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History of Art FSN 132 Week 4 Lecture Notes
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Department
Fashion
Course
FSN 132
Professor
Julia Scalzo
Semester
Fall

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History of Art FSN 132 Week 4 The Art of the Etruscans (Chapter 6) Model of Temple at Veii - Arrangement of columns emphasizes the entrance of the temple, whereas in Greek architecture, there is little distinction - 515 – 490 B.C. - 6.1, 6.2 Apollo from Veii - Unlike Greek Archaic sculptures, figures are clothed - 515 B.C. - 6.5 Ancient Rome (Chapter 7) Republic: 509 – 27 B.C. Empire: 27 B.C. – A.D. 476 Important terms: Fresco, portraiture, triumphalarch, peropective, illusionism Roman art is art that is: commemorative, narrative, and decorative Portraits/Sculptures Bust of Julius Caesar - Created from wax death masks - Facial features create an impression of personality - Mid 1 century B.C. - 7.42 Portrait of Young Lady - Young, hairstyle reflects current trend, smooth skin - A.D. 90 - 7.45 Portrait of Old Lady - Wrinkles, bags under eyes - Roman art shows naturalism, different from idealized in Greek art
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