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Nielsen ppt early-medieval-artprt3

  1. 1. EarlyMedieval Art
  2. 2. Purse cover, from the Sutton Hoo ship burial(Suffolk, England), c. 625, gold, glass, and enamel cloisonné with garnets and emeralds
  3. 3. art of migratory people/predatory subject matter/ interlaced pattern
  4. 4. Cross and carpet page from theLindisfarne Gospels (Northumbria, England), c. 698- 721, tempera on vellumHiberno-Saxon, or Insular/ Celtic cross with a transom
  5. 5. use of serpents, dragons, and other fantastic animals
  6. 6. rubrum (“entry inred”)/ minium/ incipit and explicit
  7. 7. varied styles within the Book of Lindisfarne/ sacred act of copying images/ amarius and a scriptorium
  8. 8. Chi-rho-iota page from the Book of Kells (Iona, Scotland), lateeighth or early ninth century use ofabbreviations/ chi- rho iota/curves and ripples
  9. 9. inclusion of human andanimal shapes
  10. 10. High Cross of Muiredach(Monasterboice, County Louth, Ireland), 923large mass and scale/ church above thetransom/ wheel and the circle
  11. 11. Animal head post, from the Oseberg ship burial (Norway), c. 825, wood Vikings/ fusion ofinterlaced pattern and the animal form/ gruesome rituals ofhuman sacrifice/Odin, Thor, and Freya/Valhalla/ stave church
  12. 12. Two views of the Oseberg ship (Oslo)
  13. 13. Left: Wood carvedportal of the stave church at Urnes, Norway, c. 1050-1070Below: drawing of a stave church
  14. 14. Equestrian portrait of Charlemagne (Metz, Germany), early ninth century
  15. 15. Saint Matthew fromthe Coronation Gospel Book of Charlemagne(Aachen, Germany), c. 800-810, ink and tempera on vellum Charlemagne and Aachen (Aix-la-Chapelle)/ reliance on prototypes for artistic inspiration (i.e. theMediterranean style)/ Caroline minuscule
  16. 16. Saint Matthew from the Ebbo Gospels (Hautvillers, near Reims, France), c. 816-835, ink and tempera on vellum classical calmreplaced by a frenzy of energy
  17. 17. Saint Luke fromthe Ebbo Gospels(Hautvillers, near Reims, France), c. 816-835, ink and tempera on vellum
  18. 18. Illustrations to Psalms 43 and 44, from the Utrecht Psalter, c. 820-32 CE
  19. 19. Cover of the Psalter of Charles the Bald (St. Denis, France), c. 865, ivory panelset in silver-gilt with filigree work and precious stones rich, decoratedsurfaces/ continued intellectual and artistic endeavors during the Carolingian period
  20. 20. Left: front cover of the Lindau Gospels, c. 870, gold Below: back cover
  21. 21. Odo of Metz. Interior of the Palatine Chapel of Charlemagne(Aachen, Germany), 792-805modeled after San Vitale/ second- storied throne

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