GREEK ART HISTORY STUDY GUIDE

GREEK ART HISTORY STUDY GUIDE - 1. Kroisos 2. Greece 3....

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Study Guide 6 Kouros: a sculptured representation of a young man. Apollo: light, healing, music, poetry, prophecy, and manly beauty. Artemis: sister of Apollo, characterized as a virgin huntress and associated with the moon. Aphrodite: Goddess of Beauty. Athena: Goddess of Wisdom and the useful arts. Kore: sculptured representation of a young woman. Façade: the front of a building, esp. an imposing or decorative one. Dionysus: God of Wine. Red-figure: figurative representations in red against a black-slip background, 3D illusion. Black-figure: silhouetted figures painted in black slip on a red clay body, 2D. Peripteral: Having a single row of columns on all sides. Dipteral: Having a double row of columns on all sides. 1. Dipylon Vase (krater) (c. 750 BCE) 2. Greece 3. Geometric Style/ Greek 4. Portrays funeral.
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1. Dying Warrior from East Pediment 2. Greece 3. Archaic Period/ Greek 4. Shows ideal Greek, athletic and calm and composed, even in the face of death.
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Unformatted text preview: 1. Kroisos 2. Greece 3. Archaic Period/Greek 4. More sense of organic human being, might have been grave monument to fallen warrior. 1. Peplos Kore (c. 1450 - 1375 BCE) 2. Greece 3. Archaic / Greek 4. Wearing peplos with an archaic smile. Showed restrictive lifestyle. 1. Euphronius: Kylix Krater w/ Death of Sarpedon 2. Greece 3. Red-figure style/ Greek 4. Used for mixing water & wine 1. Apollo with Battling Lapiths & Centaurs 2. Greece 3. Early Classical Period / Greek 4. Lapiths had a wedding feast & centaurs crashed the wedding, and tried to take women. 1. Kritian Boy (c. 480 BCE) 2. Greece 3. Early Classical Period / Greek 4. Showing weight shift, more expression. 1. Charioteer of Delphi 2. Greece 3. Early Classical Period / Greek 4. May have been Apollos charioteer representing movement around sun....
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