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  • Coa 2241 greek

    1. 1. Greek Art and Architecture
    2. 2. Dipylon Cemetery Athens
    3. 3. Geometric Amphora from Dipylon Cemetery in Athens 750 B.C. Geometricizing Greek Art Clay coils Grave markers Register on shoulder of amphora Geometric schemata
    4. 4. Geometric Krater from Dipylon Cemetary 740 B.C. Geometricizing Greek Art Registers on shoulder Grave Marker
    5. 5. Mantiklos Apollo 680 B.C. Geometricizing Greek Art Linear
    6. 6. “Polyphemus” Vase 600 B.C. Archaic Greek Art Used as a vase, not grave marker Stories on shoulders Story text Elliptical, bulging chest, movement
    7. 7. Kouros600 B.C. Metropolitan Museum Archaic Greek Art Somewhat geometrical More realistic Symmetry Blank face
    8. 8. Kroisos from Anavysos 530 B.C. Archaic Greek Art Symmetrical Blank face
    9. 9. Lady of Auxerre 650 B.C. Geometricizing Period
    10. 10. Peplos Kore 530 B.C. Archaic Greek Art Blank face
    11. 11. Kore from Acropolis 520-510 B.C. Athens (Chios Kore) Archaic Greek Art Movement, anatomical details
    12. 12. Temple of Artemis 600-580 B.C. Corfu Archaic Greek Art Medusa Pediment
    13. 13. Temple of Aphaia 490-480 B.C. Aegina Classical Greek Doric
    14. 14. “Dying Warriors” Fallen warrior Aphaia Temple
    15. 15. Polykleitos (Artist) 440 B.C. Doryphoros (Name of sculpture) Classical Greek No more symmetry Contrapposto Canon of Proportions
    16. 16. Kritios Kouros 480 B.C. Classical Greek Contrapposto
    17. 17. Warriors from Riace 450 B.C. Classical Greek Contrapposto Bronze Disease: eroding bronze
    18. 18. Poseidon from Cape Artemision 450 B.C. Classical Greek Contrapposto Open form
    19. 19. Myron 450 B.C. Diskobolos Classical Greek Open Form Chiastic Balance
    20. 20. Important Terms • Kouros: singular form, means athlete • Kouroi: plural • Kore: female • Korai: plural • Doric: solid, vertical, supporting is horizontal • Ionic: • Corinthian • Cella: or Naos: center room inside a temple • Pronaos: Room for a procession before a cella • Colonnade: series of columns in a line on all 4 sides, N S E W • Stylobate: foundation, lift temple off ground
    21. 21. Important Terms • Entablature: all parts above column, becomes a place for decor • Architrave: • Pediment: • Frieze: • Metope: • Triglyph: • Contrapposto: Movement shown through the body • Canon of Proportions: rules of proportions, how different parts relate to each other • Chiastic Balance: Counterpoise, counterbalance

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