"Art" VOCAB Flashcards

Art
Terms Definitions
persuasion
Überzeugung/Überredung
autobiografia
autobiography
verde
green
imperative
necessary, urgent
el sentimiento
feeling
1100
Christ pantocrator
el bajo
bass
Carte-de-visite
visiting card
Head artist
Director
Demoiselle's D'Avignon
Picasso 1907
creo que
i believe
budda
prince diddhartha gautama
George Surat
"Bathing At Asneires"
I really admire
Admiro mucho
Stubbs-Horse Attacking Lion
Gothic feel/SUBLIME
Shape
Has height and width
logo
visually represents a company
indian oranmentation style
figural and sculptural
ARABESCO
Ornamentación musulmana integrada por elementos geométricos o florales estilizados/arabesque
sculpture
a 3-dimensional work of art
red orange and yellow
warm colors?
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Basket of ApplesPaul Cezanne1895-Move towards Abstraction from representational-Points of view represented (odd angles/tiling etc-Still life/Nature Morte
High Value
Creates More Rough visual Texture
Timothy O'Sullivan
photographer of american west exploration
mark rothko - Lavender and Mulberry
texture
tactile real or visually implied feeling of a surface
patterns
repeated at precise intervals for decoration
graffiti/post graffiti
transformation of subculture poopular form into high art
legal surfaces vs illegall surfaces
veristic
True to natural appearance, super realistic
encaustic
paint mixed with melted bee's wax
simplicity
limiting number of variations of an element
Iconography
symbolic meaning of signs, subjects, & images
Frans Hal "Archers of Saint Hadrian" Dutch Baroque "Group Portrait"
Dada
o Readymade: art made from existing objects (ex. Urinal)
o Artist's idea, choice, more important than skill or beauty
Hanson Housepainter III
Autobody Filler, polychromed mixed media with accessories
Registers
Set of images in which the compositions are dived up from each other using horizontal or vertical lines
Line-Closure
An arrangement of marks or shapes which are connected by lines that are not there. The ability of the mind to complete a pattern or picture where only suggestion exists.
stabile
fixed steel contructions made of steel plates
Council of Trent
was the 16th-century Ecumenical Council of the Roman Catholic Church. It is considered to be one of the Church's most important[1] councils
A technique in which paint is physicaly built up to create an actual texture
Impasto
the cenral triptych in the Cathedral of Our Lady in Antwerp
Rubens
gradation
any gradual change in an element of design such as a gradual transition from one color to another or one shape or volume to another
the sacred realm
to envision, to honor, communicate with it
Senmut with Princess Nefrua
Thebes,Egypt, 18th Dynasty, Granite. Hatshepsut's chancellor holds queens daughter in lap
maturation
what is the Archaic period also known as?
Tessallation
a pattern of shapes that don't overlap or leave gaps
Sculpture In The Round
Freestanding figures, carved or modeled in three dimensions
aesthetic
A sense of what is beautiful or visually pleasing.
Score
Roughing up the clay so it will stick
drawing
moving a pointed tool over a smooth surface to produce a mark
Color
Is an element of art with three properties1) Hue, the name of the color, e.g. red, yellow, etc. 2) Intensity or the purity and strength of the color such as bright ness or dullness. And 3) value, or the lightness or darkness of the color.
contrast
to compare in order to show unlikeness or differences; note the opposite natures, purposes, etc., of:
Untitled (Seagram Mural)c.1958
mural for Four Seasons restaurant in NYC, palette of red, maroon, brown and black
throw
a term used when making pottery on a potterys wheel
Expressive Line
Lines that send us messages about what the artist wants us to show or make us feel
renaissance
the period at the end of the middle ages when artists, writers, and philosophers were re-awakened to art forms and ideas from ancient greece and rome
tactile
a quality that refers to the sense of touch
Middle Ages
Between” after Roman and before Renaissance
a color and the two colors on each side of that color's complementary
split complementary
What is rhythm gradation?
increasing or decreasing one or more qualities such as height or width or overall size
Flying Buttress
Consists of a strut or segment of an arch carrying the thurst of a vault to a vertical pier positioned awayfrom the main portion of the building.  An important element in Gothic cathedrals. 
Horses and sporting scenes
Carle Vernet was most famous for these paintings
Jeremy Gilbert Rolfe's theory on sublime
technology has subsumed the idea of sublime
The Lamentation, Giotto , 1 3 0 6
-best painter in europe in medeval times. Precursor to the renossance. scene after jesus dies, removed from the cross, Mary/ Mary Magdaline /disciples/others mourn his death. IT IS A FRESCO ON WALL IN CATH IN ITALY
-angels are crying in the sky/sense of loss
-tree=tree of life, symbol of rebirth
F/A -skin tones/white/life-like poses, thin outline, space-forshortening is usd on stone. Atmospheric Perspective- blue in the sky,realistic depiction.-stable-figures,mostly dynamic. bold outline-simulated texture on clothing,hair
-rhyth,-humanfigure,poses,angels
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