Dsn S 183: Lecture 11 (October 3): Kitsch, Camp, and the Double Eagle Slide Identifications. Be prepared to recognize, identify, or discuss any of these images in a future exam: 1-3. Examples of kitsch: pink flamingos, garden gnome, Hello Kitty stationery, Precious Moments figurines, painted plaster Pietà.
4. Photo of Thomas Kinkade with one of his works.
5. Thomas Kinkade. Happy Valley, c. 1990. Mass-produced lithograph copy of original oil painting. 6. Photo of Jeff Koons with one of his works.
7. Jeff Koons. New Shelton Wet/Dry, 1981. Vacuum cleaners in plexiglass cases with fluorescent lighting.
8. Jeff Koons. Puppy, 1998. Glazed porcelain.
9-10. Jeff Koons. Puppy, 1994, at Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao, Spain. Flowers over steel framework.
11. Jeff Koons. Balloon Dog, 1995 at Venice Biennale. Tinted stainless steel.
12. Frank Gasparro. Susan B. Anthony Dollar, first produced 1979.
13. Augustus St. Gaudens. Double Eagle ($20 Gold Piece), first produced 1907.
14. Portrait of Augustus St. Gaudens.
15. Obverse of Double Eagle showing Liberty with torch and olive branch.
16. Nike of Samothrace, ancient Greek marble statue, c. 200 B.C.
17. Eugène Delacroix. Liberty Leading the People, 1830. Oil painting.
18. Photo of Isadora Duncan performing her barefoot dance. Important Names and Terms.
Be prepared to recognize, define, or discuss any of these items in a future exam: Kitsch
Susan B. Anthony Dollar Augustus St. Gaudens Double Eagle
Nike of Samothrace Eugène Delacroix Isadora Duncan
Dsn S 183: Lecture 12 (October 8): Panofsky, Iconography, and the First Great Seal Committee Slide Identifications.
Be prepared to recognize, identify, or discuss any of these images in a future exam: 1. Portrait of art historian Erwin Panofsky.
2. Example of Panofsky’s “Intrinsic” level of iconography: Saint Gaudens’ Liberty as an expression of the new expansionist American foreign policy (Theodore Roosevelt intervening in the Russian-Japanese War of 1905).
3. Traditional mint showing mintmaster striking coins by hand.
4. Diagram showing traditional dies and flan for coin striking.
5. Diagram showing modern mechanical method of striking coins, with collar to keep the flan round.
6. Silver didrachma of Athens showing Athena and Owl, c. 500 B.C.
7. Silver didrachma of Olympia showing Zeus and Eagle, c. 400 B.C.
8. Silver didrachma of Cyrene showing Zeus-Ammon and Silphium, c. 400 B.C.
9. Ancient marble sculpture of Alexander the Great.
10. Silver tetradrachma of Alexander showing Hercules (Alexander) and Zeus, c. 300 B.C., with mintmark of Rhodes (rose) and magistrate’s initials (ΔI).
11. Portrait of Benjamin Franklin with his proposal for the Great Seal: Moses leading the Children of Israel to the Promised Land.
12. Portrait of Thomas Jefferson with his proposal for the Great Seal: Hengist and Horsa, the first Englishmen.
13. Portrait of John Adams with his proposal for the Great Seal: Hercules at the Crossroads. Important Names and Terms.
Be prepared to recognize, define, or discuss any of these items in a future exam: Erwin Panofsky
Primary (Natural) level: “What is it?”
Secondary (Conventional) level: “Who is it?”
Tertiary (Intrinsic) level: “Why is it?”
Mint, Die, Flan
Drachma (6.25 grams)
Didrachma (12.5 grams)
Tetradrachma (25 grams)
First Great Seal Committee, 1776 (Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams) Hengist and Horsa
Hercules at the Crossroads
Pierre Eugène du Simitière
Dsn S 183: Lecture 13 (October 10): Bricolage and the Method of Zeuxis Slide Identifications. Be prepared to recognize, identify, or discuss any of these images in a future exam: 1. Great Seal of Great Britain, showing Lion, Unicorn, and the coat of arms of the royal family.
2. Pierre Eugène du Simitière, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, and John Adams. Proposal for the Great Seal of the United States from the first...
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