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Art History ( in 15 minutes)

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Kaitlin Bolton

on 26 April 2016

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Transcript of Art History ( in 15 minutes)

1. Prehistoric Art Dates from the Paleolithic era through the Stone, Bronze, and Iron Ages. Includes cultures such as the Neolithic, Mayan, Mesopotamian, Greek, Egyptian, and Chinese.

2. Art from this period is found on every continent but Antarctica.

3. From the very beginning of Art history, people made art for religion as well as recording what they experienced ( hunting, childbirth, natural disasters etc.)



Art History ( in 15 minutes)
Modern Art
The Beginnings: Prehistoric
Ancient

Greek Art is the foundation of Western Art. The Romans copied it and we still copy it today!
As civilizations began to spread, trade, and conquer. They learned from and were inspired by the art of other cultures
Art began to become a commodity of the rich
Students learned the trade from a master in a apprenticeship


The Renaissance
14th-17th centuries( late 1300's- early 1600's)

"The Renaissance's intellectual basis was its own invented version of humanism, derived from the rediscovery of classical Greek philosophy,
"Man is the measure of all things."

During this period of time, life was greatly improved. With inventions in art, literature, politics and science.

Conclusion
1. Humans have sought to make a mark and to create from the very beginning of civilization... even before we were "civilized" we made art.

2. Throughout art's history there were centuries of rules and restraints on art.

3. Modern art sought to break all rules and previous ideas about "what is art"

Modern Art : Broke all the rules!

After all if art is our imagination why are there rules to begin with?


They asked questions like:
What is Art?
Is the concept or the aesthetic(beauty) more important?
Does art serve a function or is just for the sake of art?

Islamic Art
Islamic Art: 600 BC onward.

Known for Mosques, glass, calligraphy, and pottery.

While Europe was experiencing the middle ages, the Islamic world was in its golden age from the 8th to the 13th century. It was ruled by caliphates


Eastern Art
Eastern Art Parallels Western Art with similar developments, but many times centuries in advance.

Bhudaism had a huge effect on art just as christianity did in the west, and islam in the middle east and africa.

Typical Artistic traditions in the east include: painting, sculpture, fine pottery, fabric painting, and printmaking

Middle Age Art
The period after the fall of Rome until the Renaissance is referred to as the Middle Ages. The time of knights, castles, and constant wars. Empires did not last long during this time.

Art for the purpose of teaching religion became major during this time.


Medieval Art includes: Vikings, Early Christian Art, Byzantine, Gothic, and Anglo Saxon



Ancient Art is Art from the cultures of: Greece, Rome, Persia, Egypt, China, India, and Mesopotamia. 3,000 BC- 500 AD
Today we are in the Post Modern/ contemporary art movement.

Art that includes installation art, conceptual art, and multimedia.
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