TAMU HORT 203 - Final Exam Study Guide (3 pages)

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HORT 203 1st Edition Exam 3 Study Guide Lectures 14 19 1 Egyptian a Flower Lotus b In honor of the goddess Isis c Container 2 Greek period a Known for first professional florists b Cornucopia horn of plenty c Wreaths and garlands given as awards to Olympians continued through fall of the Roman Empire d Greek containers mythological creatures burnt brown look 3 Roman period a No middle class art belonged to wealthy people b Goddess protector of blossoming plants Flora i Floralia Festival modern May Day c What was the first picture of flowers being used in a design Mosaic from the roman period 4 Byzantine period no questions 5 Middle Ages no questions 6 Renaissance a Art belonged to the church and the wealthy at the beginning so artists fled to be able to practice their art Church dictated what they were to paint and whether or not they were paid b Began in Italy c Symbolism surrounding the rose and the white lily d Containers held flowers in a strict position facing up and out 7 Baroque and Dutch Flemish Period a Middle class existed artists could experiment and produce their own work b Hogarth curve developed line of beauty softened lines asymmetrical balance c Ambrosius Bosschaert painter d Painters did not paint from models imagination e Delftware container many spouts 8 French period a Overlapping from other periods b Artists didn t have the same freedom contracted by wealthy people for portraits which often times had flowers in them c Louis XIV garden inspired artists d Symmetrical triangle fan shaped massive designs bordering flambouyant e No specific container 9 English Georgian period a Posies English Georgian victorian period in England American Victorian period i Led to bud vase and formal centerpiece from being set on the table b Nosegays c Fragrant flowers d Bough pot put in front of fireplace e Wedgewood 10 Victorian period a Queen victoria was an avid gardener established schools for women to learn floral design b Round mass designs c Three tier epergne also used during the American Victorian Period d Victorian Period Language of Love posies could communicate a message e Art of the posy holder 11 12 Colonial Williamsburg period a Containers i 5 finger posy holder ii Brick Dutch influence 13 American federal period a Neo classic style blending of masculine feminine lines men fighting women sitting i Jacque Louis David painter b Fan shaped designs not as strict as French design style 14 American Victorian period a Garden clubs b Society of American florists c Nosegays and epergnes were popular d Painting of family sitting 15 Modern American periods a Art nouveau curvilinear lines patterned after nature i Containers inspired after nature b Art Deco influenced by ancient Egyptian and Aztec cultures jazz age and industrial age i No container questions ii Simple clear cut lines c Free form expressions i Natural expressions ii Movement and freedom iii Textural differences d Geometric mass design i Compote container waterfall design Hogarth curve design sets materials on a pedestal 16 Contemporary period a Blending of mass line designs b Artists have the freedom to create 17 Oriental a 3 schools b kokonova alcove c KNOW TERMS


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