<br />And so is this<br />Here is the whole piece of art.<br />
  9. 9. Greek Art<br />Whole piece of art or detail?<br />Whole piece<br />
  10. 10. Greek Art<br />Whole piece of art or detail?<br />Detail<br />Meidias Painter. Hydria. Detail: Phaon playing the lyre, winged Himeros in front of him. Florence.<br />
  11. 11. Greek Art<br />Whole piece or detail?<br />Detail<br />Exekias. Detail of neck-amphora. Achilles and Ajax playing a game. Vatican.<br />
  12. 12. Greek Art<br />Whole piece of art or detail?<br />Whole piece<br />Exekias. Internal view of cup. Dionysius crossing the sea. Circa 535 BC. Munich.<br />
  13. 13. Greek Art<br />Whole piece of art or detail?<br />Whole piece<br />Amassis painter. Neck-amphora. Dionysius and menads. Circa 540 BC. Paris, BibliothequeNationale.<br />
  14. 14. Greek Art<br />Whole piece or detail?<br />Detail<br />Andokides Painter. Amphora. Detail: Herakles and cerberus. Circa 510 BC. Paris, Louvre.<br />
  15. 15. Artist’s Sketchbook<br />In your sketch book you are going to draw a detail of a piece of Greek art. <br />Use your viewfinder to select a detail.<br />Copy the detail into your sketchbook.<br />
  16. 16. Artist’s Sketchbook<br />In your sketch book you are going to draw a detail of a piece of Greek art. <br />Use your viewfinder to select a detail.<br />Copy the detail into your sketchbook.<br />You will use this detail to create your own piece of art next time.<br />
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