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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. tint
  2. Foreshortening
  3. Intensity
  4. vantage point
  5. Stone Age
  1. a color that is lighter than a hue's normal value (i.e.: pink is a tint of red)
  2. b Prehistoric period dating from approximately 1,500,000 B.C., when people used stone tools
  3. c degree of purity of a color
  4. d point of view of the observer
  5. e Use of perspective to represent an object extending back in space

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. color sensation imparted by a nearby object in clear daylight
  2. painting applied to, and made integral with, the surface of a wall
  3. Color whose pure hue has been "broken" through the addition of another, often complementary, color
  4. degree of lightness (high value) or darkness (low value) in a hue
  5. flat surface of a drawing, painting, or relief

5 True/False questions

  1. AfterimageVisual sensation that persists after the external stimulus that first caused it has ceased

          

  2. vanishing pointpoint of view of the observer

          

  3. simultaneous contrastBook written by hand; mainly referring to medieval and Renaissance books.

          

  4. ChiaroscuroThick application of paint, usually oil or acrylic, to a canvas or panel

          

  5. DivisionismPainting technique in which color is built up through the use of dots of color