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Art App exam 2
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the material used in paint that causes pigment particles to adhere to one another.
a drawing medium developed in the late eighteenth century; similar to pencil in its graphic content, includes clay and small amounts of wax.
a pencil or stick of colored chalk or wax, used for drawing.
drawing one set of hatchings over another in a different direction so that the lines cross.
a light, liquid varnish sprayed over finished charcoal or pastel drawings to prevent smudging.
a particular material along with its accompanying technique.
is a line metal wire in a holder, it produces precise lines.
sticks of powdered pigment held together with a gum binding agent.
an instrument for writing or drawing with ink, typically consisting of a metal nib or ball, or a nylon tip, fitted into a metal or plastic holder.
a water-based paint that uses egg yolk as a binder. (egg tempera)
the first coat of paint, especially the initial painting on a canvas in which the major areas, tones, colors,and forms are indicated in mass.
paint that uses water-soluble gum as the binder and water as the vehicle; characterized by transparency.
works of art made with more than one medium.
a pen made from a main wing or tail feather of a large bird by pointing and slitting the end of the shaft.
paint that uses an acrylic polymer (a synthetic resin that provides a fast-drying, flexible film) as the binder and water as the vehicle.
a small-scale paint sprayer that allows the artist to control a fine mist of paint.
a work made by gluing various materials, such as paper scraps, photographs, and cloth, on a flat surface.
a type of painting in which pigment is suspended in a binder of hot wax.
a technique in which pigments suspended in water are applied to a damp lime-plaster surface.
a thin transparent or translucent layer brushed over another layer of paint, allowing the first layer to show through but enriching its color slightly.
an opaque, water-soluble paint.
the background in a two-dimensional work; the area around and between figure(s).
thick paint applied to a surface in a heavy manner, having the appearance and consistency of buttery paste or of cake frosting.
the symbolic meanings of subjects and signs used to convey ideas important to particular cultures or religions.
What are three outside influences on Romare Bearden's work?
Western European art, African sculpture, the art of his contemporaries in America and Mexico, and music (especially blues and jazz.)
How did Elizabeth Murray combine painting and sculpture?
By cutting out and layering her canvases
Define trompe l'oeil and provide example of an artwork which exemplifies its use.
Art that fools our eyes into believing that what we see as real. The Sistine chapel
Please list three of the four major styles of Roman fresco painting.
False Marble, Archetypal detail, ornamental style, fantastic style
The level of content refers to the many different aspects that one might consider to evaluate a work of art. We can evaluate any works in terms of (List at least three of the four.)
subject matter, significance and style
List the three painting techniques that J.M.W. Turner, used in Snow Storm
Steam-boat off a Harbour's Mouth, 1842. Oil on canvas?: Wastes, Wet into wet, and Imposto.
What are the characteristics of a mixed media artwork, give an example of an artist who utilizes these techniques.
using materials in unusual ways, ignoring the boundaries between 2-3 dimensional media. Anselm Kiefer
Action Photo 1
Vik Muniz "Pictures of Chocolate"
Drawing From Tide Table
Controller of the Universe
Drawing for Transient Rainbow
The Making of a Fresco "The Building of a City"
Giovanni Arnolfini and His Bride
Jan van Eyck
Snow Storm: Steam-Boat off a Harbour's Mouth
J.M.W. Turner, (1842)
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