PAINTINGS FROM DIFFERENT PERIODS ANCIENT, CLASSICAL AND MEDIEVAL PERIOD MAPEH ART GRADE 9 quarter 1 (complete)

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LUCENA CITY NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOLLUCENA CITY NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOLMAPEH GRADE 9 K-12 QUARTER 1WESTERN CLASSICAL ART TRADITIONS-PAINTINGS FROM EARLY PERIODSPRE-HISTORIC ERAIncludes all human existence before the emergence of writing. Their work of art is of interest not only to the art historians but also to archeologists and anthropologists, for whom the art is the only one clue-along with fossils, pollens and other archeological discoveries that lead to an understanding of early human life and culture. Neolithic toolsPAINTINGS FROM THE PRE-HISTORIC ERAPaintings during the pre-historic era were found inside caves which may have been the pre-historic peoples way of communicating with each other. It may also be for religious or ceremonial. These symbols for these people paintings may be considered more an artifact of archeological evidence than a true picture of humans first created art. Pre-historic drawings of animals were usually proportion. CAVE OF LASCAUX5,000-10,000 BC-Stone Age 1Paleolithic PaintingsSouthwestern FranceThe dominant features in the painting were large animals native in the region. It was discovered on 12th of September 1940, and was given a statutory historic monument protection. It was discovered by 18-year-old Marcel Ravidat. Ravidat returned to the scene with three friends, Jacques Marsal, Georges Agnel, and Simon Coencas, and entered the cave via a long shaft. The teenagers discovered that the cave walls were covered with depictions of animals.The Great Hall of the BullsCAVE OF LASCAUX5,000-10,000 BC-Stone Age 1Paleolithic PaintingsCAVE OF LASCAUX5,000-10,000 BC-Stone Age 1Paleolithic PaintingsSome sections have been identified inside the cave such as: The Great Hall of the Bulls The Lateral PassageThe shaft of the dead man The Chamber of EngravingThe Painted GalleryThe Chamber of FelinesThe cave complex was opened to the public in 1948.By 1955, thecarbon dioxide, heat, humidity, and other contaminants produced by 1,200 visitors per day had visibly damaged the paintings and introducedlichenon the walls. The cave was closed to the public in 1963 to preserve the art. After the cave was closed, the paintings were restored to their original state and were monitored daily. Rooms in the cave include the Hall of the Bulls, the Passageway, the Shaft, the Nave, the Apse, and the Chamber of Felines.Pre-Historic Era ArtPre-Historic Era ArtQUIZ #1An era include all human existence before the emergence of writing. __________________Who discovered the cave of Lascaux in 1940? ___________In what place Cave of Lascaux located? _______________4-6. For them art is the only one clue-along with fossils, pollens and other archeological discoveries that lead to an understanding of early human life and culture. 7-10. Paintings that named inside the Cave of Lascaux. ANSWERPRE-HISTORICMARCEL RAVIDATFRANCE4. HISTORIAN5. ARCHEOLOGISTS6. ANTHROPOLOGIST7. THE HALL OF THE BULLS8. THE LATERAL PASSAGE OR THE PASSAGEWAY9. THE SHAFT OF THE DEAD MAN10. THE PAINTED GALLERYTHE CHAMBER OF FELINESTHE CHAMBER OF ENGRAVINGSTHE APSE, THE NAVEPREPARED BY: MARCELO M. ALIVIAMAPEH GRADE 9 TEACHERLUCENA CITY NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOLLUCENA CITYEgyptian paintingsThe purpose of Egyptian Paintings is to make the deceased persons afterlife place pleasant. With this mind, themes include journey to the underworld or the presentation of the deceased to the gods of the underworld by their protective deities. It emphasizes the importance of life after death and the preservation of the knowledge of the past. Most paintings were highly stylize and symbolic, and show profile view of animals or people. The dominant colors used were red, black, blue, gold and green derived from mineral pigments that can with stand strong sunlight without fading. Egyptian murals and paintings represented their lives, religious events and mythical symbols. The mural paintings on tomb told a story and recorded history. The paintings on the walls of the tomb show the events in the life of the King here on earth and the scenes he expects to encounter in the underworld after his death. PAINTINGS FROM ANCIENT EGYPT PAINTINGS FROM ANCIENT EGYPT PAINTINGS FROM ANCIENT EGYPT PAINTINGS FROM ANCIENT EGYPT PAINTINGS FROM ANCIENT EGYPT PAINTINGS FROM ANCIENT EGYPT PAINTINGS FROM ANCIENT EGYPT PAINTINGS FROM ANCIENT EGYPT PAINTINGS FROM ANCIENT EGYPT PAINTINGS FROM ANCIENT EGYPT What can you say about the paintings of Egypt?PAINTING FROM CLASSICAL GREEK ERAPainting from the Classical Greek Era were most commonly found in vases, panels and tomb. It depicts natural figures with dynamic compositions. Most of the subjects were battle scenes, mythological figures and everyday scenes. It reveals a grasp of linear perspective and naturalist representation.Most Common Methods of Greek PaintingFRESC0- method of painting water based pigments usually on a wall surfaces.ENCAUSTIC- developed to used by Greek ship builders, who used the hot wax to fill the cracks of the ship. Soon pigments (colors) was added and used to paint a wax hull.Judgment of ParisVase paintingKerch Style-also referred to as Kerch Vases are red-figured pottery named after where it was found.Shapes commonly found are:1. Pelike wine container2. Lekanis- a low bowl with two horizontal handles and a low broad foot3. Lebes Gamikos- with high handles and lid use to carry bridal bath4. Krater bowl use for mixing wine and waterPanel paintingPitsa panel- the earliest known panel paintingTomb of the Diver The purpose of this painting is to make the deceased afterlife place pleasant. __________________A method of Greek painting water based pigments on a freshly applied plaster usually on a wall surfaces___________A method of Greek painting that developed to use by Greek ship builders, who used the hot wax to fill the cracks of the ship._______________4-7. Shapes that are commonly found in Greek Kerch Style Vase painting. 8.It also referred to Kerch vases are red-figured pottery named after the place where it was found.__________________________9-10. Two earliest known panel painting.Answer1. EGYPTIAN OR EGYPTIAN PAINTING2. FRESCO3. ENCAUSTIC 4. PELIKE5. LEKANIS6. LEBES GAMIKOS7. KRATER8. KERCH STYLE9. PITSA PANEL10. TOMB OF THE DIVERPREPARED BY: MARCELO M. ALIVIAMAPEH GRADE 9 TEACHERLUCENA CITY NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOLLUCENA CITYPaintings from the romantic eraMost of the painting from this era were copied or imitated from Hellenic Greek paintings. Fresco technique was used in brightly colored backgrounds; division of the wall into a multiple rectangular areas (tic-tac-toe design); multi-point perspective; and a tropme-l-oeil effect.Roman paintings have a wide variety of subjects, animals, everyday life, still life, mythological subjects, portraits and landscapes.The development of landscape painting is the main innovation of Roman painting from Greek painting.MOSAIC- it is a process where an image is created using an assemblage of small pieces of colored glass, stones, or other materials. This technique use for decorative art or interior decorations. HEAD OF ALEXANDERThe full image is a Roman floor mosaic in the House of Fun Pompei, dated 100 BC.The whole mosaic depicts the battle between the armies of Alexander the Great and Darius III of PersiaHEAD OF ALEXANDERFRESCO FROM THE VILLA OF MYSTERIES (Pompeii 80 BC)This fresco painting was believed to depict ceremonial rites, either marriage or an initiation of a woman in a mystery cult. BOSCOTRECASE, POMPEIIBOSCOTRECASE, POMPEIIBYZANTINE PAINTINGThe lively styles of paintings which had been invented in Greek and Rome lived on Byzantium but this time for Christians. By the 11th century, the Greek and Oriental styles seem to blend together in magnificent, imposing images, which adorned the churches in large and small forms. Theodora was an Asian Queen with dark eyes and hair with fierce expression.ROMANESQUE PAINTINGThese are largely placed mosaics on the walls of the churches that follows a strict frontal pose. It has remarkable variety of artistic traditions such as modeling and treatment of faces and draperies that follow Byzantine convention while the refreshingly decorative feelings comes from Southern French Styles. It also shows traces of MOZARABIC influence (Arabize influence) through elongated oval faces, large staring eyes and long noses, figures against flat colored bands and heavy outlining. CHRIST IN MAJESTYPainting from the Church of St. Clemente, Tahull, Lerida Spain c. 1123 Christ wears a greyish, white robe with a blue mantle. Underneath the mandorla (An Italian word for almond, in painting, it is used to describe an enclosure surrounding holy figures) is black band with white writing. Each side of the center window are three arches resting on columns of capitals in green, red and black between of figures of Virgin Mary and five saints are columns with wavy line patterns going vertically. Paintings from gothic eraPaintings have been confined in the illumination of manuscript pages and the painting of .on the walls of churches in cosmopolitan style, elegant, mannered and sophisticatedThe Lady and the Unicorn Tapestry1506-1513Subjects usually depicts popular legends and love stories, patterns like mile fleur or thousand flowers show influence which may have been due to the Crusades. THE LADY AND THE UNICORN TAPESTRYROSE WINDOW Stained Glass windows were created to transform the vast stone interiors with warm and glowing color and at the same time to instruct Christians in their faith. Rose Windows SamplesThe Shepherd David The paintings show some realistic details and shows nave naturalism.THE SHEPHERD DAVID13th Century Gothic Manuscript IllustrationINDIVIDUAL ACTIVITYTo know how much you have learned from the discussion about the paintings of the Early Age, fill in the box with the characteristics and functions that would best describe the painting in every era/period. PERIOD/ERACHARACTERISTICSFUNCTIONSANCIENT PAINTINGSPRE-HISTORICEGYPTIANSCLASSICAL PAINTINGS GreekRomanMEDIEVAL PAINTINGSByzantineRomanesqueGothicPREPARED BY: MARCELO M. ALIVIAMAPEH GRADE 9 TEACHERLUCENA CITY NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOLLUCENA CITY