3d art final Flashcards

Art
Terms Definitions
range
Bereich,Auswahl,Angebot
pintura
painting
Pigment
color
el poder
power
Andrew Jackson
Powers
la troupe
troupe
Polykleitos
Spear Bearer
la trompeta
trumpet
stylize
to simplify objects
Mali
Terra Cotta sculptures
serpiente
simbolo de resureccion
la imagen
the image
la obra
work of art
Acrylic
Fast-drying synthetic paint medium.
calipso
ofrece inmortalidad a odiseo
Mithuna
Sexual acts (temple decoration)
architecture
the art of designing buildings
6 tertiary colors
red-orange, yellow-orange, yellow-green, blue-green, blue-purple,red-purple
4 major cultures
persian, assyrian,sumerian, babylonian
Slabbing
Hand-building technique that involves shaping clay into a broad, flat, thick piece
cones
...see color and contain pigment
The Temptation of Saint Anthony
Rivera
Illustration
Design and pictures for books, magazines, and other printed media.
the three primary colors
red yellow blue
Euthymides, Three Revelers
3 gay men dancing
Mass
The illusion of weight or density.
Islam =shiite + suni
shiite=350 million
Suni=950 million
(Total 1.3 billion)
Water Soluble
able to dissolve in water
geometric
can be used describing math terms
Dionysos
roman name??
Bacchus
son of zues
god of wine
Ionic order temple
invalute (double spiral) columns
Has base on bottom of column
Natural World
Thomas Cole - American landscape painter; made sketches and went back to studio - his observations - THE OXBOW
Complementary
Colors that are across form eachother on the color wheel
space
the empty or open area between, around, above, below, or with-in objects
value
the degree (or amount) of intensity-it can describe both colors and blacks/whites
What was degas inspired by?
Japanese woodblock prints
linoleum
hard by-product that may be carved into and printed
Gericault
The Raft of Medusa- brought down french gov.
Which artist specialized in portraits of jovial characters who looked like they were having a good time?
Frans Hals
Embossing
Shaping raised designs into hot metal from behind the figure.
expressive lines
lines that do not make recognizable images
symmetrical balance
two halves of balanced composition are identical. also called bilateral symmetry
What was used to create the stamp image?
ink
Neolithic period
New stone age. A prehistoric period stretching roughly form 700 B.C. to 2000 B.C.
Contour
A line that describes the outside line of an image
pliers
a metal hand tool with jaws for holding, bending, or cutting
Oskar Kokoschka: The Tempest
expressionism which shows artist's inner torment. Represented as expressionalism because of colors and shapes used for emotional impact. Going thru a bad relationship. Before WW-I. Brushstrokes reflect the artist's inner torment. The artist, Oskar Kokoschka was an Expressionist.
Monochromatic
tints and shades of single hue (mono means single)
Worm's Eye View
View of an object from BELOW
Op Art
An art style particularly popular in the 60's in which line & color are manipulated in ways that stimulate the eye into believe it perceives movement.
What building method did stonehenge employ?
Post and lintel
width
the space between your eyes is = to the ______ of one of the eyes
sphinx
one of a number of large stone statues with the body of a lion and the head of a man that were built by the ancient Egyptians
vanishing point
sometimes lines appear to meet at a point on the horizon
Analogous
Colors next to each other on the color wheel
Design or Composition
Design or Composition is a process; the act or organizing the visual elements
to effect a desired aesthetic on a work of art.
building (initial plan of st peters)
architect
date
culture
st peters- bramante plan
bramante
1504-1514
italian renaissance
A 2 demensional area with line, value, and color
Definition for shape
color value scale
a column of colors produced from one hue where tints appear above the hue and shades appear below.
Guido Reni depicts the title character as a big-boned woman in red clutching a creature wearing a wreath of flowers.
(The) Rape of Europa
Describe the Printmaking technology - Serigraphy
Serigraphy is also known as "silkscreen painting".
Serigraphy is the only method that uses paint and ink.
Stencils are used to create the designer image.
Silk, nylon, or a fine mesh is stretched on a frame.
The stencil is applied to the screen using a squeegee
Es solo un lado de la cara y cabeza de una persona.
el perfil
how can you measure the face and the human body without a ruler? what is the unit of measurement you could use?
body=7 1/2 heads; face is symmetrical from forehead to cheek; golden mean
voce
voice
gris
gray
Egyptian
clásico
no contemporáneo
la paleta
palette
ham
el jamón
el movimiento
movement/school
Center-of-interest
The largest,lightest,darkest
Coronation of Napoleon
David
Creating tints
add white
Morris
(1945-present)
American
Minimal Art (reduction of art to essential form)
nonrepresentational
no symbolism, "is what it is"
entropy, collapse
Ignudi
Nude Figures (Italian)
Oath of the Horatii
David
1785
Neoclassical
Paris
La civilización Totonaca
Diego Rivera
Joseph Albers
the square artist
rise of neo-classicism
grand tour, pompei
Goya
Painted the Third of May
Sevrat
small dots of paint pointillism
Pont du Gard, aqueduct, France
line
path of a moving point
Luncheon on the Grass
Claude Monet
Jambs
The vertical sides of an opening.
ergonomic
intended to decrease discomfort and maximize work
Truss
Joining rigid members to form triangles in order to make a larger element that can span a great distance.
megaliths
large monuments created from huge stone slabs
fluting
shallow, vertical grooves on a column
"The Nabis" ("The Prophets")
Followers of Gauguin
open form
negative space, air can flow through
Craft Tradition
- Practiced by The Bauhaus
-Indicates a link to function and to system of Master and Apprentice.
-Knowledge of 'how to' is passed from one to another.
Geometric shapes
composed of predominately straight or mechanically drawing lines
What kind of painter was Da Vinci?
Renaissance
warping
distortion of clay shape caused by uneven stress
Interpretation
Trying to determine the meaning or intent of the work
oblique projection
commonly foiund in japenesea rt, projects space in wich the font of th eobject of the building is parallel to the picture plance, and the sides receding at an angle remain parralel to each other rather than converging.
shape
flat; 2D area in height and width
Subject Matter
the specific idea of an artwork
Minimal art
1960s and 1970s movement toward simple, primary forms. Favor industrial materials, and sculptures tended to be to be attached to the floor rather than on a pedestal.
shade
the comparative darkness caused by the interception or screening of rays of light from an object, place, or area.
Contemporary art
Art that is done by today's artist.
Continuous Line
A line that continues without breaks or interruptions
Transcept
a cross arm in a Christian church, placed at right angles to the nave (pg. 272)
Madonna and Child
Robert Campin. Master of Flemalle. c.1430-34, Städelsches Kunstinstitute, Frankfurt
Prehistoric
What period in art history does this represent?
curvilinear
a form composed of curved, rather than straight, lines
The artist who painted Houses at L'Estaque worked with Picasso to promote the style called Cubism. The artist's name is:
Georges Braque.
Opaque
Quality of a material that does not let any light pass through.
vanishing point
in linear persepective, the point on the horizon line at which lines or edges that are parallel appear to converge
Charcoal Pencils
are made by inserting tubes of hard charcoal into tubes of wood and are used just like a drawing pencil.
Color Field Painting
created using only flat fields of color for the pure sensation of color
Archaic period
to early 5th c., Greek painters more prominent than sculptors, "Red-figure" style, life-size nude male sculptures, last >100yrs
horizon line
your eye level line; the place where land and sky appear to meet.
Thumbnail sketch
Part of the project development of an art piece which involves several quick sketches to determine placement and composition.
old stone age
The period of human prehistory that lasted until about 12,000 years ago, during which stone tools were the most common technology used by humans
What two artists are best associated with Impressionism?
Renoir and Monet
Background
The space that is in the back of an artwork, and usually has less emphasis
bilateral symmetry
a basic body plan in which the left and right sides of the organism can be divided into approximate mirror images of each other along the midline.
Battle of the Milvian Bridge
a battle that took place between Constantine I and Maxentius, This battle was the starting point for a campaing that eventually allowed Constantine to become the sole ruler of the Roman Empire.
What famous photograph is Ansel Adams known for taking?
Autumn Tree against Cathedral Rocks, Yosemite
the proper way to attach air to an air gun
to point it down and away from people
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