THEMES & ORGANIZATION

THEMES & ORGANIZATION - Themes 1. Specify the term...

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Themes 1. Specify the term that describes works in which the artist uses a monochrome technique that makes figures look like marble statues and offer examples of that technique: grisaille; Giotto di Bondone’s frescoes in the Scrovegni (“Arena”) Chapel in Padua, Italy [1305-1306]; Jan van Eyck ’s grisaille figures on the outsides of the wings of tryptychs , including the Ghent Altarpiece (or Adoration of the Mystic Lamb, or The Lamb of God ) in the chapel at Saint Bavo Cathedral in Ghent, Belgium [1432]; Jean Pucelle’s The Book of Hours of Jeanne D’Evreaux, originally in Paris [1325-1328], now in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York. 2. Identify works that demonstrate the importance of the rise of vernacular literature: 3. Specify the term that identifies a symbol used to help the textually illiterate identify a saint and name examples of works that include such a symbol: 4. Identify works that demonstrate the Early Renaissance emphasis on the fulfillment of individual human potential: 5. Identify works that demonstrate the principle of precision of narrative moment: 6. A work that demonstrates the principle of domestication, naturalization and localization of the sacred: 7. Identify works in which characters from scriptural or classical pagan narratives are used to convey a political message: ***Donatello's David 8. Identify works that demonstrate the principle of the materiality of spirit: 9. Identify the works submitted as competition panels for the East Doors of the Baptistry of Florence Cathedral, know the subject represented and be able to distinguish between the winning and losing panel and explain the differences: 10. Identify the first freestanding, life-size male nude since Antiquity and state the reason for its appearance: 11. Specify the term that describes a naturalistic shift in weight from one leg to the other in a sculpture of a human figure and identify works that incorporate that characteristic: 12. Specify the term that describes an image in which the viewer looks from below to the image above. Identify a work in a residential space that incorporates this practice and account for its use in that particular space: Di sotto in su (“from below upwards”) 13. Specify the term that describes the use of vertical and horizontal lines to create a sense of three-
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2009 for the course ARTS 150 taught by Professor Caffey during the Fall '08 term at Texas A&M.

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