Parthenon Frieze Information.pdf

Parthenon Frieze Information.pdf

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ARH 301 BRADLEY REFELCTION JOURNAL: SCULPTURE DUE: OCTOBER 12 “Horsemen in the Panathenaic Procession” & “Lapith and Centaur” plaster casts from the Acropolis, Athens, Greece, around 447-438 BC You are required to visit both sculptures in person at the Blanton Museum of Art on UT’s campus. This is primarily a looking assignment, NOT a research paper. There is no need to consult any scholarly or UT sources on the web, other than your textbook (Wilkins) and supplementary information provided in a separate handout. Format and Submission: 4-5 pages , the content should guide your work, not word count. Sketch at least two drawings of each sculpture before responding to any questions. Do not worry about including a high degree of detail. Instead, try to capture specific qualities or characteristics you observe through this process or looking. Consider how you want to represent shadow, depth, volume, texture, or movement. Over the course of thinking and writing about these sculptures, your focus may shift. Feel free to revise your drawing accordingly (or include a before and after). Remember, these works were about 50’ off the ground. It might help to kneel down and away from the works as you look. Blue books are due October 12 in class or by 5pm in my mailbox (located in the Art and Art History Department, Doty Fine Arts Building) Subject-matter & Historical Context:
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