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Class Notes for Fine Arts at University of New Brunswick Fredericton

FNAT2703 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Andokides Painter, Exekias, Kouros

Lecture 6 Artist adopted the Corinthian technique of vase decorating called black-figure. Inaddition red-figure technique was also used as a method of decoration. Vase Painting - Art History Example Exekias, The Suicide...

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FNAT2703
Jones Elaine
FNAT2703 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Byzantine Art, Toleration, Apollinaris Of Ravenna

Lecture 8 INTRODUCTION:The Edict of Toleration issued by Constantine the Great in 313 AD provided religious toleration for Christians. In 325 AD Christianity became the official religion of the empire. In 380 AD, Emper...

Fine Arts
FNAT2703
Jones Elaine
FNAT2703 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Sargon I, Art Of Mesopotamia, Eshnunna

Lecture 1 It is in the Ancient Near east, that writing first began. With the invention of writing came written records that replaced the reliance upon images and oral traditionsas a means of keeping records. Art of the ...

Fine Arts
FNAT2703
Jones Elaine
FNAT2703 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Cyclades, Knossos, Minoan Snake Goddess Figurines

Lecture 4 INTRODUCTION The three civilzations that flourished 5000-3000 years ago were the direct forerunners of the first true European civilization of Greece. Aegean Art - Art History Example Geographically,the Cycladi...

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FNAT2703
Jones Elaine
FNAT2703 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Carolingian Architecture, Jutes, Ebbo Gospels

Lecture 9 British and Irish Style Introduction-The original settlers of the region, the Celts found themselves being ruled by the Romans from c55 BC until the region was finally abandoned by Rome in 406 AD. Subsequently, ...

Fine Arts
FNAT2703
Jones Elaine
FNAT2703 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Ramesses Ii, Amarna Period, Hatshepsut

Lecture 3 In the north, artists copied the idealized images found within the grand tombs of Old Kingdom pharaohs. In the south, artists did not have these images to copy. Their royal statues display a movement towards a...

Fine Arts
FNAT2703
Jones Elaine
FNAT2703 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Dipylon Master, Geometric Art, Krater

Lecture 5 INTRODUCTION "For we are lovers of the beautiful, yet with simplicity, and we cultivate the mind without loss of manliness...We are the school of Greece" Pericles, fifth century BCE Greek Art - Art History Examp...

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Jones Elaine
FNAT2703 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: International Gothic, Illuminated Manuscript, Carthusians

Lecture 11 EARLY RENAISSANCE ART IN EUROPE Early Renaissance Art Outside of Italy Introduction-Early Renaissance art in northern Europe remained essentially Gothic primariy due to the fact that the artists of the north we...

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Jones Elaine
FNAT2703 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Euphrates, Verism, Apse

Lecture 7 INTRODUCTION Etruscan and Roman Art - Art History Example By the sixth century BCE, a group of people known as the Etruscans controlled a large and powerful empire near the coast of Italy, around what is now Rom...

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FNAT2703
Jones Elaine
FNAT2703 Lecture 10: arth_10

Lecture 10 INTRODUCTION:The term Romanesque refers to a style that was "In the Roman manner." The architecture of the 11th and 12th century copied the same solid masaonry walls, rounded arches, and the masonry vaults used...

Fine Arts
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Jones Elaine
FNAT2703 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: French Baroque Architecture, Santa Maria Della Vittoria, Claude Lorrain

Lecture 12 BAROQUE: The term Baroque seems to have begun during the eighteenth century from a Portugeseword barroco meaning "Irregular pearl". After the perfectionism of the Renaissance, the style of the Baroque did appe...

Fine Arts
FNAT2703
Jones Elaine
FNAT2703 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Third Dynasty Of Egypt, Ancient Egyptian Architecture, Narmer

Lecture 2 INTRODUCTION: The pyramids and sphinx of Egypt represent monuments that were built by a people who dominated Mid Eastern life for thousands of years. The Pre-dynastic period lasted from 4350-3150 BCE. It was a ...

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Jones Elaine

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