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ART HISTORY I
LECTURE 15: Semester Review and
Greek Art to the Dawn of the Classical Age


IMAGES:
(for individual student reference viewing only)

below: map of ancient Greece (click on image for larger viewing):



below: timeline of ancient Greece (click on image for larger viewing):



below: Detail from neck of amphora (Odysseus blinding Polyphemus), from Athens, painted vase, c. 16" h,
c. 675-650 B.C. (Eleusis Museum):



below: The Françoise Vase, Athenian black-figure volute-crater, painting by Kleitias, vessel: c. 26" h,
c. 570 B.C. (Florence Museum):



below: Athenian black-figure amphora, clay, painted by Exekias, vessel: c. 24" h, c. 540-530 B.C.
(Vatican Museum, Rome)
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below: Detail from Athenian black-figure amphora, clay, painted by Exekias, vessel: c. 24" h, c. 540-530 B.C. (Vatican Museum, Rome):



below: Athenian bilingual amphora, black-figure side, clay, painted by "The Andokides Painter," vessel h: NA, c. 525 B.C. (Antikenmuseum, Munich):



below: Athenian bilingual amphora, red-figure side, clay, painted by "The Andokides Painter," vessel h: NA,
c. 525 B.C. (Antikenmuseum, Munich):




below: Attic red-figure calyx-krater, clay, painted by Euphronios, vessel: 18" h, c. 515-510 B.C.
(Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York):



below: Detail from Attic red-figure calyx-krater, clay, painted by Euphronios, vessel: 18" h, c. 515-510 B.C. (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York):



below: Interior of red-figure cylix, clay, vessel by Phindias, vessel dia: NA, c. 520-490 B.C.
(National Museum, Athens):




below: Athenian youths training, relief panel from base of the Kouros from the cemetary of Kerameikos, painted marble, c. 12.5" H, c. 510 B.C. (National Museum, Athens):



below: Youths playing, relief panel from seated statue base, marble, c. 10.5" h, c. 500 B.C.
(National Museum, Athens):




below: Athenian youths relaxing, relief panel from base of the Kouros from the cemetary of Kerameikos, painted marble, c. 12.5" h, c. 510 B.C. (National Museum, Athens):



below: Herakles and the Kerkopes, high relief metope, from Temple C. Selinus, Sicily, limestone, c.58" h,
c. 550-540 B.C. (National Museum, Palermo):



below: Giant from pediment of Athena Temple, Acropolis, stone, h: over life-size, c. 520 B.C.
(Acropolis Museum, Athens):






below: Male torso from Acropolis, (Theseus), marble, half-life-size, c. 510 B.C. (Acropolis Museum, Athens):


below: Fallen warrior from the west pediment, Temple of Aphaia on Aegina, stone, c. 18.5" h, c. 500-490 B.C. (Glyptothek, Munich)



below: Diagram of pediments of Temple of Aphaia on Aegina, c. 500-480 B.C.:



below: Fallen warrior from the east pediment, Temple of Aphaia on Aegina, stone, c. 25" h, c. 490-480 B.C. (Glyptothek, Munich)



below left:The Kritian Boy, by Kritios, marble, c. 34" h, c. 490-480 B.C. (Acropolis Museum, Athens)
below right: Drawing showing "S" curve of contrapposto pose:



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