Art Final Information part Flashcards

Art
Terms Definitions
Onduladas
Wavy
Impressionism
pointillism
muralista
mural
éclatante
very bright
David
Napoleon NEOCLASSICAL
el siglo
century
disdain
el desdén
dirigir
to direct
alzar
to lift/raise up
dar golpes
to stamp
forms
three dimmensional area
The Wandering Saltimbanques
Daumier
Dali
Surrealism
Persistence of Memory
obra teatral
theatrical work, play
Berthe Morisot
subject matter: family
primary colors
red yellow blue
main church in a monastery
Katholikon
abstract
color/shapes used to show emotion
__________________ is the comparative relationship of things to one another.
Proportion
Surreal
realistic, but like a dream
Eugene Delecroix was a ________
romanticist
(148) Labille-Guiard was the daughter of a____.
merchant
modeling
(in sculpture) transforming clay or wax into a form; (in painting) varying colors to suggest a three-dimensional quality
Fauvism
style of painting with shockingly bright colors and twisted forms of human figures
Context
the personal and social circumstances surrounding the making, viewing, and interpreting of a work of art; the varied connections of a work of art to the larger world of its time and place.
Bernini
St. Peters Basilica, Baldaquino (sobre altar), columna salomónica, Barroco
France
Cubism was mainly in this country
pattern
The geometric or regular arrangement of something in a study area
subtraction
subtraction is the act of removing
nihilist philosophy
the philosophical doctrine suggesting the negation of one or more meaningful aspects of life.
cloisonne
an enamel technique in which metal wire or strips are affixed to the surface to form the design. The resulting areas are filled with enamel, colored glass
where is the quwwatal Islam Mosque located?
Delhi
rhythm, movement, pattern, balance, proportion, variety, emphasis and harmony
principles of art
Abbot Handerson Thayer
Virgin, Angel -Academic Classicism (more real, more movement.)
Saturn Devouring One of His Children, Spain, Romanticism, Goya
Post Impressionism
general term applied to various personal styles of painting by French artists that developed ~ 1885-1900 in reaction to what these artists saw as the somewhat formless and aloof quality of impressionist painting. These painters were concerned with the significance of form, symbols, expressiveness, and psychological intensity. can be separated into 2 groups: expressionists (van Gogh and Gauguin) and formalists (Cezanne and Seurat).
counterchange
variation in a pattern created by reversing colors in alternate motifs.
entrer dans le détail
to go into detail
Pinnacle
a sharply pointed ornament capping a pier or a flying buttress
What's the differnece btw shape and form
shape=2d,form=3d
What is a tell, tepe, or huyuk?
a mound
Earthenware
Usually made from local clay fired at a low temperature. It has gritty surface and is often slightly porous.
Tint
Hue plus white, the light side of value
Uncanny
is a Freudian concept of an instance where something can be familiar, yet foreign at the same time, resulting in a feeling of it being uncomfortably strange.
Shape
an area contained by an implied line. has length and width
Movement
a way of combining visual elements to produce a sense of action or implied motion
Folk
art done by those with no formal training in the arts. Older generations teaches it to you.
Paul Cezanne
often called the "Father of Modern Art"
Overlap
place an object over part of another object to show depth.
fresco style
any of several related mural painting types, done on plaster on walls or ceilings.
apotheosis??
Up above
Titus riding on the back of an eagle
The (apotheosis)-becoming a god
of Titus
implied lines
lines that are recognized by the brain and the eye but are not really present
form
a 3D object or space. has depth or volume like in a sculpture, or can appear to have depth or volume like in a painting or drawing.
neutral colors
contain equal parts of each of the three primary colors - black, white, gray, and sometimes brown
grog
ground fired clay that is added to a clay body
Acrylic
A clear plastic used as a vehicle in paints.
split-complementary
on the color wheel, a hue that is combined with hues on either side of its complement
Analogous Colors
A color scheme based on hues that are adjacent on a color wheel, such as red, red-orange, orange and yellow-orange
horizontal
a line or shape that lies down and is parallel to the top and bottom edges of the paper
Give the definition of line
continuous mark with length and direction and is an element of art which refers to the continuous mark that is drawn on a surface
chalk and oil pastels
a stick of color made from powdered pigment mixed with a binder such as resin or gum
applied art
A work of art meant to be useful as well as visually pleasing
What is an example of an organic shape
free form irregular shapes that suggest living organisms such as fish or flowers
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