Upcoming SlideShare
×

# Exam1 review

1,543
-1

Published on

Slide review for Art 108 Ancient to Medieval Exam #1

Published in: Education, Technology
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
• Full Name
Comment goes here.

Are you sure you want to Yes No
• Be the first to comment

• Be the first to like this

Views
Total Views
1,543
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
2
Actions
Shares
0
4
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

### Exam1 review

1. 1. Exam  #1  Review  Art  108:    Ancient  to  Medieval  Westchester  Community  College  Fall  2012
2. 2. !"#\$%&(\$\$!)*+,)#\$#-\$.,/+,012\$ 32+/,\$4+5#\$6718\$9%\$ :5,\$#;+5\$<-"=5;,,#\$#-\$#1=,\$)-#,5\$-)\$+81>,5\$?"-8\$#;,\$#,7#\$ \$ \$ !"#\$%#&(&)*Study  Skills   \$Slide  Lists:    these  are  the  images  you  are  responsible  for  knowing   \$ @A/,\$B-81)\$CD,)A5\$-?\$ B+22,)/-"?EF\$?"-8\$B+22,)/-"?F\$ !A5#"+1F\$*G\$HF&&&IHJF&&&\$ \$ \$ \$ \$ K122\$-?\$#;,\$LA225F\$415*1A7F\$*G\$ %J&&&I%M&&&\$N6\$ \$ \$ O,#1+2F\$K122\$-?\$LA225F\$415*1A7F\$ +22A5#"1#+)>\$P#<+5#,/\$Q,"5Q,*#+0,R\$ \$ \$ 3;1?#\$3*,),\$C3*,),\$-?\$#;,\$O,1/\$ .1)EF\$415*1A7F\$*G\$%J&&&I%M&&&\$ N6\$ \$ \$ N;1A0,#\$N10,F\$D122-)IS-)#I /T!"*F\$U"1)*,F\$*G\$M&F&&&IHF&&&\$ -"\$*G\$%JF&&&I%MF&&&\$N6\$ \$ \$ L21)*;1"/\$L-),F\$HJF&&&IMHF&&&\$ LN6\$ \$ %\$
3. 3. Study  Skills   Period/Civiliza4on   Works  Periods:    create  “families”  of  objects   Paleolithic   Neolithic   Sumerian   Akkadian   Neo-­‐Sumerian   Babylonian   Assyrian   Persian   EgypLan  –  Old  Kingdom   EgypLan  New  Kingdom
4. 4. Period/Civiliza4on   Works   Venus  of  Willendorf,  Venus  of  Hohe   Paleolithic   Fels,  Lascaux  cave  Study  Skills   Neolithic   Human  Figure  from  Ain  Ghazal.  Deer   Hunt  mural,  Çatal  Höyük,  Stonehenge  Periods:    create  “families”  of  objects   Warka  Vase,  VoLve  Statues,  White   Sumerian   Temple  (Ziggurat),  Royal  Standard  of   Ur   Head  of  an  Akkadian  Ruler,  Stele  of   Akkadian   Naram-­‐Sin   Seated  Statue  of  Gudea,  Ziggurat  of   Neo-­‐Sumerian   Ur   Stele  with  Law  Code  of  Hammurabi   Babylonian   Citadel  of  Sargon  II,  Lamassu,   Assyrian   Assurnarsirpal  HunLng  Lions   Persepolis,  Apadana  Relief  (Persian   Persian   Emperor  Receiving  Tribute)   Palece  of  Narmer,  Funerary  Complex   EgypLan  –  Old  Kingdom   of  King  Djoser,  Great  Pyramids  at  Giza,   Great  Sphinx,  Khafre,  Menkaure,  Book   of  the  Dead,  Oﬀering  Scenes,  Ti   Hippopotamus  HunLng,  Ka  Statues  of   Non-­‐Royals   Hatshepsut,  EgypLan  Pylon  Temple,   EgypLan  New  Kingdom   Abu  Simbel,  Akhenaten,  King  Tut
5. 5. Period/Civiliza4on   Works   Animals  and  women;  small  and   Paleolithic   portable;  proﬁle  view  and  twisted-­‐Study  Skills   perspecLve;  silhouece  and  contour;   SympatheLc  Magic  Create  “families”  of  characterisLcs   Large-­‐scale  sculpture/architecture;   Neolithic   HunLng  scenes  now  includes  men  and   tells  story;  Post  and  Lintel  architecture   Religion  is  dominant;  Ziggurats  reﬂect   Sumerian   hierarchy;  VoLve  statues  pray   perpetually  to  gods;  beginning  of   narraLve  art  (register  format);   cartoon-­‐like  ﬁgures;     First  divine  kingship;  art  becomes   Akkadian   more  naturalisLc,  focused  on  the  king;   idealism  –  divine  glamour   Gudea  –  return  to  humble  servant  of   Neo-­‐Sumerian   gods;  short,  squat,  humble   Hammurabi  –  ﬁrst  law  code;  law   Babylonian   comes  from  god   MilitarisLc;  palaces  decorated  to   Assyrian   inLmidate;  Lamassu  =  guard  dogs;   reliefs  depict  king  kicking  buc   Largest  empire;  huge  palace;  endless   Persian   scenes  of  dignitaries  paying  tribute  to   king
6. 6. Period/Civiliza4on   Works   All  art  focused  on  akerlife;  “Lme  Study  Skills   EgypLan  –  Old  Kingdom   stands  sLll”;  hard  stone;  EgypLan   canon  of  proporLons:    geometric  Create  “families”  of  characterisLcs   quality;  Statues  are  rigidly  frontal;   reliefs  are  2D  –  composite  pose  and   verLcal  perspecLve;  Pharaohs  are   “forever  young;”  Non-­‐royals  more   realisLc;  Pharaohs  buried  in  pyramids;   non-­‐royals  buried  in  mastabas;  False   door  leads  to  serdab  with  Ka  statues;   imagery  depicts  oﬀerings  for  the   deceased  of  food  and  drink     Royal  burials  now  hidden;  shik  from   EgypLan  New  Kingdom   building  of  tombs  to  building  of   Temples;  EgypLan  Pylon  Temple  –   axial  design;  gets  smaller   (hierarchical);  Hypostyle  Hall;  colossal   scale  (Ramses).    Amarna  period  –   Akhenaten  and  Monotheism;  art  style   changes  –  more  ﬂuid,  with   movement;  naturalisLc  and  relaxed,   though  strange  distorLons;  everyday   life  of  royal  family;  King  Tut  –  only   royal  tomb  intact;  tomb  objects  in   Amarna  style  (successor  of   Akhenaten)
7. 7. Study  Skills  Pay  acenLon  to  vocabulary  terms!   Vocabulary   Register  format   Single  groundline   Composite  pose   Overlapping   Hierarchic  scale   Abstract   Naturalism   Idealism   Proskynesis   Cuneiform   Hieroglyph   EgypLan  Canon   of  ProporLons   Mastaba   Ka   False  door   Horus   Osiris   EgypLan   Axial  design   Mortuary  Temple   acributes  of   Kingship   Pylon   Hypostyle  Hall   Amarna  Heresy   Monotheism
8. 8. Study  Skills  Know  important  gods  and  goddesses,   Important   People  and  their  acributes   Inanna   FerLlity  goddess;   Anubis   God  of  dead;   horned  crown   Jackal   Shamash   Horned  crown;   Amun   New  kingdom   ﬂames,  seated  on   god;  ram’s  head   mountain   and  plumes   Horus   Falcon;  god  of  sky   Aten   Sun  disc   Osiris   Crook  and  Flair;   Pharaoh  of  the   underworld   Hathor   Moon  goddess;   cow
9. 9. Study  Skills  Know  people  of  importance   Important   People   Sargon  I   Naram-­‐Sin   Gudea   Hammurabi   Narmer   Imhotep   Hatshepsut   Senmut   Ramses  II   Akhenaten   NeferLL
1. #### A particular slide catching your eye?

Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.