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Art of Italy Object List

Early Christian Art 313 (Constantine’s Edict of Milan) to 726 (Byzantine Emperor Leo III’s edict against the worship of images, 726) 8-3 Painted ceiling from the Catacomb of Sts. Peter and Marcellinus, Rome, early fourth century*, Early Christian Art 313 (Constantine’s Edict of Milan) to 726 (Byzantine Emperor Leo III’s edict against the worship of images, 726) 8-5 Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus, 359, marble original in Museo della Basilica de San Pietro, Rome* (plaster copy in the Museo Pio Cristano, Musei Vaticani), Early Christian Art 313 (Constantine’s Edict of Milan) to 726 (Byzantine Emperor Leo III’s edict against the worship of images, 726) 8-7 Old St. Peter's Cathedral, Rome, c. 320 (torn down in the 15th century), Early Christian Art 313 (Constantine’s Edict of Milan) to 726 (Byzantine Emperor Leo III’s edict against the worship of images, 726) 8-9, 10, 11 Mausoleum of Santa Costanza, Rome, 337-351, next to Saint Agnus Outside the Walls. (The original red porphyry sarcophagus of Costanza, d. 354, is now in the Pio Clementino Museum (Greek Cross Hall) of the Musei Vaticani)., Early Christian Art 313 (Constantine’s Edict of Milan) to 726 (Byzantine Emperor Leo III’s edict against the worship of images, 726) 8-13 Santa Maria Maggiore, Rome, 432-440, Early Byzantine Art in Italy 539 (Emperor Justinian’s general captures Ravenna for Constantinople) to 752 (the Lombards conquer Ravenna) 9-6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 View and apse mosaic of San Vitale*, Ravenna, 526-47, Carolingian Art: 800 (Pope Leo III crowned Charles the Great, from Aachen, Germany, as the first “Holy Roman Emperor” on Christmas day) 800 to 843 (the Holy Roman Empire is divided among his grandchildren). NP Evangelist Mathew, Harley Golden Gospels, folio 13v, probably Aachen, Germany, c. 800-825, 365 x 250 mm (British Library Harley MS 2788)* Similar to 11-12., Romanesque Art in Italy, c.1000 to 1300 12-18 Baptistery of San Giovanni, Florence, Italy, dedicated 1059, Romanesque Art in Italy, c.1000 to 1300 12-19 San Miniato al Monte, Florence, Italy, 1062-90, Romanesque Art in Italy, c.1000 to 1300 14-6 Cimabue, Madonna Enthroned, c. 1280-1290, Uffizi Gallery, Florence, Gothic Art in Italy, c. 1300 to 1500 14-17, 18 Arnolfo di Cambio, nave interior and exterior. Florence Cathedral, (“il Duomo,” = house of god) 1296-1436, Gothic Art in Italy, c. 1300 to 1500 14-19 Nave of Santa Maria Novella, Florence, c. 1246-70 (Dominican), Gothic Art in Italy, c. 1300 to 1500 14-12 Simone Martini, The Annunciation, 1333, Uffizi Gallery, Florence (side panels by Lippo Memmi, 19th-century frame), Gothic Art in Italy, c. 1300 to 1500 14-20 Bernardo Daddi, Madonna and Child 1347, in the Or San Michele, Florence*, Gothic Art in Italy, c. 1300 to 1500 14-20 Orcagna, Or San Michele Tabernacle, Or San Michele, Florence, begun 1349*

2017-04-04 • 29 Cards

Art Italy

539 (Emperor Justinian’s general captures Ravenna for Constantinople) to 752 (the Lombards conquer Ravenna) 9-6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 View and apse mosaic of San Vitale*, Ravenna, 526-47, Baptistery of San Giovanni, Florence, Italy, dedicated 1059

2017-04-04 • 2 Cards

Art of Italy

2017-03-28 • 1 Cards

Art of Italy

2017-03-28 • 0 Cards

Art History 102 Exam 1

Title: The Well of Moses Artist: Claus Sluter, Title: Infancy of Christ Panels Artist: Melchior Broederlam, Title: Tres Riches Heures Artist: Limbourg Brothers, Title: Merode Altarpiece Artist: Robert Campin, Title: Ghent Altarpiece Artist: Jan van Eyck, Title: The Arnolfini Portrait Artist: Jan van Eyck, Title: Descent from the Cross Artist: Rogier van der Weyden, Title: The Crucifixion, with the Virgin and Saint John the Evangelist Mourning Artist: Rogier van der Weyden, Title: Madonna and Child Artist: Hans Memling, Title: The Garden of Earthly Delights Artist: Hieronymus Bosch, Title: The Sacrifice of Isaac Artist: Filippo Brunelleschi, Title: The Sacrifice of Isaac Artist: Lorenzo Ghiberti, Title: Quattro Coronati Artist: Nanni di Banco, Title: Equestrian Monument of Gattemalata Artist: Donatello, Title: Mary Magdalene Artist: Donatello

2016-05-06 • 24 Cards

Art History 102 Second Exam

Title: The Virgin of the Rocks Artist: Leonardo da Vinci Period: 1480-1520: High Renaissance in Italy, Title: The Last Supper Artist: Leonardo da Vinci Period: 1480-1520: High Renaissance in Italy, Title: Mona Lisa Artist: Leonardo da Vinci Period: 1480-1520: High Renaissance in Italy, Title: Pieta Artist: Michelangelo Period: 1480-1520: High Renaissance in Italy, Title: The Tomb of Pope Julius II, Moses, and The Awakening Prisoner Artist: Michelangelo Period: 1480-1520: High Renaissance in Italy, Title: The Sistine Chapel Ceiling-Creation of Adam Artist: Michelangelo Period: 1480-1520: High Renaissance in Italy, Title: The School of Athens at The Stanza della Segnatura Artist: Raphael Period: 1480-1520: High Renaissance in Italy, Title: Portrait of Pope Leo X with Cardinals Artist: Raphael Period: 1480-1520: High Renaissance in Italy, Title: Fete Champetre Artists: Giorgione and Titian Period: 1480-1520: High Renaissance in Italy, Title: Pieta Artist: Pontormo Period: 1520-1600: Mannerism, Title: Tom of Giuliano de Medici Artist: Michelangelo Period: 1520-1600: Mannerism, Title: Portrait of Eleanora of Toledo and her Son Artist: Bronzino Period: 1520-1600: Mannerism, Title: Portrait of Cosimo I de Medici as Orpheus Artist: Bronzino Period: 1520-1600: Mannerism, Title: The Rape of the Sabine Women Artist: Giovanni Bologna Period: 1520-1600: Mannerism, Title: The Last Judgement Artist: Michelangelo Period: 1520-1600: Mannerism

2016-05-06 • 34 Cards

Rom/Gothic Final Review (Part 6)

2016-04-14 • 0 Cards

Rom/Gothic Final Review (Part 5)

Moissac, St Pierre, Moissac, St Pierre, south portal, Moissac, St Pierre, narthex vault, Moissac, St Pierre, south portal, Moissac, St Pierre, south portal, left wall: story of Dives, Moissac, St Pierre, south portal, left wall: unchastity, Moissac, St Pierre, south portal, right wall: Presentation in the Temple, Moissac, St Pierre, south portal, right wall: the Visitation, Moissac, St Pierre, south portal, trumeau with figure of prophet (Isaiah?), Moissac, St Pierre, south portal: tympanum with Vision of St John, Moissac, St Pierre, south portal: tympanum, detail of Retuned Christ with symbols of the evangelists, Moissac, St Pierre, south portal: tympanum, detail: the Returned Christ ('Reclobis'), Moissac, St Pierre, south portal: tympanum, detail of the 24 Elders, Moissac, St Pierre, pier relief in cloister: bishop Durandus from Cluny, Moissac, St Pierre, capital in cloister

2016-04-14 • 23 Cards

Rom/Gothic Final Review (Part 4)

Tournus, St Philibert, façade, Tournus, St Philibert, façade, detail, Tournus, St Philibert, section, Tournus, St Philibert, narthex, Tournus, St Philibert, nave interior, Tournus, St Philibert, nave vaults: transverse barrel vaults carried on transverse arches, Tournus, St Philibert, crossing dome on squinches, Frómista, San Martin de Tours, Frómista, San Martin de Tours, east end, Frómista, San Martin de Tours, east end, detail, Frómista, San Martin de Tours, corbels on east end, Frómista, San Martin de Tours, nave interior, Frómista, San Martin de Tours, nave elevation, Frómista, San Martin de Tours, cimborrio

2016-04-14 • 14 Cards

Rom/Gothic Final Review (Part 3)

Toulouse, Basilica of St Sernin, Toulouse, Basilica of St Sernin, east end, Toulouse, Basilica of St Sernin, interior of nave, Toulouse, Basilica of St Sernin, plan, Toulouse, Basilica of St Sernin, Christ in Majesty relief ('plaque' style of relief sculpture), Toulouse, Basilica of St Sernin, relief of an apostle, Toulouse, Basilica of St Sernin, Ascension, from Miègeville portal, Toulouse, Basilica of St Sernin, St James, from the Miègeville portal, French, 11th C, pope Callixtus III from the Codex Callixtenus, Compostela, Basilica of Santiago, 18th century façade, Compostela, Basilica of Santiago, plan, Compostela, Basilica of Santiago, interior of nave, Compostela, Basilica of Santiago, puerta de los Platerias, Compostela, Basilica of Santiago, tympanum of puerta de los Platerias, Compostela, Basilica of Santiago, tympanum of Puerta de los Platerias, the 'Adulterous Woman'

2016-04-14 • 15 Cards

Rom/Gothic Final Review (Part 2)

Cluny III, reconstruction, Cluny III, interior of nave, 18thC drawing, Cluny III, choir facing west, 18thC drawing, Cluny III, capitals from choir, Cluny III, 'First Tone' capital from choir ( the instrument is a cittern), Cluny III: Four Rivers of Paradise, capital from nave, Cluny III, surviving north transept, Paray le Monial, Notre Dame (formerly Sacre Coeur)

2016-04-14 • 8 Cards

Rom/Gothic Final Review (Part 1)

St Martin du Canigou (France), c. 1001-26, St Martin du Canigou, interior; petit-apareil masonry, Cardona (Spain), St Viçenz, c. 1030, Cardona, St Viçenz, interior, Ripoll (Spain), Sta Maria, east end, c. 1030; pilaster strips, corbel tables on apse, Ripoll, Sta Maria, interior, Ripoll, Sta Maria, entrance façade, Silos (Spain), Sto Domingo, cloister, Silos, Sto Domingo, capital, Silos, Sto Domingo, cloister pier: the Incredulity of St Thomas, c. 1080, St Genis des Fontaines (France), lintel relief, c. 1020; Christ in Majesty

2016-04-14 • 11 Cards

Business of Art Exam 2

The Artist Statement, The Art Dealer, The Art Consultant, The Art Historian, The Art Critic, The Art Connoisseur, Digital Art, Installation, Performance Art, Public Art, Street Art, Auction houses typically take _____ commission on sales., Auction Houses, How Art is Selected for Auctions, Online Acquisitions

2015-11-01 • 97 Cards

Grecia

2015-10-13 • 0 Cards

Art history

1. Declare your faith 2. prayer 5x a day/ face kaaba 3. Ramadan-fast from sun up to sound own 4. Hadj-Pilgrimage 5.Charity, Abraham, Tower attached to the mosque, functions as a place for the call to prayer.

2015-05-01 • 3 Cards