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Fall Painting Midterm
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the effect of atmosphere between the object and the viewer. The use of bluer, lighter, and duller hues for distant objects help to create this illusion of depth.
area of a picture that appears farthest from the viewer
organization of visual elements
the edges or outline of figures or objects
degree of recession depicted in an artwork
area of an image that appears closest to the viewer
precise shapes that can be described using mathematical formulas
displaying movements of forms
technique that provides transition from one element to another this measured change provides a unifying movement.
a line that divides the atmosphere from the ground
Drawing or painting objects, figures, or scenes from actual observation
A mathematical system for creating the illusion of space and distance on a flat surface. Parallel lines that recede into the distance appear to get closer together or converge
Material used to create artwork
area of an artwork that is between the foreground and the background
depiction of light and shade to give the illusion of three-dimensional volume
Refers to shapes or forms having irregular edges or to surfaces or objects resembling things existing in nature.
the surface of an artwork
use of light and shadow to give depth in relation to light sources
a preliminary artwork
a group of nonmoving objects that are subject matter for an artwork
having three dimensions, length, width, and depth
having two dimensions, length and width
scale showing the range of values from black to white or light to dark
point on the horizon line where receding parallel lines meet in a perspective artwork
artwork in which the subject matter is stated in brief, simplified manner. Little or no attempt is made to represent images realistically, and objects are often simplified or distorted
an artwork with no color; neutral such as black, white, and gray
colors that are light, bright, white and/or warm
refers closely related colors; a color scheme that combines several hues next to each other on the color wheel
Colors selected and used without reference to those found in reality.
intensity, brightness or dullness of a color
element of art derived from reflected or absorbed light from a surface
practical guidance to color mixing and visual effects of color combinations
colors that are opposite from each other on the color wheel. Red/green, blue/orange, and yellow/purple
blues, greens, and purples
refers to the name of a color
a color scheme involving the use of only one hue that can vary in value or intensity
A color scheme involving the use of many hues
the colors black, white, gray, and variations of brown.
Artwork with no recognizable object as an image
colors that cannot be mixed, pure colors. Red, yellow, and blue
properties of color
Characteristics of colors: hue, value, intensity.
an art style that sought to portray real people and situations with truth and accuracy
Colors that are: dull, dark, and cool
mixture of two different primary colors; purple, orange, and green
Mixture of a primary color with a secondary color
the mixture of a color and white
the mixture of a color and black
on the color wheel, three colors opposite each other on an equilateral triangle. For example; red, yellow, and blue or purple, orange, and green
reds, oranges, yellows
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