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Nature of Art 19:33 Reasons for art Advertising Instructional Record ideas or images Supernatural/ religious: ceremonial Self expression Social or political comment or protest Titles of works of art are normally italicized Abbreviations     When a date is preceded by  c : circa/approximately i.e.: idest/that is e.g.: exempli gratia/for example etc.: et cetera/and so on N.B: nota bene/note [this] well “Hunting Magic” Women of Willendorf 25,000-20,000 B.C. Paleolithic period Fertility figure F.333
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Paleolithic: old stone age (begins about 30,000 B.C.) Neolithic: new stone age (begins about 10,000 B.C.) Monolithic: a single, large stone LITH: stone The earliest surviving art is 30,000 years old The earliest art was made to serve as religious or supernatural purposes Dance Wand in Honor of Esnu  (lord of the market place) Chief of tribe uses wand and dances in honor of their god F.8 Tyi Wara Figures  Head dress o Used for ritual dances F.457 Canoe Prow Figure From south pacific Protect people in a canoe Buddhist Wheel of Time Done by monks New York 1997 Made of colored sand Religious purpose: meditation 
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F.2 Tree of Jesse Window from Chartres Cathedral  Chartres, France Christ, Virgin Mary, Four Kings F.3 Madonna and Child on a Circular Throne Anonymous Byzantine school 13 th  century Made with real gold foil (gold leaf) F.118 Byzantine: made in the middle ages (525-1450) in the eastern part of the Roman  empire (from the eastern part of Italy to Turkey and Russia) School: unified style of art practiced by a large number of individuals who do not  necessarily know each other Cathedra Barnett Newman 1951 Throne of God Blue robe fills the holy space F.1 Cathedra: throne of a bishop
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Cathedral: church where cathedra is located Stonehenge Wiltshire, England 2000 B.C. Morning of march 21 sun rises directly above the middle of the Stonehenge F.6 Roden Crater James Turrell 1988 to present Rembrandt Self portrait Age 58 Baroque F.9 A self portrait is a likeness of an artist by that artist Portrait is not a generic term for picture Dwelling Yong Soon Min 1994 Korean dress F.10
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Composition IV Kandinsky  1911 F.533 Prevalence of Ritual: Tidings Bearden 1967 Cut and pasted colored paper African American artist African American experience Rocket to the Moon Bearden 1971 Figure in book is incorrect. The correct one should include 2 red lights.
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2010 for the course ART 1001 taught by Professor Zucker during the Fall '07 term at LSU.

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