Key Data for Test 1

Key Data for Test 1 - Key Data for Test 1 Key Terms for...

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Key Data for Test 1 Key Terms for Chapter 1, page 12 – 14, 24 - 26. A. “Art for Art’s Sake”: Art made purely for visual contemplation and with no functional purpose B. Aesthetic: culturally determined notions of visually pleasing or beautiful images C. Fine Arts: art made for aesthetic not practical purpose (art for art’s sake) D. Applied Arts: Art made for useful purpose Definitions of art: “Skillful production of the beautiful in visible forms” “Art happens when anyone in the world takes any kind of material and fashions it into a deliberate statement” Key Terms for Chapter 1, page 34 – 54 1.Content: the suggested meaning, subject-matter and emotions of an art work a. Iconography (the story including symbols or references, people, events, etc.) Requires knowledge of context: specific time, beliefs or culture. 2.Form: the style, composition, and use of elements of design (color, texture, line, etc) 3. Key Terms for Chapter 1, page 12 - 33.
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