HU101D Final Examination Review Guide

HU101D Final Examination Review Guide - HU101D Final...

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HU101D Final Examination Review Guide I. Film Plot v Story Diegetic v nondiegetic Characters Time: Order Duration Frequency Climax In media res Narration – Restricted v Unrestricted Point-of-View Shot Narrator Scenes B. Film style, The Shot: Mise-en-scène- the shot how 1. Setting: Space, depth cues (overlap, aerial perspective, size diminution, linear perspective); props, motifs 2. Lighting: Attached v cast shadows; 3-point lighting (key, fill, back); high vs low key lighting; source, direction, color; chiaroscuro 3. Costumes; makeup 4. Staging: Movement; frontality C. The Third Man , Rear Window , Sunset Boulevard : note the following about each film 1. When was it made? 2. Who directed it? 3. What is the plot? 4. Who are its major characters? 5. What else is brought to light about these films if they are approached with what we have learned about form and style? What is a given film’s genre(s)? 6. Legendary personalities: Orson Welles, James Stewart, Grace Kelly, Raymond Burr, Alfred Hitchcock, Erich von Stroheim, Cecil B. DeMille, Buster Keaton D. Readings 1. Luc Sante: “The One and Only” 2. Laura Mulvey: “Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema” Voyeurism v fetishistic scopophilia 3. Fawell “ Rear Window ’s Unity: Freedom through Constraint”
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II. Painting, Sculpture, Architecture A. Middle Ages 1. Review images online > understand which illustrate the following terms & concepts, know the importance to art history of the figures named 2. Early Medieval- influenced by Church o They were migratory o Created art that could be carried since tribes were on the move o Art are decorated items such as jewelry fibula Fibula- decorative pin that could be used to hold a cloak Decorative and functional Made with a technique that was developed in the mid- seventh century Cloisonné o Cloisonné- artisan takes a sheet of metal and fills the space between then with gems, stones, more metal Commonly used to make jewelry Worked with metal and wood illuminated manuscripts o Begin producing religious manuscripts o Illuminated manuscripts bc of the colors, gold leaf makes it look like its glowing sacred word Material reflects message being displayed o Lindisfarne- elaborate intertwined of designs Carolingian period St. Matthew- human portrayal 3. Romanesque Architects during this period try to create builder building without collapsing Try to decorate exterior of the building basilica o Barrel vaulting- creates space, more air to circulate, let more light in tapestry
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Tapestry- 1066 William the conqueror o England becomes interaction with the European continent o Narrative of political and historical record 4. Gothic rib vaulting- makes tip pointed stained glass flying buttresses- supports building, half arches S-curve- mary and baby Jesus sculpture, elongated body, proportion fits to eloquence B. Renaissance 1. Review images online > understand which illustrate the following terms
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