Supplemental Chapter 3 Notes

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Supplemental Chapter 3 Notes The elements of art include such things as line, shape, mass, space(which includes linear and atmospheric perspective), time and motion, light, color and texture, both actual and implied. In figure 55, look over variations a through f, don't worry about g, h, i, and j. Know what an implied line is. In Escher's works he fully uses both positive and negative space. The theme of Giacometti's works relates to the isolation of the individual in modern society. Two picture types (or subjects) encountered in chap. 3 are landscape (a picture of outdoor scenery, with or without some [human] figures in it), and historical or narrative scenes, that depict an important event in history, tells a story, or perhaps shows a Biblical story or character(s). Four pictures that could be considered landscapes are, Figs. 53, 77, 78, and 100. The historical/biblical/narrative picture type applies to Figs. 75 and 82. Chapter 3 notes continued….
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2009 for the course ART 1001 taught by Professor Zucker during the Spring '07 term at LSU.

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