o Suffolk, England, ca. 625, gold, glass, enamel, garnets, emeralds, 7
o Done by Cloisonn
Cloisonn = metal strips with gems/glass/jewels in the crevices
Cloisons = metal strips
Interlace = interweave, mesh together
o Found at Sutton Hoo in
Quiz 3 Study Guide
Points possible 100 points
(20% of your grade)
Please bring a Scantron.
You will get a printed exam.
Multiple-choice section: This section includes
Korean and Japanese art and consists of slide
Art 216 Quiz 3
Neolithic 50001000 BCE
The monuments built
were monolithic tombs
intended for political
leaders. They were made
from Megaliths (stone
slabs), and were called
The bronze rattles were
used for religiou
Background and lifestyle of the Yupik.
Impact of immediate surroundings and activities on Yupik art-making.
A. Hunting & animals
B. Tourist trade in Victorian era
Effect of religion on Yupik art.
Kayak with Palraiyuk motif, yupik
1. Kayak most important form of transportation
2. Palraiyuk: dangerous mythological being
3. They believed including the design on the
kayak gave them a protective charm
Seal-shaped box, Yupik
1. Time periods:
a. BUBALUS (10k-7k BC)
i. Large engravings of realistic animals,
ii. first images of humans
b. CATTLE (5k-2k BC)
i. Pastoral People
1. cattle = important
c. HORSE (2k-1k BC)
i. Nomadic People
d. CAMEL (700 A
Location: Arnhem Land
Wandjina associated with: Clouds, torrential rains, fertility
Yellow, red aura = feathers
Native people of Australia
Mythological period of their history that still exists today
Quiz 3 Study Guide
Christ as the good shepherd
Catacomb of Saints Peter and Marcellinus Rome, Italy
early 4th century
Made from tufa, like early Etruscan tombs.
Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus
from Rome, Italy, ca. 359. Marble
As elite began to co
ead too big in proportion
body of Auxerre
aist slim,of a kore wide
ke(Kore = young maiden)
Limestone = big
ands and feet
ca. 650 BCE approx. 2 1
Greek Archaic Period
Does it refer to art made during a specific period?
If so, what is that time frame and how does one determine that?
It started around the 60s~70s
Does it refer to a particular kind of art?
If so, who or what determines what is considered contempor
The 3 types of Crossover artist
Cindy Sherman: the work for which the artist is known in fine-art world gains an
audience in another market.
Keith Haring: making different styles or formats for different audiences and
institutional contexts (con
What the test covers: Lecture content only.
Total exam: 20 points (20% of your grade).
Bring a Scantron form that will allow you to answer 20 multiple-choice questions (available at
the Bronco Bookstore), a well-sharpened number-2 pencil,
~ Feel free to expand on anything! :) ~
Things in red are in desperate need of help
so what will be the information of previous test that we need to know?
: Lecture content only. Expect to see the return of some questions from the previous
test, but most
Formalism is the belief that aesthetic values can stand alone and that judgments
of art can be detached from other considerations, such as ethical or social ones.
art for the sake of art
The form and the form alone to be attended to by the maker and the
Cal Poly Pomona Fall 2007 Art 212 History of Western Art Handout 8 ROMAN ART
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Cal Poly Pomona Winter 2008 Art 216 History of Asian Art Quiz: China Wednesday, March 5, 2008. Please bring a scantron
Quiz format: multiple-choice - 30 questions x 3.3 points = 100 points. - Slide identification and definition of t
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Art Final Study Guide
Title: Pilgramage to the Island of cythera Date: 1717 Time per:Eighteenth Century-Rococo Size: 4x6 Artist: Antoine Watteau Role of Artist: was made for the French royal academy. This was the painting that Watteau submitted in or
Study Guide: Art 110 2 dimensional works
1. Title: Emperor Justinian and his attendants Artist: unknown Size: 8'8x 12' Date of Ex: 547 Time Period: Byzantine Role of Artist: Commissioned by possibly A high authority from a church Role of Observer- To