AH ch1


Published on

Published in: Art & Photos, Technology
1 Like
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Total views
On SlideShare
From Embeds
Number of Embeds
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

AH ch1

  1. 1. ART HISTORY INTRODUCTION Over the year we will study: Visual Art; pictures, sculpture, and architecture History Geography Archaeology Cultural Identities Religion Philosophy Social Issues
  2. 2. -describe the benefits of studying the history of art -discuss the artistic impulse -understand the different ways are is valued -explain the comparison of artists with gods -compare the use of space in two- and three-dimensional objects -distinguish between art history and archaeology -describe the methodologies of art and cite examples of each -understanding the dating systems AD and BC
  3. 3. Vincent Van Gogh Self Portrait before his Easel
  4. 4. Pyramids of Giza in Egypt
  5. 5. Parthenon in Athens Greece
  6. 6. Reims Cathdral France Gothic Architecture
  7. 7. Constantine Brancusi Bird in Space
  8. 8. Leonardo DaVinci Mona Lisa
  9. 9. White Temple Ziggurat remains of Uruk- present day Iraq
  10. 10. Stele of Hammurabi Law Code
  11. 11. Metope reliefs (known as the Elgin Marbles) from the Parthenon in Athens on display in the British Museum
  12. 12. Venus with Mirror (Rokeby Venus) Diego Velazquez
  13. 13. The Betrayal of Images Rene Magritte
  14. 14. Duane Hanson sculpture- Cowboy
  15. 15. Der Schöpfer als Weltenmesser The Creator as Geometer Bible Moralisée ca. 1250
  16. 16. Tower of Babel Pieter Bruegel The Elder
  17. 17. Arrangement in Black and Gray James Abbott McNeill Whistler
  18. 18. Jan van Eyck, The Virgin in a Church, c. 1410 - 25
  19. 19. Meret Oppenheimer Fur covered Cup Saucer and Spoon
  20. 20. -list and define the formal elements of art. -identify the expressive qualities of line, shape, and color. -understand the nature of linear perspective. -compare shading with shadow. -describe the color wheel and the properties of color. -explain the relationship of black and white to color. -use stylistic terminology to describe an image.
  21. 21. abstract achromatic analogous hues asymmetrical balance biomorphic chroma chromatic color wheel complementary color composition contour cross-hatching foreshortened formal elements geometric hatching hue idealized illusionistic intensity linear modeling monochromatic naturalistic neutral organic perspective picture plane pigment primary color realism rectilinear romanticized saturation secondary color shading stylized symmetry tertiary color intermediate color texture three-dimensional value vanishing point visible spectrum