AP Art History

AP Art History

Chapter 5 * Art of Ancient Greece

Slide List

Left Right
Map of Greece *
Geometric Period: Funerary Vase (Diplyon Vase),
c.750 BCE, terra-cotta, height 42"
Geometric Period: Funerary Vase (Diplyon Vase), detail: Prothesis, Chriots, and Mourners,
c.750 BCE, terra-cotta, height 42"
Orientalizing Period: Oinoche, Rhodian: Bird & animal friezes, 650-625 BCE, terra-cotta Orientalizing Period: Olpe, Corinthian: Snakes, Lions, and Panthers, c.600 BCE, ceramic w/black-figure, height 11 1/2" 650-625 BCE, terra-cotta
Archaic Period: Temple of Hera I, (from the northeast), Paestrum, Italy, c. 550 BCE, overall dimensions: 80' x 178' Archaic Period: Temple of Hera I, Paestrum, Italy, c. 550 BCE, overall dimensions: 80' x 178'
Archaic Period: Greek Peripheral Temple: typical ground plan *
Features of Temple Construction
Doric Order
Ionic Order
Corinthian Order
Features of Temple Construction
Archaic Period: Corfu Temple of Artemis, (reconstruction drawing), west facade, c. 600-580 BCE Archaic Period: Corfu Temple of Artemis: Medusa, (stone fragment), c. 600-580 BCE, height at center: 9'2"
Archaic Period: Sanctaury of Apollo Siphnian Treasury, (reconstruction drawing), c. 530-525 BCE Archaic Period: Sanctuary of Apollo Siphnian Treasury: , Antis Temple: typical plan, c. 530-525 BCE, marble,
height 26"
Archaic Period: Sanctuary of Apollo Siphnian Treasury: Leto & Children, , (east frieze, left half), c. 530-525 BCE, marble Archaic Period: Sanctuary of Apollo Siphnian Treasury: Battle Between Gods and Giants, (north frieze), c. 530-525 BCE, marble, height 26"
Archaic Period: Sanctuary of Apollo Siphnian Treasury: Lion Pulling Chariot, , (north Frieze), c. 530-525 BCE Archaic Period: Sanctuary of Apollo Siphnian Treasury: Poseidon, Athena, and Hera, (north frieze), c. 530-525 BCE, marble
Archaic Period: Temple of Aphaia,
plan, c. 490 BCE
Archaic Period: Temple of Aphaia Entrance facade, general view, c. 490 BCE
Archaic Period: Temple of Aphaia Dying Warrior, (left corner of the east pediment), c. 490 BCE, marble,
length 6'
Archaic Period: Temple of Aphaia Dying Warrior, detail(left corner of the east pediment), c. 490 BCE, marble
Archaic Period: Temple of Hera II, general view,
Paestrum, c. 460 BCE
Archaic Period: Temple of Hera II, plan, Paestrum, c. 460 BDE
Archaic Period: New York Kouros,
c. 580 BCE, marble, height 6' 4"
Archaic Period: Anavysos Kouros,
c. 520 BCE, marble, with remnants of paint, height 6' 4"
Archaic Period: Lady of Auxerre,
c. 650-625 BCE, marble, height 6' 4"
Archaic Period: Kore,
c. 570-560 BCE, marble, with remnants of red paint, height 6' 3"
Archaic Period: Peplos Kore,
c. 530 BCE, marble, height 48"
Archaic Period: Kore, from Chios,
c. 521 BCE, marble, height 21"
Archaic Period:
Calf Bearer (Moschophoros),
c. 560 BCE, marble, height 5'5"
*
Archaic Period: Ergotinos (potter) and Kleitias (painter), Volute Krater (Francois Vase), c. 570 BCE, Black-figure decoration, height 26" Archaic Period: Amasis (painter), Dionysus with Maenads, c. 540 BCE, Black-figure decoration, height of amphora 13"
Archaic Period: Exekias, The Suicide of Ajax, c. 540 BCE, Black-figure decoration, height of amphora 27" Archaic Period: Exekias, Ajax and Achilles Playing a Game, c. 540-530 BCE, Black-figure decoration
Archaic Period: Exekias, Dionysus in a Boat, c. 540 BCE, Black-figure decoration on Kylix *
Archaic Period: Androhides (potter), Ajax and Achilles Playing a Game, c. 525-520 BCE, (Black figure) Bi-lingual decoration on amphora Archaic Period: Androhides (potter), Ajax and Achilles Playing a Game, c. 525-520 BCE, (Red figure) Bi-lingual decoration on amphora
Transitional or Early Classical Period: Temple of Zeus, c. 470-456 BCE *
Transitional or Early Classical Period: Temple of Zeus, (east pediment), Olympia, c. 470-456 BCE Transitional of Early Classical Period: Temple of Zeus, Battle of Lapiths and Centaurs, (detail of central group of west pediment), Olympia, c. 470-456 BCE
Transitional or Early Classical Period: Temple of Zeus, Herakles and Atlas, (metope relief from frieze), Olympia, c. 460 BCE, height 5'3" *
Transitional or Early Classical Period: Kritios Boy, (front view), marble, c. 480 BCE, height 46" Transitional of Early Classical Period: Kritios Boy, (back view), marble, c. 480 BCE, height 46"
Transitional or Early Classical Period: Charioteer of Delphi, (front), Sanctuary of Apollo, Delphi, c. 470 BCE, bronze, height 5'11" Transitional or Early Classical Period: Charioteer of Delphi, (front), Sanctuary of Apollo, Delphi, c. 470 BCE, bronze, height 5'11"
Transitional or Early Classical Period: Warrior A, (Riace Warrior), c. 460-450 BCE, bronze w/bone and glass eyes, silver teeth, height 6'8" Transitional or Early Classical Period: Warrior A, detail of head, (Riace Warrior),
c. 460-450 BCE, bronze w/bone and glass eyes, silver teeth, height 6'8"
Classical Period: Model of the Acropolis, c.400 BCE Classical Period: Acropolis, Reconstruction drawing, c. 400 BCE
Classical Period: Mnesikles: Entrance to Acropolis, Propylaea, c.437-432 BCE Classical Period: Mnesikles: Propylaea, Elevation drawing, c.437-432 BCE
Classical Period: Mnesikles: Propylaea, facade, c. 437-432 BCE Classical Period: Mnesikles: Propylaea, Elevation drawing, c.437-432 BCE
Classical Period: Mnesikles: Erectheion, plan, c. 421-405 BCE Classical Period: Mnesikles: Erectheion, east elevation, c. 421-405 BCE
Classical Period: Mnesikles: Erectheion: Porch of the Maidens, south porch, c. 421-405 BCE Classical Period: Mnesikles: Erectheion, view from the southeast, c. 421-405 BCE
Classical Period: Kallikrates: Temple of Athena Nike, plan, c. 427-424 BCE Classical Period: Kallikrates: Temple of Athena Nike, East facade/Ionic columns and entablature, c. 427-424 BCE
Classical Period: Kallikrates and Iktinos, Acropolis: View of the Parthenon,
c. 447-432 BCE
Classical Period: View of the Acropolis
Classical Period: Kallikrates and Iktinos, Acropolis: Parthenon, Model reconstruction, c. 447-432 BCE Classical Period: Kallikrates and Iktinos, Acropolis: Parthenon, Interior: sanctuary (longitudinal drawing), c. 447-432 BCE
Classical Period: Kallikrates and Iktinos, Acropolis: Parthenon, plan, c. 447-432 BCE Classical Period: Phidias, Acropolis: Parthenon, Statue of Athena, Interior: sanctuary, c. 447-432 BCE
Classical Period: Phidias and assistants, Acropolis: Parthenon: Three Fates, East pediment, c. 447-432 BCE Classical Period: Phidias and assistants, Acropolis: Parthenon: Hestia, from East pediment, c. 447-432 BCE
Classical Period: Phidias and assistants, Acropolis: Parthenon: Three Fates, East pediment, c. 447-432 BCE Classical Period: Phidias and assistants, Acropolis: Parthenon: Demeter and Persephone, from East pediment, c. 447-432 BCE
Classical Period: Phidias and assistants, Acropolis: Parthenon: Dionysus, East pediment, c. 447-432 BCE Classical Period: Phidias and assistants, Acropolis: Parthenon: Head of Horse of Selene, from East pediment, c. 447-432 BCE
Classical Period: Phidias and assistants, Acropolis: Parthenon: Iris, East pediment, c. 447-432 BCE *
Classical Period: Phidias and assistants, Acropolis: Parthenon: Horsemen, North frieze, c. 447-432 BCE Classical Period: Phidias and assistants, Acropolis: Parthenon: Horsemen, North frieze, c. 447-432 BCE
Classical Period: Phidias and assistants, Acropolis: Parthenon: Centaur and Lapith, South metope, c. 447-432 BCE *
Classical Period: Tholos of Marmaia, general view, Delphi, c. 390 BCE *
Classical Period: Polykleitos the Younger: Epidaurus Theater, c. 350 BCE Classical Period: Polykleitos the Younger: Epidaurus Theater, plan, c. 350 BCE
Classical Period: Girl w/Doves, marble relief, c. 450 BCE Classical Period: Grave Stele of Hegeso , marble, c. 420-410 BCE
Classical Period: Polykleitos Spearbearer (Doryphorus), marble copy, c. 450 BCE Classical Period: Myron Discus Thrower (Discobolus) ,marble, c. 420-410 BCE
Late Classical Period: Lysippos The Scraper (Apoxyomenos), marble copy, c. 330 BCE *
Late Classical Period: Praxiteles, Hermes and the Infant Dionysus, marble copy, c. 325 BCE Late Classical Period: After Praxiteles, Aphrodite of Knidos, Roman marble copy, c. 340 BCE
Hellenistic Period: Pergamum, Turkey, Altar of Zeus Plan, c. 180-150 BCE Hellenistic Period: Pergamum, Turkey, Altar of Zeus, Athena and Alcyoneus, marble relief, c. 180-150 BCE
Hellenistic Period: Nike of Samothrace ("Winged Victory"), (left side) marble, c. 200-190 BCE Hellenistic Period: Nike of Samothrace ("Winged Victory") marble, c. 200-190 BCE
Hellenistic Period: Old Market Woman, marble, c. 2nd century BCE Hellenistic Period: Aphrodite of Melos (Venus de Milo), c. 150 BCE, marble, height 6/10"
Hellenistic Period: Pergamon, Dying Gaul, marble, c. 230-220 BCE Hellenistic Period: Pergamon, Gaul and His Wife marble, c. 241-197 BCE
Hellenistic Period: Hagesandros, Polydoros, and Athanadoros, Laocoon and His Sons, marble, c.80 BCE, height 8' *

return to the main APAH page