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ART 1133 Study Guide for Exam 1 - Unit I -- Introduction to Art, Chapter 1.1 through 1.10 INTRODUCTION: Hokusai is said to have used a live chicken's...

INTRODUCTION:
Hokusai is said to have used a live chicken’s footprints in a painting that
communicated ______.
William G. Wall’s print “Fort Edward” is a vehicle for expressing the artist’s
thoughts about __________ .
Western artists since the Renaissance have usually considered ______ to be
the highest forms of art.
Traditionally, artists in China learned their craft by ______.
Stolen art loses much of its value because ______
Art is sometimes censored by the authorities because of___________.
The Nazis’ Degenerate Art Exhibition contained work that ______.
African masks displayed in museums were originally made ______.
CHAPTER, 1. PART 1.1:
These 1300-year-old South American drawings, which include an enormous
image of a spider, were first discovered by overflying commercial aircraft
because they are so huge.____________
A line can be a mark that connects ___________________.
Barbara Hepworth uses line to plan and visualize her three-dimensional
artwork. What kind of three-dimensional artwork does she
produce?__________.
This kind of line tends to be more visually active so it can draw the viewer's
attention.________. Vertical lines tend to communicate __________ . Line
can be used as a tool to __________ .
Dashes and grids in The Devil Made Me Do It, by Sauerkids, are a good
example of this kind of line____________.
CHAPTER, 1. PART 1.2:
Which of these is a form? Triangle, Circle, Pyramid, Square, Rectangle.
Which of these is not a geometric form? Leaf, Sphere, Cube, Pyramid,
Cylinder.
The human figure communicates the rich experience of humanity, and artists
emulate this experience using this kind of form:________
This use of scale can create an abnormal or supernatural effect, and was
used by the Surrealists to do just that____________.
This famous object is the largest carving in the world created from a single
stone____________.
This element of art is used to describe the solidity of a form, such as that of
the Colossal Olmec Heads____________.
Something done on a monumental scale usually indicates __________
Scale can be used to indicate importance but not __________ .
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A work that is created in small scale can communicate __________ .
This kind of shape is mathematically regular and precise___________.
Frank Gehry’s design for the Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao, uses contrasts
of:___________.
Artists use this kind of texture if they want to contradict a viewer's normal
expectations of a textured surface_____________.
CHAPTER, 1. PART 1.3:
Hokusai’s print of The Great Wave off Shore at Kanagawa uses compositional
unity in which of these ways?
Artists sometimes use this method of applying value to give a feeling of
three-dimensionality___________.
This type of perspective is used by game designers because it allows them to
create depth using parallel diagonal lines._____________________
Raphael's School of Athens depicts this:_______________
Artists anticipate the effects of light on an object by subtle variations
in____________.
Different systems of perspective organize and distribute lines and forms in
two-dimensional space, allowing artists to create a convincing sense of
________________.
An artist can create an illusion of depth using only color by varying the
______
CHAPTER, 1. PART 1.4:
_________ is the most vivid element of art and design.
The traditional primary colors are______________.
This is a kind of color "map" that allows an artist to assess quickly the
attributes of colors as they relate to each other_________________.
Secondary colors can be created from a mixture of_____________ Matisse
was interested in using vibrant colors to __________ .
This color with a cool temperature is often used to describe a depressed
psychological state of mind_______________.
Reflected light excites __________ that line the back of our eyes, and their
signals are reprocessed and interpreted as color in our brains.
A color that is lighter than its basic hue is called a __________ .
During his lifetime, Vincent van Gogh ______.
When Paul Gauguin chose yellow for his work Yellow Christ, he chose the
color for its __________ qualities.
Color mixtures using light, like those in digital displays, are called
__________ color mixtures.
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CHAPTER, 1. PART 1.5:
Barbara Hepworth uses line to plan and visualize her three-dimensional
artwork. What kind of three-dimensional artwork does she produce?
Nancy Holt examines cycles of time in her work. In her sculpture “Solar
Rotary”, Holt examines the _________________________.
Dorothea Lange took a series of photos of a family in what kind of living
quarters______________.
Bernini’s sculpture Apollo and Daphne implies motion. What kind of motion is
being depicted______________.
This type of art involves viewing actual motion and the artist's body in the
work ________________________
CHAPTER, 1. PART 1.6:
A good example of variety in a work would be __________
An artist creates compositional unity by __________
Hokusai’s print of The Great Wave off Shore at Kanagawa uses compositional
unity in which of these ways?_________________
The great masters of the Renaissance understood the importance
of________in their works.
Conceptual unity refers to the ______ ______ ______ ______ within a work
of art.
The focal point of Rauschenberg's sculpture Monogram is __________
If a work can be cut in half and each side looks exactly (or nearly exactly)
the same, then it is __________ balanced.
CHAPTER, 1. PART 1.7:
Scale refers to size.
In Egyptian art the Pharaoh was almost always depicted in this
way.______________
This use of scale can create an abnormal or supernatural effect, and was
used by the Surrealists to do just that._________
When a Yoruba sculptor created a human form, he or she made this body
part disproportionately large:__________
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CHAPTER, 1. PART 1.8:
This is a specific place of visual emphasis in a work of art_____________.
Blue Interior by Mark Tobey focuses the viewer's attention squarely on this
area of emphasis:_________
In Bruegel's Landscape with the Fall of Icarus, the viewer is directed away
from Icarus plunging into the sea through the use of __________ .
In Artemisia Gentileschi's work Judith Decapitating Holofernes, the viewer is
directed to the __________ that is indicated by directional lines.
All the elements and principles of art can serve to create emphasis.
Both________and________ _____ shape out examination of a work of art
by directing the movement of our gaze.
CHAPTER, 1. PART 1.9:
Artists use pattern and rhythm to bring order to ____________
When events recur, this creates a_____________
_________arises through the repetition of pattern.
Artists frequently rely on _______ and __________to ground their work.
CHAPTER, 1. PART 1.10:
Artists have many tools at their disposal, which we call the _________ and
_________ of art.
If we can recognize the objects or people in a work of art, it is __________
The tools of formal analysis help us to __________
Psychological analysis of Nighthawks by the artist Edward Hopper tells us
that the painter was __________
A formal analysis of Las Meninas by Diego de Silva y Velázquez would
concentrate on this aspect of the work:___________________
Picasso studied and copied Las Meninas because __________
Name at least five (5) of the elements of art.
Identify at least five (5) of the principles of art.
Your textbook discusses a wide variety and methods to analyze a work
of art. Explain any three (3) these Modes of Analysis that are
discussed in the textbook.
ART 1133 Study Guide for Exam 1 Unit I --‐ Introduction to Art, Chapter 1.1 through 1.10 INTRODUCTION: Hokusai is said to have used a live chicken’s footprints in a painting that communicated ______. William G. Wall’s print  “Fort Edward”  is a vehicle for expressing the artist’s thoughts about __________ . Western artists since the Renaissance have usually considered ______ to be the highest forms of art. Traditionally, artists in China learned their craft by ______. Stolen art loses much of its value because ______ Art is sometimes censored by the authorities because of___________. The Nazis’ Degenerate Art Exhibition contained work that ______. African masks displayed in museums were originally made ______. CHAPTER, 1. PART 1.1: These 1300-year-old South American drawings, which include an enormous image of a spider, were first discovered by overflying commercial aircraft because they are so huge.____________ A line can be a mark that connects ___________________. Barbara Hepworth uses line to plan and visualize her three-dimensional artwork. What kind of three-dimensional artwork does she produce?__________. This kind of line tends to be more visually active so it can draw the viewer's attention.________. Vertical lines tend to communicate __________ . Line
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can be used as a tool to __________ . Dashes and grids in  The Devil Made Me Do It , by Sauerkids, are a good example of this kind of line____________. CHAPTER, 1. PART 1.2: Which of these is a form?  Triangle, Circle, Pyramid, Square, Rectangle. Which of these is not a geometric form?  Leaf, Sphere, Cube, Pyramid, Cylinder. The human figure communicates the rich experience of humanity, and artists emulate this experience using this kind of form:________ This use of scale can create an abnormal or supernatural effect, and was used by the Surrealists to do just that____________. This famous object is the largest carving in the world created from a single stone____________. This element of art is used to describe the solidity of a form, such as that of the Colossal Olmec Heads____________. Something done on a monumental scale usually indicates __________ Scale can be used to indicate importance but not __________ . 2 A work that is created in small scale can communicate __________ . This kind of shape is mathematically regular and precise___________. Frank Gehry’s design for the Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao, uses contrasts of:___________. Artists use this kind of texture if they want to contradict a viewer's normal expectations of a textured surface_____________. CHAPTER, 1. PART 1.3: Hokusai’s print of  The Great Wave off Shore at Kanagawa  uses compositional unity in which of these ways? Artists sometimes use this method of applying value to give a feeling of three-dimensionality___________. This type of perspective is used by game designers because it allows them to create depth using parallel diagonal lines._____________________ Raphael's  School of Athens  depicts this:_______________ Artists anticipate the effects of light on an object by subtle variations in____________. Different systems of perspective organize and distribute lines and forms in two-dimensional space, allowing artists to create a convincing sense of
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