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Mid term study

  1. 1. Mid Term Study Slides
  2. 2. Llamassa, c. 720 BCE
  3. 3. Queen Tiye, c. 1353-1335 BCE
  4. 4. Akhenaten, c. 1350 BCE
  5. 5. Dipylon Amphora c. 750 BCE
  6. 6. Grave stele of Hegeso, 5th century BCE
  7. 7. Kritios Boy, c. 480 BCE
  8. 8. Parthenon, 432 BCE
  9. 9. Temple of Athena Nike Acropolis, c. 427 BCE
  10. 10. AraPacis 13 – 9 BCE, Rome
  11. 11. AraPacis 13 – 9 BCE, Rome
  12. 12. Pantheon, Rome, 126 CE
  13. 13. Plan of the Pantheon
  14. 14. Arch of Constantine, c. 315 CE
  15. 15. Sarcophagus of JuniusBassus, c. 359 CE
  16. 16. Christ as the Good Shepherd, the mausoleum of GallaPlacidia, C. 425-426, Mosaic
  17. 17. Justinian and Attendants, San Vitale, 546 CE
  18. 18. Madonna, St. Appolinaire, Ravenna
  19. 19. S. Vitale, c. 525 -547
  20. 20. Plan of the Pantheon Plan of San Vitale
  21. 21. Purse Cover from Sutton HooBurial, c. 625 CE
  22. 22. Cross Page from the LindisfarneGospels, c. 700
  23. 23. Chi Rho page from Book of Kells c. 800
  24. 24. Interior and floor plan of the Palatine Chapel, Aachen, c 800
  25. 25. St. Matthew from the Ebbo Gospels, c. 816-835 CE
  26. 26. Dome of the Rock, c. 689 CE
  27. 27. Aerial Viewofthe Great Mosque of Kairouan
  28. 28. Current Plan of the Great Mosque of Kairouan
  29. 29. Giotto Madonna Enthroned, 1306
  30. 30. Santa Croce, Interior toward Naveand Plan c. 1300
  31. 31. Limbourgh Brothers, May, from the Book of Hours, Les Tres Riches Hueres, 1413-16
  32. 32. Merode Altarpiece, Robert Campin, c. 1425
  33. 33. Hugo van der Goes, Portinari Altarpiece, 1475
  34. 34. Ghiberti, Sacrifice of Isaac, 1401-02
  35. 35. St. George, 1417
  36. 36. Italian Quattrocento Sculpture Donatello, Saint Mark, 1413 Commissioned by the Guild of Linen Weavers and Peddlers, suggested by pillow at base and ample drapery Although in a Gothic niche, the statue is free standing Contrapposto based on Roman art Drapery falls directly down Easy posture Face has piercing eyes Calculated how the sculpture would look from street level
  37. 37. Donatello David (L) St. Mark (R)
  38. 38. Donatello Mary Magdalene, 1454
  39. 39. Masaccio, 1426-27
  40. 40. Perugino, Christ Delivering the Keys of the Kingdom St. Peter, 1481-83
  41. 41. Paolo Ucello, Battle of San Romano (first panel) 1450’s NiccolòdaTolentino Leads the Florentine Troops
  42. 42. Fra Angelico, Annunciation, c. 1450
  43. 43. St James on the way to his executionc. 1455FrescoDestroyed, formerly church of the Eremitani, Padua
  44. 44. Botticelli, Adoration of the Magi, Uffizi
  45. 45. Primavera, 1482
  46. 46. Birth of Venus 1486
  47. 47. Alberti Palazzo Rucellai, 1455-58 Façade to unify several pre-existing houses. Based on Palazzo Medici Pilasters and architraves across levels (Doric on bottom, modified Corinthian, Corinthian) Heavy cornice Model of classical elements and mathematical proportions
  48. 48. house of Jaques Coeur, Bourges, France, 1443-51
  49. 49. Alberti, Sant’Andrea, Mantua 1472 Patron: Ludovico Gonzaga Original Church housed a vial containing blood of Christ Idea of an “Etruscan Temple” with o basilica model plan Façade derived from Roman triumphal arches

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