[unit 2] History Of Visual Arts Ii

Saturn devouring one of his children
c. 1819
Artist: Goya
Period: Spanish Romantic
One of his black wall paintings. Symbolic of: human self-destruction, time destroys all its creations, a country eating its young in pointless wars. –
Delacroix
Massacre at Chios
French Romaniticism –
David Smith, Suspended Figure or Reclining Figure (1935) –
Caravaggio
Calling of St. Matthew
1600
Italian Baroque –
Imhotep, Stepped Pyramid and mortuary precinct of Djoser, Egypt, 2630-2611 BCE, Egyptian -Early Dynasty –
Giovanni Pisano; The Annunciation and the Nativity, Pulpit of Sant' Andrea, Piostoia, Italy –
Zeus (Poseidon?) Early & High Classical Period (c. 450 BCE). Bronze –
Jim Hodges
Every Touch
1997 – Installation
Clause Monet. On the Bank of the Seine, Bennecourt. Impressionism. Oil on canvas. –
1920

N/A – What year was this

Where is it from

Tomb Djoser necropolis ka stylized scroll stylus – Seated Scribe (1)…
•Created for a ______ & _______'s _______ (giant tomb complex) @ Saqqara
•Purpose:house the scribe's __ (soul) for eternity
•_______ (not a portrait) but lifelike
—e.g., deep eyes of colored crystal, copper eyelids
•Papyrus _____ in lap, once held a reed ______
Tomb Djoser necropolis ka stylized scroll stylus – Seated Scribe (1)…
•Created for a ______ & _______'s _______ (giant tomb complex) @ Saqqara
•Purpose:house the scribe's __ (soul) for eternity
•_______ (not a portrait) but lifelike
—e.g., deep eyes of colored crystal, copper eyelids
•Papyrus _____ in lap, once held a reed ______
St Luke's exterior (Hosios Loukas or Theotokos) –
Pontormo, Entombment of Christ, 1530 – .
Nicolas Poussin, The Ashes of Phokion, 1648 –
Pontormo, Entombment of Christ, 1530 – .
Winged Victory of Samothrace
Hellenistic Greek. c. 190 B.C.E. Marble
The theatrical stance, vigorous movement, and billowing drapery of this Hellenistic sculpture are combined with references to the Classical period-prefiguring the baroque aestheticism of the Pergamene sculptors. –

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