Hagia Sophia as a mosque , , 53. Gold and jade crown , , 197. Self-Portrait, Elisabeth Louise Vigée-LeBrun , , 106. Bahram Gur Fights the Karg, folio from the Great Il-Khanid Shahnama , , 190. Portrait of Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz. Is meant for the afterlife.
Earthwork: mud, precipitated salt crystals, rocks, and water coil. Summer Trees, Song Su-nam , , 228. La Grande Odalisque, Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres , , , 108. Burlap, resin, wood, nails, string. The Tête à Tête, from Marriage a la Mode, William Hogarth , , 99. They depicted one of the twelve labors of Hercules.
Petra, Jordan: Treasury and Great Temple a. This same list can be found same content, different site. There are a number of web sources that offer images plus identifying information to help you study for the test. White and Red Plum Blossoms, Ogata Korin , , , , 211. Palace of Westminster Houses of Parliament , Charles Barry, A. He exclaimed that anything could be covered in fur and she got inspiration because they were drinking tea together. The Crossing, Bill Viola , , 240.
Venus of Urbino, Titian , , 81. Great Pyramids of Giza , , a. E Stone masonry, marble, brick, wood, and ceramic tile. Calendar stone , , c. Stone masonry, sandstone on dome.
Cut paper and projection on wall. This speaks to a significant change in the world in recent years—access to travel and information mean that geography is less of a consideration in the contemporary art world. Memorial Sheet of Karl Liebknecht, Käthe Kollwitz , , 135. Although the figures are at rest, they convey far more animation than the stiff, formal Egyptian tomb sculptures. Scores on free-response questions are weighted and carefully assessed.
The Tête à Tête , from Marriage à la Mode. All-T'oqapu Tunic , , 163. What kind of feedback have you received about your answers from friends or teachers? Synthetic polymer paint on canvas. Basalt Earliest law code ever written and enforced by ruler, used Akkadian language Sun God Shamash enthroned is handing Hammurabi a rope, ring, and rod symbolizing divine right to rule Shamash shown with both frontal and profile view Hammurabi has greeting gesture, figures stare at each other despite shoulders being frontal 300 laws below narrative as these were the laws given to Hammurabi to enforce Temple of Amun Re Near Luxor Egypt, New Kingdom 1550 C. Improvisation 28 second version , Vasily Kandinsky , , 133. David, Donatello , , , 70. The dome's summit is the same distance from the floor as the diameter of the dome: 142 feet.
Concrete with stone facing Commisioned by Hadrian Temple used to worship all Roman gods Colonnaded porch with corinthian columns, monoliths as they are one whole piece not cut like the Greeks, imported from Egypt Facade has two pediments Square panels on the floor along with the square coffering contrast against the roundness of the wall Dome with coffering Width exactly the same as height as if two spheres came together to construct the building, symbolizes the two spheres of life, earth and heaven where the gods lived Walls very thick to support the weight of the dome Open, uninterrupted space Oculus allows from light to come in, acts as a sundial as a circle of light moved across the structure throughout the day Inside has seven niches housing statues of gods with corinthian columns in between them Possibly the most influential structure in history Interior View as well Ludovisi Battle Sarcophagus Late Imperial Rome 250 C. Volcanic tuff gures on basalt base. Olympia, Édouard Manet , , 116. Cut rock with plaster and polychrome paint. The shape is a kylix Function: A wine glass Context: Shows an Ancient Greece boat with Dionysus, the god of wine, in it. Santa Sabina , , , 50.
Bahram Gur Fights the Karg , folio from the Great Il-Khanid Shahnama. Surrounding wall of the Forbidden City characteristic of a Chinese city: privacy within provides protection: containg ment part of chinese culture. Peter in the lead Paradise on lower left portrayed as heavenly Jerusalem In left triangle, arches of Conques Abbey with dangling chaines Sainte Foy interceded for those enslaved by Muslims in Spain, she appears keeling before a giant hand of Christ Right lower level, devil presides over a chaotic tangle of tortured condemned sinners Church of Sainte Foy Conques, France, Romanesque, 1050-1130, stone Church built along the pilgrimage site to the Santiago de Compostela Church built to handle large number of people coming to view the relics housed there, has wide transept, large ambulatory and many radiating chapels Massive heavy unornamented interior walls No clerestory as barrel vaults were too heavy and required too much butressing so no room, but light provided by windows over side aisles and galleries Barrel vaults fill the nave, reinforced by various transverse arches Cross like ground plan Reliquary of Saint Foy 9th century C. Paul Getty Museum, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Museum of Modern Art, and Tate. Consider taking along a book or magazine if you expect to arrive significantly early—we suggest something light and fun.
Big Idea 1 Artists manipulate materials and ideas to create an aesthetic object, act or event. Illuminated Manuscript Written by Eadrith, bishop of Lindisfarne Unusual because it was done by one person instead of a group of people Written in Latin, English added in 970, oldest surviving manuscript of the bible in English Latin- half-uncial English- Anglo-Saxon miniscule 130 calf skins used to make it Colophon at end tells who created it and how it was created St. Y no hai remedio And There's Nothing to Be Done , from Los Desastres de la Guerra The Disasters of War , plate 15, Francesco de Goya , , 107. Trade Gifts for Trading Land with White People , Jaune Quick-to-See Smith , , 234. Stone masonry and marble with inlay of precious and semiprecious stones; gardens. Understanding these content areas is essential for test preparation.
You only need to write as much as you need to follow it and plan out your essay response. Each work has links to videos, images, and essays and we regularly add and update material. Context: worked within the context of existing archaeological knowledge. Brick, marble, fresco, and stucco. The second Korai from the western section was removed by Lord Elgin in 1801 and is today located in the British Museum. You can think of a three as somewhere between a B- and a C. Cut stone and fresco Common domestic architecture of a home 2 brothers owned the house and made their money as merchants Large reception area, the atrium with impluvium to catch water, cubicula surround radiate around the atrium Peristyle garden in rear with fountain and statues, was the private area of the home Exterior lacks windows, and light came in through the atrium and garden Plan, Atrium, Frescoes!!! Plaque of the Ergastines , , b.