Greek god of shepherds and muses dionysus greek god

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(Greek) God of Shepherds and Muses Dionysus - (Greek) God of wine and fertility Poseidon - (Greek) God of the sea Mercury - (Roman) God of speed Vulcan - (Roman) God of Fire and Crafts Neptune - (Roman) God of the sea Hephaestus - the god of forge Odysseus - Troy - Hades - Venus - God of Love Helen of Troy, Tyndareus( surrogate father), Paris, Menelaus, Tojan War Alcestis, Medea, Electra, and The Bacchae, c. 480–406 BCE Greek tragedians was a legendary Greek king of Ithaca and the hero of Homer's epic poem, The Odyssey. was a city, both factual and legendary, known for its high walls. refers both to the ancient Greek underworld, the abode of Hades, and to the god of the underworld.
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Art Japanese - Ukiyo-e, woodcuts - Tapestry Bayeux rug – rug that tells story of English History Fresco – painting on plaster walls or ceilings Mosaics – image created with small pieces of glass Chiaroscuro – contrast between light and dark Botticelli – Birth of Venus, calm, simple faces, people flying, feet not firm on the ground Da Vinci – Baptism of Christ, Adoration of the Magi, Horses, John the Baptist, Mona Lisa, Last Supper, Annunciation, Michelangelo – David, St. Peter’s Basilica, Sistine Chapel dome, Battle of Ciscina, mannerism founder, not much color, goldish tone, everything lit Raphael Sanzio – Italian - School of Athens, Crucifixions, lots of his paintings are built in an arch, portraits, chapels El Greco – Spanish/Greece, The Holy Trinity, more detail, rejected perfection, “warts & all” Dutch Reformation Rembrandt – Self Portraits, Christ in Storms, dramatic, emotion and movement, often religious theme Rubens – Westphalia, Reuben and Elizabeth in the Honeysuckle, movement, color and counterreformation altar pieces, mythology Vermeer – The Milkmaid, Girl with Pearl Earrings, nobility of work and home life Jacques-Louis David – Napoleon on Horseback, Death of Socrates, Napoleon in his study, (lots of Napoleon), darker tones Impressionist - French – Renoir, On the Terrace (lady in orange hat), Luncheon, By the Water, bright vibrant oils, people, very impressionist Degas Monet (candid glimpses, effects of different light on the same painting) Manet Van Goghs - post impressionist paintings like The Starry Night Georges Seurat Cubism – objects are broken up, analyzed, and re-assembled in an abstracted form Picasso - was a cubist painter. Pop Art – influenced by commercialism Art deco – elegant glamorous, functional modern Salvador Dali – The Precedence of Memory (clocks), Gala in the Window (bronze), Andrew Wyeth - Christina's World Dadaism – chaos, no meaning or logic Surrealism – unexpected, surprise
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Salvador Dali – clocks melting, Pointillism – Seurat - distinct dots Sculpture Amphora – Athena – Rodin sculpture - Obelisk – Reliquary – Chalice – Greek art and vases Types of columns Doric - It is instead often topped with an inverted frustum of a shallow cone or a cylindrical band of carvings. The shaft of a Doric Column is always fluted.
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