Archaic Age & Dark Age Greek Art

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Archaic Age & Dark Age Greek Art by Mind Map: Archaic Age & Dark Age Greek Art

1. types of ceramics

1.1. hydria

1.2. lekythos

1.3. krater

1.4. oenochoe

1.5. kylix

1.6. amphore

2. 6 characteristics of Greek vase painting

2.1. horror vaccui

2.2. rigid division

2.3. geometric shapes

2.4. three horozontal lines separating each change of decoration

2.5. important scene placed between handles to draw viewer's focus in

2.6. people and animals are done using geometric shapes

3. what were the "dark ages?"

3.1. no architecture

3.1.1. no time

3.1.2. no money

3.1.3. too much war

3.2. from 1200-800 BCE

3.3. ceramics

3.3.1. because they have a purpose

3.4. no frescos

3.5. sculptures were small, crude bronze

4. transition between ages

4.1. dypylon vase

4.1.1. 750 BCE

4.1.2. more complex

4.1.2.1. more time, technology, money

4.1.3. people start to be portreyed

5. Exekias

5.1. black-figure amphora

5.2. portreyed ajax and achilles

5.3. 530-540 BCE

5.4. no issue of horror vacui

6. Andokides

6.1. bilinguil painting (one side black figure and one side red figure)

6.2. portreyed ajax and achilles in bilinguil style

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