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Romanesque Art and Architecture
The Pisa Complex
Gothic Art and Architecture
Pisa Baptistry Pulpit
Fourteenth-Century Art in Europe (1300-1400)
Arena Chapel (Four Parts)
Piazza Pubblico, Siena
15th Century Northern European Art
"Man with Red Turban" - Jan van Eyck
Van Eyck, Portrait of Giovanni Arnolfini and his Wife, 1434
Common Craft by BT Art History Students
Textbook for Class
All Summer assignments are due on the first day of class.
Some Images for Chapter 1
Websites for Chapter 3
Websites for Chapter 4
Websites for Chapter 5
Links for Key Images Chapter 5
Chapter 6 Etruscan and Roman Art and Architecture
Chapter 7 Early Christian and Jewish Art
Study Guide Questions:
Name two important women associated with Byzantine history and culture. Describe their contributions to Byzantine history and culture.
The Hagia Sophia is known for its large dome, but the Cathedral of San Marco consists of 5 smaller domes. What do you think is the advantage of each?
Name two ways in which the addition of transcepts to the basilica were very useful.
Explain the differences in how the Jewish religion sees icons differently than the Early Eastern Christian religion.
What are 'galleries' in a Byzantine Church, and why were they created?
Select any two churches or cathedrals in this section. Compare and Contrast the two.
What happened in Constantinople in 1453, and how did this affect the Eastern Byzantine Empire?
Chapter 15 pdf notes as of Nov. 5
Chapter 16 an 17 Review
Chapter 18 ppt Review
Symbolism in Art
[Link]Surrealism on Youtube