R=Robins, Art of Ancient Egyptian; P= Pedley, Greek Art; R= Ramage & Ramage, Roman Art

January 11 – January 17
“Talking about an object/ talking about art”   

"Introduction to Egypt and its Art"       


Formal analysis
.R ch. 1& 2

January 18 – January 24

“Egypt, Egyptians and the Art of Egypt”

“World of the Living Dead”


Stylistic analysis

R. Ch 3&4

 

January 25 – January 31

“The word becomes stone, the stones become life”

“The radiant glory of the old”



Iconography/Iconology Study

R Ch. 5-7

February 8 – February 14

“The warmth of the Sun-Disk”

“The long shadow”


Provenance/Patronage Study
R 8&9

R 10&11

February 15 – February 21

“Starting over: Greece, Greeks and Greek Art”

“Ok, well not exactly starting over”           


Formal analysis

P. ch. 1&2

P ch. 3

February 22 – February 28

“Tyrants, patrons and “Greek” Art

Test
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P ch. 4&5

March 1 – March 7
Spring Break


Stylistic analysis
P ch. 6

March 8 – March 14

“Democrats, barbarians and the creation of a “Greek” art”

“The Classical becomes other, the other becomes Classical”          


Iconography/Iconology Study

P ch. 7-8

March 15 – March 21

“The object becomes art in context…”

“The art becomes object in context…”


Provenance/Patronage Study
P ch. 9

P ch. 10

March 22- March 28

Greek Art from Beginging to End

Paper idea

 

Have the Pedley read

March 29 – April 4
Test
       "The beginnings of 'Roman Art'"
Paper thesis/ images RR ch. 1 & 2

April 5 – April 11


EASTER

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April 12 – April18
'The art of Empire I”

Paper draft or outline

RR ch 3-5

April 19- April 25

"The art of Empire II"

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RR ch 6-8

April 26 and April 29

“High Empire”

  “The death of the center”

Reinvention

“Transformation”



Paper

RR ch 9-12

May 4
FINAL EXAM - 6PM   ..
SCHEDULE