Art 2 – Section 4806, 4807. History of Western Art – Prehistoric to Gothic Mrs. Atherton, Office: Art 13, basement, by apt. 310-660-3542 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Main Objective: View Art According to the Values and Functions of the era--according to the technology of the era.
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Main Objective: View Art According to the Values and Functions of the era--according to the technology of the era.
Art 2 – Prehistoric
Bakota tribe, (Gabon) Guardian Figure (left)
Bambara Tribe (Mali)
Antelope Headdress, (right)
It is used as part of a ritual to promote good crops.
The dancer wears this as a headdress since it is attached to a wicker basket at the bottom.Ritual Functions of Art:
Carvings such as the one on the left were used in a ritual for burial.
The Bakota tribe of the Gabon in Africa create these as guardian figures for the graves of their ancestors. Below the torso, a wicker basket would be attached to hold the bones of the ancestor.
The Gothic Cathedrals.
A Stain glass window from Chartres Cathedral
This pictograph (painting on stone) was made by the Anasazi culture to record an important event which occurred in the year1054, when a supernova star exploded near a crescent moon.
function for art?
Answer on the Discussion Board
under Prehistoric and Tribal