Visual Arts


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Egyptian art

Stepped Pyramid of King Djoser and mortuary precinct, Saqqara Old Kingdom 2500 B.C., Old Kingdom 2500 B.C. Imhotep (sometimes spelled Immutef, Im-hotep, or Ii-em-Hotep; called Imuthes (Ἰμούθης) by the Greeks), fl. 27th century BC (circa 2650-2600 BC), Great Pyramids of Gizeh Old Kingdom 2500 B.C., Old Kingdom 2500 B.C., Great Sphinx Old Kingdom 2500 B.C., Menkaure and Queen [Khamerernebty], Gizeh, Old Kingdom 2500 B.C., Seated scribe [from mastaba tomb at Saqqara,] Old Kingdom 2500 B.C., Ka-Aper [from his mastaba tomb at Saqqara,] Old Kingdom 2500 B.C., painted reliefs in mastaba tomb of Ti, [Saqqara] Old Kingdom 2500 B.C., Rock-cut tombs, Beni Hasan Old Kingdom 2500 B.C., Mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, The New Kingdom 1500-1000 B.C., The New Kingdom 1500-1000 B.C., Temple of Ramses II The New Kingdom 1500-1000 B.C., Temple of Amen-Re, Karnak The New Kingdom 1500-1000 B.C., Paintings from the tomb of Nebamum The New Kingdom 1500-1000 B.C.

2012-09-11 • 30 Cards

Ancient Near Eastern Art

Statuettes from the Temple of Abu Sumerian, 3,000-2200 B.C, Standard of Ur Sumerian, 3,000-2200 B.C, Bull-headed lyre from Ur Sumerian, 3,000-2200 B.C, Bronze head of a ruler, Akkadian, 2200 B.C., Stele of Naram Sin Akkadian, 2200 B.C., Ziggurat at Ur Neo-Sumerian, 2000 B.C., Statue of Gudea Neo-Sumerian, 2000 B.C., Babylonian, 1700 B.C. Stele with the Code of Hammurabi:, Lion Gate Hittite , 1400 B.C., Citadel of Sargon II Assyrian Art, 1000-600 B.C., Lamassu from Palace of Sargon II Assyrian Art, 1000-600 B.C., Ashurbanipal hunting lions Assyrian Art, 1000-600 B.C., Neo-Babylonian, 600 B.C. Ishtar Gate, Babylon, Palace of Darius I, Persepolis Persian , 500-200 B.C., composed of slim triangular or wedge-shaped elements, as the characters used in writing by the ancient Akkadians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Persians, and others.

2012-09-04 • 24 Cards

Art History (Chapter 1)

Relief Sculpture, Cromlech, Post-and-lintel, Menhir, Megaliths, Megalithic

2012-09-02 • 14 Cards

Classics 209

What institution is this? • located in the Agora o civic centre, own building • Composed of amateurs o democratic o selected by lot out of the 10 tribes o 50 people • a ruling class could not monopolize the ______ o can’t serve two years in a row even if your name is legit pulled out • Fourth cent: o highest paid members of government • gave foreigners access: Opportunity for money-making n the side o constitution of Athens AG, What are the functions of the Boule? AG, What at I? • demos: all citizens 20 years and older could attend • all proposals known in advance • all citizens eligible to speak on a proposal • Contrast Sparta o people don't have the right, they only have the right to vote. o but in reality only a small group of people who want to/ have an issue • met on the Pnyx: thud: 5K large assembly, it 40K citizens then most 12.5 makes the law on behalf of the rest • 4th century: 4 meeting/prytany • Mostly scholars think that this applied only to the first 6,000 citizens to attend • pay for _________ attendance rise dramatically through the 4th cent AG, What is the Berna? AG, What are some key features (not functions) of the Boule? 12 AG, What was the deal with rotation and power sharing of the boule? 7 AG, Who rules Athenian society in democracy Men or the Law LL, Law courts - Greek name? • Large juries - how many people? • Largest eveeer - number • Reliability of court system ensured by random selection of jurors which makes what impractical?? LL, What was the name of the Ballot Machine? LL, What are some of the Key features (not functions of the assembly) 9 AG, What did the Kleroterion do? Functions and stuff LL, What were some possible abuses of the Law and Litigation system? 3 LL, What are some of the greek terms used to identify a slave? What dies the name names represent/show? 7 S, What is the definition of slavery? S, is slavery is inappropriate? 2

2012-06-20 • 42 Cards

botanik blok 4.

aften-pragtstjerne, ager-sennep, agerstedmoderblomst, ager-tidsel, ager-paderock, akeleje, bingelurt, kvik, skovranke, hundegræs, rølikke, anemone nemorosa, bakkenelikke, bidende ranunkel, bidende stenurt

2012-05-28 • 135 Cards

Wed May 16th Exam

Portrait Of Gertrude Stein`, Les Demoiselles d'Avignon, Still Life With Chair Caning, The Portuguese, Bottle, Newspaper, Pipe and Glass, The City, Dynamism of a Dog on a Leash, Unique Forms of Continuity in Space (Bronze), Champs de Mars aka The Red Tower, Suprematist Composition, Monument to The Third International, Composition with Red, Blue and Yellow

2012-05-16 • 12 Cards

ArtHisExam Apr30th Info

There is no movement simply called "Expressionism", Fauves Freed color from its traditional use. Did not use "Local Color", Matisse - color serves expressive purpose. Matisse used color based on subjective observation and feeling (Inf; Moreau, Van Gogh) [Without Emotion], You can tie Matisse to?, Matisse wrote "What I dream of, is an art of balance, of purity and serenity devoid of troubling or disturbing subject matter... Like a comforting influence, a mental balm - - Something like a good armchair in which one rests from physical fatigue", The Bridge = Faith in the art of the future, utopian idealism, a "Bridge" between art and society at large., "An example of this today is our sympathy, our spiritual relationship, with the Primitives. Like ourselves, these artists sought to express in their work only internal truths, renouncing in consequence of external form", Klee is hard to categorize as he is an expressionist and a Cubist as well as a Surrealist., "Art does not reproduce the Visible; rather it makes visible" "I want to reach the heart, I write words on the foreheads and round the lips. But my faces are truer than life", World War 1 In Europe, World War I USA Involvement, Those who fought in the war became known as the "Lost Generation", Marx - Communist Manifesto Capital I, Freud's Interpretation of Dreams

2012-04-30 • 14 Cards

ArtHistExam April30th

Woman With Hat, Harmony In Red, The Dance, Street Scene (Dresden), Improvisation #28, Fate Of Animals, Twittering Machine

2012-04-30 • 7 Cards

ArtHistory2

Nocturne Of Black And Gold (Falling Rocket), Impression: Sunrise, The Bath, Paris: A Rainy Day, Ballet Rehearsal, The Veteran In A New Field, The Thankful Poor, The Gross Clinic, The Gleaners, Stone Breakers, Burial at Ornans, Olympia, Luncheon on the Grass

2012-03-19 • 13 Cards

UNA INDÚSTRIA MUTANT TRANSMÈDIA

2012-01-11 • 0 Cards