Terms - The US Capitol and Not All Men Are Created Equal 1. Laocon a. Narrated the Trojan War & warned Trojans against accepting the Trojan horse from the Greeks b. divine execution by serpents sent from the sea 2. doomed Indian a. culture quickly va
Terms Northwest One-Ups-Manship
a. Native American people inhabiting parts of coastal British Columbia and northern Vancouver Island b. Fishermen c. Lived in big painted and decorated houses with sculptures Copper a.
Terms Impressionism 1. Argenteuil a. France Town b. The town where Monet lived and painted some of his most well known pieces i. Lived there from 1871 - 1878 2. Claude Monet a. Founder of French Impressionism b. Painter: The Bridge at Argenteuil c.
Terms- Celebration Florida: Mickey Mouse Tyranny 1. sumptuary laws a. laws that attempt to regulate habits of consumption b. can be a way to identify social rank c. used in Celebration Disney community 2. new-urbanism a. A community design philosophy
Terms - Pilgrimage and the Nasca Lines 1. Nasca a. Pre-Incan Civilization in Peru b. The people who constructed the Nasca Lines of Peru across the Nasca plains 2. Andes a. a mountain range in South America running 5000 miles along the Pacific coast 3
Terms- Mary and the Medieval Church 1) Pilgrimage a. a journey to a sacred place believed to wipe away sins 2) Santiago de Compostela a. A pilgrimage to the resting place of Jesus' apostles (the pilgrimage set by St. James) 3) Chartres a. Chartres i
Terms Images of French Colonialism 1. Realists a. a painter who represents the world realistically and not in an idealized or romantic style 2. Orientalists a. They Study/paint Near and Far Eastern societies and cultures, languages and peoples often
Terms - Cosmological Kings of Benin 1. Benin a. 2. Oba a. b. c. d. 3. Ife a. 4. Iyoba a. b.
Modern day Nigeria The Benin King Meant to mediate between human and supernatural realm Believed to be so powerful he can defeat his destiny #1 priority to
University of Denver, School of Art and Art History RECORD OF ATTENDANCE AT CULTURAL EVENTS Student Name: _Carrie Gamper_ Qtr/Yr_2/2008_ Art Courses enrolled this quarter: _Foundations in Art History_ Event name/place/date: _Jung Yeon Kim/Lamont Scho
University of Denver, School of Art and Art History RECORD OF ATTENDANCE AT CULTURAL EVENTS
To encourage broader cultural experience and instill the habit of support for the arts, students enrolled in this course are required to attend three cultural
Paleolithic: or relating to the cultural period of the Stone Age beginning with the earliest chipped stone tools, about 750,000 years ago, until the beginning of the Mesolithic Period, about 15,000 years ago Abb Breuil: "the Pope of Prehistory" Lasca
Carrie Gamper Images of Culture Professor Headrick February 20, 2008 VA's Necessity for P.C. Bright red captures the viewer's attention and with the aid of excited smiles, bold print and motifs; this advertisement seems to entice the viewer to visit
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Image List 1
Image List 1
1. Paleolithic, Lascaux, Hall of the Bulls, 15,000 BC
2. Paleolithic, Lascaux, Bison and Wounded Man, 15,000 BC
3. Paleolithic, Lascaux, "Chinese Horse,"
Art History Notes February 25, 2008 The Pilgrimages Travel from church to church Church dominated people's lives 1) Chartres a. The church b. Very active and noisy people outside commercial enterprise c. Outside you are in sacred and profane space d