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A slideshow connected to a lecture of Roman and Etruscan Art available at Art History Teaching Resources (http://arthistoryteachingresources.org/), written by Christina McCollum.

AHTR Roman and Etruscan Art

  1. 1. Ancient Roman & Etruscan Art
  2. 2. Map of Italy showing key sites (Source)
  3. 3. Ancient Etruscan Art
  4. 4. Apollo, from Veii, Italy, c. 510–500 BCE, painted terracotta, 5’11”. (Source).
  5. 5. Model of an Etruscan temple, c. sixth century BCE, as described by Vitruvius, Istituto di Etruscologia e di Antichità Italiche, Università di Roma, Rome. (Source)
  6. 6. Sarcophagus with Reclining Couple, Cerveteri, Italy, 520 BCE. (Source) Cerveteri Necropolis, Italy, ninth–third centuries BCE. (Source)
  7. 7. Ancient Rome • 753 BCE Founding of Rome • 509 BCE Period of kings comes to and end; Rome becomes a Republic • 275 BCE Rome controls all of the Italian Peninsula • 150 BCE Rome controls Greece • 31 BCE Rome controls Gaul and Egypt • 27 BCE Imperial Period begins with Augustus • 313 CE Emperor Constantine ends the persecution of Christians • 330 CE Constantine moves the capital of the Roman Empire to Constantinople (Byzantium), initiating the Byzantine Era
  8. 8. Roman Expansion in the Republican Period. Red = original area of Rome.
  9. 9. Roman Empire c. 117 CE (Source)
  10. 10. Realism and Portraiture
  11. 11. Aulus Metellus, c. 100 BCE, bronze, 5’11”. (Source) Detail of inscription on toga (Source)
  12. 12. (Source)
  13. 13. Pompey the Great, copy of a sculpture originally made c. 50 BCE, marble (Source)
  14. 14. Augustus of Primaporta, 63 BCE–14 CE, marble, Vatican Museum, Rome. (Source)
  15. 15. Polykleitos, Doryphoros, Roman copy of Greek original. (Source) Augustus of Primaporta, 63 BCE–14 CE, marble, Vatican Museum, Rome. (Source)
  16. 16. Aulus MetellusAugustus of Primaporta, 63 BCE–14 CE, marble, Vatican Museum, Rome. (Source)
  17. 17. View of Garden at the Villa Livia, Primaporta, c. 20 BCE, fresco. (Source)
  18. 18. View of Garden at the Villa Livia, Primaporta, c. 20 BCE, fresco.
  19. 19. View of Garden at the Villa Livia, Primaporta, c. 20 BCE, fresco (with details). -verism in painting -atmospheric perspective: stronger lines and darker colors emphasize objects in the foreground
  20. 20. Interior from the Villa of Publius Fannius Synistor, Boscoreale, c. 50-40 BCE, fresco, height 11'2”. (Source) -attempted linear perspective -trompe l’oeil (“fool the eye”) painted architecture
  21. 21. Details from Interior of Villa of Publius Fannius
  22. 22. Architecture
  23. 23. Civic Building Projects Pont du Gard, Nimes, France, first century CE, height 161'. (Source)
  24. 24. Diagram of Roman arch construction Arch construction, Texas, 1933 (Source)
  25. 25. Pantheon, Rome, c. 120–124. (Source)
  26. 26. Pantheon, Rome, c. 120–124. (Source) Floor plan, cutaway view, and frontal/profile sketches of the Pantheon. (Source)
  27. 27. Interior views of the Pantheon. (Source)
  28. 28. sold at auction in 2007 for $1,049,000 Thomas Struth, Pergamon III, 2001, photographic print. (Source) Thomas Struth, Pantheon, 1990, photographic print. (Source)
  29. 29. Arch of Titus, Rome, c. 79-81 CE. (Source)
  30. 30. (detail) “The Siege of Jerusalem”. (Source) Interior view of the Arch of Titus.
  31. 31. Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Arch, Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn, NY, 1889-92. (Source )
  32. 32. Source Fragments of the Colossus of Constantine, c. 312 CE, marble, Palatine Museum, Rome. (Source)
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A slideshow connected to a lecture of Roman and Etruscan Art available at Art History Teaching Resources (http://arthistoryteachingresources.org/), written by Christina McCollum.

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