Chapter 15 Christian Art

Chapter 15 Christian Art - Chapter 15 Christian Art: From...

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Chapter 15 Christian Art: From Catacombs to Cathedrals First : read and focus Read Chapter 15, Christian Art: From Catacombs to Cathedrals. Look for the technical development in architecture and how it changed the aesthetic aspect of the buildings. Look at how the representation of realism in art goes backward for the Greek and Roman standards and how it starts a progression forward again to obtain the Greek and Roman ideals as far as realism is concerned. Focus on the principal movements in art and their unique characteristics. Second : review and extra help Visit these sites for Chapter 15. They were recommended by your book Understanding Art. Chris Witcombe's Art History Resources on the Web at http:// witcombe.sbc.edu/ARTHLinks.html and http://art.wadsworth.com/fichner7/ Third : vocabulary and terminology Vocabulary and terminology from Chapter 15 to know for the final test. Catacomb Narthex Nave Altar Apse Transept Latin cross plan central plan mosaic Byzantine Ambulatory Greek cross plan Middle Ages Carolingian Manuscript Illumination Ottonian crossing square square schematism
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alternate support system Romanesque Art radiating chapel tribune gallery clerestory tympanum illumination hierarchical scaling Gothic Art Triforium rose window flying buttress rectangular bay system apocalypse archivolts jamb Annunciation Visitation International Gothic style. Fourth : works of art Works of art from Chapter 15 to know for the final test. Pg 328 fig 15-1; pg 328 fig 15-2, pg 329 fig 15-3; pg 330 fig 15-4; pg 331 fig 15-5; pg 333 fig 15-8; pg 333 fig 15-9; pg 336 fig 15-12; pg 337 fig 15-13; pg 339 fig 15-15; pg 340 fig 15-16; pg 341 fig 15-17; pg 341 fig 15-18; pg 346 fig 15-25; and pg 347 fig 15-26. Associate the works of art to the vocabulary and terminology. Fifth : CONCEPTS AND QUESTIONS Concepts and questions for Chapter 15. This assignment is for a grade and must be completed on or before its due date. For this assignments due date and all assignment due dates you must check your weekly course outline and/or your syllabus. Due dates must be observed to receive credit for this assignment. Once the quiz has been shut down it will not be reopened.
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Look on page 328 at figure 15-1 di Priscilla, Rome and figure 15-2, The Good Shepherd in the St. Pietro and Marcellino . 1. Some of the earliest surviving Christian Art is found in _________, secret underground burial places for Christians beneath the city streets. Some times small chapels were carved out in them and here early Christians worshiped and prayed for the dead. These chapels were very simple, but sometimes they were decorated with frescoes such as the The Good Shepherd in St. Pietro and Marcellino. A. nave
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