Art History Lecture Notes 3.8.16
Temple of the Queen Hatshepsut, Deir el-Bahri
c. 1478-1458 BCE
Hatshepsut Enthroned, Deir el-Bahri 18th
People who made these were often
the people robbing them because
they knew exactly how to
Art History Lecture Notes 4.26
Roman Patrician with Busts of his Ancestors.
Late 1st century BCE. Marble. Lifesize
Bust of Flavian Woman
Bust of Trajan, 2nd C. CE, marble.
Different because its real, and its
different from trying to please
Art History Lecture Notes: 4.19.16
Mars of Todi, early 4th century B.C
Engraved back of a mirror. C. 400 BCE.
Bronze, diameter 6.
Cinerary urn, Chiusi, 7th century B.C
An inscribed Etruscan bronze
Closer to Greek Classical Style.
Named for its dis
Art History Notes: Chapter 6
The Art of the Etruscans
Reconstruction of the Temple
of Apollo at Veii
Flourished between c. 1000 and 100 B>C.
It was contemporary with the Greek culture.
Major source of information about the Etruscans comes
Art History Lecture Notes: 3.15.16
Snake Goddess, Palace Complex at Knossos, Crete.
Height 11 5/8
c. 1700-1550 BCE
c. 1600-1100 BCE
Relates to the Greek mythological
creature as Medusa.
Ancient Greeks. First Greeks, first
Art History Lecture Notes: 5/10/16
Book of Kells, Late 8th/earthly 9th century, Ireland
Sheela Na Gig
Chuch of Kilpeck
Carolingian Art, Charlemagne, 742-814
Saint John from the Coronation Gospels, Late 8th
Order out of chaos
Art History Lecture Notes: 2/16/16
Neolithic New Stone Age
c. 6000/4000- c. 2000 B.C.)
Neolithic plastered skull, Jericho c.
Reflects an attempt to reconstitute
the image of a dead person
Used plaster, hair was paint
Art History Lecture Notes 2/9/16
Before people actually started
Started making art when we lost our
hair. (lice that was found in all types
BCE- Before Common Era
Stone age-> Lower Paleolithic
Art History Lecture Notes: 2/23/16
Head of an Akkadian Ruler
Stele inscribed with the Law Code of
King Assurnasirpal II
c. 883-859 B.C.
Head of an Akkadian Ruler
(Sargon I) Nineveh, Iraq c. 2300 B.C.
Stele inscribed with the Law Cod
Art History Lecture Notes 3/1/16
Canopic jars of Neshkons
Elements of Architecture
Mastaba to Pyramid
Imhotep, Step Pyramid of King Djoser,
Saqqara. 3rd Dynasty, c. 2681-2662 BCE
The belief of afterlife. Body dies but
the spirit dies.
The insides were tak
Vincent Van Gogh- Starry Nightoil on canvas-25 x 30- 1889
This painting was made in 1889, this painting
shows the view from the Saint-Remy-de
-Provence asylum room before the sunrise.
Vincent Van Gogh actually a
Art 115 Prof. Harvey
Communism is a political theory created by Karl Marx. This theory basically
states that there is no such thing as a class, so people will live in a classless society, and
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