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8.24_paleo_and_neo - Art 1440 8.24 Chapter One The Birth of...

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Art 1440 8.24 Chapter One The Birth of Art Africa, Europe, and Near East in Stone Age Prehisotric Europe and Near East As humans we have a need to leave something behind that reflects who we are. Before written text we have cave paintings that show how people lived. Most of them are in Germany and France, but end up moving to Mesopotamia (modern Syria and Iraq between Tigris and Euphrates,) and finally move to Salsburry (where stone henge is.) Goals - Understand origins of time period, human development, and human activity - Explore creativity, representation, style innovation in paleolithic - Describe role of human and animal in Paleolithic art - Examine materials and technique of the art - Show difference of paleolithic and neolithic as a result of social and environmental surroundings - Understand and evaluate the types of art prevalent in neolithic Paleolithic Fig. 1.1 – Pebble resembles human face. Found in South Africa. Location is important when considering if something is art or not. Fig 1.4 -
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This note was uploaded on 07/15/2008 for the course ART 1440 taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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8.24_paleo_and_neo - Art 1440 8.24 Chapter One The Birth of...

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