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ART HISTORY I
LECTURE 27: Highlights of the Course

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below: diagram of Grazing Reindeer, Thayngen Cave, Swiss-Rhine region, showing front legs based on live observation & back legs based on carcass study, incised reindeer antler, 5" long, Upper Paleolithic:



below: reclining female nude, cave wall engraving, La Magdelaine Cave, France, c. 15,000-10,000 B.C.:



below: same engraving from above with overtracing in black line and outlining of missing forms in red line:



below: Gilgamesh Motif cylinder seal impression, Akkadian period, miniature, c. 2,500-2,350 B.C.
(British Museum, London):




below: Funerary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, Deir el-Bahari (Bahri), Egypt, (Dynasty XVIII, New Kingdom),
c. 1,480 B.C.:



below: Portrait bust of Queen Nefertiti, from studio of Thutmose, Amarna, Egypt, painted limestone, 19" h, (Dynasty XVIII, New Kingdom), c. 1,348-1,335 B.C. (Museum of Art, Egyptian Museum, Berlin):



below: Servant Girl, wood, c. 5" h, (Dynasty XVIII, New Kingdom), c. 1,350 B.C.,
(Durham University Oriental Museum):




below: The Toreador Fresco, (The Bull Grapplers), wall painting or fresco, Palace of Knossos, Crete,
c. 24.5" h, c. 1,500 B.C. (Herakleion Archeological Museum, Crete):




below: Pireaus Apollo, cast bronze, c. 6.3' h, c. 530-520 B.C. (National Museum, Athens):



below: Apollo from west pediment of The Temple of Zeus, Olympia, marble, over-life-size, c. 471-456.
(Olympia Museum)




below: Zeus of Artemisium, by Kalamis (?), cast bronze, c. 6.8' h, c. 460-450 B.C.
(National Museum, Athens):




below: The Discus Thrower, by Myron, Roman copy in marble, c. 5' h, c. 450 B.C. (Terme Museum, Rome):



below: View from the Sanctuary of Poseidon, Cape Sounium:



below: The Acropolis of Athens:



below: West frieze slab VIII, Horseman, Phidia overseer, plaster cast from marble original, c. 40" h,
c. 447-432 B.C. (cast: Oxford, original: British Museum, London):




below: South metope 27, Phidias overseer, marble, c. 47" h, c. 447-432 B.C. (British Museum, London):



below: Illissos from the west pediment of the Parthenon, Phidias overseer, marble, over life-size,
c. 447-432 B.C. (British Museum, London):



below: Drawing demo of the Parthenon Illissos showing "architectonic" geometric structure:



below: Aphrodite of Cyrene (Venus Anadyomene), copy, marble, just under life-size, c. 1st cent. B.C.
(Terme Museum, Rome):



below left: Aphrodite of Cyrene (Venus Anadyomene), copy, marble, just under life-size,
c. 1st cent. B.C. (Terme Museum, Rome):
below right: Aphrodite of Knidos (Cnidus), copy from original by Praxiteles, marble, c. 6.7' h,
c. mid-to-late 4th c. B.C. (Vatican Museums, Rome):




below: The stele of Demokleides, marble, c. 30" h, c. early 4th c. B.C. (National Museum, Athens):



below: Winged Victory (Nike of Samothrace), attributed to Pythokritos, marble, 8' h, c. 200-190 B.C.
(Louvre, Paris):




below: Winged Victory (Nike of Samothrace), attributed to Pythokritos, marble, 8' h, c. 200-190 B.C.
(Louvre, Paris):




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