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ART HISTORY I
LECTURE 25: Portraiture from Greece to Rome

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



below: Timeline of ancient Rome (click on image for larger viewing):



below: Funerary portrait, painted mummy case, from Fayoum, Egypt, lifesize, Roman period.
(Ny Carlsberg Glyptothek, Copenhagen):




below left and right: Portrait of Pericles, attributed to Kresilas, mable, copy, c. 19" h, c. 425 B.C.
(British Museum, London):




below: Anakreon Borghese, marble, copy, 6.2' h, c. 440 B.C. (Ny Carlsberg Glyptothek, Copenhagen):



below: Portrait of Aristotle, marble, copy, c. 11.3" h, late 4th cent. B.C. (Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna):



below: Dresden Alexander, marble, copy, c. 15.2" h, c. 330 B.C. (Albertinum, Dresden):



below: Portrait of Demosthenes, attributed to Polyeuktos, marble, copy, c. 6.6' h, c. 280 B.C.
(Ny Carlsberg Glyptothek, Copenhagen):



below: Portrait of Chrysippos, marble, copy, c. 3.9' h, late 3rd cent. B.C. (Louvre, Paris):



below: Portrait Head from Delos, cast bronze, 12.75" h, c. 80 B.C. (National Museum, Athens):



below: Death mask of Lorenzo de Medici, plaster, lifesize, 1492. (Warehouse of the Galleries, Florence):



below: Roman Patrician with Busts of his Ancestors (a.k.a. The Barberini Statue), marble, lifesize, c. 30 B.C. (Capitoline Museums, Rome):



below: Portrait of a Roman, marble, lifesize, c. 80 B.C. (Palazzo Torlonia, Rome):



below: Portrait bust of Brutus (?) (a.k.a. The Capitoline Brutus), cast bronze, over lifesize,
mid to late Republican period, c. 4th - 1st cent. B.C.(?) (Capitoline Museums, Rome):




below: The Pugilist (The Boxer), marble, 17.5" h, early Empire period, early 1st cent. A.D.
(British Museum, London):



below: Portrait of the Emperor Marcus Aurelius Antoninus (Caracalla), marble, 14.25" h, c. 217-230 A.D. (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York):



below: Portrait of Seneca, marble, size: NA, c. 1st cent. A.D. (Uffizi, Florence):



below: Portrait of a Roman, clay, size: NA, date: NA. (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston):



below: Prima Porta Augustus, marble, c. 6.8' h, early 1st cent. A.D. (Vatican Museums, Rome):



below: The Doryphorus (Spear Bearer), a.k.a. The Kanon, by Polyclitus, Roman copy in marble, c. 6.9' h,
c. 450-440 B.C. (National Museum, Naples):




below: Portrait Statue of the Emperor Trebonianus Gallus, cast bronze, c. 7.9' h, late Empire period,
c. 251-253 A.D. (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York):




below: Portrait Statue of the Emperor Claudius as the god Jupiter, from Lanuvium, marble, c. 8.3' h,
c. 42-43 A.D. (Vatican Museums, Rome):




below: Portrait bust of the Emperor Commodus as the god Hercules, marble, just under 4' h, c. 180-192 A.D. (Palazzo dei Conservatori, Capitoline Museums, Rome)



below: Portrait statue group of the Emperor Hadrian and his wife Sabina as the god Mars and goddess Venus, marble, lifesize (?), 2nd cent. A.D. (Louvre, Paris):



below: Portrait of Marciana, marble, 12.25" h, Hadrianic period, c. 117-138 A.D.
(Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York):




below: Drawing demo showing the Roman formula for the up-turned eye:



below: Portrait of a Maiden, marble, c. 10.2" h, early Severan period, c. 193-200 A.D.
(Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York):




below: Portrait of a Roman, size: NA, late Empire period, c. 230 A.D. (Ny Carlsberg Glyptothek, Copenhagen):



below: Constantine the Great, marble fragment from the colossus, fragment: c. 8' h, late Empire period,
early 4th cent. A.D. (Palazzo dei Conservatori, Capitoline Museums, Rome):




below top: Constantine the Great colossus fragments, marble, late Empire period, early 4th cent. A.D. (Palazzo dei Conservatori, Capitoline Musems, Rome):



below: Portrait of an Emperor, from Athribis, Egypt, porphyry, just over lifesize, late Empire period,
3rd-4th cent. A.D. (Cairo Museum):




below: Portrait of Pericles, attributed to Kresilas, mable, copy, c. 19" h, c. 425 B.C.
(British Museum, London):




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