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Roman Art

ROME!
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Andrew Dart

on 9 October 2013

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Transcript of Roman Art

ROMAN ART
Early Rome:
The Republic to an Empire
Temple of Jupiter Optimus Maximus. c. 509 BCE.
Porticus Aemilia, Rome. 2nd C. BCE.
Theater Complex of Pompey, Rome. 55 BCE.
SCULPTURE
Architecture
Statue Base of Marcus Antonius. Early 1st C. BCE. Marble.
"Greece, having been conquered, conquered her wild conquerer, and brought the arts into rustic Latium."
-Horace, poet
Brutus. Early 3rd C. BCE. Bronze, slightly over life-size.
PORTRAITURE
Veristic male portrait. Early 1st C. BCE. Marble, life size.
Pompey. Copy of a portrait from 50 BCE.
Togate male portrait with busts. Late 1st C. BCE. Marble, Life-size.
Funerary relief of the Gessii. c. 50 BCE. Marble. 25x80"
The Early Empire
Augustus of Primaporta. Possibly a Roman copy of a statue of 20 CE. Marble. 6'8"h.
Equestrian Statue of Marcus Aurelius. 161-180 CE. Bronze, over life-size.
Ara Pacis Augustae (west facade). 13-9 BCE. Marble, 35' w.
Arch of Titus, Rome. c. 81 CE. Marble.
Column of Trajan, Rome. 106-113 CE. Marble, 125'h.
Forum of Augustus, Rome. 2 BCE.
Forum of Trajan, Rome. Restored view.
Architecture
Colosseum, Rome. 72-80 CE.
Pantheon, Rome. 117-125 CE.
Atrium of the House of the Vettii. Pompeii, 2nd c. BCE - 1st c. CE.
FIRST
SECOND STYLE WALL PAINTINGS
SECOND STYLE WALL PAINTINGS
THIRD
FOURTH STYLE WALL PAINTINGS
THE LATE EMPIRE
Portrait of Philip the Arab. 244-249 CE. Marble, life-size.
Portrait group of the Tetrarchs. ca. 305 CE. 51"h.
Portrait of Constantine the Great. 4th c. CE. Marble, 8'h.
Meleager Sarcophagus. ca. 180 CE. Marble.
Arch of Constantine. 312-315 CE
Baths of Caracalla, Rome. 211 CE.
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