Chapter4B - Chapter Four B The Visual Elements Color...

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Chapter Four B The Visual Elements Color Texture and Pattern Space Time & motion
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Light and Color White Light going through a prism breaking up into a spectrum. The colors of the visible spectrum.
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Light and Color
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Color Wheel : Made up of the colors refracted by Sir Isaac Newton’s prism plus the transitional color of red-violet. The colors of the visible spectrum.
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Primary Colors: Colors that cannot be created by mixture of other colors. Red , yellow, blue . Secondary colors: Created by combining two primary colors. Orange , green, violet . Primary Colors
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Piet Mondrian, Composition with Red, Blue and Yellow, 1930, oil on canvas, 50.8 x 50.8 cm
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Piet Mondrian, Composition with Red, Yellow and Blue 1921 Oil on canvas
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Tertiary colors: (labeled number 3 on the wheel) The product of a primary color and an adjacent secondary color.
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Color Properties: Each color has 3 properties: Hue : Name of the color. (i.e. red) Value : Relative lightness or darkness. (i.e. pink or maroon) Intensity; Saturation : Relative purity of a color. (mixed with gray/complementary color or not) Light and Color Saturated yellow- orange mixed with gray Saturated yellow-orange mixes with blue-violet
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Camille Pissarro, The Artist’s Palette with a Landscape , c. 1878. Oil on wooden palette, 9 1/2" x 13 5/8". Sterling and Francine Clark Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts.
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Warm colors are hues from red through yellow, browns and tans included; cool colors are the hues from green through violet, most grays included. Light and Color
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James Abbott McNeill Whistler. Nocturne in Blue and Gold c. 1872-75. Oil on canvas, 23 3/4" x 18 3/8". Tate Gallery, London
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Light and Pigment Light primaries and their additive mixtures. Pigment primaries and their subtractive mixture.
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Complementary Harmonies: Involve colors directly opposite one another on the color wheel. Light and Color: Color Harmonies
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Simultaneous Contrast: Complementary colors appear most brilliant when set side by side.
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Eliot Porter , Pool in a Brook, New Hampshire, 1953. Dye transfer print.
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Keith Haring. Untitled . 1983
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Monochromatic : Having only one color. Descriptive of work in which one hue – perhaps with variations of value and intensity – predominates. Emmi Whitehorse, Chanter , 1991. Oil on paper, mounted on canvas, 39 1/8 x 28". The Saint Louis Art Museum. Light and Color: Color Harmonies
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Honore Daumier, The Third-Class Carriage , 1863-65, Oil on canvas 25 3/4 x 35 1/2 “. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY
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Rembrandt. Portrait of a Couple Dressed as Figures from the Old Testament , “The Jewish Bride." 1666. Oil on canvas, 47 3/4" x 65 1/2". Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. Restricted Palette – limited to a few pigments and their mixtures
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Composition IX , 1936. Oil on canvas, 44 5/8" x 76 3/4". Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. Open Palette –
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2011 for the course ART 101 taught by Professor Drexler,d during the Fall '08 term at University of Hawaii, Manoa.

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