06Art_Semester One Final Review
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a set of neighboring, related colors on a color wheel; orange, yellow-orange, yellow, and yellow-green are analogous colors that contain varying degrees of yellow
the quality of an artwork in which the elements are visually equal
colors found opposite each other on the color wheel; red and green are complementary colors
the effect of placing different values, colors, textures, or other elements next to one another to create emphasis or interest
colors that create a cool feeling in an artwork; blue, green, and violet are the cool colors
elements of art
the basic parts or things that make up works of art, including line, shape, color, value, form, texture, and space
creating an area in an artwork that stands out or draws your attention first
an object with height, width, and depth; examples of forms are cube, cylinder, sphere, and cone
colors made by mixing a primary and a secondary color together; yellow-green and blue-violet are intermediate colors
a set of colors consisting of a single color and its tints and shades
a time frame when artworks with similar characteristics were made
red, yellow, and blue; you cannot make these colors by mixing other colors
principles of design
the rules artists use for arranging the elements of art in artworks; they include proportion, pattern, movement, contrast, emphasis, balance, variety, and unity
the relationship of one part to another part; a pleasing balance between parts of a whole
an artwork that shows the colors, forms, and textures of a real object
orange, green, and violet; you can make these colors by mixing two primary colors
the color you get when you add black to any color to make it darker
the way an artwork looks or the way an artwork is made
a picture that stands for something
the color you get when you add white to any color to make it lighter
the feeling of oneness or wholeness in an artwork; when all the parts of a design fit together well
the lightness or darkness of a color
using different lines, shapes, colors, values, or forms to create interest in an artwork
colors that create a warm feeling in an artwork; red, orange, and yellow are the warm colors
American painter of "Mother and Child" who made pictures honoring motherhood and documented her view of the world.
American painter of "Washington Crossing the Delaware"; used the symbol of the American flag
American painter who used colors and shapes to express emotion.
American sculptor who created "Flamingo"; created abstract art to help viewers see things in a new way.
Roles of artists in society
to decorate objects used in everyday life; to document the world around them; to help people see things in new ways; to communicate for a cause; to show relationships between the elements and principles of design
Leonardo da Vinci
Italian artist who painted the "Mona Lisa" and studied the human body so he could paint it in perfect proportion
French Impressionist painter who used quick brushstrokes to capture the impression of a scene before the light changed. Painter of "Waterlilies" and "The Artist's Garden at Giverny"
American Pop artist who used the kinds of dots, lines, and colors you see in comic books; painted "Reverie"
the Armory Show
An American Art event that brought about a change in the way Americans saw artwork -- from realistic to impressionistic -- and helped American artists begin experimenting with impressionism
a painting, drawing, photograph, or engraving of a person, especially one depicting only the face or head and shoulders.
a portrait of an artist produced or created by that artist.
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