Art 148 Flashcards

Art
Terms Definitions
lujoso
luxurious
statue
...
dudar
to doubt
valent
are worth
el baile
dance
El caballete
Easel
Art Deco
Geometric
chromatic
relating to color
atelier
studio, workshop (m.)
The Dove.
Romare Bearden
1881
Pablo Picasso was born:
color
derived from reflected light
Marie de Medici series
Rubens
primary colors
red blue yello
secondary colors
green, orange and purple
illusion
visual trick on the mind
implied lines
show stability, focal point
profile
view of side of face.
art critism
systematic disscussion of the characteristics of an artwork usually involving 4 stages
Harmony
(a principle) Pleasing arrangement of the elements within a work of art.
staccato
abrupt changes and dynamic contrast within the visual rhythm.
Pieta
emphasis on Christ's suffering. This is often shown in extreme ways. Ex: Versperbild
Da Vinci
inventions included flying machine, parachute, machine gun, bronze horse sculpture
Mimbar
pulpito a la derecha del mihrab
Picasso
Guernica (ciudad Basque bombardeado en la guerra civil de Espana), Arte Cubista
Hatching
shading done by drawing tiny, closely set parallel lines.
form
objects or figures having the illution of being 3-D on a 2-D surface
balance
refers to the arrangement of visual elements in a work of art equally; 2 types: formal/symmetrical and informal/asymmetrical
Gods of the Modern World, Orozco, 1932
self-portrait
a pic. of yourself created by yourself.
illustrate
to provide pictures, maps, or diagrams that help to clarify
Figure and ground
in two-dimensional images, the relationship between a shape we perceive as dominant (the figure) and the background shape we perceive it against (the ground). Figure shapes are also known as positive shapes, while the shapes of the ground are negative shapes. Psychologists have identified a list of principles we use to decide which shapes are figure and which ground. When none of these conditions are met, our brain organizes the information first one way and then another, an effect known as figure-ground ambiguity.
a color found on the color wheel.
hue
value
reps lightness or darkness of a hue
The Night Watch
One of Rembrandt's most famous paintings was :
Monochromatic
Variations of the same hue, often with different values and intensity
Lino Tagliapietra
an Italian glass blower, know for engraving designs into blown glass
analogous
colors adjacent to one another on the color wheel
collage
artwork created by pasting cut or torn material, such as paper, photographs, and fabric, to a flat surface
Proportion
Comparing the size of parts to the whole.
andy warhol
did paintings of soup cans, coke bottles, famous people
binder
the material used in paint that causes pigment particles to adhere to one another and to the support; for example, lineseed oil or acrylic polymer
Hellenistic Period
Idealism of classical art gives way to a higher degree of naturalism; Dramatic expressions; a term that refers to spread of Greek culture eastward through Asia Minor, Egypt, and Meso (all conquered by Alex the Great); dated around Alex's death in 323 BCE
School of athens
Raphael
tried to combine strength of M.A and Devinci
Plaedo and aristotle in center
that area in a composition at which the emphasis is greatest
focal point
Warm Colors
yellow to red-violet they seem to come foreward
Two types of Cubism are ________ and _________.
Analytic and synthetic
4 advances in gothic architecture
pointed arch, ribbed vaults, flying buttress, stained glass windows
Prix de Rome
award given out by the Academy to an artist, allows him to travel to Rome and further his artistic studies (Jean Honore Fragonard)
a proposito, que has oido de el/la..?
by the way,what have you heard about the..?
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