Art 105: Art in World Culture
Professor Kimberly Southern
Scavenger Hunt Museum Paper
The museum that I choose to go to for Scavenger Hunt Museum paper was the National
Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. This my first time visitin
ART 105: ART IN WORLD CULTURE
LIST OF TEXTBOOK WORKS FOR SCAVENGER HUNT MUSEUM
Choose three (3) works from this list to hunt for similar works when you visit a museum or
museums of your choice for this assignment. Take a copy of this list with you w
ART 105 Exam 1 Study Guide 7. Ancient Greece Cultural Identity most civilized culture after defeating Persians; superior to all others Government and Philosophy polis = democracy; Plato, Socrates, Aristotle Man is the Measure of All Things (rather than go
Art Scavenger Hunt Essay
The museums that I visited for my art scavenger hunt are the National Gallery of Art and
the Corcoran Museum. I chose the two because of their proximity to where I stay and their fame
in having the kind of art that
Ex: Nude Woman statue.
Discovered in 1864 by Vibraye.
Art on the walls of caves were primitive.
No negative space.
Made with strong everlasting stone for storing of spirit.
Teodros Haile Mekuria
(Fall 2015) ART 105 (E81N) - Art in World
Chapter 6 Quiz
11/9/15 6:50 PM
11/9/15 7:06 PM
Attempt Score 10 out of 10 points
Time Elapsed 16 minutes
Art 105 Print Syllabus
Welcome to Art 105: Art in World Culture, 8-week version (a 16-week version is also
offered at the beginning of each Spring and Fall semester), offered by the Extended Learning
Institute of Northern Virginia Community College. Be su
An introduction to Christianity
Almost nothing is known about Jesus beyond biblical accounts, although we do
know quite a bit more about the cultural and political context in which he lived
for example, Jerusalem in the first century. What follows is an i
Nude Woman (Venus of Willendorf)
ca. 28,000-25,000 BCE Limestone
One of the oldest figurines.
Small fertility symbol.
Hall of Bulls
Lascaux, France ca. 15,000-13,000 BCE. Paint on Limestone rock.
EARLY CHRISTIANITY AND
EARLY CHRISTIAN ART
1. What were the catacombs, and what was their importance for Early Christians?
The catacombs were a system of underground passageways and chambers used as
cemeteries to bury the Christian dead.
ART 105 Scavenger Hunt Museum Paper Directions
Please read these directions and the "Art 105 Scavenger Hunt Museum Paper Grading Rubric" before
visiting your museum(s) of choice.
OBJECTIVE: This scavenger hunt paper assignment was designed to assess your
8 Feb. 2005
Filippo Brunelleschi was the most prominent architect in Italy, during his lifetime. He
was the father of renaissance architecture. He made several trips to Rome to study the
remains of ancient bu
12 April 2005
Fauvism, as a movement, had no concrete theories, and was in itself very short-lived.
Matisse was seen as a leader of the movement. He himself said he wanted to create art to
delight, art as a
Polyclitus's SPEARBEARER is a Roman copy of a famous classical Greek statue of the 5th
Century BCE. It was considered to be a canon or standard for representing the male nude in art
for many years. In addition to near-perfect body proportions, it also exh
Lindsay Harmon March 3, 2009 GARTH 206 - Midterm Take-Home Assignment Raphaels Frescoes in the Stanza Della Segnatura Freedberg focuses on the qualities of Raphaels monumental frescoes (1509-1511) in the Stanza Della Segnatura in the Vatican City, Rome, w
he small seal discovered at Mohenjo-daro (in present-day Pakistan) uses which figure
to communicate the Indian practice of meditation?
a three-faced figure wearing a horned headdress seated in a yogic posture
The columns set up by Ashoka at Sarnath, India
Artwork information sheet *example*
Each work worth 50 points
Name: _Kim Southern_
ART105 Section #: _E80N_
Artwork (attach image if possible when submitting):
Painting _X_ Sculpture _ Other (describe)_
Title _Venus with a Mirror (titles of works of art a
5 April 2005
For the majority of the eighteenth century Rococo was the most distinctive artistic
style. Many contemporaries consider Rococo the final years of the Baroque period. The
term Rococo was derived
28 Feb. 2005
Some works of art in history havent been maintained throughout the years as good as
others, one of those works of art is de Vincis Last Supper. This was one of Leonardos
greatest works. Leonardo
7 March 2005
The baroque was a style in art that used exaggerated motion and clear, easily interpreted
detail to produce drama, tension as in Berninis sculpture of David. He did not depict
David as the winne
6 April 2005
Edouard Manet was a French painter who studied under Thomas Couture. He rejected
historical painting to experiment with new techniques. He in turn, was consistently
rejected by the Salon. He was
Andy Staple 4 Feb. 2005
The significance of the pilgrimage for the medieval society and art were directly related.
As one grew so did the other. During this time a new spirit of religious enthusiasm
rompted increased tra
13 April 2005
Pop Art is a style of art which explores the everyday imagery which is part of
contemporary consumer culture. Common sources include advertisements, consumer
product packaging, celebrities, an
ART 105 Midterm Review Masaccio (early 15th-century Florence), Holy Trinity New perspective system Architectural forms established by Brunelleschi Single vanishing point at complex angle of viewer 3-D, deep space through architecture painting technique Il