Art Notes for April 2nd

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Art Notes for April 2nd  I. Silk Screen a. The only process that does not reverse the image  b. Roy Lichtenstein i. Drowning Girl, 1963 1. Fig:  2. the comics are individual frames and  image, and character. He adapts the  printing style of comic books. 3. large paintings 4. and with the vednday dot style 5. pop –art 6. imagdry from comic books II. Monotype (or monoprint) a. Mon-one (monoprint-is printed in an edition of one) b. Why an artist would make this i. Indirect process-draws on a metal plate with  oils and then it is pressed ii. The original is destroyed and so only one iii. Resasons 1. monotype offers the accidental type  quality 2. potential to work over the image 3. artists like to experiment 4. degah liked to make these types ART NOTES FOR NEXT LECUTRE
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I. Photography a. Began a long time ago with the invention of the  “camera obscura”- a “dark room” b. 1st photograph 1839- Daguerre
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course ART 1001 taught by Professor Zucker during the Spring '07 term at LSU.

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