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In representational painting, sensa are
associated with specific objects or events
pigment bound by egg yolk
In abstract painting, sensa are
dissociated form specific objects or events
this media produces the greatest range, richness, and subtlety.
line, color, texture, and composition
the basic elements of painting
fresco, tempra, acrylic
these types of media dominated painting in the West.
the purity, vividness, or intensity of a color
timeless and the sensuous
Rothko's Earth Greens is an exceptional example of
the emphasis achieved by the scaling of sizes or shapes
abstract and representational
Frankenthaler's The Bay is
all of a painting being present at one time
The "all of onceness" of a painting refers to
definite objects and events are not part of the content
A painting by which artist lent its name to the entire Impressionist movement.
The gradual variations in shape, color value, and shadowing in Siqueiros's Echo of a Scream refer to
the basic materials used to create art
the revelation of mass-produced products
this is used with pigment to keep it in solution and permit it to be applied to canvas, wood, plaster, and other substances
this approach to painting expressing the subconscious, protraying sense in movement witht the expression of powerful emotion or energy
this approach to painting portrayed strong emotion, using three dimensional qualities of things.
pigment dissolved in lime water applied to wet plaster as it is drying
any qualities that stimulate our vision
the pigments are bound in a water-soluble adhesive, such as gum-arabic, a gummy plant substance.
using duco and aluminum paint, house paint, oils, even grit, and sand, paper fibers
a form of plastic resin that dries very quickly adn is flexible for the artist to apply and use.
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