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Greek and Roman Art

Greek and Roman Art

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  1. Greek and Roman Art

  2. Thought themselves to be superior • Preoccupation of visual appearance, the idealized nude, and canon of beauty

  3. Dipylon Vase – 8th cent BCE – 4’ 11”

  4. Lady of Auxerre – 650-625 BCE – limestone – 2’

  5. Kore – 510 BCE – Marble – 21”

  6. Kouros – 570 BCE – marble – 5’

  7. Kroisos – 530 BCE- marble – 6’ 4”

  8. Kritios Boy – 480 BCE – marble – 3”

  9. Warrior from Riace – 5th cent BCE – bronze, bone, glass, silver, copper – 6 ½’

  10. EUPHRONIOS – Herakles wrestling Antaios - 510 BCE

  11. EXEKIAS – Achilles and Ajax playing a dice game – 540 BCE

  12. ONESIMOS – Girl preparing to bathe – 490 BCE

  13. Pompeii • Provincial city, not major center • The art found is geared more towards to daily life • 79 BCE Vesuvius erupted • Pliny the Elder stationed in Pompeii and we use his writings for many recourses of art

  14. Venus Pompeiana

  15. Venus

  16. Venus in the court of the House of the Marine Venus

  17. Portrait of Husband and Wife – wall painting – 70 CE

  18. Nymph and Satyr – house of the faunand painting from a brothel

  19. Grave Stele of Hegeso – 400 BCE – marble - 5’

  20. Temple of Zeus – west pediment – Apollo – 460 BCE – 91 ft wide

  21. Helios, his horses, and three goddesses – from East Pediment of Parthenon – 438 BCE - marble

  22. MYTON - Discobolus (discus thrower) – roman copy after bronze original of 450 BCE – 5’

  23. POLYKLETITOS – Dortphoros (Spear Bearer) – Roman copy after bronze of 450 BCE – 7’

  24. Statue of Apollo (Belvedere) – 2nd cent CE – 7 ½ ‘

  25. Napoleon Bonaparte Showing the Apollo Belvedre to his Deputies - 1799

  26. PRAXITELES – Aphrodite of Knidos – roman copy after original 350 BCE

  27. Medici Venus – 1st Cent CE – 5’

  28. Venus di Milo – 150 BCE – 6’

  29. Crouching Venus –

  30. Venus Kallipygos

  31. Aphrodite, Eros, and Pan – 100 BCE – marble – 4 ½’

  32. Hellenistic Art

  33. Seated boxer – 100 BCE – Bronze – 4 ½’

  34. EPIGONOS – Dying Gaul – roman copy – 230 BCE

  35. Old Market Woman – 100 BCE – marble - 4 ½’

  36. ANTHANADOROS, HAGESANDROS, and POLYDOROS OF RHODES – Lacoon and his sonsmarbe – 8’ – 1st cent CE

  37. Drunken Old Woman

  38. Sleeping Satyr (Barberini Faun) – 200 BCE – marble – 7’

  39. Etruscans • City states – Middle of Italy to Southern Italy • Art is not as idealized, more factual, down to earth, descriptive • Of the here and now, not eternal youth or gods • Romans incorperated/took over Etrusia

  40. Mars of Todi – 4th cent BCE – bronze – 4 ½’