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  • 1. Art History 1 OVERVIEW
  • 2. MY LECTURE STYLE
  • 3. This is BORING
  • 4. Waterworn pebbleresembling a humanface, fromMakapansgat, SouthAfrica, ca. 3,000,000BCE. Reddish brownjasperite, approx. 2 3/8”wide. 20
  • 5. WHAT IS TRUTH?
  • 6. RELIGION
  • 7. SCIENCE
  • 8. PHILOSOPHY
  • 9. TRUTH?
  • 10. TRUTH?
  • 11. ART ?
  • 12. METAPHYSICS
  • 13. “augury”
  • 14. ShamanismAn anthropological term referencing arange of beliefs and practicesregarding communication with thespiritual world. Shamans areintermediaries or messengers betweenthe human world and the spirit worldsand are said to treat ailments/illnessby mending the soul. The shaman alsoenters supernatural realms ordimensions to obtain solutions toproblems afflicting the community. 51
  • 15. Human with feline head, fromHohlenstein-Stadel, Germany, ca. 30,000–28,000 BCE. Mammothivory, 11 5/8” high. UlmerMuseum, Ulm. 52
  • 16. Hall of the Bulls, Lascaux
  • 17. Chauvet
  • 18. Nude woman (Venus ofWillendorf), fromWillendorf, Austria, ca. 28,000–25,000 BCE. Limestone, 4 1/4”high. NaturhistorischesMuseum, Vienna. 59
  • 19. Peter Paul RubensThe Three Graces, 1639
  • 20. Statuettes of two worshipers, from the Square Temple at Eshnunna (modern Tell Asmar), Iraq, ca. 2700 BCE. Gypsum inlaid with shell and black limestone, male figure 2’ 6” high. Iraq Museum, Baghdad. 66
  • 21. Khafre enthroned, from Gizeh, Egypt, Fourth Dynasty, ca.2520–2494 BCE. Diorite, 5’ 6” high. Egyptian Museum, Cairo. 67
  • 22. Ancient Greece 68
  • 23. Chapter 5 Ancient Greece Part 2 69
  • 24. Oratorical pose
  • 25. Portrait of Caracalla, ca. 211– 217 CE. Marble, 1’ 2” high. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. 71
  • 26. Portrait of Constantine, from the Basilica Nova, Rome, Italy, ca. 315–330 CE. Marble, 8’ 6” high. Musei Capitolini, Rome. 72
  • 27. OBJECTIVES
  • 28. • Students will be able to describe, analyze, interp ret and judge a work of art using the visual elements and design principles as a foundation of their discussion.
  • 29. • Discuss the form or design of a work of art in relationship to the personality of the artist, and/or the socio cultural environment/context.
  • 30. • Recognize examples of each of the major art styles as they are presented and discussed.
  • 31. • Identify major historical periods in Western art, and identify the styles, and major artists, from those periods
  • 32. • Name individual • EGYPT artists/civilizations and • MESOPOTAMIA identify representative • GREECE works of their art. • ROME • BYZANTIUM
  • 33. • Be able to discuss and write about artists and works of art in an objective/critical manner using an appropriate vocabulary, develop and apply aesthetic criteria to discussions of works of art.
  • 34. • Be able to use research and critical thinking skills in analyzing and comparing periods, styles, artists, a nd works of art.
  • 35. • Understand cultural and historical influences that affect art and make comparisons between art and other disciplines for each of the historical periods.