FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE - CHAPTER 17 ART BEYOND THE WEST...

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CHAPTER 17 ART BEYOND THE WEST African art – Altar of the Hand, fetish figures Oceanic art – figural sculpture of Easter Island, ancestor poles Mayan temple sculpture Indian art - Sanchi Stupa , Indian, begun 3rd Century BCE, Sanchi, India Great Temple at Tanjore , c. 1010, Indian, Tamil Nadu, India Chinese art - Fan Kuan, Travelers amid Mountains, Chinese, 10th-11th c., ink and colors on silk, Northern Song Dynasty. Japanese art – influenced by China, Korea, Buddhism, Hinduism, etc….appreciates imperfections, as seen in pottery Islamic art – does not use figural depictions in religious context. Uses script for decorations, as well as organic forms, …highly designed compositions -similarities/ comparisons with works of these cultures to Western cultures previously studied. CHAPTER 18 MODERN ART Neoclassicism – looking to Greece and Rome again – restrained emotion, reason, rationality, linearity of composition, clean crisp lines Thomas Jefferson, Monticello , 1770-1806, American Neo-Classicism
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course ARTS 2000 taught by Professor Broome during the Fall '07 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE - CHAPTER 17 ART BEYOND THE WEST...

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