153. Chavín de Huántar. North highlands, Peru. Chavín. 900–200 B.C.E. Rock (architectural complex)


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153. Chavín de Huántar. North highlands, Peru. Chavín. 900–200 B.C.E., granite (Lanzón and sculpture)


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153. Chavín de Huántar. Northern highlands, Peru. Chavín. 900–200 B.C.E. Lanzón Stela, Chavín de Huántar, Peru. Chavín culture, c. 900 B.C.E. Granite, elevation 15’.

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153. Chavín de Huántar. Northern highlands, Peru. Chavín. 900–200 B.C.E. -Nose ornament. Cut and also hammered gold, in its entirety height 1 ¼” x broad 3 ¾”. Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio.


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155. Yaxchilán. Chiapas, Mexico. Maya. 725 C.E. Limestone (architectural complex). -Lintel 25, framework 23, Lady Xoc, ca. 725 C.E. Limestone, 3’7” x 2’ 6 ½”. Brother Museum, London, England


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155. Yaxchilán. Chiapas, Mexico. Maya. 725 C.E. Limestone (architectural complex). -Lintel 25, structure 23, Lady Xoc, ca. 725 C.E. Limestone, 3’7” x 2’ 6 ½”. Brothers Museum, London, England


155. Yaxchilán. Chiapas, Mexico. Maya. 725 C.E. Limestone (architectural complex). -Lintel 25, framework 23, Lady Xoc, ca. 725 C.E. Limestone, 3’7” x 2’ 6 ½”. British Museum, London, England


CONTENT: What carry out you see?

FORM: The details (what you see much more exactly). How the artist it is intended the content.

CONTEXT: whatever NOT observable.

FUNCTION: The intended objective of the work.


(From earlier Prehistoric unit):

3. Camelid sacrum in the form of a canine

10. Tlatilco woman figurine

Chavin:

153. Chavin de Huantar

-Lanzon Stela

- relief sculpture

- nose ornament

Mayan:

155. Yaxchilan

- Lintel 25, structure 23

- framework 33

Teotihaucan - City the Teotihaucan

- Pyramid the the Sun

- Pyramid the the Moon

- temple of the Feathered Serpent

Aztec:

157. Templo mayor (main temple)

- The Coyolxauhqui Stone

- Calendar Stone

- Olmec-style mask158. Motecuhzoma II - Ruler's feather

headdress

Inka:159. City the Cuscoplan

- bent Inka wall

- wall surfaces at Saqsa Waman

160. Maize cob161. City the Machu Picchu

- observatory

- Intihuatana Stone

162. All-T'oqapu tunic

North America:

Southwest:

154. Mesa Verde cliff dwellings

166. Black-on-black ceramic vessel

Eastern Woodlands:156. Great Serpent Mound

163. Bandolier Bag

Plains:

165. Painted Elk Hide

Northwest Coastal:

164. Revolution Mask


Major Civilizations

Olmec (1200-400 BCE) Mexico

Teotihuacan (1 BCE- 800 CE) near Mexico City

Mayan (300-900 CE)Belize, Gautemala, Honduras, Yucatan

Nazca (200-600 CE) coastal Peru

Moche (1-700 CE) seaside Peru

Anasazi (550-1400 CE) American Southwest

Mississippian (800-1500 CE) Eastern unified States

Aztecs (1400-1521) main Mexico

Inca (1400-1521) Peru (no writing however a retained a record system,khipu)

NW coast Native American (18th c- present) Pacific NW


BIG IDEA 1: artist manipulate materials and ideas to create an aesthetic object, act, or event. 1. What is art and also how is it made?

materials (Environment/Geography)

arts making approaches

Why make art? (Function)

BIG IDEA 2: art making is shaped by tradition and change.

1. Why and how does art change?

2. What features/changes of a tradition do girlfriend see?

3. Why was the art influential?

BIG IDEA 3: Interpretations of art space variable.

1. Exactly how do we describe our thinking about art?

What space the formal qualities and also content that the art?

What is the context of the art? (context = differing interpretations)

What characteristics of a work can we attribute to various other works of art? What are thesimilarities and differences?


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