ART 100Module 3.2
Lascaux cave, Dordogne region of France, Hall of the Bulls, c. 15,000 BCE
“Magician” or “Birdman” from Lascaux
Historians speculate: this is not “art” but  may be a magical technique used as part of  rituals preparing for the hunt.
   As spectacle:As ritual:                       You are consigned to                                  watch someone els...
Football as ritual
   As ritual:   You are an active    participant            As spectacle:   Everyday rules don’t      You are    apply...
Football as spectacle
RITUAL                            SPECTACLE   Everyone participates;           Extremely few participants,    there is n...
An ordered representation ofa chaotic and often hostileuniverse, expressing our wishfor a desired outcome.
An ordered representationof a chaotic and oftenhostile universe, expressingour wish for a desiredoutcome.
   So if art finds one set of origins in ritual, it    finds another in the human tendency to    decorate anything and ev...
Jade comb,                             China,                             c. 400 BCEIvory comb,Etruscan (ancient Italian)6...
Ancient Persia, , c. 750-650 BCE   Ancient Korea, Bronze Age sword hilt,sword hilt, silver, (iron          Between 900-300...
HTTP://WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/WATHE ORIGINAL BLING   TCH?V=TSYLLWZ5JP8
Objects like these were created to impress and intimidate.
 “I’m the king, and you  are not.” “This are the symbols  of my worldly power  and wealth.”
Napoleon in his coronation garb, painted on porcelain after a lost painting by Gérard.Rihanna, Nov. 2009
Reliquary of Ste.-Foy at Conques
Real gold   Painted gold
Simone Martini (and LippoMemmi), The                                         Fra Angelico, TheAnnunciation, fresco   Annun...
Simone Martini (and LippoMemmi), The   Annunciation, tempera on panel with      gold leaf, c. 1333, 10’1” x 8’8”
Fra Angelico, TheAnnunciation, fresin cell 3, Convent of San Marco,Florence , c. 1440
Jan van Eyck, Ghent Altarpiece (open), completed 1432, Cathedral of St. Bavo,                                 Ghent, Belgium
Jan van Eyck, Mary Crowned, detail of the Ghent Altarpiece, completed 1432,                    Cathedral of St. Bavo, Ghen...
Jan van Eyck, Mary Crowned, completed 1432Jan Vermeer, Girl with a Pearl Earring, c. 1665-6, oil on canvas, 17 1/2 x 15 3/...
   The monumental Papal Basilica (St. Peter’s) is at    the heart of this miniature state.
Michelangelo, Pietà, 1499, marble, 68.5 in × 76.8 inches         St. Peters Basilica, Vatican, Rome
Michelangelo, Pietà, 1499, marble, detail of the Virgin’s face            St. Peters Basilica, Vatican, Rome
Diego Velázquez, Portrait of Juan de Pareja, c. 1650Oil on canvas
Diego Velázquez, Surrender of Breda, 1634-5,   oil on canvas, Museodel Prado, Madrid
Diego Velazquez, Los Borrachos (The Drinkers), 1629
Diego Velázquez, Christ in the House of Mary and Martha, 1618
Diego Velázquez, Las Meninas, 1619
Annibale Carracci, Assumption of the Virgin, 1600-1601Oil on canvas, Santa Maria del Popolo, Rome (in Cerasi Chapel)
Caravaggio, The Calling of Saint Matthew,1599-1600, oil on canvas, San LuigideiFrancesi, Rome (Contarelli Chapel)
Goya, Charles IV of Spain and His Family, 1800
Goya, Countess of Chinchòn, 1800
King Ferdinand VII with aRoyal Mantle, 1814, Prado
Thomas Couture, Romans of the Decadence, 1847
Manet, A Bar at the Folies-Bergère, 1882
François Boucher, Diana Leaving Her Bath, 1742               Louvre, 22x28"
Jean-Baptiste Greuze, The Punished Son, 1777               Louvre, 51x64"
Jacques Louis David, Death of Socrates, 1787               Met, 51x77"
Nocturne in Black andGold: The FallingRocket, 1875James Abbott MacNeillWhistler (American, living inLondon) painted this p...
J.M.W. Turner, The Burning of the Houses of Parliament, 1835
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  1. 1. ART 100Module 3.2
  2. 2. Lascaux cave, Dordogne region of France, Hall of the Bulls, c. 15,000 BCE
  3. 3. “Magician” or “Birdman” from Lascaux
  4. 4. Historians speculate: this is not “art” but may be a magical technique used as part of rituals preparing for the hunt.
  5. 5.  As spectacle:As ritual:  You are consigned to watch someone else You are an active doing something; your participant role is limited to viewing. Everyday rules don’t apply in this deviation from ordinary space/time Sacred beverages are consumed
  6. 6. Football as ritual
  7. 7.  As ritual: You are an active participant As spectacle: Everyday rules don’t  You are apply in sacred consigned to space/time watch someone Sacred beverages are else doing consumed something  Your role that of viewer, even, element of spectacle.
  8. 8. Football as spectacle
  9. 9. RITUAL SPECTACLE Everyone participates;  Extremely few participants, there is no such thing as a untold millions of spectator. spectators.
  10. 10. An ordered representation ofa chaotic and often hostileuniverse, expressing our wishfor a desired outcome.
  11. 11. An ordered representationof a chaotic and oftenhostile universe, expressingour wish for a desiredoutcome.
  12. 12.  So if art finds one set of origins in ritual, it finds another in the human tendency to decorate anything and everything that we make.
  13. 13. Jade comb, China, c. 400 BCEIvory comb,Etruscan (ancient Italian)6-5th century BCE
  14. 14. Ancient Persia, , c. 750-650 BCE Ancient Korea, Bronze Age sword hilt,sword hilt, silver, (iron Between 900-300 BCEblade)
  15. 15. HTTP://WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/WATHE ORIGINAL BLING TCH?V=TSYLLWZ5JP8
  16. 16. Objects like these were created to impress and intimidate.
  17. 17.  “I’m the king, and you are not.” “This are the symbols of my worldly power and wealth.”
  18. 18. Napoleon in his coronation garb, painted on porcelain after a lost painting by Gérard.Rihanna, Nov. 2009
  19. 19. Reliquary of Ste.-Foy at Conques
  20. 20. Real gold Painted gold
  21. 21. Simone Martini (and LippoMemmi), The Fra Angelico, TheAnnunciation, fresco Annunciation, tempera on panel with in cell 3, Convent of San Marco, gold leaf, c. 1333, 10’1” x 8’8” Florence , c. 1440
  22. 22. Simone Martini (and LippoMemmi), The Annunciation, tempera on panel with gold leaf, c. 1333, 10’1” x 8’8”
  23. 23. Fra Angelico, TheAnnunciation, fresin cell 3, Convent of San Marco,Florence , c. 1440
  24. 24. Jan van Eyck, Ghent Altarpiece (open), completed 1432, Cathedral of St. Bavo, Ghent, Belgium
  25. 25. Jan van Eyck, Mary Crowned, detail of the Ghent Altarpiece, completed 1432, Cathedral of St. Bavo, Ghent, Belgium
  26. 26. Jan van Eyck, Mary Crowned, completed 1432Jan Vermeer, Girl with a Pearl Earring, c. 1665-6, oil on canvas, 17 1/2 x 15 3/8 inches
  27. 27.  The monumental Papal Basilica (St. Peter’s) is at the heart of this miniature state.
  28. 28. Michelangelo, Pietà, 1499, marble, 68.5 in × 76.8 inches St. Peters Basilica, Vatican, Rome
  29. 29. Michelangelo, Pietà, 1499, marble, detail of the Virgin’s face St. Peters Basilica, Vatican, Rome
  30. 30. Diego Velázquez, Portrait of Juan de Pareja, c. 1650Oil on canvas
  31. 31. Diego Velázquez, Surrender of Breda, 1634-5, oil on canvas, Museodel Prado, Madrid
  32. 32. Diego Velazquez, Los Borrachos (The Drinkers), 1629
  33. 33. Diego Velázquez, Christ in the House of Mary and Martha, 1618
  34. 34. Diego Velázquez, Las Meninas, 1619
  35. 35. Annibale Carracci, Assumption of the Virgin, 1600-1601Oil on canvas, Santa Maria del Popolo, Rome (in Cerasi Chapel)
  36. 36. Caravaggio, The Calling of Saint Matthew,1599-1600, oil on canvas, San LuigideiFrancesi, Rome (Contarelli Chapel)
  37. 37. Goya, Charles IV of Spain and His Family, 1800
  38. 38. Goya, Countess of Chinchòn, 1800
  39. 39. King Ferdinand VII with aRoyal Mantle, 1814, Prado
  40. 40. Thomas Couture, Romans of the Decadence, 1847
  41. 41. Manet, A Bar at the Folies-Bergère, 1882
  42. 42. François Boucher, Diana Leaving Her Bath, 1742 Louvre, 22x28"
  43. 43. Jean-Baptiste Greuze, The Punished Son, 1777 Louvre, 51x64"
  44. 44. Jacques Louis David, Death of Socrates, 1787 Met, 51x77"
  45. 45. Nocturne in Black andGold: The FallingRocket, 1875James Abbott MacNeillWhistler (American, living inLondon) painted this picture in1875.Art critic John Ruskincomplained,“I have seen, and heard,much of cockneyimpudence before now;but never expected acoxcomb to ask twohundred guineas forflinging a pot of paint inthe public’s face.”Ruskin printed this insult in hispamphlet series, ForsClavigera,in 1877.
  46. 46. J.M.W. Turner, The Burning of the Houses of Parliament, 1835

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