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Introduction to Art History

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ARTH 1130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Eleman Languages, Headhunting, Marquesas Islands
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Oceania Before 1980 Australia and Melanesia Bark Painting Aboriginal painters often depicted dreamings Dreamings- ancestral beings whose spirits pervade the present Uses an x-ray style shows both external appearance as wel...

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ARTH 1130
Monique Johnson
ARTH 1130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Nkondi, Reliquary, Consecration
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Africa 1800-1980 Fang Bieri Sculptures Guard cylindrical bark boxes of ancestral bones reliquaries The figures have the bodies of infants and the muscularity of adult...

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ARTH 1130
Monique Johnson
ARTH 1130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Takahashi Yuichi, Hokusai, Yosa Buson
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Japan 1333- 1980 Yosa Buson master of Haiku leading literati painter inspired by Chinese works distinctive palette pale colours abstract, bold brushwork Katsushika Hokusai adopted the low horizon line of western works Japa...

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Monique Johnson
ARTH 1130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Lydenburg, Tassili (Album), Raffia Palm
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Africa Before 1800 Prehistory and Early Cultures One of the oldest artworks ever discovered stone plaque charcoal painting depicts some type of unidentifiable animal strict profile ...

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Monique Johnson
ARTH 1130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Haniwa, Tumulus, Yodo River
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Japan before 1333 Japan Before Buddhism Jomon Middle Jomon Pottery Earliest art form of Japan Characterized by applied clay coils and striped incisions Sometimes very elaborate Yayoi Dotaku modelled after Han bells ritual ...

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ARTH 1130
Monique Johnson
ARTH 1130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Seokguram, Celadon
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Korea Silla Crown gold and jade attests to the wealth of the kingdom as well as the skill of its artists may feature stylized tree and antler forms symbolizing life and supernatural power Bodhisattva Maitreya introduction ...

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Monique Johnson
ARTH 1130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Qutb Minar, Akbarnama, Minaret
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South and Southeast Asia, 1200-1980 India Sultanate of Delhi Qutb Minar built the citys first mosque marked the triumph of Islam in northern India worlds tallest minaret Vijayanagar Empire Lotus Mahal most powerful hindu k...

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ARTH 1130
Monique Johnson
ARTH 1130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Shang Dynasty, Sanxingdui, Yangshao Culture
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China Neolithic Age Yangshao Pottery different shapes before the invention of the potters wheel abstract motifs red and brownish-black cream coloured ground Shang Dynasty and Sanxingdui perfected casting elaborate bronze v...

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Monique Johnson
ARTH 1130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Indus Valley Civilisation, Soapstone, Harappa
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South and Southeast Asia before 1200 South Asia Indus Civilization Mojenjo-Daro Cities of the 3rd millennium had sophisticated water supply and sewage systems Made this brick couple used for ritual bathing possible ritual ...

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Monique Johnson
ARTH 1130 Lecture 7: 1130 Lecture 7- Gothic Europe
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Gothic Europe France Suger and Saint Denis Suger was the abbot of Saint-Denis and one of the greatest patrons of early gothic art He had the church rebuilt because he didnt think that it was grand enough to be the church o...

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Monique Johnson
ARTH 1130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Carolingian Renaissance, Purple Parchment, Millennialism
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Early Medieval Europe Carolingian Empire Charlemagnes coronation was Christmas day 800 First Holy Roman Emperor Consolidated the Frankish kingdom and revived the roman empire ...

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Monique Johnson
ARTH 1130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Nasrid Dynasty, Muqarnas, Kufic
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Islamic Art Umayyad Syria and Abbasid Iraq The Umayyads were the 1st Islamic Dynasty They ruled from the capital of Damascus until they were overthrown by he Abbasids and established ...

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Monique Johnson
ARTH 1130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Diptych, Slavs, Christianization
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Byzantium The Christian Roman Empire Eastern division of the Christian Roman empire was Byzantine Christian buffer against the expansion of Islam into central and northern Europe, and ...

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ARTH 1130 Lecture 4: Late Antiquity
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Late Antiquity DuraEuropos Town founded just after the death of Alexander the Great called Dura by the Romans and Europos by the Greeks The Romans abandoned the town after the Sassanian siege It houses more than a dozen di...

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Monique Johnson
ARTH 1130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Northern Renaissance
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1 Art Vocabulary Medium and how its utilized- colour line shape etc 2D, time based, or 3D figure Categories- types of media and their subcategories (ex. painting- oil painting, e...

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Monique Johnson

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