Living with art Test 2 Study guide
Last Modified: 2013-02-27
- Pencil on paper with graphite.
- Tiny dots that are actually tiny heads with afros.
- Black identity.
- Pencil on blue paper
- Later to be finished with oil.
- German planes bombing the basque town.
- Heightened with white gouache on pale pink prepared paper
- Conte Crayon
- Men standing around looking at a woman on stage singing
- Collage Charcoal pasted, pasted paper, and gouache.
- Rectangular shapes pasted into his drawings
- Imitation-wood grain wallpaper rectangular shapes of newspaper.
- Paper Installation
- 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.
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.
- 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.
- Graphite on paper
- Glass tesserae
- Two apostles standing to either side of an alabaster window panel raise their hands in greeting
- German Expressionism
- Principals of linear perspective
- Light from the window lion whom he saved by removing a thorn from his paw.
- 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
- 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.
- Low Relief
- 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.
- High Relief
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
- 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
- Mississippian, Ohio
- 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.
aqueduct used to bring water into the city mastered by romans
- Ceiling coffered ornamented with recessed rectangles which lessens the weight of the structure.
- Oculus eye of the heavens.
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