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Arts
Quarter 1, Wk.7 - Module 7
Western Classical Art Traditions
Department of Education ● Republic of the Philippines
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Arts - Grade 9
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Quarter 1, Wk.7 – Module 7 Western Classical Art Traditions
First Edition, 2020
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Arts
Quarter 1, Wk.7 - Module 7
Western Classical Art Traditions
This instructional material was collaboratively developed and
reviewed by select teachers, school heads, Education Program Supervisor in
Filipino of the Department of Education - Division of Iligan City. We
encourage teachers and other education stakeholders to email their
feedback, comments, and recommendations to the Department of Education-
Iligan City Division at iligan.city@deped.gov.ph or Telefax: (063)221-
6069.
We value your feedback and recommendations.
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Table of Contents
What This Module is About......................................................................................................................................i
What I Need to Know .................................................................................................................................................ii
How to Learn from this Module.............................................................................................................................ii
Icons of this Module....................................................................................................................................................iii
What I Know.................................................................................................................................................................iii
Lesson 1:
The Influence of Iconic Artists in Western Classical Art Traditions
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What I Need to Know.................................................................................................................11
What’s New .................................................................................................................................11
What Is It...........................................................................................................................................12
What’s More ..................................................................................................................................16
What I Have Learned.................................................................................................................17
What I Can Do...............................................................................................................................18
Summary.............................................................................................................................18
Assessment: (Post-Test).................................................................................................19
Key to Answers.......................................................................................................................................................20
References................................................................................................................................................................20
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What This Module is About
This module is designed for our learner’s to still be active and productive at home for
this Pandemic situation. This module also gives an easy concept for the learner’s to
immediately understand what Western Classical Art Traditions is all about.
What I Need to Know
LEARNING AREA STANDARD
- The student shows a comprehension of fundamental ideas and forms in music and
craftsmanship through gratefulness, examination and execution for his/her self-
advancement, festivity of his/her Filipino social character what's more, decent variety,
and development of his/her reality vision.
KEY - STAGE STANDARD
- The student exhibits comprehension of striking highlights of music and crafts of the
Philippines and the world, through thankfulness, investigation, and execution, for self-
improvement, the festival of Filipino social personality and assorted variety, and the
extension of one's reality vision.
GRADE LEVEL STANDARD
- The student exhibits comprehension of notable highlights of Western music and
expressions of the human experience from various verifiable periods, through
appreciation, investigation, and execution for self-improvement, the festival of Filipino
social character and decent variety, and the development of one's reality vision.
CONTENT STANDARDS
The Learner:
blending and applying earlier information and aptitudes
advancement of associations, profound conviction, chronicled occasions, logical
revelations, catastrophic events/events and other outer wonder.
PERFORMANCE STANDARDS
The Learner:
(verbal/nonverbal) of a specific imaginative period.
various periods (strategies, procedure, components and standards of workmanship)
OBJECTIVES:
The Learner:
- Describes the influence of iconic artist belonging to Western Classical art on the
evolution of art forms.
- Show the influence of Western Classical art traditions to Philippine art form.
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How to Learn from this Module
To achieve the objectives cited above, you are to do the following:
• Take your time reading the lessons carefully.
• Follow the directions and/or instructions in the activities and exercises diligently.
• Answer all the given tests and exercises.
Icons of this Module
What I Need to This part contains learning objectives that
Know are set for you to learn as you go along the
module.
What I know This is an assessment as to your level of
knowledge to the subject matter at hand,
meant specifically to gauge prior related
knowledge
What’s In This part connects previous lesson with that
of the current one.
What’s New An introduction of the new lesson through
various activities, before it will be presented
to you
What is It These are discussions of the activities as a
way to deepen your discovery and under-
standing of the concept.
What’s More These are follow-up activities that are in-
tended for you to practice further in order to
master the competencies.
What I Have Activities designed to process what you
Learned have learned from the lesson
What I can do These are tasks that are designed to show-
case your skills and knowledge gained, and
applied into real-life concerns and situations.
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What I Know
PRE-ASSESSMENT:CHOOSY ME…
Direction: Choose the correct period/era listed inside the box. Write your
answer on the blank provided.
1. Altamira Bison ____________________
2. Canopic Jars ____________________
3. Odysseus Sirens ____________________
4. Hieroglyphics ____________________
5. Terracotta Funerary Plaque _______________________
6. The Fall of Constantinople _______________________
7. Stavelot.Triptych _______________________
8. Sculptures Entrance of the Eglise Saint- Maclou ____________________
9. Vase Painting ____________________
10. Emperor Justinian and his Attendants _____________________
Ancient Art Classical Art Medieval Art
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Lesson
The Influence of the Iconic
Artists in the Western
Classical Art Traditions
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What I Need to Know
Learning Competencies:
1. Describes the influence of iconic artist belonging to western
Classical art on the evolution of art forms.
2. Shows the influence of Western Classical art traditions to
Philippine art form.
What’s New
Activity 1. Online Activity: Show me your picture
Directions:
1. Using your internet, search for the different images of art works that comes from
Ancient era, Classical era, and Medieval era
2. Present it by using power point presentation at least 5-10 slides
3. Include its origin, name, and date
4. Present it to your teacher and classmates using webinar tool.
5. Include the link where did you search those images.
Offline Activity: Bring me
Directions:
1. In your home or backyard try to find any materials that is/are being used in different
types of art works during Ancient, Classical, Medieval Era’s.
2. Find any materials that is/are being used today for any types of art works (Painting,
Sculpture, and Architecture).
3. Compare those materials that you found,
4. Write that one on a sheet of paper.
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What Is It
PREHISTORICERA
Pre-historic incorporates all human presence before the development of composing.
Their specialty is of intrigue not exclusively to the workmanship antiquarians yet in addition
to paleologist and anthropologist, for whom the craftsmanship is just one piece of information
alongside fossils, dusts and different finds to a comprehension of early human life and
culture.
Paintings from the Pre-historic Era
Their compositions were found inside the caverns which may have been their method
of speaking with one another. It might likewise be for strict or stately purposes.
These works of art might be more an ancient rarity of the archeological proof than a
genuine image of people's initially made craftsmanship. Ancient drawings of
creatures were generally right in extent
CAVE OF ALTAMIRA
Altamira is a Paleolithic cave located in Santillana del Mar (Cantabria region), in the north of
Spain, and was declared World Heritage Site by the UNESCO in 1985.
https://www.ancient.eu/Altamira/
The cavern was found in 1868 by a tracker, Modesto Cubillas, when he discovered articles
made with stone, bones and horns, just as colorants, fauna, and shells that permitted the
cavern works of art's dating. These works just occurred at the passageway of the cavern.
Based in the Archaeological research, the paintings and engravings of the cave were made
by the people who inhabited during the different periods most of the technique used was
drawn by a charcoal which represented by animals.
Works of art from Ancient Egypt
The motivation behind Egyptian works of art is to make the expired existence in the
wake of death place charming. Considering this, topics incorporate excursion to the black
market acquainting the perished with the lords of the underworld by their defensive gods. It
underscores the significance of eternal life and the safeguarding of the information on the
past.
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Most canvases were exceptionally adapt, representative, and shows profile perspective on a
creature or a person. The primary hues utilized were red, dark, blue , gold and green taken
got from mineral shades that can withstand solid daylight without blurring.
ANUBIS- JUDGEMENT-GOD
Paintings from Classical Greek Era
Works of art during the old style period were most regularly found in jars, boards and
tomb. It delineates common figures with dynamic syntheses. A large portion of the subjects
were fight scenes, legendary figures, and regular scenes. It uncovers a grip of direct point of
view and naturalist portrayal.
Most common methods of Greek painting:
1. Fresco-technique for painting water-put together colors with respect to a newly
applied mortar as a rule on a divider surfaces. Hues are made with pound powder
shades in unadulterated water, dry and set with a mortar to turn into a perpetual
piece of the divider. Perfect for wall paintings, tough and has a matte style.
2. Encaustic–created to use by Greek boat manufacturers, who utilized the hot wax to
fill the splits of the boat. Before long shades (hues) was added and used to paint a
wax body.
Vase painting
Kerch Style additionally alluded to as Kerch Vases are red-figured earthenware named after
where it was found.
Shapes regularly discovered are:
1. pelike (wine compartment)
2. lekanis (a low bowl with two flat handles and a low expansive foot)
3. lebes gamikos (with high handles and cover use to convey wedding shower)
4. krater (bowl use for blending wine and water)
Paintings from the Romantic Era
The vast majority of the artworks in this period were replicated or imitated from
Hellenic Greek canvases. Fresco method was utilized in splendidly hued foundations;
division of the divider into a different rectangular regions (spasm tac-toe plan); multi-point
viewpoint; and a tropme-l'- oeil impact.
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Roman artworks have a wide assortment of subjects, creatures, regular day to day
existence, still life, legendary subjects, representations and scenes. The advancement of
scene painting is the primary development of Roman artwork from Greek work of art.
Paintings from the Medieval Era
Byzantine Painting
The vivacious styles of artistic creations which had been designed in Greek and
Rome lived on in Byzantium however this time for Christian subjects.
By the eleventh century, the Greek and Oriental styles appear to mix together in heavenly,
forcing pictures, which embellished the places of worship in enormous and little structures.
Emperor Justinian and His Attendants
Romanesque Painting
Buildings of Romanesque Revival style are most easily identified by their pronounced
round arches and heavy, massive stone or brick construction. Most have round towers,
squat columns and decorative plaques with intricate or interlacing patterns.
Gothic Painting
These include ribbed vaults, buttresses, clustered columns, ambulatories, wheel
windows, spires, stained glass windows, and richly carved door tympana.
SCULPTURES FROM THE EARLY AGE
Pre-Historic Sculptures
Materials utilized in models change as indicated by district and region. Archaeologists
accepted that their figure is an after-effect of common disintegration and not of human
imaginativeness. Habitually cutting may have legendary or strict centrality.
Sculptures from the Egyptian Era
Representative components were generally utilized, for example, structures,
hieroglyphics, relative size, area, materials, shading, activities and motions. Their tombs
required the most broad utilized of model.
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Sculptures from the Classical Period
Greek Sculptures
Early Greek figures were tense and firm, their bodies were covered up inside
enveloping robes. After three centuries of examinations, Greek models had at long last
advanced and indicated all the purposes of human life systems and extent.
Roman Sculptures
Most Roman models are made of momentous earthenware. They didn't endeavour to
contend with the detached Greek works of history or folklore yet rather they created reliefs in
the Great Roman triumphal segments with constant story reliefs around.
Sculptures form the Medieval Period
Byzantine Sculptures
The Byzantine sculpture in the early days is more an extensions of the Hellenistic art,
were portraits of great impacting aesthetics drama were produced. Sculpture underwent
changes very similar to those in architecture.
Romanesque Sculptures
Most Romanesque sculpture is pictorial and biblical in subject. Subject matter
overwhelmingly religious, although secular themes turn up in surprising places.
Gothic Sculptures
Gothic sculptures independent of architectural ornament were primarily created as
devotional objects for the home or intended as donations for local churches, although small
reliefs in ivory, bone and wood cover both religious and secular subjects, and were for
church and domestic use.
Architectures from the Early Age
Pre-Historic Architecture
Man has built up a type of engineering dependent on stone monuments (a major
stone) from the Greek word lithos (stone) and megas (enormous). This design is made of
colossal stone squares which were most likely proposed for entombment.
Megalithic landmarks have consistently touched off man's creative mind. It gave a lot of
legends and superstition. During this period, stones and shakes were related with
godlikeness.
Egyptian Architecture
Developed since 3000 bc and characterized by post and lintel construction, massive
walls covered with hieroglyphic and pictorial carving, flat roofs, and structures such as the
mastaba, obelisk, pylon and the Pyramids. Houses were built of clay or baked bricks.
Architectures from the Classical Period
Greek Architecture
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Classical Greek architecture is best represented by substantially intact ruins of
temples and open-air theaters. The architectural style of classical Greece can be divided into
three separate orders: the Doric Order, the Ionic Order, and the Corinthian Order.
Roman Architecture
It is also known as the Concrete Revolution, was the widespread use in Roman
architecture of the previously little-used architectural forms of the arch, vault, and dome. ...
These included amphitheatres, aqueducts, baths, bridges, circuses, dams, domes, harbours,
temples, and theatres.
Architectures from the Medieval Period
Byzantine Architecture
A central feature of Byzantine culture was Orthodox Christianity.
Hagia Sophia, the most famous and most spectacular example of Byzantine architecture,
was built between 532 and 537 to replace an early 5th century church that was destroyed by
a fire during the Nika riots in 523.
Romanesque Architecture
Combining features of ancient Roman and Byzantine buildings and other local
traditions, Romanesque architecture is known by its massive quality, thick walls, round
arches, sturdy pillars, barrel vaults, large towers and decorative arcading.
Gothic Architecture
The most fundamental element of the Gothic style of architecture is the pointed arch,
which was likely borrowed from Islamic architecture that would have been seen in Spain at
this time.
What’s More
Activity 2: My OBRAMAESTRA
Directions:
1. Create your own Painting, Sculpture or Architecture using the different Eras of
(Ancient, Classical and Medieval )
2. Artwork should be (COVID 19 Inspired or Theme)
3. You can add text in your artworks
Materials Needed:
Illustration board, ¼ cartolina, coloring materials, pencils, Clay, popsicle stick, glue, scissors
Note: be safe, ask assistance if needed
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What I Have Learned
Individual Activity 3: LETS VOLT IN!
Directions: After creating your Obra Maestra
let us combine what we have learned.
1. What is the Title of your artwork?
___________________________________________________________
2. What type of Period and Era’s did you use in your artwork?
___________________________________________________________
3. What inspires you in doing your artworks?
______________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________
4. What are the special features/characteristics in your artwork that was inspired on the
different period and Era’s?
___________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________
RUBRIC FOR ARTWORK
Criteria
5 4 3 2 1
Composition and
design:
- Shows the theme
and motifs of the
different period/eras
Process:
- Follows the
instruction in doing
the activity
Materials used:
Used proper
materials and tools
prescribed in the
activity
Overall look of the
artwork:
-Shows neatness
and creativeness
Total
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What I Can Do
Activity 4. Performance Task: MY TREASURE (Portfolio Making)
Directions: from the Start of the Lesson including Pre assessment create your own Portfolio
and pass it your teacher either in online or offline.
CRITERIA FOR PORTFOLIO MAKING
a. Content---------------------50%
b. Format/Style--------------15%
c. Originality------------------15%
d. Neatness------------------10%
e. Punctuality----------------10%
100%
Summary
Pre-notable craftsmanship isn't anything but difficult to understand. These works of art are
pieces of information for archaeologists in understanding the Stone Age human progress.
Archaeologists are given a look into the brains of the crude individuals through their craft
works and discover what they have experienced to produce those photos.
The attributes of Egyptian craftsmanship are a mix of geometric normality and sharp
perception of nature. Their craft were arranged into three: first craftsmanship utilized in the
home-furnishings, adornments, instruments and some increasingly, second workmanship
utilized in the dead – tombs, covers mummy cases, and wrapping for the body, third
workmanship was made for the divine beings and their cleric and rulers in sanctuaries,
artistic creations, sculptures.
Greek workmanship style was a sample of Western authenticity or "naturalism". Specialists
have examined life structures, material science and optics, just as procedures of cutting,
painting, building, gold-working and earthenware production.
Roman craftsmen attempted to recreate their general surroundings as practically as
possible. Their engineering was intended to mirror the intensity of the city and to make in all
individuals a wonderment of its supreme force. Roman craftsmanship is an impression of
blend of obtained societies melded with nearby customs to shape their own styles and
conventions.
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Assessment: (Post-Test)
IDENTIFICATION:Identify the correct answer described by the statement. Write the correct
answer on the space provided.
_______1. This design is made of colossal stone squares which were most likely proposed
for entombment.
_______2. This is a type of Sculpture were figure are tense and firm, their bodies were
covered up inside enveloping robes.
_______3. This type of Sculpture usually uses models that are made of momentous
earthenware, with triumphal segments and constant story reliefs around.
_______4. The vivacious styles of artistic creations which had been designed in Greek and
Rome with Christian subjects.
_______5. A type of Painting that are red-figured earthenware named after where it was
found. It also comes with different shapes like, pelike and lekanis.
_______6. A method of painting created to use by Greek boat manufacturers, who utilized
the hot wax to fill the splits of the boat.
_______7. A method of painting that water-put together colors with respect to a newly
applied mortar as a rule on a divider surfaces, perfect for wall paintings.
________8. They believed that a works of art is to make the expired existence in the wake
of death place charming, The primary hues utilized were red, dark, blue , gold
and green.
_________9. The cave of Altamira.
_________10. Works of art during period were most regularly found in jars, boards and
tomb,with subjects were fight scenes, legendary figures, and regular scenes.
Greek Sculptures Byzantine Painting Fresco
Pre-Historic Architecture Kerch Style Ancient Egypt
Roman Sculptures Encaustic Pre-historic Era of painting
Paintings from Classical Greek Era
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Key to Answers
Pre-Assessment
.
1. Ancient art
2. Ancient art
3. Classical art
4. Ancient art
5. Classical art
6. Medieval art
7. Medieval art
8. Medieval art
9. Classical art
10. Medieval art
Activity 1,2,3 & 4 ( Answers are indefinite)
Post-Assessment
References
A. Books:
Badiola, Mary Grace J. Vecino Danilo S.et. al. (2014). A Journey Through Western
Music and Arts. Department of Education. Sunshine Interlinks Publishing House,Inc.
Department of Education ( 2014 ). Music and Arts- Learner’s Material
B. Websites:
https://www.depednegor.net/uploads/8/3/5/2/8352879/arts_9_lm_draft_4.7.2014.pdf
https://www.ancient.eu/Altamira/
C. For Pictures:
https://www.wallpaperflare.com/egyptian-hieroglyphics-board-anubis-judgement-god-
ancient-wallpaper-abnoc
https://www.flickr.com/photos/24736216@N07/5931753990
https://www.flickr.com/photos/87249144@N08/49727492728
https://pixabay.com/illustrations/thank-you-wall-frontliner-pandemic-5039902/
https://www.pikrepo.com/fyiar/assorted-color-building-painting
1. Pre-Historic Architecture 6.Encaustic
2. Greek Sculptures 7.Fresco
3. Roman Sculptures 8.Ancient Egypt
4. Byzantine Painting 9. Pre-historic Era of painting
5. Kerch Style 10. Paintings from Classical Greek Era
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Telefax: (063)221-6069
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  • 1. 1 N O T Arts Quarter 1, Wk.7 - Module 7 Western Classical Art Traditions Department of Education ● Republic of the Philippines 9
  • 2. 2 Arts - Grade 9 Alternative Delivery Mode Quarter 1, Wk.7 – Module 7 Western Classical Art Traditions First Edition, 2020 Republic Act 8293, section 176 states that: No copyright shall subsist in any work of the Government of the Philippines. However, prior approval of the government agency or office wherein the work is created shall be necessary for exploitation of such work for profit. Such agency or office may, among other things, impose as a condition the payment of royalty. Borrowed materials (i.e., songs, stories, poems, pictures, photos, brand names, trademarks, etc.) included in this book are owned by their respective copyright holders. Every effort has been exerted to locate and seek permission to use these materials from their respective copyright owners. The publisher and authors do not represent nor claim ownership over them. Published by the Department of Education – Division of Iligan City Schools Division Superintendent: Roy Angelo L. Gazo, PhD.,CESO V Development Team of the Module Author/s: Abdullah C. Ananggo Jr. Evaluators/Editors: Arcie Mae A. Engaño, Violeta B. Calabio Illustrator and Layout Artist: Management Team Chairperson: Roy Angelo E. Gazo, PhD., CESO V Schools Division Superintendent Co-Chairpersons: Nimfa R. Lago, PhD., CESE Assistant Schools Division Superintendent Members Henry B. Abueva OIC-CID Chief Nanette Kay D. Mercado, PhD., EPS-MAPEH Sherlita L. Daguisonan, PhD., EPS-LRMS Meriam S. Otarra, PDO II Charlotte D. Quidlat, Librarian II Printed in the Philippines by Department of Education – Division of Iligan City Office Address: General Aguinaldo, St., Iligan City Telefax: (063)221-6069 E-mail Address: iligan.city@deped.gov.ph
  • 3. 3 Arts Quarter 1, Wk.7 - Module 7 Western Classical Art Traditions This instructional material was collaboratively developed and reviewed by select teachers, school heads, Education Program Supervisor in Filipino of the Department of Education - Division of Iligan City. We encourage teachers and other education stakeholders to email their feedback, comments, and recommendations to the Department of Education- Iligan City Division at iligan.city@deped.gov.ph or Telefax: (063)221- 6069. We value your feedback and recommendations. Department of Education ● Republic of the Philippines 9
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  • 5. 5 Table of Contents What This Module is About......................................................................................................................................i What I Need to Know .................................................................................................................................................ii How to Learn from this Module.............................................................................................................................ii Icons of this Module....................................................................................................................................................iii What I Know.................................................................................................................................................................iii Lesson 1: The Influence of Iconic Artists in Western Classical Art Traditions ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 11 What I Need to Know.................................................................................................................11 What’s New .................................................................................................................................11 What Is It...........................................................................................................................................12 What’s More ..................................................................................................................................16 What I Have Learned.................................................................................................................17 What I Can Do...............................................................................................................................18 Summary.............................................................................................................................18 Assessment: (Post-Test).................................................................................................19 Key to Answers.......................................................................................................................................................20 References................................................................................................................................................................20
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  • 7. 7 What This Module is About This module is designed for our learner’s to still be active and productive at home for this Pandemic situation. This module also gives an easy concept for the learner’s to immediately understand what Western Classical Art Traditions is all about. What I Need to Know LEARNING AREA STANDARD - The student shows a comprehension of fundamental ideas and forms in music and craftsmanship through gratefulness, examination and execution for his/her self- advancement, festivity of his/her Filipino social character what's more, decent variety, and development of his/her reality vision. KEY - STAGE STANDARD - The student exhibits comprehension of striking highlights of music and crafts of the Philippines and the world, through thankfulness, investigation, and execution, for self- improvement, the festival of Filipino social personality and assorted variety, and the extension of one's reality vision. GRADE LEVEL STANDARD - The student exhibits comprehension of notable highlights of Western music and expressions of the human experience from various verifiable periods, through appreciation, investigation, and execution for self-improvement, the festival of Filipino social character and decent variety, and the development of one's reality vision. CONTENT STANDARDS The Learner: blending and applying earlier information and aptitudes advancement of associations, profound conviction, chronicled occasions, logical revelations, catastrophic events/events and other outer wonder. PERFORMANCE STANDARDS The Learner: (verbal/nonverbal) of a specific imaginative period. various periods (strategies, procedure, components and standards of workmanship) OBJECTIVES: The Learner: - Describes the influence of iconic artist belonging to Western Classical art on the evolution of art forms. - Show the influence of Western Classical art traditions to Philippine art form.
  • 8. 8 How to Learn from this Module To achieve the objectives cited above, you are to do the following: • Take your time reading the lessons carefully. • Follow the directions and/or instructions in the activities and exercises diligently. • Answer all the given tests and exercises. Icons of this Module What I Need to This part contains learning objectives that Know are set for you to learn as you go along the module. What I know This is an assessment as to your level of knowledge to the subject matter at hand, meant specifically to gauge prior related knowledge What’s In This part connects previous lesson with that of the current one. What’s New An introduction of the new lesson through various activities, before it will be presented to you What is It These are discussions of the activities as a way to deepen your discovery and under- standing of the concept. What’s More These are follow-up activities that are in- tended for you to practice further in order to master the competencies. What I Have Activities designed to process what you Learned have learned from the lesson What I can do These are tasks that are designed to show- case your skills and knowledge gained, and applied into real-life concerns and situations.
  • 9. 9 What I Know PRE-ASSESSMENT:CHOOSY ME… Direction: Choose the correct period/era listed inside the box. Write your answer on the blank provided. 1. Altamira Bison ____________________ 2. Canopic Jars ____________________ 3. Odysseus Sirens ____________________ 4. Hieroglyphics ____________________ 5. Terracotta Funerary Plaque _______________________ 6. The Fall of Constantinople _______________________ 7. Stavelot.Triptych _______________________ 8. Sculptures Entrance of the Eglise Saint- Maclou ____________________ 9. Vase Painting ____________________ 10. Emperor Justinian and his Attendants _____________________ Ancient Art Classical Art Medieval Art
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  • 11. 11 Lesson The Influence of the Iconic Artists in the Western Classical Art Traditions 1 What I Need to Know Learning Competencies: 1. Describes the influence of iconic artist belonging to western Classical art on the evolution of art forms. 2. Shows the influence of Western Classical art traditions to Philippine art form. What’s New Activity 1. Online Activity: Show me your picture Directions: 1. Using your internet, search for the different images of art works that comes from Ancient era, Classical era, and Medieval era 2. Present it by using power point presentation at least 5-10 slides 3. Include its origin, name, and date 4. Present it to your teacher and classmates using webinar tool. 5. Include the link where did you search those images. Offline Activity: Bring me Directions: 1. In your home or backyard try to find any materials that is/are being used in different types of art works during Ancient, Classical, Medieval Era’s. 2. Find any materials that is/are being used today for any types of art works (Painting, Sculpture, and Architecture). 3. Compare those materials that you found, 4. Write that one on a sheet of paper.
  • 12. 12 What Is It PREHISTORICERA Pre-historic incorporates all human presence before the development of composing. Their specialty is of intrigue not exclusively to the workmanship antiquarians yet in addition to paleologist and anthropologist, for whom the craftsmanship is just one piece of information alongside fossils, dusts and different finds to a comprehension of early human life and culture. Paintings from the Pre-historic Era Their compositions were found inside the caverns which may have been their method of speaking with one another. It might likewise be for strict or stately purposes. These works of art might be more an ancient rarity of the archeological proof than a genuine image of people's initially made craftsmanship. Ancient drawings of creatures were generally right in extent CAVE OF ALTAMIRA Altamira is a Paleolithic cave located in Santillana del Mar (Cantabria region), in the north of Spain, and was declared World Heritage Site by the UNESCO in 1985. https://www.ancient.eu/Altamira/ The cavern was found in 1868 by a tracker, Modesto Cubillas, when he discovered articles made with stone, bones and horns, just as colorants, fauna, and shells that permitted the cavern works of art's dating. These works just occurred at the passageway of the cavern. Based in the Archaeological research, the paintings and engravings of the cave were made by the people who inhabited during the different periods most of the technique used was drawn by a charcoal which represented by animals. Works of art from Ancient Egypt The motivation behind Egyptian works of art is to make the expired existence in the wake of death place charming. Considering this, topics incorporate excursion to the black market acquainting the perished with the lords of the underworld by their defensive gods. It underscores the significance of eternal life and the safeguarding of the information on the past.
  • 13. 13 Most canvases were exceptionally adapt, representative, and shows profile perspective on a creature or a person. The primary hues utilized were red, dark, blue , gold and green taken got from mineral shades that can withstand solid daylight without blurring. ANUBIS- JUDGEMENT-GOD Paintings from Classical Greek Era Works of art during the old style period were most regularly found in jars, boards and tomb. It delineates common figures with dynamic syntheses. A large portion of the subjects were fight scenes, legendary figures, and regular scenes. It uncovers a grip of direct point of view and naturalist portrayal. Most common methods of Greek painting: 1. Fresco-technique for painting water-put together colors with respect to a newly applied mortar as a rule on a divider surfaces. Hues are made with pound powder shades in unadulterated water, dry and set with a mortar to turn into a perpetual piece of the divider. Perfect for wall paintings, tough and has a matte style. 2. Encaustic–created to use by Greek boat manufacturers, who utilized the hot wax to fill the splits of the boat. Before long shades (hues) was added and used to paint a wax body. Vase painting Kerch Style additionally alluded to as Kerch Vases are red-figured earthenware named after where it was found. Shapes regularly discovered are: 1. pelike (wine compartment) 2. lekanis (a low bowl with two flat handles and a low expansive foot) 3. lebes gamikos (with high handles and cover use to convey wedding shower) 4. krater (bowl use for blending wine and water) Paintings from the Romantic Era The vast majority of the artworks in this period were replicated or imitated from Hellenic Greek canvases. Fresco method was utilized in splendidly hued foundations; division of the divider into a different rectangular regions (spasm tac-toe plan); multi-point viewpoint; and a tropme-l'- oeil impact.
  • 14. 14 Roman artworks have a wide assortment of subjects, creatures, regular day to day existence, still life, legendary subjects, representations and scenes. The advancement of scene painting is the primary development of Roman artwork from Greek work of art. Paintings from the Medieval Era Byzantine Painting The vivacious styles of artistic creations which had been designed in Greek and Rome lived on in Byzantium however this time for Christian subjects. By the eleventh century, the Greek and Oriental styles appear to mix together in heavenly, forcing pictures, which embellished the places of worship in enormous and little structures. Emperor Justinian and His Attendants Romanesque Painting Buildings of Romanesque Revival style are most easily identified by their pronounced round arches and heavy, massive stone or brick construction. Most have round towers, squat columns and decorative plaques with intricate or interlacing patterns. Gothic Painting These include ribbed vaults, buttresses, clustered columns, ambulatories, wheel windows, spires, stained glass windows, and richly carved door tympana. SCULPTURES FROM THE EARLY AGE Pre-Historic Sculptures Materials utilized in models change as indicated by district and region. Archaeologists accepted that their figure is an after-effect of common disintegration and not of human imaginativeness. Habitually cutting may have legendary or strict centrality. Sculptures from the Egyptian Era Representative components were generally utilized, for example, structures, hieroglyphics, relative size, area, materials, shading, activities and motions. Their tombs required the most broad utilized of model.
  • 15. 15 Sculptures from the Classical Period Greek Sculptures Early Greek figures were tense and firm, their bodies were covered up inside enveloping robes. After three centuries of examinations, Greek models had at long last advanced and indicated all the purposes of human life systems and extent. Roman Sculptures Most Roman models are made of momentous earthenware. They didn't endeavour to contend with the detached Greek works of history or folklore yet rather they created reliefs in the Great Roman triumphal segments with constant story reliefs around. Sculptures form the Medieval Period Byzantine Sculptures The Byzantine sculpture in the early days is more an extensions of the Hellenistic art, were portraits of great impacting aesthetics drama were produced. Sculpture underwent changes very similar to those in architecture. Romanesque Sculptures Most Romanesque sculpture is pictorial and biblical in subject. Subject matter overwhelmingly religious, although secular themes turn up in surprising places. Gothic Sculptures Gothic sculptures independent of architectural ornament were primarily created as devotional objects for the home or intended as donations for local churches, although small reliefs in ivory, bone and wood cover both religious and secular subjects, and were for church and domestic use. Architectures from the Early Age Pre-Historic Architecture Man has built up a type of engineering dependent on stone monuments (a major stone) from the Greek word lithos (stone) and megas (enormous). This design is made of colossal stone squares which were most likely proposed for entombment. Megalithic landmarks have consistently touched off man's creative mind. It gave a lot of legends and superstition. During this period, stones and shakes were related with godlikeness. Egyptian Architecture Developed since 3000 bc and characterized by post and lintel construction, massive walls covered with hieroglyphic and pictorial carving, flat roofs, and structures such as the mastaba, obelisk, pylon and the Pyramids. Houses were built of clay or baked bricks. Architectures from the Classical Period Greek Architecture
  • 16. 16 Classical Greek architecture is best represented by substantially intact ruins of temples and open-air theaters. The architectural style of classical Greece can be divided into three separate orders: the Doric Order, the Ionic Order, and the Corinthian Order. Roman Architecture It is also known as the Concrete Revolution, was the widespread use in Roman architecture of the previously little-used architectural forms of the arch, vault, and dome. ... These included amphitheatres, aqueducts, baths, bridges, circuses, dams, domes, harbours, temples, and theatres. Architectures from the Medieval Period Byzantine Architecture A central feature of Byzantine culture was Orthodox Christianity. Hagia Sophia, the most famous and most spectacular example of Byzantine architecture, was built between 532 and 537 to replace an early 5th century church that was destroyed by a fire during the Nika riots in 523. Romanesque Architecture Combining features of ancient Roman and Byzantine buildings and other local traditions, Romanesque architecture is known by its massive quality, thick walls, round arches, sturdy pillars, barrel vaults, large towers and decorative arcading. Gothic Architecture The most fundamental element of the Gothic style of architecture is the pointed arch, which was likely borrowed from Islamic architecture that would have been seen in Spain at this time. What’s More Activity 2: My OBRAMAESTRA Directions: 1. Create your own Painting, Sculpture or Architecture using the different Eras of (Ancient, Classical and Medieval ) 2. Artwork should be (COVID 19 Inspired or Theme) 3. You can add text in your artworks Materials Needed: Illustration board, ¼ cartolina, coloring materials, pencils, Clay, popsicle stick, glue, scissors Note: be safe, ask assistance if needed
  • 17. 17 What I Have Learned Individual Activity 3: LETS VOLT IN! Directions: After creating your Obra Maestra let us combine what we have learned. 1. What is the Title of your artwork? ___________________________________________________________ 2. What type of Period and Era’s did you use in your artwork? ___________________________________________________________ 3. What inspires you in doing your artworks? ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ 4. What are the special features/characteristics in your artwork that was inspired on the different period and Era’s? ___________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ RUBRIC FOR ARTWORK Criteria 5 4 3 2 1 Composition and design: - Shows the theme and motifs of the different period/eras Process: - Follows the instruction in doing the activity Materials used: Used proper materials and tools prescribed in the activity Overall look of the artwork: -Shows neatness and creativeness Total
  • 18. 18 What I Can Do Activity 4. Performance Task: MY TREASURE (Portfolio Making) Directions: from the Start of the Lesson including Pre assessment create your own Portfolio and pass it your teacher either in online or offline. CRITERIA FOR PORTFOLIO MAKING a. Content---------------------50% b. Format/Style--------------15% c. Originality------------------15% d. Neatness------------------10% e. Punctuality----------------10% 100% Summary Pre-notable craftsmanship isn't anything but difficult to understand. These works of art are pieces of information for archaeologists in understanding the Stone Age human progress. Archaeologists are given a look into the brains of the crude individuals through their craft works and discover what they have experienced to produce those photos. The attributes of Egyptian craftsmanship are a mix of geometric normality and sharp perception of nature. Their craft were arranged into three: first craftsmanship utilized in the home-furnishings, adornments, instruments and some increasingly, second workmanship utilized in the dead – tombs, covers mummy cases, and wrapping for the body, third workmanship was made for the divine beings and their cleric and rulers in sanctuaries, artistic creations, sculptures. Greek workmanship style was a sample of Western authenticity or "naturalism". Specialists have examined life structures, material science and optics, just as procedures of cutting, painting, building, gold-working and earthenware production. Roman craftsmen attempted to recreate their general surroundings as practically as possible. Their engineering was intended to mirror the intensity of the city and to make in all individuals a wonderment of its supreme force. Roman craftsmanship is an impression of blend of obtained societies melded with nearby customs to shape their own styles and conventions.
  • 19. 19 Assessment: (Post-Test) IDENTIFICATION:Identify the correct answer described by the statement. Write the correct answer on the space provided. _______1. This design is made of colossal stone squares which were most likely proposed for entombment. _______2. This is a type of Sculpture were figure are tense and firm, their bodies were covered up inside enveloping robes. _______3. This type of Sculpture usually uses models that are made of momentous earthenware, with triumphal segments and constant story reliefs around. _______4. The vivacious styles of artistic creations which had been designed in Greek and Rome with Christian subjects. _______5. A type of Painting that are red-figured earthenware named after where it was found. It also comes with different shapes like, pelike and lekanis. _______6. A method of painting created to use by Greek boat manufacturers, who utilized the hot wax to fill the splits of the boat. _______7. A method of painting that water-put together colors with respect to a newly applied mortar as a rule on a divider surfaces, perfect for wall paintings. ________8. They believed that a works of art is to make the expired existence in the wake of death place charming, The primary hues utilized were red, dark, blue , gold and green. _________9. The cave of Altamira. _________10. Works of art during period were most regularly found in jars, boards and tomb,with subjects were fight scenes, legendary figures, and regular scenes. Greek Sculptures Byzantine Painting Fresco Pre-Historic Architecture Kerch Style Ancient Egypt Roman Sculptures Encaustic Pre-historic Era of painting Paintings from Classical Greek Era
  • 20. 20 Key to Answers Pre-Assessment . 1. Ancient art 2. Ancient art 3. Classical art 4. Ancient art 5. Classical art 6. Medieval art 7. Medieval art 8. Medieval art 9. Classical art 10. Medieval art Activity 1,2,3 & 4 ( Answers are indefinite) Post-Assessment References A. Books: Badiola, Mary Grace J. Vecino Danilo S.et. al. (2014). A Journey Through Western Music and Arts. Department of Education. Sunshine Interlinks Publishing House,Inc. Department of Education ( 2014 ). Music and Arts- Learner’s Material B. Websites: https://www.depednegor.net/uploads/8/3/5/2/8352879/arts_9_lm_draft_4.7.2014.pdf https://www.ancient.eu/Altamira/ C. For Pictures: https://www.wallpaperflare.com/egyptian-hieroglyphics-board-anubis-judgement-god- ancient-wallpaper-abnoc https://www.flickr.com/photos/24736216@N07/5931753990 https://www.flickr.com/photos/87249144@N08/49727492728 https://pixabay.com/illustrations/thank-you-wall-frontliner-pandemic-5039902/ https://www.pikrepo.com/fyiar/assorted-color-building-painting 1. Pre-Historic Architecture 6.Encaustic 2. Greek Sculptures 7.Fresco 3. Roman Sculptures 8.Ancient Egypt 4. Byzantine Painting 9. Pre-historic Era of painting 5. Kerch Style 10. Paintings from Classical Greek Era
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