APAH - Early Europe and Colonial America
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treatment of light and shade in drawing and painting, an effect of contrasted light and shadow created by light falling unevenly or particular direction.
landscape, portraiture, still life, religious themes, events, or any kind of traditionally idealized subjects matter.
technique of allowing tones and colors to shade gradually into one another, producing softened outlines or hazy forms.
technique of mural painting executed upon freshly-laid, or wet lime plaster.
geometric shapes within a painting or photograph that can help strengthen the composition.
a painting or work of art executed directly on a wall.
strong, course cloth used for painting and etc.
in its original place.
piece of thick textile with pictures or designs formed by weaving.
a band of molding, resembling an architrave, around the lower curve of an arch.
a pointed oval figure used as an architectural feature.
a side post or surface of a doorway, window, fireplace, or pillar.
a section of wall or a pillar between two openings, a pillar dividing a large doorway in a church.
a doorway, gate, or other entrance, large elaborate.
container for holy relics.
a sculpted figure projects from the background.
decorative work in which enamel, glass, or gemstones are separated by strips of flattened wire placed edge ways on a metal backing.
a vertical recessed triangle shape forming the center of a pediment, decorated.
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