Unformatted text preview: ARH 301 Study Guide for Second Test Henderson I. Slide ID and discussion . You should be able to identify and place in a stylistic period the works on the Slide List and understand the way in which the work represents the artist and/or period in which it was made. Specifically, as you study Renaissance and Baroque painting, be sure you can answer these questions (for the Form question, see the Wölfflin formal contrasts below [III.] and test them): FORM (Style) : HOW was it painted and how is the composition organized? SUBJECT MATTER : WHAT is painted? EXPRESSIVE CONTENT (Message) : WHY was it painted (i.e., what is the overall message expressed); this will have a close connection to the cultural background. II. You should be able to identify or explain the following terms, concepts, techniques (see also Overhead Notes): Modern Sculpture: chronophotography (or time-lapse photography)--stimulated Futurists’ interest in motion) Readymade--Duchamp emphasizes idea versus craft as central to art...
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- Fall '09
- Baroque Painting, Renaissance and Baroque, Renaissance Baroque linear, asymmetry Printmaking Techniques, asymmetry stability dynamism