nov 8 - Art History Notes- November 8, 2007 Art History...

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Art History Notes- November 8, 2007 Art History  November 8, 2007 Abduction of Persephone,  c. 366 BCE, Vergina (tomb I), Forth Century Classical,  Macedonia -what elements participate in the 4 th  century in Greece ? his face (Hades): dreamy meditative quality like he is already thinking about  what he will do next his body: muscular, strong, ideal body / her body: idealized subtle expression mastery of a sense of movement Alexander the Great Confronts Darius III at the Battle of Issos , original c. 310  BCE, from the House of the Faun, Pompeii, Hellenistic, Italy Said to be done by Helen of Egypt Foreshortening- commonly found on vase painting Attempts at naturalism, balance or mix between simplicity and ornamentation Head of Alexander of Macedon , c. 200 BCE, copy of an original by Lysippos,  Hellenistic, Turkey   Copy of an original by lyssipus Expression: developed by Alexander looking up and beyond in a  contemplative manner, not in superiority but as if he is in some other realm Hair: lion like illusion to the representation of Apollo Shows a sense of worthiness to the figure Eutyche,  Tyche of Antioch , c. 300 BCE, Hellenistic, Antioch Eutyche = good luck/fortune  Seated on a rock with her foot on a male figure (river god) Ability to control the water
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Hold a sheaf of wheat agricultural control On her head a crown representing city walls showing that fortune is 
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This note was uploaded on 05/20/2008 for the course ART 101 taught by Professor Gilby during the Spring '08 term at Endicott.

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