Carbon material obtained by heating wood used for drawing
Chris Ofili Prince Among Thieves with Flowers
Carbon combined with soft clay and encased in wood, like the modern day pencil.
Thin wire instrument made of gold silver or other metal used to draw on a specially prepared ground. The lines made with the metal tip will tarnish to a light gray
Finely textured stone and combination of clay and natural minerals used for drawing
Compressed pigment mixed with clay and a greasy binder used for drawing.
Crayons made of ground pigments and a gum binder used for drawing.
Particles of color ground from natural and synthetic materials
Known as a vehicle, binds the pigment to the surface.
The material to be painted on such as canvas, wood, paper, or a wall.
Greek for "burning in" Pigment mixed with hot wax and resin.
Buon (true) Fresco
Paint applied to fresh wet plaster on prepared wall.
Paint applied to a dry wall surface.
Preparatory drawing for wall frescoes. The design is outlined with punctured holes that are then used to transfer image to wall.
Pigment mixed with water thickened with egg, and applied to a prime surface.
Pigment binds with various oils to produce a rich, intense paint.
Pigment combined with water and a binder of gum Arabic.
Water based paint mixed with an acrylic (synthetic plastic) resin
Images on floors, walls, and ceilings made by arranging stones, tiles, or pieces of colored glass (tesserae) and embedding them into a surface.
Number of prints determined by an artist to be printed from a single plate.
Any painting method in which the image to be printed is raised from the background - includes woodcut and linocut.
Artist cuts design into wood, the areas not meant to be printed are cut away and the ink is laid on top of raised surfaces.
Artists cuts into linoleum, a soft rubber-like material, and ink is laid on top of raised surface.
"to cut into" Artist cuts into metal plate to create a design includes engraving, etching, aquatint, drypoint.
Artist uses a burin to incise lines into a metal plate to create a design.
Artist uses a drypoint needle to draw into a metal plate. Raised area of metal created by the needle is called a burr which will create a fuzzy, blurry appearance when finished.
Plate is covered with acid-resistant ground. Artist then draws designs into the ground with etching needle, and plate is put into acid to bite away at exposed metal surface.
"tinting with water" Metal plate is covered with acid resistant ground which is then heated and slightly melts. Artist works in shapes to create design and repeated submerges plate in acid while "stopping out" certain shapes to create different tones and colors.
First practical photographic process which was invented in 1839. The image is directly reproduced into a prepared copper plate.
Figures projects from a background surface: low relief and high-relief.
Pose suggestive of movement, thus life, in standing human form. Weight is placed on one of the figures feet, setting off a series of adjustments to the hips and shoulders that produce a subtle s- curve
Generally a large scale work comprised of land or earth
Molding a material into a desired form or shape.
The process of making a sculpture by pouring liquid into a mold, letting it harden, and then releasing it, i.e, bronze, plaster, clay, or plastic resin.
The technique of creating a sculpture by grouping together distinct elements: an assemblage.
A subtractive technique in which a mass of material such as stone or wood is shaped by cutting.
Post and lintel
Two up right beams supporting a horizontal lintel or beam.
No base, plain slab stone capital
No Base, plain slab stone capital
Stepped base and capital with two spirals or volutes.
Detalied stepped base and capital with a stylized bouquet of acanthus leaves
A half-round arch extended in depth in a interior space.
A style of architecture and art dominant in Europe from the 10th- 12th century. Influenced by Roman architecture, the Romanesque style emphasizes the round arch and the barrel vault.
The taller central space flanked by aisles in basilicas or churches.
Style of art and architecture from the 10th to the 16th centuries, most notably in cathedrals which are characterized by soaring interiors, large stained glass windows, pointed arches, and flying buttresses.
In architecture, an exterior support that counteracts the thrust of an arch, dome, or wall and runs from a freestanding pier to an outer wall.
An open cylindrical interior space, usually covered by a dome.
when a beam is extended beyond a supporting column or wall, the overhanging portion
Chris Ofili Prince Among Thieves with flowers 1999
Pencil on paper with graphite.
Tiny dots that are actually tiny heads with afros.
Pablo Picasso First composition study for Guernica May 1, 1937,
Pencil on blue paper
Later to be finished with oil.
German planes bombing the basque town.
Filippino Lippi Figure studies
Heightened with white gouache on pale pink prepared paper
Cafe Concert, c. 1480
Men standing around looking at a woman on stage singing
Rembrandt Cottage Among the Trees 1648
Pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash on paper
Collage Charcoal pasted, pasted paper, and gouache.
Rectangular shapes pasted into his drawings
Imitation-wood grain wallpaper rectangular shapes of newspaper.
Mia Pearlman Inrush 2009
Draws shapes cuts out positive negative shapes.
"These drawings and their shadows capture a weightless world in flux, frozen in time, tottering on the brink of being and not being."
Encaustic Pigments mixed with wax and resin when the colors are heated, the wax melts and the paint can be brushed easily. When the wax cools the paint hardens. After the painting is complted there may be a final burning in as heat source is passed close to the surface of the painting to fuse the colors.
Jasper Johns Numbers in Color
Encaustic on canvas
Collage on canvas.
Depicts Greek philosophers Aristotle and Plato. Centered and framed by an arch.
Along with their students of philosophy.
Jan van Eyck
Portrait of a man 1433
Oil on oak panel.
Trompe-l'eoil lettering so convincing that it appears to have been carved. The inscription at the bottom announces that Van Eyck made me" the inscription at the top is the painters personal motto, leading many scholars to believe that the work is a self-portrait.
John Singer Sargent
Graphite on paper
Mausoleum of Galla Placida
Two apostles standing to either side of an alabaster window panel raise their hands in greeting
Principals of linear perspective
Light from the window lion whom he saved by removing a thorn from his paw.
Loise Bourgeois Spider
similar to engraving, uses drypoint needle to scratch at a surface to create real texture.
Christ preaching to jews
Color painted with Aquatint
admired Japanese woodcuts and scrolls, made a European medium
2 point perspective
active pop scene in california
conceptual edge sunset strip
was a painter who made his living producing panormaic dioramis, room-size backlit paintings that appeared to change from daylight to dusk as the illumination behind them decreased
- composed these large painted scenes with a camera obscura, a tedious process requiring hrs of tracing
- his interest in photography stemmed from desire to speed up painting process
Lange's best-known photograph
The woman in the photo is Florence Owens Thompson
The picture was based on the image showing the strength and need of migrant workers
reaction against the mass use of photography
proof that a photograph can say something deep like a painting
has vectors and formal elements like a painting
2nd quote on slide list corresponds to this piece
focus on shapes, not people
commenting on life, SYMBOLISM, internal emotions
photographer and a scientist.
Leland Stanford sought Muybridge's assistance in settling a bet about whether, at any point in a stride, all four feet of a horse galloping at top speed were off the ground. Through his sequential photography, as seen in Horse Galloping, Muybridge proved they were.
details too quick for the human eye to capture.
Relief: Sculpture in which forms project from but remain attached to a background surface.
Late classic period, c 680 c.e. - Limestone - Maya Culture - Palenque, Mexico
Relief on the lid of Maya King Hanab Pakal's sarcophagus.
Shows him at the moment of his death falling backward like the setting sun, into the skeletal jaws of an earth monster on his way to Xibalba.
One of the forms of the goddess Devi. Gods created her to slay the buffalo-demon Mahisasura, whom they were unable to overcome. She is usually depicted riding a lion or tiger, each of her multiple arms bearing a weapon given to her by the other gods. She refused to marry until beaten in combat. Always in control unlike her creation, Kali
married yet never depicted with Siva
her victory in the battle is celebrated annually in a festival called Durga Puja
not understood as a spouse goddess because she has NO children - something which complicates her status as a married goddess
Sculpture carved by quartz blades.
Carries dynamics of Contrapposto Counter poise counter balance sets the body in a gentle S shaped curve through a play of opposites.
Roman marble copy, probably after a bronze original
ephigy mounds-look like animals
quarter of a mile in length
snake associated with fertility, earth, and production of crops
installation art outdoors.
Carved as bundles of stems capped by stylized papyrus flower buds.
stone columns support rows of heavy stone lintels, with each lintel spanning two columns.
Location: Nimes, France Culture: Roman aqueduct used to bring water into the city mastered by romans
-Contains flying buttresses to allow more light into the interior, representing the relationship between light and God.
Ceiling coffered ornamented with recessed rectangles which lessens the weight of the structure.
Oculus eye of the heavens.
Engraving of his work is all that is left.
Built for the Great Exhibition by Joseph Paxton. Cast Iron and glass. Was built, moved, and rebuilt in England then burned down
Looked like a giant greenhouse. 108 feet tall.
Employed steel framework sheathed in masonry other architects had experimented with steel support traditionally architectural forms and make the construction seem reliably sturdy
Cantilever: Protruding parts of the building giving the feeling that the building is more so a part of the waterfall.
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