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art aug 29 - 1 The cave painting a France c 28,000BC b...

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1. The cave painting a. France c 28,000BC b. Supernatural c. Not just for decoration i. Ceremonial location 2. Dance wand in honor of Eshu a. God worshipped in Africa i. Trickster god and messenger b. Probably made within 200 years, earlier examples lost because made of wood 3. Tya Wara figures (469) a. Paying homage to antelope who is teacher of man in this culture i. Kind antelope taught man to farm 4. Canoe prow figure a. Designed to protect the riders of a canoe b. Comes from south pacific 5. Buddhist wheel of time in new York ( a. Religious work of art b. Aid to meditation c. Mandala? d. Constructed over 2 week span in 1997 e. Made out of colored sand i. Swept away after 2 weeks 6. Tree of Jesse window from chartres cathedral France a. Shows timeline of jesus 7. Madonna and child on a circular throne fig. 380 a. Anonymous-with a name that is not known or not made public’ most art prior to 1425 was not signed by the artist
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b. Byzantine school 13 th century-a byzantine style or art is a style of art made in the middle ages(c 525 to 1450) in the eastern part of the old Roman Empire ( from the eastern part of Italy to Turkey and Russia) i. School- refers to a unified style or art, practiced by a large number of individuals who do not necessarily know each other 8. Titles of works of art are normally italicized 9. Stonehenge, Wiltshire, England c. 2000 bc fig 6 10. Roden crater-near Flagstaff a. James Turrell i. Wants to build a bunch of rooms and viewing areas in the top of this crater to watch the sky b. Probably not religious, but supernatural Self Expression I. Rembrandt a. Self portrait at age 58 b. A self portrait is a likeness of an artist By that artist i. Portrait is NOT a generic term for picture II. Dwelling by Yong Soon Min, 1994 a. Korean dress with books symbolizing her education on her way to becoming an artist III. Composition IV by Kandinsky IV. Prevalence of Ritual: Tidings by Bearden, 1967 a. Possibly alludes to the annunciatiogoysn Fine art- a work of art that’s main or even sole purpose is to be looked at or admired. Not to be used for anything Applied art- something that is decorative but is also useful Advertising- company logos V. Goya, the disasters of war, no 18: bury them and say nothing 1818 VI. Goya the executions of the third of May, 1808
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a. Took side of rebels so the rebel figures in his paintings always were centerpiece Art is also made for purely decorative purposes Chapter 2 awareness creativity and communication Art-the quality production or expression of what is beautiful appealing or of more than ordinary significance Ugly art I. Pepper, Edward Weston fig 19 a. Not beautiful pepper its warped b. Thought it would be more appealing visually than a normal pepper II. Leonardo-DO NOT CALL HIM “DA VINCI” a. Art doesnt have to be beautiful b. Beauty has a very wide range of possibilities c. Leonardo thought ugly people were a different form of beautiful III. Otto DIX a. Wounded soldier, 1924, etching i. Aesthetic -something you perceive, and also something to do with beauty
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This note was uploaded on 12/09/2009 for the course ART 1001 taught by Professor Zucker during the Fall '07 term at LSU.

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