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Art
Terms Definitions
koncerto
concert
óleo
Oil
Shape
2D
Oceania
Birds
Paint tube
1841
el pincel
brush
Sinn
der meaning
révéler
to reveal
el/la escultor/a
sculptor
Rauschenberg
abstract impressionist
pop artist
insulae
overcrowded apartment blocks
naturalistic art
represents nature
The Dance Class
Degas
tertiary
double names ex. red-orange
Chiswivk House, Englandm Neoclassicism, Boyle & Kent
Sistine Chapel
Michelangelo, Ceiling, 1508-1541
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Sonia Delaunay Prismes Electriques1914
presentar
to put on a performance
printmaking
transferring an image to another
Sullivan "Guaranty Building" Buffalo, NY 1890- Modern Architecture
Yellow, yellow green, green
analogous colors
Man with a Cat
Cecilia Beaux
structure
the way something is put together
classical
originating in Greece and Rome; represents unadorned beauty
wedging
manipulating clay by kneading or pounding it to remove air pockets and develop a uniform plastic consistency
emphasis
giving an object greater visual importance and reducing the visual importance of others
Name joseph turners work.
The slave ship
Marcus Aurelius, Roman Empire, gilded bronze
Claus Sluter
Well of Moses, Dijon (france)
mientras que otros ven
while others see
realism
treatment of forms, colors, space, etc., in such a manner as to emphasize their correspondence to actuality or to ordinary visual experience.
Posture
Manner, position of body when you stand, sit, or walk
scissors
a cutting instrument having two blades whose cutting edges slide past each other
Subject
The image viewers can easily identify in a work of art.
Geometric shapes
distinguished by their crisp precise edges and mathematical constant curves
Spirit of the Dead Watching by Gauguin, 1892
Color palette/combination
Choice of a limited color scheme
Most art critics and historians agree that the era of modern art ended in the _____.
1980's
Linear Perspective
Graphic system that creates the illusion of depth and volume on a flat surface.
Ziggurat at Ur
mud brick, Sumerian, 2100 BC
Triadic Harmony
A color scheme using three colors which are equidistant on a color wheel
glaze
a very thin, transparent film of color applied over a previously painted surface
abstraction
a thing apart that is removed from real life
Synthetic Cubism
o Collage- synthesizes the image back to something having to do with reality
o Parts begin to re-synthesize into recognizable image
Content
What the work of art is about is...
Value
An element of art that refers to luminance or luminosity — the lightness or darkness of a color.
folk art
an expression of common people from rural areas
Texture
an element that refers to how things feel, or look as if they might feel if touched
Atmospheric Perspective, Aerial Perspective
The technique of representing dimensional space by making objects close to the viewer appear crisp and vibrant and making them fuzzy and less intense in color and tone as they recede.
One appears in front of a canvas, between a young boy and a female nude in Courbet's Artist's Studio, while a spotted one appears near the shore of The Hay Wain.
dog
Asymmetrical Balance
Lack of precise symmetry in a balanced work
examples of primary colors first are:
red-orange and red-violet, blue-violet, blue-green, etc.
sfumato
in painting, the effect of haze in an image. Resembling the color of the atmosphere at dusk, gives a smoky effect
Structural Lines
Hold the design together (ex: row of telephone poles)
black
is a color and works well to intensify colors
Playfulness
a sense of humor and an ability to experiment freely
spread
to cause to go or travel a distance or to many people
Tempera
A paint using egg as a binder for the pigment. Technically called egg tempera.
Es la última parte de una pintura que una persona puede ver.
el fondo
Monumental Art; Originated with King ?
King Menes
3100BC
united lower and upper egypt
What is so-called "Greenburgian Formalism"?
Focus on the physical aspects of a painting
Grant Wood: American Gothic (1930) - Realistic interpretation
realistic portrait of rural life in America and made famous by advertising on cereal boxes
-called gothic because of the house and pose
-the woman is the artist, Grant Wood's sister
-the man was a dentist
-Grant Wood enlisted them, had them dress in farmers clothes and pose for picture.
-woman's apron matches apron in the house
-the top middle portion of man's jump suit represents/matches pitch fork
-pitch fork repeated in catus
-the artist, Grant Wood, was from Iowa
-Grant Wood used these people to pose as an American farm couple of the 1930's
-the "American Gothic" work has been on cereal boxes and in advertising
-Grant Wood used principles of design to hold composition together.
dolor
pain
sutil
subtle
extrano
strange
David
Donatello
la cerámica
ceramic
el espíritu
spirit
la técnica
technique
kinetic
meaning motion
la burla
mockery
Line segment
Finite line
Scrovegni chapel
Small Church
heaven, sky
el cielo
location? period?
DORYPHOROS
Athens
High Classical
yellow + blue =
green
16th Century Italy:
Bramante, Tempietto, Church of San Pietro in Montorio, Rome, 1502-10
al lado de
next to
Eruption of mount vesuvius
Pliny-writer, wrote about the eruption,
Ash was thrown up and it was pushed to pompei
People died in heculaneum second phase hot mud was thrown onto herculaneum
The Steerage
Photography . Alfred Stieglitz
The Burial at Ornan
Courbet 1849
Picasso
Still Life with Chair Caning
Spain
Synthetic Cubism (Collage)
1912
Symbol
An image standing for something
Michelangelo
Who painted the Sistine Chapel?
Schnabel
"Self Portrait" 1980; painted on broken plates, emphasized process
real
surface that may be experienced through sense of touch
Criticism
process of observing, analyzing, and commenting an artistic experience
Marriage of Arnolfini: Jan van Eyck
Form
3dimensional object having volume and thickness.
Edward Burne-Jones, Le Chant d'Amour, 1868-77
space
the interval, or measurable distance, between points or images; can be actual or illusionary
Pigment
coloring material made from various organic or chemical substances. Mixes with a binder to create a drawing or painting medium.
Of the various methods for creating textiles discussed in your text, which was not made by spinning, weaving or knitting?
felt
specific objects
Donald Judd's idea of identifying works that are understandable objects
Balance
Creates a feeling of stability in artworok
assemblage
an artwork composed of objects, parts of objective materials originally intended for purposes other than art
Facade
the front or "face" of a building
Color key
color scheme, overlay proof created from the film separations that places each ink color on a separate clear acetate sheet then assembles them together over white paper
convex
advancing areas in form that bulge out
Intaglio prints are made from __________ into which lines have been incised.
metal plates
mass
3 dimensional form that occupies a volume of space
byzantine art
styles of painting, design, and architecture developed from the 5th c. CE in characterized in architecture by round arches, massive domes, and extensive use of mosaic, characterized in painting by formal design, frontal and stylized figures, and rich use of color, especially gold, in generally religious subejct matter
color scheme
sometimes known as color families or relationships , these are groups of colors used together in the same artwork.
Paint
a substance used as a coating to protect or decorate a surface (especially a mixture of pigment suspended in a liquid)
Line
The path of a moving point through space; vertical, horizontal, diagonal, curved, or zig-zag; encloses shapes & outlines objects; determines boundaries; shows movement
& direction
Canon of proportion
Leonardo Da Vinci's Canon of proportion. Male in a circle, navel being the middle
Zeus
tapo el sol y tuvo relaciones que duraron 3 noches con Alcmena
Stretcher
A wooden or metal framework upon which a painters canvas can be stretched.
types of texture
Actual Texture: is tactile, texture you can actually touch & feel. Impasto is a
great example, and most common form of texture in a painting.
• Visual Texture: simulated texture; also called Implied Texture. It looks like a
texture, but can not really be felt. Example, Trompe l' oeil (a French word) this
means to trick the eye. So you think you are looking at actual texture of wood,
but instead it is just painted (with skill) to trick the viewer. This is very realistic
painting.
Megalithic Construction
Structures made of such large stones, utilizing an interlocking system without the use of mortar or cement.
This man first published the manifesto of the Photo-Secessionist movement in his journal Camera Work
(Alfred) Stieglitz
apotheosis
the elevation of a person to the rank of a god
Vanishing Point
the point on the horizon where things appear to disappear
Implied Space:
2-D space has only height and width. There is an illusion of negative ground on the picture place
product design
a career relating to the design and creation of models for commercial products
art of ancient egypt
shows high respect for spiritual aspects of society.
Hypostyle Hall
A hall with a roof supported by columns.
Stages of transition in Greek Pottery Styles
Geometric style
Black Figure Ware
Red Figure Ware
atmospheric perspective
effect of air and light on how an object is perceived by the viewer
Laocoon and his sons
man & 2 boys attacked by snake. hellenistic
The subtext in an artwork refers to ______ .
its underlying theme or message
op art and after image
• Op Art: Optical Art, is based on creating optical sensations of movement
through the repetition and manipulation of color, shape, and line.
• Afterimage: when we look at a color for a long period of time and then look
away, you may briefly see the opposite color due to fatigue of the cornea in
the eyes. Artists will use this understanding of optics to create art work that
focuses on color.
Blanco
White
chisel
dłuto
sociedad
society
la peau
skin
el bajo
guitar
de pronto
suddenly
El poema
Poem
agir
to act
name
architect
date
culture
foundling hospital
Brunelleschi
1419-1424
Italian Renaissance
le four
flop (theater)
giornata
a day's work
le belle arti
fine arts
Crescendo (<)
Gradually get louder.
l'oeuvre
work (of art, literature)
The Allegory of Painting
Vermeer
Santa Monica House 1977-1978
Frank Gehry
Empirical
based on observation or experience
Dome
A large hemispherical roof structure
What is reshaping eraser?
kneeded eraser
how to get tone
add grey
repetition
repetition is created when objects, shapes, light, direction, and lines are repeated in artwork
Antoine-Jean Gros, Napoleon at the Pesthouse at Jaffa, 1804
Camera Work
a quarterly photographic journal published from 1903 to 1917. It is known for its high quality photographic reproductions by some of the most important photographs. It is also known for its editorial purpose to establish photographs as art.
Pugin and Barry
Houses of Parliament NEO-GOTHIC
Woodville, War News from Mexico, 1848
Hans Hobain the younger
Eramus of Rothledam
Aramaic Alphabet
give rise to Hebrew and Arabic.
static form
a three-dimensional work that appears stationary
complimentary colors
opposites on the color wheel: red/green, blue/orange, yellow/violet
Symmetry
Similarity of form or arrangement on both sides of a dividing line
Wayne Thiebaud
Painted prepared food (candy apples, pies, cakes, etc.) Pop art
what medium did Matisse use
paper cut outs
Henri Matisse
Harmony in Red (The Red Room)
paint media
encaustic fresco tempera oil painting water color acrylic (synthetic) collage
Color
the appearance of objects (or light sources) described in terms of a person's perception of their hue and lightness (or brightness) and saturation
contrast
refers to the arrangement of opposite elements (light vs. dark colors, rough vs. smooth textures, large vs. small shapes, etc.) in a piece so as to create visual interest, excitement and drama.
Kirchner
was the leader of an important German Expressionist group that hoped to build a bridge to a better, more enlightened future through their art.
Context refers to the social and _____ conditions that encompass a work of art.
political
Brera Altarpiece
showed how people were interested in math and dimension
crackle glaze
minute decorative cracks in the glaze that are often accentuated by rubbed-in material.
organizational
ability to put things back together in a coherent order
The Armory show
exhibition of 1,600 works of experimental art from Europe, shown in America
Dry Brush
Where you dip the brush into semi-moist paint, barely touch the surface of the paper, and flick in one direction
art critique
the process and the results of critical thinking about art. The parts are: describe, analyze, interpret, and judge.
la postura
modo en que está puesta una persona
highlight
the portion of an object that, from the observer's position, recievces the greatest amount of direct light
Mirror reflects patrons. Has 2 dwarfs and 1 dwarf threatens dog on right side with foot. Artist is in painting next to easel looking at viewer.Infanta Margarita and family of Philip IV of Spain, by Diego Velazquez in 1656.
Las Meninas
The Responsive Eye
show at Museum of Modern Art, 1965
Interrelated Characters:
Characters that connect in a drama or play because of the given circumstances.
Contour Line
In drawing, a line that represents the edge of a form or a group of forms.
El Greco
artist in the mannerism period. . He is known for his elongated bodies, unique halos and peculiar perspective.
a lightweight form is _____.
conveyed with a lighter touch
Bernini, Cornaro Chapel
created stage set, on the floor there are skeletons happy, it is made so your in the envirnment
porcelain
a type of clay fired to a high temp that is not absorptive and is translucent
The International style emphasizes
all of these: clean lines, geometric form, and avoidance of superficial decoration.
Palette (paper)
A thin board with a hole for the thumb used for mixing paints. A waxy paper is also used for mixing colors.
drawing for two to three weeks
how did moore get his art ideas
Virgin and Child with Saints and Angels, Monastery of St. Catherine, 6th c.icon, iconociasm
1. Virgin Mary and baby Jesus with Golden halos
l'aquarelle
watercolor
visitors
visitantes
famoso
famous
expresar
to express
el escultor
sculptor
el mural
mural
los tejidos
weavings
la paleta
pallet
The Waitress
Manet
actual texture
tactile (feel)
weight
brings things forward
el óleo
oil (paint)
Four Gentlemen
Bamboo-Strength,summer
Plum Blossom-Love,winter
Wild Orchid- Noble Virtue, spring
Chrysanthemum-Courage,autumn
All brush strokes
Primary Colors
Red, Yellow, Blue
la pintora
the painter (feminino)
Curved lines
change direction gradually.
Daumier, Third Class Carriage, 1862
assymetrical
There is no visible/discernible symmetrical balance, but the compostion still feels balanced
Post-Modernism
looking into past for ideas
Venus of Urbino
ARTIST:Titan YEAR:1538 PERIOD:Italian High Renaissance
silhouette
focuses just on the outside edges..helps see positive and negative space
volume-
an empty three-dimensional form . Empty, enclosed space
styles of art
Realism, Expressionism, Impressionism, Surrealism, Representationalism, Utilitarian, Pop Art, Op Art, Abstract Art
performance art
dramatic presentation by visual artists (as distinguished from theater actors/dancers) in front of an audience. Usually apart from a formal theatrical setting.
simulationism
ironic and biting commentary on contemorary consumer society
mix of pop and dada
Clement Greenberg
Advocate for Abstract Expressionists, especially Pollock.
mosque
a building dedicated to communal muslim worship
Triads
three colors equally spaced from each other on the color wheel
william brymner
a wreath of flowers 1884 o/c
Negative space
The empty "air" around the object
orthogonals
diagonal lines that converge at a vanishing point (in linear perspective)
fête galante
A subject in painting depicting well-dressed people at leisure in a park of country setting. It is most often associated with 18th century French Rococo painting, elegant outdoor entertainment
Post-impressionism
refers to trends in painting starting in about 1885 that followed impressionism
donner lieu à
to lead, give rise to
Renoir
pieces: Luncheon of the Boating Party, The Ball at the Moulin De la Galette
Bergman, Shoulder
Adding mapulative therapy to medical care improves shoulder dysfunction and pain
Value Scale
A series of progressively changing values from light to dark or dark to light
he created a painting that was rejected by the 1876 Centennial Exposition and depicts a demonstration at Jefferson Medical College
Eakins
crossing
the part of a cross shaped church where the nave and the transept meet, often marked on the exterior by a tower or dome.
scoring
roughen up the two surfaces that will be attached
economy
The distillation of the image to the basic essentials for clarity of presentation; one of the principles of organization.
A clear connected line with no shading.
Contour Line
Combing\ feathering
decorating by gently drawing a course comb or feather tip through contrasting rows of wet clay
score
to scratch lines in soft clay before applying slip for joining
Golden Section
a system of proportion developed by the ancient Greeks obtained by dividing a line so that the shorter part is to the longer part as the longer part is to the whole; ratio 5 to 8
creates the look & feeling of action
define movement.
Curved shapes are what kind of shapes?
Biomorphic shapes
Cross contour
parallel lines that curve over an object's surface in a vertical or horizontal manner and reveal the item's surface characteristics
op-art
a style of abstract art in which lines, forms, and space are organized in such a way as to provide optical illusions of an ambiguous nature, as alternately advancing and receding squares on a flat surface.
color harmony
the use of compatible colors to help unify a composition
What color do you get if you mix yellow and red?
Green.
Donatello's David
Name the sculpture and name of the statue.
sculpture in the round
a fully free standing, three dimensional artwork
The Incan fortress of Machu Picchu is considered to be __________ construction, as it was built without any mortar.
dry masonry
Potico
A cover colonnade at the end of a building in Classical architecture.
Arts and Crafts movement
a return to the hand-made decorative arts during the 1930s
bisque fire
the first thing of unglazed ware at a low temp.
paul cezanne's main style was
toned paintings that used repetitive brush strokes of pure color
Garden of Maecenas
The place where Nero was said to have watched the city of Rome burn in the Great Fire of 60 AD, Nero eventually committed suicide here.
slipping and scoring
a way to attach pieces of clay to each other by applying, scoring, sticking, and blending
Picasso, Guitar, Sheet Music, and Wine Glass, 1912
"the battle has begun" in french, "the play game", simplyfing alot more, obsessed with wall paper from paris hotel
sophisticated
complex
horrible
horrible
respirar
to breathe
el estilo
style
el papel
paper
Distinguir
to distinguish
los motivos
motifs
thomas demand
gate (2004)
Illuminated Manuscripts
400-600 AD
common line
common edge
School of Athens
Raphael
Two dimensional
Length and width
hue
another name for color
Matisse
father of modern art
Objects having 3 Dimensions
Forms
tympanum
In Classical architecture, the vertical panel of the pediment, In medieval and later arch, the area over a door enclosed by an arch and a lintel, often decorated with sculpture or mosaic
Secondary Colors
Green, orange, and violet
David by Bernini, 1623, marble
Contour
line in a 3D design
Synagogue at Dura Europos
250-500 CE
Concept
The ideas embodied in an artwork
CONTRAPPOSTO
CLASSICAL, SCULPTURES OF HUMAN FIGURES THAT ARE STIFF AND UNNATURAL, NON SYMMETRICAL
The furnace fuilt of heat-resistance material to fire pottery, ceramics, and sculptures
Kiln
angst
German word for "anxiety" or "anguish"; the worrying sensation that something is wrong; philosophical term for the anxiety of having to make choices in the present about an unknown future
Boccioni
Unique Forms of Continuity in Space
Calabria
1913
afin que
so that, in order that
intensity
brightness or dullnes of a color
Pericles
Athenian leader noted for advancing democracy in Athens and for ordering the construction of the Parthenon.
Theocracy
rule by god or god's representative
Capital
The sculpted block that tops a columns. According to the conventions of the orders, they include different decorative elements
cindy sherman
Artist known for creating constructive identity, constructing personalities and performing them through photos. She is the model for all of her work and her work pays attention to the stereotypes of women, characters in novels, films, and cultural influences. Untitled Film Stills.
Coil
building ceramic forms by rolling out coils, or ropes of clay and joining them together with the fingers or a tool
Telephoto
Specific construction of a long focal length photographic lens. Used to photograph subjects that are far away
What is the most fundamental principle of design
unity
Francisco Goya, Burial of the Sardine, c. 1793-1816
Forshortening
the illusion that objects get larger closer to the viewer and smaller further away from veiwer. Depth or Distance.
Lust
have a craving, appetite, or great desire for
Naturalism
The approach to art that is essentially a description of things visually experienced. Pure naturalism would contain no personal interpretation introduced by the artist.
Enter your front text here.
What is Woodcut?
Gr. 'to imitate' - The imitation or representation of aspects of the sensible world, especially human actions, in literature and art.
Mimesis
interpretation
an explanation of the meaning of an artwork
Leather hard
clay that is stiff but still damp
analogous
colors that contain a common hue and are found next to each other on the color wheel,
groundline
in 2D works, the line representing the plane on which figures stand
wet media
these can be divided into three categories: ink washes and self-contained tools(felt tip pens, markers, and self contained pens such as Uniballs)
Screen Printing
when painting is forced through a screen on to paper or fabric
vertical
a line that goes straight up and down
Dimension
the amount of space and object takes up in one direction
Non-objective/Non-representational
Art that makes no reference to the natural world and that explores the inherent expressive or aesthetic potential of the formal elements-line, shape, color-and the formal compositional principles of a given medium. *Does not refer to the natural world at all.
Grid enlargement
used to enlarge or reduce art work visually
Complimentary Color
Colors across from each other on the color wheel
rib vault
type of groin vault in which the ridges/groins formed by intersecting vaults may rest on and be covered by curved moldings called ribs (web)
bone dry
the condition of unfired clay that has no moisture other than natural humidity
perspective
creating the illusion of 3d on a 2d surface
A painting or other art form that creates such a realistic image that the viewer may wonder whether it real or an illusion. A French phrase meaning "fool the eye."
Trompe L'oeil
Acconci, Step Piece, 1970
sends out chart about progress of performance, artists are working, "laboring", made video called "open book", epic failure of communication
The Baroque can be characterized as/by:
17th century, theatrical compositions rendered in very high contrast
Blaue Reiter, Der (The Blue Rider)
a group of avant-garde German Expressionists
Remember and be able to list the individual art movements with which the artists are associated:
1. Mary Cassatt – Impressionism
2. Kathe Kollwitz – German Expressionism
3. Frida Kahlo – Surrealism
The democratic selection process for most public art is as follows: Step 1_______________, Step 2 ________________, Step 3 __________________, Step 4 _______________, Step 5 _______________.
Call To Artists / Submit Proposals / Detailed Proposals / Committee Selection / Construction
Formal composition
...
non-objective
also non-representational, non-figurative; a type of artwork with absolutely no reference to, or representation of, the natural world; the artwork itself is the reality; always 'abstract'
objective
also representational, figurative; having to do with reality and fidelity to perception
graphic
being written, drawn, or engraved
informal composition
Informal balance; asymmetrical balance; gives a less rigid, more casual impression in an artwork's composition
composition
to create or design something by arranging separate parts to create a whole
Crosshatching
Technique of crossing lines over each other to create a change in value
unity
achieved when all parts of the composition relate to each other; gives the feeling of oneness; gives a sense of strength that keeps the work from being confusing
abstract
a visual representation that may have little resemblance to the real world; occurs through simplification or distortion of the object to communicate essentials of form
conocido(a)
famous
38
t
financier
to fund
la danse
dance
Inspirar
to inspire
Sleeping Muse
Brancusi
el retrato
portrait
Propylaia, Athens
447-432 BCE
Death of Marat
David
artes plásticas
plastic arts
handbuilding methods
pinching, coiling, slab
Opera
Gernier, 1850-1900, Paris, France
Cool Colors
green, blue, purple
surrealism
something that is so fake.
fiber arts
weaving, stitching, basketmaking, surface designs, and wearable art
ferroconcrete
concrete reinforced with iron rods
warm color scheme
gives warmth and brightens
linear
uses vanishing point, horizon line, and receding parallel lines (one point, two point, or three point)
Tracery
ornamental stone work in Gothic windows which supported the pieces of glass
patron
an individual that supports the arts
photosensitive
sensitive to light-there fore capable of recording images
...
Mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, c. 1450 B.C., Egyptian, New Kingdom.
Appropriation
the borrowing of subject matter from print medias ( magazines, news papers, etc.)
Pulpit
platform from which to deiver sermon at friday worship
Rhythm
(a principle and aka movement) A particular visual "beat" marking the movement of the viewer's
eye through a work.
expression
a visual representation of our ideas, feelings, and values.
expressionism
style that seeks to express the artist's personal emotions rather than accurately represent form.
background
goes to infinity in an art piece
monochrome
Georges Seurat and Pablo Picasso began flattening the compositions of their paintings and working in _____.
Tone
The lightness to darkness of shadows which creates a 3-D illusion.
spatial depth
intentional use of diminishing size and vertical placement of elements in a two dimensional composition
Realistic
depicts things as they may actually appear
format
refers to the overall shape and size of a drawing surface
Variety
(a principle) Variations on a theme or strong contrasts in a design.
Shakespeare
This man wrote several plays and poems and is regarded as one of the best writers of all time
Cons of printmaking:
The cost of the materials
Equipment
Toxicity
Tint
A soft and light color--one to which white has been added. For example, white added to green makes a lighter green tint.
Ferrule
refers to the metal or plastic device that that aligns and anchors paintbrush bristles or hairs in an adhesive. The ferrule is attached to the handle by crimping or by binding wires. (See illustration.)
open form
the statue or piece that interacts with the surrounding space
charcoal
piece or pencil of black carbon used as a drawing instrument
Complimentary colors are where on the color wheel?
Opposite each other
juxtaposition
when one image or shape is placed next to or in comparison to another image or shape.
Who was the architect of the first Pantheon?
Marcus Agrypta.
pop art
to be popular or when someone likes you.
flatbed picture plane
it changes the canvas from the vertical (humanistic) view of a window into another world into now simulating a table top or a bed.
Golden mean
a small part of a work should relate to a larger part of the work in proportion to the way the large part relates to the whole; mathematical
"The Tribute Money" (early renaissance)
utilizes both linear and atmospheric perspective
who was the 1st black person to be presented in the MOMA??
jacob lawrence
5 parts to an art problem
Timms = time, idea, method, media, subject
parado
standing
Pieta
Michaelangelo
moderno(a)
modern
Century
el siglo
Howl
Luis Jimenez
Grapes
Xu Wei
influir (i➞y)
to influence
Saint Paul's Cathedral
Wren
Broken Eggs
Jean-Babtiste Greuze (1756)
Basilica, Pompeii
2nd Century BCE
Napoleon Crossing the Alps
David
Menander
invertor of sitcom (Hellenistic)
Cornfield with Cypresses
Van Gogh, 1889
equilibrium
visual balance between opposing compositional elements.
pablo picasso
cubism with georges braque
watercolour
a painting produced with watercolors
Subject Matter
The consistent representation of either figurative, landscape or life genres in their artwork.
graphic design
creating visual communications with two-dimensional media and images.
Still-life
the painting of everyday inanimate objects
Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
relief woodcut
Impressionism
Late 19th century art movement, centered in France, use of discontinuous strokes of color
Elements
Are the building blocks of art
analogy
a comparison that shows a reationship between to things
Green
Mix equal parts of yellow and blue
stippling
technique that uses patterns of dots to create values of dark and light
Reformation
a religious movement of the 16th century that began as an attempt to reform the Roman Catholic Church and resulted in the creation of Protestant churches
Versailles
a country house for the French aristocracy
What is a color chemically chemicallly occuring on outside of bronze?
patina
proportion
size or placement of something in relation to another thing. Principle of design.
organic shape
shape dirived from biological or natural forms
goodbye to one another
what does adinkra mean?
alliteration
the commencement of two or more stressed syllables of a word group either with the same consonant sound or sound group
illusion
a false idea something that one seems to see or to be aware of that really does not exist
tetrad
four colors that are spaced an equal distance apart on the color wheel
tonality
a single color or hue that dominates the entire color structure despite the presence of the other colors.
after image
an image that persists after the visual stimulus that first produced it has ceased
Calotype
using salts that create a negative of the image, this allows multiple copies of an image to be made (The Open Door)
graver
a cutting tool used by engracers and sculptors
What is white pigment?
a bought color or no color
Figure
In 2D work, an image that appears to be somewhat closer to the viewer than the background
against which it is presented; also referred to as a postive shape.
the Large Blue Horses
Der Blaue Reiter 1911 Franz Marc
"Madonna Enthroned" (early renaissance)
artist: masaccio. this painting is revolutionary in reference to Cimabue's and Giotto's art work
STUDY GUIDE E: Bauhaus
State school of building. Principles: a) importance of strong basic design & craftsmanship. b)promoted unity of art, architecture, and design. Founded by Walter Gropius (1919-1933)
local color
refers to the "true" color of an object or area as seen in normal daylight, irrespective of the effects of distance or reflections from other objects.
Blind Contour Line
drawing the edge of an object, looking at the object, but not at the paper
textured; smooth
A ____ form is visually heavier than a ____ form.
Compare and contrast the portraiture of the Roman Republic vs. that of the Roman Empire
trying to get ideas pushed through Senate age maturity is key, BUT when your descendants get the thrown youth matters
Julius Caesar, it was the republic, age maturity then when Ocatvia (Augustus) took over it became ideal youth and strength for the empire
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