Art History, Ch 5 - Ancient Greece
"Gardner's Art Through the Ages" Thirteenth Edition. Backpack Edition. "Antiquity". Chapter 5 - Ancient Greece. (pg 85 - 141).
The first truly monumental stone statues of the Greeks followed the ________ canon.
The Persians sacked the Athenian Acropolis in ________.
The pronounced swelling at the middle of the column shaft is called ________.
The acknowledged master of the black-figure technique was ________.
________ was interested in showing human anatomy convincingly, but also showing the figure occupying space.
"Diskobolos" (Discus Thrower) was created by ________.
In 454 BCE, the ________ was transferred to Athens ostensibly for security reasons.
Kresilas was the sculptor of the portrait bust of ________.
Plutarch claimed that ________ was in charge of the entire Periclean Acropolis project.
Mnesikles was the architect of note for the ________, the monumental entrance to the Acropolis.
Temple of Athena Nike
Another Ionic building on the Athenian Acropolis is the ________, designed by Kallikrates.
Polygnotos of Thasos
The leading painter of the first half of the fifth century BCE was ________.
________ was one of the leading sculptors of the fourth century BCE.
________ was the capital of Macedonia.
The earliest instance of a/an ________on the exterior of a Greek building is the Choragic Monument of Lysikrates.
The Altar of Zeus, Pergamon, presents in mythological disguise the victory of Attalos I over the ________.
Athanadoros, Hagesandros and Polydoros are thought to be the three Rhodian sculptors who created the ________.
Statues of the aged and the ugly can be found in the ________ period.
The redefinition of portraiture was one of the great achievements of ________ artists.
________, Skopas and Lysippos made bold steps in humanizing the gods of Greek statuary in the fourth century BCE.