Lecture 5 - Lecture 5 1 Parthenon a Was brightly colored b General color of greek temples have traces of color do not know that all was

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Lecture 5 1. Parthenon a. Was brightly colored. b. General color of greek temples have traces of color, do not know that all was polychrome.  (in contrast to monochrome.) c. Metepes: battles.  d. Frieze, colored. e. Sir Alma-Tadama, Phidias and the Parthenon frieze.  i. Viewing of parthenon ii. No proof of this happening iii. Artistic rendition f. Coloring of the sculpture i. Egyptian, paint in tact. ii. Rahotep and Wife (Nofert), 25 BCE, 47 inches tall, polychrome limestone iii. Men typically darker than woman iv. Queen Nefertiti, 1350 BCE, 18th dynasty. In East Berlin. 2. Hanging Garden of Babylon. Iraq a. Ishtar Gates, made of Glazed Bricks. b. Both naturalistic and fanciful 3. Roman wall paintings, very elaborate. Red backdrop and scenic portrayals, fresco,  tempera paint on wel walls. a. Forth style. 100 CE b. 100 BC c. Uonpe L'oeil, to fool the eye, techniques. i.
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This note was uploaded on 05/23/2008 for the course ARTHIST V55.0720 taught by Professor Silver during the Spring '08 term at NYU.

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