THE  ANCIENT  WORLD REVIEW (chapter 17) http://vimeo.com/14190306 “ Marcel the Shell with Shoes On”
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q-1aui-wluE&feature=channel “ The Life and Death of  a Pumpkin” It’s almost thanksgiving…. ...
What is the assumed function this art work?
What is this drawing made from, what media?
PALEOLITHIC fertility idols, cave paintings NEOLITHIC crafts such as pottery and weaving,  megaliths
Why was this built…what are some of the theories?
What is the most important physical feature on these deities? What does “deity” mean?
EGYPTIAN
What was the function of this art work?
Is this statue “naturalistic”?
Who is this?
Who is this?  Queen Nefertiti
Who did this belong to?
AGEAN
Where is this? What is it called?
This is the Goddess of ________________.
This statue is in which famous European museum? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mu6qEaAyaEU
THE CHRISTIAN ERA (chapter 18)
http://www.mapsofwar.com/ind/history-of-religion.html Timeline of Religion
By the year 250 c.e., 60% of Asia Minor was Christian
Christian Art was not concerned  with worldly subject matter
...but with making Christian culture come  alive through imagery.
Santa Costanza . c. 354  CE .
San Vitale . 526–47  CE .
Constantine wanted early Christian churches to  look as little as possible  like earlier Classical  temples.
Theodora and Her Attendants . c. 547
San Vitale, interior. c. 547 .
Theodora and Her Attendants . c. 547.
Islam 662 (approx) Beginning of Islam http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l96PuC8iUTY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pL4QpirJcYk
Hagia Sophia . 532–37 .
Hagia Sophia , interior. 532–37
Christ , from  Deësis  mosaic. Thirteenth century.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zxRjx4Z5uU
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ocyyxHkCvm8&feature=channel
Courtyard of the Great Mosque of Damascus. 705–16.
Tile mosaic  mihrab . c. 1354 (restored). 11 ft. 3 in. x 7 ft. 6 in.
The Expansion of Islam to 850 CE.
Djingareyber Mosque. Eleventh century .
Interior of the sanctuary of the  Mosque at Córdoba , Spain. 786–987.
 
Religious imagery went through  transformations  toward naturalism. (Based on  earlier Roman naturalism)
St. Matthew  from the  Lindisfarne Gospels . c. 700. 11 x 9 in.
St. Matthew  from the  Gospel Book of Charlemagne . c. 800–810. 13 x 10 in.
Romanesque
Gislebertus.  Last Judgment , tympanum and lintel, Autun Cathedral. c. 1125–35. approximately 12 ft. 6 in. x 22 ft.
"We must...begin by distinguishing between that which is and never becomes, and that which is always becoming and nev...
Gothic   1100s+ Large catherdrals flooded  with light (not gold)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5uORT3gFpJQ
Chartres Cathedral . 1145–1220 .
Choir of Cologne Cathedral . Thirteenth and fourteenth centuries.
Florence Cathedral  (Santa Maria del Fiore). Begun by Arnolfo de Cambio, 1296; dome by Filippo Brunelleschi. 1420–36. http...
 
 
 
Central portal of the west facade of  Reims Cathedral . c. 1225–90 .
Annunciation and Visitation , detail, west portal, Reims Cathedral. c. 1225–45.
http://www.theonion.com/video/obama-outlines-moral-philosophical-justifications,18509/
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    1. 1. THE ANCIENT WORLD REVIEW (chapter 17) http://vimeo.com/14190306 “ Marcel the Shell with Shoes On”
    2. 2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q-1aui-wluE&feature=channel “ The Life and Death of a Pumpkin” It’s almost thanksgiving…. What are you are most thankful for?
    3. 3. What is the assumed function this art work?
    4. 4. What is this drawing made from, what media?
    5. 5. PALEOLITHIC fertility idols, cave paintings NEOLITHIC crafts such as pottery and weaving, megaliths
    6. 6. Why was this built…what are some of the theories?
    7. 7. What is the most important physical feature on these deities? What does “deity” mean?
    8. 8. EGYPTIAN
    9. 9. What was the function of this art work?
    10. 10. Is this statue “naturalistic”?
    11. 11. Who is this?
    12. 12. Who is this? Queen Nefertiti
    13. 13. Who did this belong to?
    14. 14. AGEAN
    15. 15. Where is this? What is it called?
    16. 16. This is the Goddess of ________________.
    17. 17. This statue is in which famous European museum? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mu6qEaAyaEU
    18. 18. THE CHRISTIAN ERA (chapter 18)
    19. 19. http://www.mapsofwar.com/ind/history-of-religion.html Timeline of Religion
    20. 20. By the year 250 c.e., 60% of Asia Minor was Christian
    21. 21. Christian Art was not concerned with worldly subject matter
    22. 22. ...but with making Christian culture come alive through imagery.
    23. 23. Santa Costanza . c. 354 CE .
    24. 24. San Vitale . 526–47 CE .
    25. 25. Constantine wanted early Christian churches to look as little as possible like earlier Classical temples.
    26. 26. Theodora and Her Attendants . c. 547
    27. 27. San Vitale, interior. c. 547 .
    28. 28. Theodora and Her Attendants . c. 547.
    29. 29. Islam 662 (approx) Beginning of Islam http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l96PuC8iUTY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pL4QpirJcYk
    30. 30. Hagia Sophia . 532–37 .
    31. 31. Hagia Sophia , interior. 532–37
    32. 32. Christ , from Deësis mosaic. Thirteenth century.
    33. 33. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zxRjx4Z5uU
    34. 34. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ocyyxHkCvm8&feature=channel
    35. 35. Courtyard of the Great Mosque of Damascus. 705–16.
    36. 36. Tile mosaic mihrab . c. 1354 (restored). 11 ft. 3 in. x 7 ft. 6 in.
    37. 37. The Expansion of Islam to 850 CE.
    38. 38. Djingareyber Mosque. Eleventh century .
    39. 39. Interior of the sanctuary of the Mosque at Córdoba , Spain. 786–987.
    40. 41. Religious imagery went through transformations toward naturalism. (Based on earlier Roman naturalism)
    41. 42. St. Matthew from the Lindisfarne Gospels . c. 700. 11 x 9 in.
    42. 43. St. Matthew from the Gospel Book of Charlemagne . c. 800–810. 13 x 10 in.
    43. 44. Romanesque
    44. 45. Gislebertus. Last Judgment , tympanum and lintel, Autun Cathedral. c. 1125–35. approximately 12 ft. 6 in. x 22 ft.
    45. 46. "We must...begin by distinguishing between that which is and never becomes, and that which is always becoming and never is." - Plato http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kj5bUbq1mlI
    46. 47. Gothic 1100s+ Large catherdrals flooded with light (not gold)
    47. 48. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5uORT3gFpJQ
    48. 49. Chartres Cathedral . 1145–1220 .
    49. 50. Choir of Cologne Cathedral . Thirteenth and fourteenth centuries.
    50. 51. Florence Cathedral (Santa Maria del Fiore). Begun by Arnolfo de Cambio, 1296; dome by Filippo Brunelleschi. 1420–36. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzDnJi-JeNI
    51. 55. Central portal of the west facade of Reims Cathedral . c. 1225–90 .
    52. 56. Annunciation and Visitation , detail, west portal, Reims Cathedral. c. 1225–45.
    53. 57. http://www.theonion.com/video/obama-outlines-moral-philosophical-justifications,18509/

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