Survey of Art I Greek lecture

Survey of Art I Greek lecture - Athena: goddess of wisdom,...

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Greek art Chapter 5
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Greece • Archaic period • Classical period • Hellenistic period
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• Kouros: a male youth
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Archaic style • Lines for muscles • Geometric pattern in hair • Symmetrical • Rigid stance
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4 Greek Artworks • 2 sculptures: Doryphoros, Laocoon • 2 buildings: Parthenon, Erechtheion
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Classical sculpture • Doryphoros, “Spear Bearer”
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• Contrapposto: standing pose where one leg is slightly bent at the knee and hips are shifted.
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Classical style • Balanced, contrapposto pose • Absence of emotion • Symmetrical • Idealized, muscular body
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Canon • By Polykleitos • Rules for the ideal human Fgure
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Unformatted text preview: Athena: goddess of wisdom, war, and the city of Athens Parthenon, Classical Acropolis: Hilltop overlooking Athens Parthenon http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=GE7d8YFNssg 15 min Doric order: system of Greek architecture with Fat capitals and wide frieze. Pediment Triangular section under the roof Capital The decorative block at the top of a column Frieze Flat band under the pediment Often decorated Erechtheion Temple to Athena and Poseidon Ionic order: system of Greek architecture slender columns and volute capitals. Volutes Volute: spiral on the end of a capital caryatid Sculpture of a female Fgure serving as a column...
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2011 for the course ART 205 taught by Professor Amybabinec during the Fall '11 term at Moraine Valley Community College.

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Survey of Art I Greek lecture - Athena: goddess of wisdom,...

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