1. Egyptian tomb art
was from 5000 BC to 300 AD this is a painting, a relief sculpture. The purpose is history and religious. The images say to us that these were highly skilled artists with keen powers of observation. All Egyptian reliefs were painted, and less prestigious works in tombs, temples and palaces were just painted on a flat surface
2. Egyptian relief sculpture
sculpture is an Egyptian sculpture in middle kingdom time period. It had a historic purpose because it shows their gods in the picture and has hieroglyphics. I know it had gods on there because Egyptians painted their gods larger than the regular people.
3. Bust of Queen Nefertiti
a bust and is from 1360bc in the 18th dynasty and is Egyptian art. It is also painted limestone and its purpose is historic to honor their queen. Nefertiti has become one of the most famous women from the ancient world as well as an icon of female beauty.
4. Egyptian jewelry
was from the start to the end of the Egyptian time period and was a arts and craft media. It has an aesthetic purpose because it is for pleasure and fun. It is important because it would show importance and wealth.
5. King tut funeral mask
mask was made in the period known as the new kingdom from Egypt and was a painted bust to cover king tut's face in his tomb. The purpose of this mask is utilitarian because it was used to preserve the pharaoh's body for the afterlife.
6. The pyramids at Giza
Giza were made from about 2530-2470 bc and were an architecture structure with an utilitarian purpose. It was useful because they were used for the tombs of ancient Egyptian pharaohs.
7. The Parthenon
was made from 448-432 bc for a religious purpose and had a architectural media. It's important because it is the central building of the Athenian Acropolis for the Greeks.
Greek column orders
orders were used throughout their civilization for architecture/sculpture purposes. The purposes of them were utilitarian to support structures. There are 3 kinds of columns which are Doric, Corinthian, and ionic
9. Archaic Greek Statues
was from 600bc of a standing, nude, ideal athlete of their time. It is from Greece and copied from the Egyptians by having a nude, standing man with his left foot forward. It has an aesthetic purpose for the ideal athlete or the god Apollo.
10. Kritios boy
was created by Greeks in about 480bc as a model to the later classical sculptures of athletes. It is a sculpture and is considered the first beautiful nude in art and actually stands on its own. Its purpose is religious ad aesthetics.
11. King Laocoon and his sons
dates from the first half of the first century AD. It is a sculpture made in marble. The purpose of it is aesthetic. Laocoon, the priest of Apollo, and his two sons are locked in the coils of two serpents, on the steps of an altar.
12. Nike of Samothrace
Samothrace was a sculpture made about 190 bc in Greece for religious purposes. This sculpture is a symbol of a winged victory and her wings are spread wide as she lands on the prowl of a ship.
13. The black figured Greek vase
vase was made in 530 bc and has a utilitarian purpose. It is a painting on a vase, the vase would have been used for the oil of sacred olive groves in Attica and would have been awarded as a prize to somebody in the Panathenatic games.
14. The Red figured Greek Vase
Vase was made in 530 B.C. - 3rd century B.C, paint on pottery. Religious and storytelling, which tells us stories of Greek life and Greek religion
15. The Colosseum
was a Greek architectural masterpiece with a Unitarian purpose of holding up to 50 thousand Romans. In terms of planning, engineering, and organization, it is ranked one of the most astonishing in antiquity.
16. The Pantheon
16. was made in 118-125 AD in Rome. It has a religious purpose to honor the gods in this architectural building. The dome inside is an exact hemisphere and the only light inside is from a round opening in the center of the dome.
17. The statue of Constantine
made in 330 AD, is a sculpture of Constantine the great who at one point had it in his basilica. It is said to be made in the Christian period with a aesthetic purpose. Its eys are fixed on a spot above our head and are overly large.
18. The Bronze statue of Marcus Aurelius
is the only statue/sculpture of a mounted man on a horse to survive its time. It was made from 161-180 AD with an aesthetic purpose.
19. The portrait bust of a Roman Man
was made in the first century and is a bust. It is an aesthetic piece of artwork and it was believed that prestige came as a result of age, experience, and competition among equals within the established political system.
20. Pompeii fresco from villa of the mysteries
mysteries was made in 79 A.D, the walls are decorated with fine paintings of women and Dionysus it is considered religious but the woman is consoled by a woman identified as a nurse.