Interaction of Three-dimensional and Two-dimensional Art.

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Interaction of Three-dimensional and Two-dimensional Art. Paper prepared for conference: Art and Society: Ancient and Modern Contexts of Egyptain Art (13–15 May 2010, Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest).

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    1. 1. Interaction of Three-dimensional and Two-dimensional Art By Helmut Satzinger (Univ. of Vienna) Art and Society: Ancient and Modern Contexts of Egyptain Art 13–15 May 2010 Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
    2. 2. Three-dimensional Reality Rendered in Two-dimensional Art
    3. 6. Two-dimensional Reality Rendered in Three-dimensional Art
    4. 7. How to render two-dimensional items in the round:
    5. 8. How to render two-dimensional items in the round: 2 possible solutions.
    6. 9. <ul><li>How to render two-dimensional items in the round: </li></ul><ul><li>2 possible solutions. </li></ul><ul><li>Application of painting. </li></ul>
    7. 10. <ul><li>How to render two-dimensional items in the round: </li></ul><ul><li>2 possible solutions. </li></ul><ul><li>Application of painting. </li></ul><ul><li>Transformation into three dimensions. </li></ul>
    8. 11. <ul><li>How to render two-dimensional items in the round: </li></ul><ul><li>2 possible solutions. </li></ul><ul><li>Application of painting. </li></ul><ul><li>Transformation into three dimensions. </li></ul>Good example in European art: the Veil of Veronica.
    9. 14. Transformation into three dimensions:
    10. 15. Transformation into three dimensions: St. Veronica’s Veil in the sculpture of Breton calvaries.
    11. 16. Transformation into three dimensions: St. Veronica’s Veil in the scultures of Breton calvaries . Pleiben, ur kalvar / Pleyben, calvaire Notre Dame de Tronoën
    12. 21. Transformation into three dimensions:
    13. 22. Transformation into three dimensions: Greek sculpture — folds of the chiton seen though the cloak.
    14. 23. Istanbul, Archaeo- logical Museum Vertical folds of Chiton visible under the horizontal folds of the cloak.
    15. 25. Wien, Antiken- sammlung I 1052
    16. 26. Vertical folds of Chiton visible under the diagonal folds of the cloak.
    17. 28. Transformation into three dimensions: Egyptian Art.
    18. 29. Wien 7789 January 1914 discovered in the rubble south-west of mastaba of Shepses-ptah ( S 338/339 ) by Herrmann Junker’s team.
    19. 32. Appendix I. Two-dimensional Art Rendered in Two-dimensional Art
    20. 33. Vermeer: die Malkunst Vermeer: the art of painting Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien
    21. 35. After Miral Lashien “Artist’s Training in the Old and Middle Kingdoms.” Göttinger Miszellen 224, 2010, 81–85.
    22. 36. Abb. 41, 42 Die beiden Maler- gruppen sind an der Nordwand des Grabes des Baker III. (BH 15) jeweils beim Bemalen eines hölzernen Schreins abge- bildet; in der einen Hand wird der Farbnapf gehalten, die an- dere führt den feinen Pinsel. Ein außergewöhnliches Bild ist die obere Gruppe, die gerade dabei ist, ein Kalb und einen schwarz - weiß gefleckten Wind- hund, der eine Antilope zu Boden gerissen hat, aufzumalen, da sel- ten bei solchen Szenen ein gegen- ständliches Motiv mit dargestellt wird...
    23. 37. Abdel Ghaffar Shedid: Die Felsgräber von Beni Hassan in Mittelägypten. Mainz 1994. Abb. 41.
    24. 38. Appendix II. Three-dimensional Art Rendered in Three-dimensional Art
    25. 39. ÆGYPTUS [RIVISTA ITALIANA DI EGITTOLOGIA E PAPIROLOGIA] FIRENZE—ANNO LXXXV/1-2 (2005) La pratica della religione nell’antico Egitto. Atti del X convegno nazionale di egittologia e papirologia (Roma, 1-2 febbraio 2006) Pp. 175–184 SERGIO DONADONI, “Statue di statue.„
    26. 40. • The Abu Simbel colossi bear names that are known to be names of statues. • Colossal statue of Amenophis III from the Luxor cachette as a base in the form of a sledge. Etc. ...
    27. 41. Appendix III. Three-dimensional Art Rendered in Two-dimensional Art
    28. 42. Marianne Eaton-Krauss . The representations of statuary in private tombs of the Old Kingdom (= Ägyptologische Abhandlungen 39) 1984, Harrassowitz (Wiesbaden)
    29. 43. Marianne Eaton-Krauss . The representations of statuary in private tombs of the Old Kingdom (= Ägyptologische Abhandlungen 39) 1984, Harrassowitz (Wiesbaden)

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