Art History UWO 1040 1

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Art History UWO 1040 1
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    • Painted ceiling, Catacomb of Saints Peter and Marcellinus,
    • Rome, Italy,
    • Early fourth century.
    • (The Good Shepherd, the story of Jonah, and orants,)
    • Saint Michael the Archangel,
    • early sixth century.
    • Ivory
    • Justinian, Bishop Maximianus, and attendants, mosaic from the north wall of the apse, San Vitale,
    • Ravenna, Italy,
    • Byzantine: ca. 547.
  1. Purse cover, from the Sutton Hoo ship burial, Early Medieval Europe: ca. 625, gold/glass/enamel cloisonné (garnets and emeralds)
    • Equestrian portrait of Charlemagne or Charles the Bald,
    • Cardingian: ninth century.
    • Bronze.
    • Interior of the Palatine Chapel of Charlemagne,
    • Aachen, Germany,
    • Cardingian:792–805.
    • Column with reliefs illustrating the life of Christ, commissioned by Bishop Bernward for Saint Michael’s, Hildesheim,
    • Germany,  
    • Early Medieval: 1015–1022.
    • Bronze.
    • Interior of Sant’Ambrogio,
    • Romanesque
    • Milan, Italy
    • Interior of Durham Cathedral, England
    • Romanesque
    • South portal of Saint-Pierre,
    • Moissac, France,
    • Romanesque: ca. 1115–1135.
    • Marble.  
    • The vision of Hildegard of Bingen, detail of a facsimile of a lost folio in the Scivias
    • Hildegard of Bingen,
    • Romanesque: ca. 1050–1079
    • The vision of Hildegard of Bingen, detail of a facsimile of a lost folio in the Scivias
    • Hildegard of Bingen,
    • Romanesque: ca. 1050–1079
    • Interior of Laon Cathedral (view facing northeast),
    • Laon, France
    • Gothic

    • What characteristics of this nave wall relate to Gothic traditions?
    •      – Pointed arch
    •      – Triforium
    •      – Ribbed vaults
    •      – Lancet windows
    • Rose window and lancets, north transept, Chartres Cathedral,
    • Chartres, France,
    • Gothic Europe: ca. 1220.
    • Stained glass.

    • How does this image relate to monarchical patronage?
    •      – Fluer-de-lis
    •      – Castles
    •      – Old Testament Kings
    • West facade of Reims Cathedral,
    • Reims, France,
    • Gothic Europe: ca. 1225–1290.

    • How is this façade typical of Gothic portals?      
    •       – 3 part division 
    •       – Rose windows in portals
    •       – Deep porches with extended archivolts
    • Interior of the upper chapel,
    • Sainte-Chapelle,
    • Paris, France,
    • Gothic Europe: 1243–1248.  

    • How is this chapel typical of Gothic architecture?
    •      – Vertical elevation
    •      – Stain glass windows

    • • How does this image relate to the divine sovereignty claimed by the king?
    •      – Ancestry
    •      – Houses holy relics
    • Virgin and Child (Virgin of Paris),
    • Notre-Dame, Paris, France,
    • Gothic Art

    • • How is this work typical of Gothic sculpture?
    •      – Elegant princess
    •      – S-Curve

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