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Art Through the Ages Timeline

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Venus of Willendorf Art Through the Ages Timeline During this time period, humans would carve stones, paint on the walls of caves. Gradually potter came into existence.
Culture’s great reverence for women’s ability to bear children.
Meant as a symbol of feminine power, abundance, fertility.
Attractive figure or religious idol. Roman Art Roman art refers to visual arts made in Ancient Rome and in the territories of the Roman Empire. Roman art includes architecture, painting, sculpture, and mosaic work.
Augustus of Prima Porta
Original was made in bronze around 20 BC.
Replica was made out of marble around
(AD 14 – AD 37) during the first years of
Tiberius' reign as emperor. English Renaissance Theatre 800 AC- 200 AD What did Greek art express? Above all, it symbolized humanism - the glorification of man as the most important creature in the universe.
Greek art reflects Greek humanism—a belief that 'Man is the measure of all things.'
Best-known monuments are stone temples, statues of human figures, and painted vases.
Stands as a wonderful example of human achievement to the world of today.
Found the human body in general to be a beautiful thing. Baroque Dance Baroque dance is a theatrical and social dancing of the European upper classes from around 1650–1760.

Have you heard the terms minuet, sarabande, gigue (or jig), bourée, rigaudon, gavotte, courante, chaconne or passacaille mentioned in the context of music. These dances are all examples of baroque dances.

The social dances do not seem to have lasted long. The theatrical dance would eventually evolve into classical ballet, but its baroque period might be said to have ended in the 1760's. Modern Dance 1600's - Present Modern dance has continued to grow and develop over the past 100 years.
Centers on a dancer's own interpretations instead of structured steps, as in traditional ballet dancing. A modern dancer rejects the classical ballet stance of an upright, erect body, often opting instead for deliberate falls to the floor. Emphasizes the importance of alignment and efficient use of the body.

The focus on expression and letting your emotions drive your movements was key to modern dance. What is Modern Dance? Influence/Importance Augustus of Prima Porta Discovered on April 20, 1863
(Villa Livia, Prima Porta, Rome) 1567-1642 Notable playwrights: - William Shakespeare
- Christopher Marlowe
- Ben Jonson Art Through The Ages Timeline

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(2010, July 23). [Video file]. Retrieved from YouTube.com website: Prehistoric Era
10,000 BC-1000BC Medieval Music Formed during the Middle Ages, between the Fall of the Roman Empire and the end of the Fifteenth Century.
Can be divided into Two Categories: Sacred and Secular.
Sacred: Written to set the Bible to music that would make it sound more heavenly and pay homage to God.
Secular: Composed soley for the entertainment value. Greek Art Represented a Separation in Society
Sacred: Performers were formally trained musicians, usually Rich
Secular: Performers were not formally trained musicians, usually poor
Separation still exist today in Music between the formally trained and untrained
Example: A properly trained classical musician, or a Rock
and Roll musician with no formal training. Impact on Music Today: Lutes gave rise to Guitars and all that fall in the Category





Vielle gave rise to Violins, Violas, Cellos etc:





Wooden Flutes, all still used today Instruments paved the way to modern Instruments: Also known as early modern English theatre.
Theatre of England, largely based in London.
Acting companies operated on a repertory system.
Most plays were rarely acted two days in a row or twice a week. Companies included only males.
Female parts were added under the reign of Charles II, but were played by adolescent boys.
Open to anyone who could pay to attend.
Genres:
-History
-Tragedy
-Comedy
-Pastoral
Puritan Movement believed theatre promoted immortality.
Theatres were closed on September 2, 1642.
Reopened in 1660 during the Restoration era.
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