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Chapter 3: Visual Elements Landscape with Yellow Birds by Paul Klee -light and shadow -texture shown by lines and dots - reveals his playful interpretation of the subject Rails and Jet Rails by Ansel Adams -Roseville, California 1953 Wallenote by Abby Leigh fig 56 -all lines Two Acrobats by Alexander Calder -1928 - Example of Optical Art : an art movement that runs approximately from 1955 to 1975, involving an artist’s attempt to product a Somatic, or physical response in the viewer - Current by Bridget Riley fig 57 Optical artists -Richard Anuszkiewicz - Drawing by Jackson Pollock 1950 - Blue Ginger by Duane Preble Contour drawing 1993 Lines only Contour lines depict the edges of leaves - Woman Dancer with Fan and Wand by Kiyonoba Figure 61 Japanese woodcut print C. 1708 - Actor in a dance movement by Kiyotada 1715 Japanese wood cut print Uses diagonals - Reflected Beauty, Seven Beauties Appyling Make-up by Utamaro Kitigawa Figure 481 C.1790 Japanese wood cut - Flute Player by John Sloan Figure 63 1905 Etching John Sloan used very light lines to suggest objects far away as in the background at the upper left where lines indicate the edges of lamppost
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Heavier lines are closer -I and the Village by Marc Chagall 1911 Lines because of edges (implied lines) o Line in between man and goat o Line that creates a circle that brings together scenes of Russian Jewish village life - Birthday by Marc Chagall 1911 Husband and wife flying in air kissing Chagall uses bright colors Background/Middleground/Foreground - Sky and Water I by M.C Escher Figure 57 1938 Woodcut Ducks fade into fish; in the middle there is a blend of the ducks and the fish - Qennefer Steward of the Palace C.1450 B.C Egyptian sculpture Closed form sculpture which means that the sculpture has all parts connected directly to the central core; form that doesn’t openly interact with the space around it Carved from hard black granite and retains the cubic, block like appearance of the quarried stone - Recumbent figure by Henry Moore Figure 575 1938 - Chacmool(god of Beneficial Rains) Figure 500 - Man Painting by Alberto Giacometti Figure 69 1947 His sculptures have little mass Conveys a sense of fleeting presence rather than permanence Tall, thin figure appears eroded by time and barely existing - Bread by Elizabeth Catlett Figure 70 1962 Linocut Drew lines that seem to wrap around and define a girl in space, implying a solid mass
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- Cesare Pelli and Associates: North Terminal of Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Figure 71 1997 Many large windows that offer views of the runways and also of the Potomac River and the nearby Washington Monument - Pond in the Garden by Egyptian artist C. 1400 Wall painting from the tomb of Nebamun Show little or no depth The pond is shown from above while the trees, fish and birds are all pictured from
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course ART 1001 taught by Professor Zucker during the Spring '07 term at LSU.

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