Assigned Examples For Final Exam

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Assigned Examples For Final Exam Visual examples: Prehistoric, "Woman from Willendorf." (in "Adventures" book, p. 29, fig. 2.7.) Mesopotamian, Soundbox of a lyre. (p. 28, fig. 2.5.) Egyptian, wall paintings from the tomb of Nefertari. (p. 33, fig. 2.11.) Classic Greek, the Parthenon. (p. 38, fig. 3.1; p. 49, fig. 3.16; p. 50, figs. 3.17, 3.18.) Classic Greek, Bronze statue of a warrior. (p. 55, fig. 3.26). Roman, Augustus of Primaporta. (p. 74, fig. 4.6.) Roman, the Pantheon. (p. 80-81, figs. 4.18, 4.19, 4.20.) Roman, Portrait bust of Cicero. (p. 83, fig. 4.23.) Roman--Early Christian, Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus. (p. 106, fig. 5.9.) Roman--Byzantine, mosaics of Justinian and Theodora. (p. 117, figs. 5.25, 5.26.) Medieval--Carolingian, ivory book cover showing Gregory and scribes. (in “Adventures,” p. 118, fig. 5.27.) Medieval--Romanesque, Gislebertus, "Last Judgement." (p. 128, figs. 6.1; p. 145.) Medieval--Romanesque, painting of Hildegard receiving a vision. (p. 149, fig. 6.31.) Medieval--Gothic. Abraham and Isaac, Chartres Cathedral. (p. 166, fig. 7.13.) Medieval--Gothic. Giotto, Madonna Enthroned. (p. 182, fig. 7.29.)
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Renaissance. Florence Cathedral “Santa Maria del Fiore”, exterior views. (pp. 192, 194l; figs. 8.9, 8.12, and 8.13) Renaissance. Ghiberti's doors to the Cathedral Baptistery, Florence. (p. 193, fig. 8.11) Renaissance. Michelangelo, David. (p. 202, fig. 8.24.) Renaissance. Raphael, The School of Athens. (p. 210, fig. 8.34.) Renaissance. Jan van Eyck, Marriage of Giovanni Arnolfini. (p. 231, fig. 9.12.) Renaissance. Palladio, Villa Rotunda, Vicenza, Italy. (p. 247, figs. 9.29, 9.30.) Baroque. Bernini, David. (p. 255, fig. 10.2.) Baroque. Caravaggio, The Calling of St. Matthew. (p. 262, fig. 10.10.) Baroque. Vermeer, The Milkmaid. ("Adventures" book, p. 280, fig. 10.32.) Rococo. Fragonard, The Progress of Love: the Meeting. (p. 296, fig. 11.7.) Rococo. Vigee-Lebrun, Self-Portrait in a Straw Hat. (Cover, and p. 297, fig. 11.8.) "Rococo--Bourgeois." Greuze, The Bride of the Village. (p. 305, fig. 11.15.) Neo-Classic. Jefferson, Monticello. (p. 312, fig. 11.25.) Neo-Classic. David, Oath of the Horatii. (p. 315, fig. 11.28.) Romantic.* Vignon, La Madeleine, Paris. (p. 324, fig. 12.5.) (*notice this is designated Romantic, not NeoClassic!) Romantic. Delacroix, Liberty Leading the People. (p. 332, fig. 12.12.) Romantic. Bierstadt, Among the Sierra Nevada Mountains in California. (p. 341, fig. 12.21.) "Romantic--Industrial." Eiffel, the Eiffel Tower, Paris. (p. 355, fig. 13.11.) "19th C. Realist." Manet, Luncheon on the Grass. (in "Adventures" book, p. 351, fig. 13.6.) Manet’s painting scandalized the public with its bold juxtaposition of the nude female and her clothed companions in a contemporary setting.
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Analyze the effect of the painting’s harsh frontal lighting and the nude woman’s bold gaze at the viewer. Impressionist. Monet, Impression, Sunrise. (p. 368, fig. 13.23.)
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