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ART 110 — Exam 3 Study Guide avant-garde an intellectual that develops new or experimental concepts especially in the arts. baroque characterized by grotesqueness, extravagance, complexity, or flamboyance. cartoon a full-scale drawing intended to be transferred to a wall, panel, tapestry, etc. chiaroscuro a method of modeling form primarily by the use of light and shade; Italian for "light and dark". Counter Reformation the reform movement in the Roman Catholic Church following the Reformation. genre a work of art, usually a painting, showing a scene from everyday life represented for its own sake. gisant a nude sculpture of a person on the top of his or her own coffin or tomb, in a state of decay. mannerism a style of art characterized by spatial incongruity and excessive elongation of human figures. pieta a word often used to describe the mourning of Mary over the death of Jesus; Italian for "pity". printmaking
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2009 for the course ART 110 taught by Professor Harry during the Fall '03 term at Luzerne County Community College.

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