Research Paper- Fall 2012
Pablo Picasso: Les demoiselles dAvignon
Pablo Picasso was born on October 25, 1881 in the port city of Malaga in the south of
Spain. He was a painter, sculptor, and a draughtsman. He became one
April 22, 2014
Castle of Love
The Castle of Love stands out from other medieval artwork because it has a
secular theme of the narration of love, which is different from classic religious artworks
dominant during the time period.
Art History - 109
The piece of artwork that I chose for my research project is Lamentation
by Giotto Di Bondone. This piece of artwork was created in ca. 1305 during the
Late Medieval Italy period. The location of Lamentation is in
Art History 109
The piece of artwork that I chose to do my research project on is
Lamentation by Giotto Di Bondone. This piece of artwork was created in ca. 1305
during the Late Medieval Italy period. It is a Fresco that was painted in the Arena
CHAPTER 1: ART IN THE STONE AGE
The Paleolithic period (the Old Stone Age), which began around 40
BCE, was arguably the most significant era in the entire history of art.
During the early Paleolithic Period (40,000-20,000 BCE), hunter-gatherers
CHAPTER 4: THE PREHISTORIC AEGEAN
Cycladic Art 3000 1600 BCE
The islands of the Aegean Sea boast excellent marble quarries, and marble statuettes are the major
surviving artworks of the Cyclades during the third millennium BCE.
Unfortunately, little is kn
CHAPTER 3: EGYPT FROM NARMER TO CLEOPATRA
Predynastic Egypt 2920 BCE and Early Dynastic Periods (1, 2, 3) ca. 2920-2575
The unification of Upper and Lower Egypt into a single Kingdom under the rule of
a divine king occurred around 3000-2920 BCE. The e
May 5th, 2014
Irving Penn: Displaying Innovative Characteristics in Photography
Callie Winchester delivered a presentation on Irving Penn. Penn, born in 1917, was a
professional photographer for Vogue magazine. He sta
May 4th, 2014
Concrete to Canvas
Amys presentation was on Jean Michel Basquiat who was originally a graffiti artist until
he took his art off the walls and created it on canvas instead. He is known as a neoexpressioni
Art History Final Exam
Section # 1
For my art exhibit I carefully choose a variety of five different paintings. I choose specific paintings I believed would give the audience a notion of how a theme could change over time.
These paintings ill
Quiz on Ancient Greek Pottery
1. What was the Geometric Krater used for?
2. What did the Geometric Krater represent about the family?
3. What is the Andokides Painter an example of?
4. Where is the Andokides Painter from?
5. What does the Euphronios repro
Ancient Greek Pottery
-Greece is located South of Macedonia in the Mediterranean Sea.
-The Greeks borrowed ideas from Egypt and Mesopotamia but quickly developed their
- Their innovations quickly became the foundation of Wes
May 11th, 2014
Even before humans grasped the concept of writing, they created art inspired by their
sacred or spiritual beliefs to record the world around them. Sacred is defined as a connection to a
god or god
CHAPTER 2: ANCIENT MESOPOTAMIA AND PERSIA
This chapter mentions two ancient areas.
Sumerian Art ca. 3500-2332 BCE. Sumerians found the worlds first city-states in
the valley between the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers and invent writing in the