2 ARTH 251-Greek Archaic-Classical

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ARTH 251 Greek Sculpture, Vase Painting, and Mosiacs 28 September, 1 and 3 October 2007 I. The Archaic Style A. Geometric Style: Man and Centaur and Mantiklos Apollo*, ca. 750 BCE B. Architectural Sculpture 1. Battle Btw Gods and Giants, Treasury of the Siphnians, Delphi, ca. 525 BCE -- relief 2. Temple of Aphaia, Aegina, ca. 500-490 BCE a. pedimental decoration with free-standing sculpture b. East Pediment – Athena overseeing Herakles battling Trojans 1. Herakles * -- in Olympic pose 2. Dying (Fallen) Warrior c. Horrors!!!! – polychromy (paint) C. Free-standing Sculpture 1. Kouros (Youth) Figures – probably votive or commemorative in function a. Mantiklos Apollo, ca. 750 BCE b. Metropolitan Kouros, ca. 600 BCE c. Kroisos (young man killed in battle) of Anavysos, ca. 530 BCE – funerary d. Menkaure and Wife, ca, 2500 BCE 2. Kore (Maiden) Figures – probably votive attendants a. Berlin Kore, found at Keratea cemetery, Athens, ca. 570 BCE b. Peplos Kore, found at Acropolis, Athens, ca. 530 BCE c. Kore with elaborate drapery, found at Acropolis, Athens, ca. 530 BCE – was it made by a sculptor on an island near Turkey? d.
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course ART HIST 101 taught by Professor Watkinson during the Spring '07 term at William & Mary.

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