Quiz 13- Painting
Terms in this set (18)
Paint in its most basic form is composed of ________ and a liquid binder.
This component of paint has traditionally been extracted from minerals, soils, vegetable matter, and animal by-products.
This is not a traditional paint binder.
The binding agent in encaustic painting is ________.
The best surface to paint the medium of encaustic on is fabric.
This painting process relies on freshly applied lime plaster to hold the pigment in place.
There are two types of fresco. Fresco secco, which means "dry fresco," and this kind, which means "good fresco."
Taking four years to complete, the Sistine Chapel ceiling was painted by this artist in sections using the buon fresco method.
The binding agent for tempera paint is ________.
The transparency of oil paint allows a painter to use a process called ______ in order to add a high degree of luminosity to a painting.
scumming? (others said glazing)
This medium is made of pigment suspended in water so that it adheres to the fibers of paper to which it is commonly applied. Usually there is a small amount of gum arabic in this medium, and it most often uses only black pigment.
This painting medium is transparent, applied to a paper surface, and has a gum arabic binder (the French version uses honey.)
This painting medium is opaque, applied to a paper surface, and uses a gum arabic binder.
This contemporary painting medium uses a polymer resin as a binder.
One of the advantages of acrylic paint is that it can be cleaned up using this liquid.
If an artist wanted to work on a painting over a number of days, blending and making changes, acrylic paint would be a good medium to use.
Painting that integrates many different painting media and materials is classified as ________ painting.
This painting technique was used by the prehistoric cave painters of Pech Merle, France, and is still used by contemporary graffiti artists.