Architectural Buildings Exam 1
Piazza Santissima Annunziata, designed by Filippo Brunelleschi, finished in 16th
Ospedale degli Innocenti (SE side of Piazza Santissima Annunziata),
Brunelleschi, pietra serena details, 1419-26, with maiolica (glazed terr
AP Art History Etruscan and Roman Art Terms
Early Etruscan Art
The earlier part of Etruscan art, best known for their temples, tombs and vibrant statues.
were similar to Greek temples, but had several important differences. They were made
AP Art History Chapter 10-11 Terms Islamic Medieval Art
650 - Present
Muhammad spread powerful religious message in the seventh century, spread throughout the
world, expanded under Abbasid Caliphate, Mongol sack of Baghdad led to
AP Art History Chapter 5 Terms
An ancient Greek jar for storing oil or wine, with an egg-shaped body and two curved handles
sacred or holy enclosure used for worship in Greece or Rome, consisted of one or more temples
and an altar
Domed by Brunelleschi
Co-Architect was Ghiberti
Di-Cambio had the original plan for the building
Talenti was Brunelleschi's successor (enlarged the plan)
D: Brunelleschi solved the dome dillema by making the exte
AP Art History Greek Terms
means "high city" in Greek
an open marketplace found in Greek city-states where people would shop for goods from
merchants along with exchanging ideas and discussing issues.
refers to the shared smi
AP Art History Meanings of Art Exam 1
Who painted the "Mona Lisa"
Leonardo Di Vinci
How many people and what did people think of Di Vinci?
99% of people thought he was gay
Where did Di Vinci live?
Who was Di Vinci's father and mother?
AP Art History Works Bank B
Bayeux Tapestry,1070-1080,embroidery,wool on linen,Romanesque Art
Chartres Cathedral, begun 1134,Gothic Art
Amiens Cathedral, Amiens, France,Gothic Art
AP Art History Works Bank A
kouros, c. 600 B.C.E., marble, Greek Archaic
Calf Bearer, c. 560 B.C.E., marble,Greek Archaic
Peplos Kore, c. 530 B.C.E., marble,Greek Archaic
Gods and Giants from the Siphnian Treasury, c. 530 B.C.E., marble,Greek
AP Art History Meanings of Art Exam 3
Everything about is what?
Who painted Twilight in the Wilderness?
Frederick E. Church
What does a more beautiful sunset mean?
Who painted "Bar at Folies Berger"?
What does Manet e
AP Art History Meanings of Art Exam 2
What did Michelangelo do illegally?
Why did he do everything in secret?
Because of Da Vinci. Da Vinci is his rival
Who did Michelangelo sculpt this for?
The Medici family
What did Pope Julius II do?