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Durham Cathedral,1093,Durham,England,Romanesque Art
Nave, Salisbury Cathedral
Phoenix Hall,1053,Uji,Japan,Japan Art
Coatlicue,15th century,Aztec Art
The Tetrarchs
c. 300
West Facade, Salisbury Cathedral
Les Demoiselles d'Avignon
Cubism, Picasso
The Erecthion, 421-405 BC,Greek
Veristic Roman Busts,Roman Art
Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, Grande Odalisque, 1814, oil on canvas, approx. 2’11” x 5’4,” Louvre, Paris
Atala at the tomb
Girodet, 1808
last judgment
1120-1135. romanesque. dramatic version of the last judgment designed to guilt sinners to church. gislebertus.
Title: Kritios Boy
Period: Early Classical (Severe Style)
Date: c. 480 BC
Site: Athenian Acropolis
Title: Auxerre Kore
Period: Archaic Greek
Date: c. 650-625 BC
One and Three Chairs
Conceptualism, Kosuth
Senusret III, c.1860 B.C.E.,Egyptian Middle Kingdom Art
Dying Gaul, 230-220 BC, marble,Hellenistic Greek
The Colosseum, 72-80 C.E.,Roman Art
Parting of Lot and Abraham
Eugène Delacroix, Death of Sardanapalus, 1826, oil on canvas, approx. 12’1” x 16’ 3,” Louvre, Paris
The vow of Louis XIII
Ingres, 1824
Great Pyramids of Gizeh.
2551-2490. old kingdom. symbols of the sun. where the egyptian kings were reborn in afterlife.
Title: Palace of Sargon II
Period: Assyrian
Date: c. 720-705 BC
Site: at Dur Sharrukin (Khorsabad), Iraq
Title: Temple of Athena Aphaia
Period: Archaic Greek
Date: c. 500-490 BC
Site: Aegina
Blue, Orange, Red
Color Field Painting, Rothko
Saint Paul's, Christopher Wren, 1675, London, England,Later Baroque Art
Calling of Saint Matthew, Caravaggio, 1597-1601, San Luigi dei Francesi, Rome,Italian Baroque Art
The Surrender of Breda, Diego Velazquez, 1634-1635, Prado, Madrid,Spanish Baroque Art
Synagogue of Dura Europos, 245-256, fresco, Early Jewish Art
Jacques-Louis David, The Death of Marat, 1793, oil on canvas, approx. 5’3” x 4’1”, Musées Royaux des Beaux-Arts de Belgique, Brussels
René Magritte, The Treachery (or Perfidy) of Images, 1928 -1929, oil on canvas, 1’ 11 5/8” x 3’1”, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles
The Bark of Dante and Virgil
Delacroix, 1822
Khafre Enthroned.
2520-2494. old kingdom. perfect body shows divine nature, to last for eternity.
"Cingle de la Mola Rock Painting," Cingle de la Mola, Spain (c.12,000-11,000 BC)
Man in a House Beneath a Cliff,Shitao,ink and color on paper,Chinese Art
Kritios Boy, c. 480 B.C.E., marble, Greek Classical
located in Paris, France. first usage of flying buttresses. its a church.
Hannah Höch, Cut with the Kitchen Knife Dada through the Last Weimar Beer Belly Cultural Epoch of Germany, 1919-1920, photomontage, 3’9” x 2’ 11 ½,” Neue Nationalgalerie, Statliche Museen, Berlin
lion gate, mycenae
1300-1250. mycenaean. the stones were so large, ppl thought giants built it.
Title: Head of an Akkadian Ruler, from Nineveh
Period: Akkadian
Date: c. 2250-2200 BC
Site: Nineveh, Iraq
Pantheon, Rome exterior
118-128 CE Imperial Age Roman Empire
Pythagoras believed that harmonious proportions equaled beauty. Polykleitos creates his canon of perfection. this image was the model for this. he made two models - one based on his mathematical portions, and the other based on peoples suggestions. They f
Polykleitos, Doryphorus (Spear Bearer), Roman marble copy from Pompeii, Italy, after bronze original, ca. 450-440 BCE
the execution of the third of may, 1808
Goya, 1814
doors with relief panels (date, medium, provenance)
1015, Bronze, [Hildesheim, Germany]
Bayeux Tapestry
long piece of wool. Embroidered with 8 different threads. It was commissioned by Odo. Its a pictorial narrative of a crucial moment in England's history and of the events that led up to it. The norman defeat of the Anglo Saxons at Hastings brought england under the control of the Normans, uniting all of the England and much of France under one rule. The dukes of Normandy became the kings of England. The embroidery was sewn by woman. The Tapestry stands apart from all other Romanesque artworks in that it depicts and event in full detail at a time shortly after it occurred, recalling historical narratives of ancient Roman art.
Rebecca at the Well, Vienna Genesis
early 6th century Early Byzantine
Equestrian portrait of Charlemagne
caroligian believed his role was to continue Roman empire. the portrait depicts a crowned emperor holding a globe, the symbol of world domination. caroligian amired the odoric which may have been the reason for his inspiration.
Justinian and Isodora's building campaign. represents imperial power and christian glory. set out to create the largest dome in the world. collapsed once. buttressing walls on either side. pendentives were used (a dome rests on a second larger dome), the
Anthemius of Tralles and Isidorus of Milletus, Hagia Sophia, Constantinople (Istanbul), Turkey, 532-537
Annunciation altarpiece (date, medium, provenance)
1333, Tempera and Gold Leaf on Wood, [Uffizi, Florence] [Simone, Martini and Lippo Memmi]
music may have been involved in funerals - lyre is a form repeated in the legs of the chair - legs are set apart. thing on lyre may suggest the god Apollo associated w the swan.
Male lyre player, from Keros, Cyclades, Greece, ca. 2700-2500 BCE
Moralia in Job (date, medium, provenance)
1115 - 1125, Ink and Tempura on Vellum, [Cîteaux, France]
starting to show a little perspective;suggesting depth - Hammurabi is shown as a servant of god (like statue of Gudea). God works through both Gudea and Hammurabi. Shamash (flame-shouldered sun god) is shown in front/side views only four of his horns (not
Stele with law code of Hammurabi, from Susa, Iran, ca. 1780 BCE
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