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Study Guide SPSU ARTS 2001 – Art Appreciation- (F05) Definitions-Study Guide A, #1 Intro weeks 1-2 app. Differences between Art Before 1800- Art After 1800-D Art was a process ; Art was a product ; Produced useful art/artifact art. Made primarily for viewing Artifact finds meaning in culture Viewer provides the meaning ; Produced by “artisan” Art produced by artists Produced/Created with learned skill created by artist born with creative genius (natural talent/aptitude) Subject Matter: Traditional - before 1800: Art After 1800: (keeps traditional and adds 2) Portraits, (images of people) Abstraction (images based on something real-reduce Religion/Mythology, Non-Objective ( images not based on any object or anything Genre ( everyday life), real; evoke ideas/emotions) Historical Events (history Pictures), Landscapes , (images of land,) [seascapes-images of the sea-water] Still life- (images of non-moving, non-living things) Other: mental images-dreams and/or visions, Art Aesthetics Study of: nature of art, art in general, philosophical issues surrounding art Art Criticism
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