ARTS 1301 (Ch. 4 Quiz) - 1.Inthevisualarts,...

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1.  In the visual arts,  Style  refers to a distinctive handling of elements and media associated with the work  of an individual artist, a school or movement, or specific culture or time period. 2.  Silvia  by Franz Gertsch. Look on page 125 at figure 6-5.  This portrait has not been idealized or distorted, but is a careful recreation of the real world making this an  example of  Realism . 3.  The Family  by Alice Neel. Look on page 87 at figure 3-32. In this work proportions of the fingers as well as the size of the heads do not conform to reality. So that the  images are from the real world but are distorted making this an example for  Representational Art .
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4.  The Mothers  by Kathe Kollwitz. Look on page 145 at figure 7-15. In this work the artsist distorted and exaggerated the natural appearance in order to stress the psychological  and emotional content of the work. The harsh contours of the protective shoulders, arms and hands of the 
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ARTS 1301 (Ch. 4 Quiz) - 1.Inthevisualarts,...

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