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ART HIST 250 Lecture 1: 1_31_18

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Winter 2018

Department
Art History
Course Code
ART HIST 250
Professor
Claudia Swan
Lecture
1

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Format of midterm is online
Next Wednesday starting at 12:45
Midterm Study powerpoint posted by noon tomorrow
Know media and date, do not need to know where it is right now
Everything specified in review powerpoint
11:59 pm, Feb 4 is when new assignment is due now
Became a thing to make a portrait of your eye and give or recieve to ones lover
Eye medallions: eye portraits
Concept of cognitive style: the manor in which you think, the ways in which you were educated
to think about certain subjects
Pictorial style: way in which pictures are structured and made
- Gerhard Richter, famous contemporary German artist: stripes
- Different eras have different period eyes
Edgerton:
Every human being has experienced the parallel convergence of lines on the distant horizon
into a vanishing pointgm
Baptistery is next to cathedral
I once was what now you are and what I am, you shall yet to be. - shown by Holy Trinity picture
Look up rule of 3
Masaccio, Tribute to money. Florence Italy ca. 1427
Fresco
Peter shown 3 times in the same scene
Building added to add perspective
Masaccio, Expulsion of Adam and Eve from Eden. Florence Italy ca. 1424-1427
Full sized, fully nude as they were expelled
Adam does not cover himself: not afraid to be seen nude
Adam covers his eyes since too ashamed to be seen
Profound gender difference
Eve expresses a shame at being seen.
Painters of the Quattrocento were religious painters.
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Format of midterm is online Next Wednesday starting at 12:45 Midterm Study powerpoint posted by noon tomorrow Know media and date, do not need to know where it is right now Everything specified in review powerpoint 11:59 pm, Feb 4 is when new assignment is due now Became a thing to make a portrait of your eye and give or recieve to ones lover Eye medallions: eye portraits Concept of cognitive style: the manor in which you think, the ways in which you were educated to think about certain subjects Pictorial style: way in which pictures are structured and made Gerhard Richter, famous contemporary German artist: stripes Different eras have different period eyes Edgerton: Every human being has experienced the parallel convergence of lines on the distant horizon into a vanishing pointgm Baptistery is next to cathedral I once was what now you are and what I am, you shall yet to be. shown by Holy Trinity picture Look up rule of 3 Masaccio, Tribute to money. Florence Italy ca. 1427 Fresco Peter shown 3 times in the same scene Building added to add perspective Masaccio, Expulsion of Adam and Eve from Eden. Florence Italy ca. 14241427 Full sized, fully nude as they were expelled Adam does not cover himself: not afraid to be seen nude Adam covers his eyes since too ashamed to be seen Profound gender difference Eve expresses a shame at being seen. Painters of the Quattrocento were religious painters.
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