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18 terms
Art/Architecture of European History
Expulsion of Adam and Eve (1427)
David (1430)
The Annunciation (1440)
Birth of Venus (1486)
By: Masaccio // done in the Middle Ages on perspective
By: Donatello // done in Middle Ages, inspired by Greco/Roman…
By: Lippi // done in Middle Ages on perspective, painting of…
By: Botticelli // painted on wood, unrelated to Catholicism,…
Expulsion of Adam and Eve (1427)
By: Masaccio // done in the Middle Ages on perspective
David (1430)
By: Donatello // done in Middle Ages, inspired by Greco/Roman…
17 terms
European Art and Architecture
Eiffel Tower, Paris, France
The Colosseum, Rome, Italy
Big Ben, London, England
Leaning Tower of Pisa, Pisa, Italy
Perhaps the most famous structure in the world, and the icon…
An elliptical amphitheater in the center of the city of Rome,…
Officially called Elizabeth Tower, ___ ______ is the nickname…
A bell tower known worldwide for its unintended tilt to one s…
Eiffel Tower, Paris, France
Perhaps the most famous structure in the world, and the icon…
The Colosseum, Rome, Italy
An elliptical amphitheater in the center of the city of Rome,…
27 terms
European Art&Architecture Review
Greek and Hellenistic
Roman
Romanesque
Gothic
334-60 BCE, new exotic influence on Greek art blended with Eg…
753 BCE- 476 CE, classicism borrowed from Greek culture, Fres…
1000-1250 CE, architecture heavily influenced by Roman/Byzant…
1150-1400 CE, adhered to religious conventions, richness of t…
Greek and Hellenistic
334-60 BCE, new exotic influence on Greek art blended with Eg…
Roman
753 BCE- 476 CE, classicism borrowed from Greek culture, Fres…
14 terms
European art and architecture!
romanticism
realism
impressionalism
post impressionalism
Artists made a major break with the tradition of neoclassicis…
Cynical confrontation with romantic flights of fancy and the…
Represented a new enthusiasm for the reaction of the artist t…
Style marked a move beyond impressionism. Emphasized the real…
romanticism
Artists made a major break with the tradition of neoclassicis…
realism
Cynical confrontation with romantic flights of fancy and the…
51 terms
Art History Art + Architecture
Hagia Sophia (Byzantine, 532-537 AD)
Hagia Sophia Cont.
San Vitale (Byzantine, 547 AD)
Christ Enthroned (San Vitale, Byzantin…
•Architects... •Anthemius of Tralles... •Isidorus of Miletus... •532…
•Naos in the center (greek word)... •Two half domes extend the c…
•547 AD... •Ravenna, Italy... •Martyrium... •In honor of St. Vitalis…
•Mosaic... •Christ is flanked by angels... •St. Vitalis and Bishop…
Hagia Sophia (Byzantine, 532-537 AD)
•Architects... •Anthemius of Tralles... •Isidorus of Miletus... •532…
Hagia Sophia Cont.
•Naos in the center (greek word)... •Two half domes extend the c…
36 terms
Western Art History Architecture
Ambulatory
Apse
Archivolt
Articulation
a place for walking, especially an aisle around the apse or a…
a semicircular recess covered with a hemispherical vault or s…
an ornamental molding or band following the curve on the unde…
In highly articulated works, each part is defined precisely a…
Ambulatory
a place for walking, especially an aisle around the apse or a…
Apse
a semicircular recess covered with a hemispherical vault or s…
10 terms
Post Classical European Art and Architecture
characteristics of muslim architecture
alhambra in granada, spain (function?…
romanesque (years? settings? floor pla…
gothic (years? settings? floor plan? a…
• rounded arches... • water = life... • arabesque -> geometric desi…
• palace & fortress; palace of charles v (holy roman emperor)…
1000 - 1200... open settings... basilica... rounded arches - barrel va…
1200 - 1500... urban settings... cruciform... pointed arches - ribbed…
characteristics of muslim architecture
• rounded arches... • water = life... • arabesque -> geometric desi…
alhambra in granada, spain (function?…
• palace & fortress; palace of charles v (holy roman emperor)…
71 terms
ap art history architecture
ambulatory
apse
arcade
atrium
a passageway around the apse or altar of a church
the endpoint of a church where the altar is located
a series of arches supported by columns
a courtyard in a Roman house or forum
ambulatory
a passageway around the apse or altar of a church
apse
the endpoint of a church where the altar is located
53 terms
AP Art History - Architecture
Abacus
Acropolis
Ambulatory
Aisle
A slab forming the top of the capital of a column.
The citadel or fortress of an ancient Greek city, typically b…
The passage around the apse in a basilica church or around th…
A lateral division in a church flanking the nave or chancel
Abacus
A slab forming the top of the capital of a column.
Acropolis
The citadel or fortress of an ancient Greek city, typically b…
56 terms
Art History Architecture Terms
mastaba
serdab
stylobate
stereobate
Egyptian tomb rectangular in shape w/ sloping sides and a fla…
chamber found in the mastabas that housed the ka statues
top step of the crepidoma, the stepped platform that building…
all other steps beside the top of the crepidoma
mastaba
Egyptian tomb rectangular in shape w/ sloping sides and a fla…
serdab
chamber found in the mastabas that housed the ka statues
23 terms
Art History Architecture
pediment
metope
triglyph
frieze
the triangular upper part of the front of a building in class…
panel between the triglyphs in a Doric frieze, often sculpted…
a triple projecting, grooved member of a Doric frieze that al…
ornamental horizontal band on a wall
pediment
the triangular upper part of the front of a building in class…
metope
panel between the triglyphs in a Doric frieze, often sculpted…
20 terms
Art History I Architecture
Orders
Reconstruction and plan of Etruscan te…
temple of portunas
plan of a Roman home
likeEtruscan but one cella and colums are engadged
Orders
Reconstruction and plan of Etruscan te…
AP Art History Architecture
Temple of Aphaia at Aegina... Early Class…
Temple of Hera at Paestum, Italy... Archa…
Parthenon (Iktinos and Kallikrates)... Hi…
Propylaia (Mnesikles)... High Classical…
Temple of Aphaia at Aegina... Early Class…
Temple of Hera at Paestum, Italy... Archa…
23 terms
Architecture art History Midterm
Skara Brae
Stonehenge
Ur
Djoser Stepped Pyramid and Complex
Orkney Islands, Scotland, drywall masonry, c. 3000 BCE
England, monolithic stones, c. 3000-1500 BCE
Mesopotamia, Ziggurat and city, mudbricks, c. 2040-2000 BCE
Saqqara, Egypt, ashlar masonry, 2600- 2500 BCE
Skara Brae
Orkney Islands, Scotland, drywall masonry, c. 3000 BCE
Stonehenge
England, monolithic stones, c. 3000-1500 BCE
24 terms
Art History Architecture
Stonehenge... England... 3000-1500 bc
Newgrange... Ireland ... 3100 bc
Ziggurat ... Ur (Ancient Near East)... 2000 bc
Saqqara, Tomb Complex of Zoser... Egypt 3…
Stonehenge... England... 3000-1500 bc
Newgrange... Ireland ... 3100 bc
61 terms
AP European History art
pre-renaissance art
renaissance art
Masaccio, renaissance
Leonardo Da Vinci, renaissance
no perspective or attention to detail... unrealistic... gold leaf... r…
emphasis on proportion and perspective... effort to look 3D and…
Tribute Money ... (not the real painting, but realize that his i…
Mona Lisa
pre-renaissance art
no perspective or attention to detail... unrealistic... gold leaf... r…
renaissance art
emphasis on proportion and perspective... effort to look 3D and…
37 terms
Art History: Architecture
Pyramids were primarily built for what?
Name the three theories of how Pyramid…
What's the meaning of "Acropolis"?
The Parthenon is what type of architec…
Tombs for Egyptian Kings.
Aliens helped, a ramp was used, the Block Tackle method was a…
Top of the hill.
Classic Greek architecture.
Pyramids were primarily built for what?
Tombs for Egyptian Kings.
Name the three theories of how Pyramid…
Aliens helped, a ramp was used, the Block Tackle method was a…
77 terms
GREEK ART HISTORY AND ARCHITECTURE
GREEKS
KOUROS
KORE
HELLENIC PERIOD
KNOWN FOR THEIR CONSTRUCTION BASEDO N RULES OF FORMS AND PROP…
MALE STATUE, A FAVORITE SUBJECT IN THE GREEK ERA
ARCHAIC STATUES OF STANDING WOMEN
ANCIENT GREEK HISTORY, CULTURAL ART, BEFORE THE TIME OF ALEXA…
GREEKS
KNOWN FOR THEIR CONSTRUCTION BASEDO N RULES OF FORMS AND PROP…
KOUROS
MALE STATUE, A FAVORITE SUBJECT IN THE GREEK ERA
AP Art History Roman Architecture
Trajan's Forum
Column of Trajan
Colosseum (Flavian Amphitheater)
Pantheon
Time: 112 CE... Location: Rome, Italy... Details: center of city, B…
Time: 112 CE... Location: Rome, Italy... Materials: Marble... Details:…
Time: 70-80 CE... Location: Rome, Italy... Materials: concrete... Deta…
Time: 120 CE... Location: Rome, Italy... Materials: pumice, tufa, b…
Trajan's Forum
Time: 112 CE... Location: Rome, Italy... Details: center of city, B…
Column of Trajan
Time: 112 CE... Location: Rome, Italy... Materials: Marble... Details:…
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Art History Architecture Glossary
apse
aisle
transept
nave
A vaulted extension or projection, usually from a choir or ch…
Open area of a church parallel to the nave and separated from…
A rectangular area which cuts across the main axis of a basil…
The central longitudinal space of a basilican church. It is u…
apse
A vaulted extension or projection, usually from a choir or ch…
aisle
Open area of a church parallel to the nave and separated from…
16 terms
AP ART HISTORY ARCHITECTURE
Metope/Triglyph
Frieze
Fluting
Entablature
the square area, often decorated with relief sculpture betwee…
an architectural ornament consisting of a horizontal sculptur…
a series of shallow concave grooves, vertical on the shaft of…
The upper section of a classical building, resting on the col…
Metope/Triglyph
the square area, often decorated with relief sculpture betwee…
Frieze
an architectural ornament consisting of a horizontal sculptur…
50 terms
art history architecture vocab
aisle
ambulatory
apse
arcade
a lateral division in a church flanking the nave or chancel
a passageway around the apse or altar of a church
the endpoint of a church where the altar is located
a series of arches supported by columns
aisle
a lateral division in a church flanking the nave or chancel
ambulatory
a passageway around the apse or altar of a church
20 terms
ARCHITECTURE VOCABULARY ART HISTORY
The Parthenon
The Propylaia
The Erechtheion
the Temple of Athena Nike
432 BCE
432 BCE
432 BCE
432 BCE
The Parthenon
432 BCE
The Propylaia
432 BCE
146 terms
Art History 297C: History of Architecture
Vitruvius Ideas of Architecture
Mezhirich Village
Mammoth Bone House
Polyvalent Structure
Must have utilities, limits, venustas/utility, solidity, beauty
Ukraine, ca 16,000 to 10,000 BCE
Made of mammoth bones and animal skin, dome structure, hearth…
Multiple purposes
Vitruvius Ideas of Architecture
Must have utilities, limits, venustas/utility, solidity, beauty
Mezhirich Village
Ukraine, ca 16,000 to 10,000 BCE
28 terms
Art History 202 Architecture
Apse
Nave
Transept
Narthex
In relation to church architecture it is generally the name g…
the central part of a church building, intended to accommodat…
A transept (with two semitransepts) is a transverse section,…
The narthex is an architectural element typical of early Chri…
Apse
In relation to church architecture it is generally the name g…
Nave
the central part of a church building, intended to accommodat…
History of Art/Architecture midterm egypt
pharaoh
papyrus
register
ka
a ruler in ancient Egypt
Egyptian paper
...
a god
pharaoh
a ruler in ancient Egypt
papyrus
Egyptian paper
Art History Roman Architecture
Temple of Portunus
The Colosseum
The Pantheon
Pont du Gard
Columns connected to the roof and walls. ... Psudoperipheral.
100 CE
"The all god place"... 126 CE... The Occulus: Hole in roof for natu…
Aqueduct... Nimes, France... 1st century
Temple of Portunus
Columns connected to the roof and walls. ... Psudoperipheral.
The Colosseum
100 CE
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Art History Architecture
Dome of Florence Cathedral
Centering
de Medici
David & Goliath
- largest masonry dome of Santa Maria del Fiore... - Filippo Bru…
wooden framework underneath stone is pulled out
Cosimo & Lorenzo; family that supported the arts (wealthy pat…
Goliath or Goliath of Gath was a giant Philistine warrior def…
Dome of Florence Cathedral
- largest masonry dome of Santa Maria del Fiore... - Filippo Bru…
Centering
wooden framework underneath stone is pulled out
53 terms
Art History Architecture Glossary
basilica
apse
aisle
transept
A vaulted extension or projection, usually from a choir or ch…
Open area of a church parallel to the nave and separated from…
A rectangular area which cuts across the main axis of a basil…
basilica
apse
A vaulted extension or projection, usually from a choir or ch…
Art History Architecture Vocab
barrel or tunnel vault
flying buttress
rib vault
clerestory
a roof constructed with arches. When an arch is extended in s…
a stone arch and its pier that support a roof from a pillar o…
a vault in which diagonal arches form rib-like patterns; thes…
the third, or window, story of a church; also, a roof that ri…
barrel or tunnel vault
a roof constructed with arches. When an arch is extended in s…
flying buttress
a stone arch and its pier that support a roof from a pillar o…
27 terms
Art History: Ancient Architecture
The Great Wall of China
Stretches across 15 provinces of China
Started: 230 BCE... Addition: 1474 AD
Created to prevent invasions from barb…
Title?
Location?
Date?
Purpose?
The Great Wall of China
Title?
Stretches across 15 provinces of China
Location?
30 terms
History of Art and Architecture
Nanna Ziggurat; Ur, Mesopotamia; Sumer…
Stepped Pyramid of Djoser; Saqqara, Eg…
Funerary temple of Queen Hatshepsut; D…
Parthenon; Athens, Greece; temple to A…
Nanna Ziggurat; Ur, Mesopotamia; Sumer…
Stepped Pyramid of Djoser; Saqqara, Eg…
289 terms
Art/Architecture History
Woman of Willendorf
Spotted Horse and Human Hands
Palette of King Narmer
Step Pyramid and Funerary Complex of K…
27,000 BCE; limestone; sculpture of overweight/pregnant woman…
16,000 BCE (horses); 15,000 BCE (hands); Dordogne, France; de…
3,000 BCE; Hierakonpolis, Egypt; large ceremonial device used…
2,670 BCE; Saqqara, Egypt; by Imhotep; slowly layered mastaba…
Woman of Willendorf
27,000 BCE; limestone; sculpture of overweight/pregnant woman…
Spotted Horse and Human Hands
16,000 BCE (horses); 15,000 BCE (hands); Dordogne, France; de…
11 terms
History Art and Architecture:
Metropolitan Kouros:... Early 6th c. BCE
Polykleitos... The Doryphoros (Spear Bear…
Caryatids... Erechtheion... Athens... Akropolis
Dipylon ... Geometric... A funeral... Painting…
Name the statue:... Tell it's date:
Name the sculptor:... Name the statue:... Name the pose the figure…
Name the type of statue:... Name the temple on which it is found…
This is a detail from what Krater?... What style of wase paintin…
Metropolitan Kouros:... Early 6th c. BCE
Name the statue:... Tell it's date:
Polykleitos... The Doryphoros (Spear Bear…
Name the sculptor:... Name the statue:... Name the pose the figure…
36 terms
Western Art History Architecture
Ambulatory
Apse
Archivolt
Articulation
a place for walking, especially an aisle around the apse or a…
a semicircular recess covered with a hemispherical vault or s…
an ornamental molding or band following the curve on the unde…
In highly articulated works, each part is defined precisely a…
Ambulatory
a place for walking, especially an aisle around the apse or a…
Apse
a semicircular recess covered with a hemispherical vault or s…
27 terms
Art History Architecture/Crafts
Cross section
Elevation
Load Bearing
Post and Lintel
Slice through building
From front, side, rear, in scale showing all walls and openin…
Each piece holds the weight (The Load) of everything on top o…
Two uprights support horizontal crosspiece. One of the oldest…
Cross section
Slice through building
Elevation
From front, side, rear, in scale showing all walls and openin…
28 terms
AP art history architecture
Lakshmana temple, Khajuraho, India, re…
Angkor Wat, Siem Reap, Cambodia; sands…
Great Stupa
Borobudur Temple, Central Java, Indone…
Lakshmana temple, Khajuraho, India, re…
Angkor Wat, Siem Reap, Cambodia; sands…
Art History: Roman Architecture
What are the two orders added?
What is a mosiac?
What does the byzantine style do?
Examples of byzatine style - Hagia Sop…
Roman Tuscan, Roman Composite
a decorative wall or floor covering created by placing small…
Use mosaics and columns to tell stories
...
What are the two orders added?
Roman Tuscan, Roman Composite
What is a mosiac?
a decorative wall or floor covering created by placing small…
17 terms
British History of Architecture and Art
The Parlour from 11 Henrietta Street,…
Neo-Palladianism
Colin Campbell
Andrea Palladio's Four Books of Archit…
Colen Campbell, Lord Burlington, William Kent
Vitruvius Britannicus, 1731 (I think the images are correct)
???? idk
The Parlour from 11 Henrietta Street,…
Neo-Palladianism
Colen Campbell, Lord Burlington, William Kent
Art History: Romanesque Art and Architecture
Church of Sainte-Foy in Conques, France
The Last Judgment Tympanum in Conques,…
Reliquary of Sainte-Foy in Conques, Fr…
St. Sernin in Toulouse, France
Church of Sainte-Foy in Conques, France
The Last Judgment Tympanum in Conques,…
HISTORY OF WESTERN ART AND ARCHITECTURE
Art
Architecture
Decorative arts
Practical
An aesthetically pleasing and meaningful arrangement of eleme…
The science or profession of designing and constructing build…
Any of the arts pertaining to or referring to the following:p…
Seeks to establish what was built, when, by whom and for whom.
Art
An aesthetically pleasing and meaningful arrangement of eleme…
Architecture
The science or profession of designing and constructing build…
History - Art & Architecture - Final
Angkor Wat in Cambodia
Gothic style architecture
The Great Wall of China
"David" by Michelangelo
means Hindu "temple city"... built by Khmer monarch... indicated tr…
pointed arches, flying buttresses and stained glass... appeared…
conceived by Emperor Qin Shi Huang (Qin Dynasty)... many constru…
located in Florence... Renaissance period... statue is 14ft tall... di…
Angkor Wat in Cambodia
means Hindu "temple city"... built by Khmer monarch... indicated tr…
Gothic style architecture
pointed arches, flying buttresses and stained glass... appeared…
23 terms
Medieval Architecture in Art History
Abbey Church of Saint Michael, Hildesh…
Abbey Church of Saint Riquier, Monaste…
Palace Chapel of Charlemagne (Palatine…
Abbey of Cluny, France
1000-1030
799
793-805
1088-1130
Abbey Church of Saint Michael, Hildesh…
1000-1030
Abbey Church of Saint Riquier, Monaste…
799
68 terms
History of western art and architecture
Art
Architecture
Decorative Arts
Practical
an easthetically pleasing and meaningful arrangement of eleme…
the science of designing and constructing buildings or other…
any of the arts pertaining to painting,sculpture,glass/glassw…
Historical Style ... seeks to establish what was built,when,by…
Art
an easthetically pleasing and meaningful arrangement of eleme…
Architecture
the science of designing and constructing buildings or other…
Art History - Byzantine Art and Architecture
San Vitale... Ravenna ... 526-547 CE
Court of Justinian... San Vitale, Ravenna…
Court of Theodora... San Vitale, Ravenna…
Hagia Sophia (by Anthemius and isodori…
Byzantine church in italy, 8 sided basillica with a dome. Sta…
9x12ft gold and glass mosaic located to the right of the alte…
found to the left of the alter. Empress, wife of Justinian. l…
"Holy Wisdom". A Domed Basillica, original palace and church…
San Vitale... Ravenna ... 526-547 CE
Byzantine church in italy, 8 sided basillica with a dome. Sta…
Court of Justinian... San Vitale, Ravenna…
9x12ft gold and glass mosaic located to the right of the alte…
67 terms
Art History Architecture Final
Art Nouveau + Early Modernism
The Victorian Interior
Art Nouveau (Cont'd)
Tassel House
popular 1890-1910 (19th C.)... -Art Nouveau Arch: free thinkers…
Cluttered!... -exemplified Victorian arch. environment as a form…
1892-3... Brussels, Belgium... ---Tassel House (Hotel Tassel) -> Gr…
-Stylistic unity... -No historical reference- light, airy, eliti…
Art Nouveau + Early Modernism
popular 1890-1910 (19th C.)... -Art Nouveau Arch: free thinkers…
The Victorian Interior
Cluttered!... -exemplified Victorian arch. environment as a form…
8 terms
AP Art History Medieval Architecture
Palatine Chapel of Charlemagne
Abbey Church of Saint Michael
Church of Sainte-Foy
Sant Ambrogio
800 CE, Aachen, Germany
1000 CE, Hildesheim, Germany
1050 CE, Conques, France
12th century CE, Milan, Italy
Palatine Chapel of Charlemagne
800 CE, Aachen, Germany
Abbey Church of Saint Michael
1000 CE, Hildesheim, Germany
56 terms
AP Art History Architecture Vocab
Buttress
Cella
Ziggurat
Axis Mundi
A projecting support built against an external wall, usually…
The chamber at the center of an ancient temple; in a classica…
massive pyramidal stepped tower made of mudbricks. It is asso…
believed to connect the heavens and the earth and regarded as…
Buttress
A projecting support built against an external wall, usually…
Cella
The chamber at the center of an ancient temple; in a classica…
Art History Architecture
Cave
Monolith
Dolmen
Post and Lintel
Cave
Monolith
22 terms
AP Art History: Architecture Terms
Pediment
Frieze
Column
Order
Triangle formed beneath sloping roof
Formerly the joints on which the flat roof was laid
a post
the type of decorative capital on a column
Pediment
Triangle formed beneath sloping roof
Frieze
Formerly the joints on which the flat roof was laid
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