you should be able to come up with a 1 page of information that shows that you researched the topic using the suggested questions associated with your chosen methodology or methodologies.
Historical Survey: Art selected from a certain time and place for its significance in history. (attached down )
(Old/New) Historicism: Works selected as representative of making a significant cultural contribution based on historical criteria, theories of art, aesthetics, etc.
1. Gather together other catalogs, books, articles, art criticism or other specialist writings that are related to the themes of commemoration, heritage and the value of continuing traditions.
2. Take note of how the works in your exhibition continue a previous tradition or traditions as well as what they add to those traditions, how they revise our understandings of those traditions, etc.
3. The works selected for your exhibition should highlight those elements which are considered to be key symbols, themes, or concerns even if they include a uniquely contemporary twist.
4. Include a healthy mix of major and minor works by a healthy cross-section of artists and don’t make a historical survey too narrow in its selections or content.
The pottery of ancient Greece
Artist: Niobid Painter
Titles: Niobid Krater
Date: 470 to 450 BC
Medium and Size: Ceramic vase / 55cm
I choose this image because it’s one of the famous forms of pottery in ancient Greek. Also, it depicts a rare story in Greek art. It is uncertain what is being depicted on side A as none of the figures is labeled so there are several hypotheses around that.
Date: 540-530 BC
Medium and Size: Ceramic Height: 12.3 cm (4 13/16 in.)
this is considered one of the finest and most significant potter. It has two images outside and inside and a lot of suggestion for the interior image. Also, it shows numerous technical innovations.
Medium and Size: Ceramic H. 160cm
this is one of the large Ancient Greek painted vase. The outer surface of the amphora bears horizontal bands of painted decoration in the Late Geometric style. Apparently, these vessels have a funerary use, perhaps as ossuaries.
Artist: painter 20
Medium and Size: Terracotta 16.6×17.3×13 cm
Mycenaean pottery considered one of the influencer on classical Greece. Mycenaean wares typically display stylized representations of marine and plant life. he precise function of this jug is uncertain, the strainer spout suggests that it was designed for a liquid requiring filtering,
Titles:black-figure amphora (detail showing Ajax and Achilles playing a game
Date: c. 540-530 BCE.
Medium and Size: Ceramic Height: 55.5 cm; diameter: 34 cm
this is decorated on both sides but in different painting techniques.One side has a scene depicted in the Red Figure style, and the other side shows the same scene in the Black Figure style. A lot of suggestion of why the artist depicted these heroes in this way. He also used the combined diagonals of their spears and their gaze to focus on the game board.
Artist:Attributed to MalibuPainter
Date: 625 B.C.
Medium and Size: Terracotta 32.8 × 17 cm
A combination of floral and animal designs arranged in four registers decorates the body of this Corinthian black-figure olpe, or pitcher.the style was strongly influenced by the art of the ancient Near East.