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Case Study 1 Notes for Visual Art: Prehistoric - Ancient Roman

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Notes on different eras of art, based on class and the "Caves to Canvas' texbook. Includes artworks, artists, world, audience, key features, and a glossary. Case Study 1 includes: Prehistoric/Neolithic, Ancient Mesopotamia, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece (Archaic, Classical, Hellenistic), and Ancient Roman.

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Case Study 1 Notes for Visual Art: Prehistoric - Ancient Roman
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Visual arts Culture Cultural studies Ancient Greek sculpture Ancient Greece Sculpture Contrapposto Hellenistic period Civilization Ancient Greek temple Nude Assurnasirpal
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Visual arts Culture Cultural studies Ancient Greek sculpture Ancient Greece Sculpture Contrapposto Hellenistic period Civilization Ancient Greek temple Nude Assurnasirpal
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and Neolithic people. rock surfaces. of the tribe such as These communities The work was • Subjects were keenly observed, and a shaman. were hunters and intended as a fertility drawn from nature with an attempt to gathers and used motif- to bring on a convey the spirit or character of the simple technologies good hunt. It is also animal tools and weapons believed that the • Pigments were charcoal, soot and made from stone, creating of the low coloured ochre (claystone or red earth bone, wood, ...
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