Extra credit #4
What Does art mean in your life
Art is a part of my life because wherever I go there is always art that is
surrounding me. Art influences my life because there is art all around our campus as well
4/13/11 Auguste Rodin Rodin was in his mid-twenties at the time photos were taken The Gates of Hell Was a turning point in his career Based on Dante's epic poem of 1320, "The Divine Comedy", specifically on "The Inferno" (Fill in the blanks) There are 25.
January 21, 2011 Form is the way a work of art looks Form refers to everything about the visual and physical appearance of the artwork Form includes: subject matter, style, media (including technique and materials, the visual elements (such as color, spac
2/2/11 Shchukin one of Matisse main collectors Subjects and themes that typify his oeuvre (Matisse): the beauty of the human body, still life subjects, and domestic interiors With cubism, subjects are flattened into planes and geometricv facets, and then
2/7/11 George Segal Standing Woman Looking Into Mirror, 1996 This is a depictive work of art Go over pg. 51 (abstract) Is it figurative? Is it nonobjective? Is it abstract? Coffee cups (abstract) landscape design is the alteration of the earth for aesthet
2/28/11 When saving this assignment title as follows: Label both Word document and submission title with (last name_first_afghan paper EX: Lee_Pamela_Afghan Paper Do not use safari or chrome when submitting To submit this assignment Save your paper as Wor
1/24 (pg.35) Art Noveau (what, where, when Roughly 1890-1914, across Europe and America The forms are reminiscent of plants, flowers, insects The style is marked by lyrical linearity and rich, decorative ornamentation Inspired by: Nature (plants, insects)
1/26/11 Style refers to an identifiable and recognizable set of visual characteristics. This identifiable set of characteristics can be associated with a particular artist, a group of artists in a period of time, or with a culture.
Representational art ob
1/28/11 Realism or naturalism, is the portrayal of people and objects as they are seen to be in nature Accuracy is emphasized There are no deliberate distortions, nor expressionistic liberties American Gothic made by Grant Wood in 1930 from Iowa Trompe-l'
3/4/11 (* means on exam) *The three primary qualities (or properties) of color are: hue, value, and intensity (or saturation) Hue the name of the color, and is determined by the electromagnetic wavelength of light. In white light, all the colors of the sp
3/9/11 Vincent Van Gogh (Yellow House at Arles) Became lonely and missed Paris people who would talk a lot about art. Thought Paul Gauguin would be perfect because of his charisma and fearlessness of standing in front of a group to speak his mind. Exchang
3/23/11 The two asian ladies, and the one with black lady question about arse The subject matter consists of the figures, objects, or shapes portrayed in the work. Only 6 slides What is the pictorial device that if your depicting a human figure, that its
3/28/11 Pigments the dry powdery coloring agents that are mixed with a binder before being used as paint. Medium has two generally accepted meanings: Medium refers to the material and the technique used by an artist in creating a work. medium/binding medi
3/30/11 Oil paint came into frequent use during the early 1400's in Flanders when artists wanted to realistically depict nature in their paintings. Pentimento Because of the increasing translucency of linseed oil, and because of over painting that is not
1/19/10 Norman Rockwell Cover for the Saturday Evening Post, 1953 Painting - "Girl with black eye" Viewing art Look and see sometimes illicit emotional response Sometimes illicit intellectual response Feeling Emotions involved Sometimes having physical fe
4/6/11 Screenprinting/Silkscreen/Serigraphy The printmaker blocks out the screen areas that are not meant to print The screen is placed over the paper. Ink passes through areas not blocked out It works like a stencil Silkscreen printing works in a way som
The Beautiful Treasures of Afghanistan What comes to mind when people first think of Afghanistan? Many people will think of it as the hiding place for the terrorist Osama bin Laden, but there is a much more rich and intriguing past to this country. The ta
Fine Arts Study Guide Exam 3
1. When did the Realism movement begin?
a. 19 the Century
2. What did Realist artist depict in their work?
a. Everyday and ordinary rather than the heroic or exotic
3. Name one of the leaders of the Realist movement and one of
FA 101 Study Guide
1. What was the last phase of Greek art? The Hellinistic Period
2. What was the architectural hourglass technique used in the columns of the Parthenon? Estasis
3. What does this sculpture represent (Figure 4.2)? This statue
41. What was the New York School?
Painters associated with the first major postwar art movement are commonly referred to as the New
42. What art movement is associated with it?
43. What influenced this movement?
Extra credit #3
Select 3 works of art and give a critique for each (final paper must be at least 1 page/500
Mona Lisa: by Leonardo Da Vinci
I think that the Da Vinci was inspired to make the Mona Lisa because sh
Extra credit #3
Fine arts 101
how an art work comes to be. It doesnt just happen
A series of choices
o An artist chooses to make a piece of art. Looking at things around them or
experiences and try to expresses how they feel about what they are
o The artis
Fine arts test 2
1: 15.24 Smell from the lady and the unicorn
1. the most treasured medieval possessions more valuable by far then paintings were
tapestries- large woven hangings.
2. What were the roman multipurpose meeting halls called?
Elements of Design:
Shape and mass
ELEMENTS OF DESIGN
o Are lines that define the boundary of an object
4.4 and 4.2
o Those that are suggested through the placement of objects in the artwork
Shape and mass
o Shapes that do not really stand o
Study Guide Exam One
Elements of Design:
Line a path traced by a moving point
Contour the perceived edges of a 3D form that are used in 2D art to show that the
object is 3D
Outline a 2D line that defines an object
Implied lines a shape that is formed b