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VISC 1B02 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Upper Paleolithic, Stone Age, Chisel

What is visual culture? Any object that was created by humans and can be seen They didnt serve a particular purpose/didnt depict a particular place until the 18- 1900s They help shed light on pe...

Visual Studies
VISC 1B02
Jessica Mace
VISC 1B02 Lecture 1: Tutorial One - Visual Analysis

Visual Analysis  ● Description of an artwork’s elements  ● Acknowledging visual attributes  ● Historical context  ● Form vs. Content      FORM  ...

Visual Studies
VISC 1B02
Mace
VISC 1B02 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Unibrow

VISC Lecture Dr. Jessica Mace (Accomp. By Visual Powerpoint)    Sept. 16      The Neolithic Period ​c. 6500­3400/3200 BCE  ● Continents breaking  ● Spain & Africa separated  ● Fixed dwellings ​(less nomadi...

Visual Studies
VISC 1B02
Mace
VISC 1B02 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Onera

VISC Lecture Dr. Jessica Mace (Accomp. By Visual Powerpoint)    Sept. 9    What is Visual Culture?  ● Learninbg 40,000 BCE (​before comm ​ on era) to 1800 CE (​ om​ on era)  ● What can we learn about the area ...

Visual Studies
VISC 1B02
Mace
VISC 1B02 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Bronze Sculpture, Early Christianity, Christian Art

VISC 1B02 Class 6 Notes Early Byzantine and Christian Art Life size bronze portrait of Aulus Metelllus Marcus Aurelius known for his intellectual and military achievements oConquers effortlessly by divine will (alike Egypt...

Visual Studies
VISC 1B02
Julian Haladyn
VISC 1B02 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Peter Paul Rubens, Davido, Art Periods

VSIC 1B02 Class 10 notes The Baroque and Beyond High renaissance = Focused around stability and order Four important figures Leonardo, Raphael, Michelangelo, Titian Leonardo The Last Supper and Mona Lisa oCaptures a mom...

Visual Studies
VISC 1B02
Julian Haladyn
VISC 1B02 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Shikara, Neotantra, Axis Mundi

Visc 1B02 class 9 notes Later Asian Art Review: oEarly Buddhist art: Buddha himself is not shown, and instead, was representated by symbols (e.g. footprints, an empty enlightenment seat, or a stupa) Stupas held remains of...

Visual Studies
VISC 1B02
Julian Haladyn
VISC 1B02 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Shackamaxon, Negative Space, Eurocentrism

VISC 1B02 Class 8 Notes Alternative Art History of the Americas How was the work created, and when was it interpreted as art history? The Treaty of Penn with the Indians, Benjamin West, 17712 Commissioned by William Penn ...

Visual Studies
VISC 1B02
Julian Haladyn
VISC 1B02 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Siena Cathedral, Duccio, Filippo Brunelleschi

VISC Lecture 8 Class 7 notes the renaissance the thirteenth century was a period of political division and economic expansion for the Italian peninsula (Stokstad 281) increase in trade Effects of good government in the cit...

Visual Studies
VISC 1B02
Julian Haladyn
VISC 1B02 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Stone Palette, Narmer, Chisel

VISC 1B02 Class 3 Notes monuments and Memorialization of Antiquity Art of ancient Egypt oWhy are we so mesmerized by the art of Egypt? partially aesthetic around 3000 BCE Egypt became a consolidated state along the banks f...

Visual Studies
VISC 1B02
Julian Haladyn
VISC 1B02 Lecture 5: VISC 1B02 Class 5 Notes

VISC 1B02 Class 5 Notes Connection between the writing system and those of the ancient Near East The oldest artifacts containing hieroglyphics show the written language fully formed Development of alphabetic letterforms Co...

Visual Studies
VISC 1B02
Julian Haladyn
VISC 1B02 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Negative Space, Fertile Crescent, Conceptual Art

VISC 1B02 class 2 notes Art of the Ancient Near East: Agriculture, Writing and Religion Drawing a line in the sand or making a handprint on a wall is a direct sign of individual identity Once made, marks exist independentl...

Visual Studies
VISC 1B02
Julian Haladyn
VISC 1B02 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Stupa, Helladic Period, Geometric Art

VISC 1B02 Class 4 notes From Abstraction to Naturalism in Ancient Greece Indus and Aegean Indus naturalistic poses Aegean incredibly stylized, has more to do with its existence of an object Buddhist art Lions depicted hav...

Visual Studies
VISC 1B02
Julian Haladyn
VISC 1B02 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Fourth Dynasty Of Egypt, Narmer, Great Sphinx Of Giza

The palette of narmer. Early Dynastic period, 2950 BCE There is a falcon beside the king and he is holding a hat The king here is shown victorious A votive object in religious needing. Its an object presented as offerings....

Visual Studies
VISC 1B02
Julian Haladyn
VISC 1B02 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Pech Merle, Cave Painting, Danube

VISC 1B02 Class 1 Notes (Monumental Origins)Why do humans create images?Why do we study the history for image creation?study of systematic study of prehistory began less than 200 years agofirst modern explorers of the pain...

Visual Studies
VISC 1B02
Julian Haladyn

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