1: november 12th Collossal head Mexico 900 bce Basalt Head of a ruler Were they meant to be a portrait? They were set in the court yards Goddess 14-7 Mural painting form the Tetitla apartmetn complex at Teotihuacan, mexico Has an amzaing hat City/ nature goddess Holding a flowing stream of water; going to bless us with this Face is green b/c she?s wearing a jade mask Hat: has another mask on it; red shit is hearts and intestines (Spilling blood: She has power to do so) 14-1 Shield jaguar and lady Xoc Limestone Has jaguar has a few wives; one is having a son Lady Xoc is pulling the rope through her toung: to bless the child with blood 2: november 15 vocabulary Polychrome: a piece of work composed of or decorated in many colors 14-19 raimondi stele 800 bce Incised green diorite Fabulous hat He?s looking upwards Teeth are bare If you flip it upside down it still works, instead of a hat, it?s now a mask with a bunch of teeth This god can be like this (when flipped over-transformed) Transformation! 14-21 bridge-spouted vessel with flying figures Polychrome Carrying several heads Not a practical shape 2 spouts Probably used for ceremony Gold earings 14-24 ear ordainment Gold and turquoise Not really an earring just clips on Sword, shield Possible a priest or warrior or combination Same shape of a helmet found on a tomb self replicated It?s a gold earring with turquoise inside, and the guy on the earring is wearing the same hearing Incised gorget with running warrior 14-30 1250 ce Elaborate head dress Markigns on face (scars paint?) Woven garments Left had is a big mace (club) Found in burials and mounds Right hand is a head Circles around the outside of the gorget Vocabulary Gorget: A neck pendet Kiva Round rooms Roofed over and no door, only way in or out is through the roof Used for rituals \ Only for men 14-32 cliff palace A bunch of kivas with ladders 1300 ce Spiritual centers of native southwest life Male council houses where rituals regalia were stored and private rituals and preparations for public ceremonies took place Location not accidental Sun in winter; shade in summer Defence perpuses 3: november 17 : africa King Ita yemoo culture 11th centry holding a horn full of medicine Sign of protection from evil spirits Also shows wealth Also holding a short beaded staff Shows rank/king 15-4 Head; lydenburg 500 E Terracotta Would be able to fit as a mask on a child (performance) Scarification is present Neck rings of rope Great Mosque, djenne Mud brick They need to be built up over and over because the are made of the mud bricks Relations with Islam Waist pendant of a queen Mother Altar to the Hand and Arm 4 major features of African Art 1. sculpture: their 2D work isn?t that special 2. human figure like to depict people 3. abstraction 4. performative meant to be used in rituals and performances Vocabulary Scarification: Scaring yourself Bloodletting Leaving permanent patter oni: King or ruleer 17-11 Set the stage of what the church is all about 4: november 19th (missed class) 5: november 22th 16-12: Portriat of Charlemage or Charles the Bald 9th century Copy of roman imperial statue work Realate back to Marcus Arealius and emporors alike Looking back to Roman art Same clothing/ no armor Horse: status symbol Powerful, 16-8: Chi-rho-iota Scotland Letters have turned into a decorative pattern There?s a head which relates to the Celtic writing ICXC ? a traditional abbreviation of the Greek words for "Jesus Christ" 16-14: Saint Mathew form the book of Ebbo 2traditons mixed together Saint Mathews folds of drapery is crazy Eyes wild Scrambling to get every thing written upper right is the image of St. Mathew Vocabular Westwork The church always faces the east, aps faces east, doors on west 16-20 : Westwork of the abbey church On the test: **know plan of church Nave Crossing square Transept Channeling Rome to look back and be inspired by 17-10 Otto III 16-29 Frontal seated vocabulary Barrel vault Simple Groin vault goal is to minimize the stone work Know 17-10 6: november 29th Interior of sant?ambrogio Octangular towers Light up the church through the central dome, no clerestory lighting West facade of saint-Etienne 1067 France Interior is echoed on the outside Windows are showing you from the outside, what ur gong to get on the inside Influence from the Normans Towering west work Cutting into the building-windows Crossing square *** Sacred geometry Cathedral complex Timber ceilings fasad covered in columns Shape of the roof/cleristory strong protusion Massive stone work Gislebertu, last judgment Judgment of the sinners Inscription: May this terror terrify those who are earthly bound by error Right hand of Christ entering Jerusalem left hand of Christ is a set of scales with demons and angels ; facials Mouth of hell Crawlign out Head reliquary of saint Alexander 1145 Head opens up for things competiitoin b/t churches to see who could get the most objects Inlaid with stones front side has images of saints Outside has personifications of women of good virtues bust like Constantine Eadwine the scribe, eadwine the scribe at work pose like st. Mathew Both hands hard at work Celtic metal patterns Top texts reads I am of the scribes, the prince Bayeux tapestry 1070 Made for William the conquer vocab Camponile Bell tower hallenkirche Floor to ceiling windows Very long halls 6: december 1st Virgin and child and angels Stain glass Sense of brightness and darkness Gives off a mysterious sense Captures the glory of God and the mystery Sun constantly changes, thus the windows are always changing Metal working relates to stainglass Areal view of charteres cathedral Take note to: Pointed arches Framework that holds a chuch together, can make arch taller, up =God Flying buttress Ribs Skeletal masonry (stonework) Stain glass windows: Original Now vocab Bar tracery Metal (stain glass windows) Plate tracery Stone (stain glass windows) oculus little circles Golthic archtechture Like to punch holes int things Thin Shaq: romenesque church Denis robmin : worm, tall, slender, peirced, decorative color elements : Laon (gothic) Key to gothic architecture: Flying buttresses Laon Paris Chartes Amiens Know 18-12 Flying buttress* Ribs Trasver (middle) Springing (meets the columns) Triforium Vae arcade Clerestory Saint Theodore Jab statue Porch of the martyrs Soft features Contraposto posture Greek influence natural beauty of classical work 18-20 robert de luzarches, thomas de cormont, and renaud de cormont A big tent Look up at the vaults just floating Amiens 18-26 Sweeping folds of drapery S ? curve of body Roman interest The Virgin and Jesus where crwon/ robe of french queen English Squat and wide façades The steeple is a sturctural principle 18-43 dizzy
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