ART 1010 - FINAL part 1

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  1. Unknown god
    Ka
  2. The practice of forming ideas, esp. unrealistically 
    Idealism 
  3. A style & theory of representation based on the accurate decription of detail. 
    Naturalism 
  4. A round building or room, esp. one with a dome.
    Rotunda 
  5. A 19th-Century movement that rejected the idealized historical & mythological subjects of academic Neoclassicism. 
    Realism
  6. Front of a building, especially an imposing or decorative one.
    Facade
  7. The central part of a church building, intended to accommodate most of the congregation.
    Nave
  8. (in a cross-shaped church) Either of the two parts forming the arms of the cross shape, projecting at right angles from the nave.
    Transept
  9. A passage between rows of seats in a building such as a church or theater, an airplane, or a train.
    Aisles
  10. The Vitruvian Man is world - reowened drawing.
    Canon of Proportions
  11. Upper part of the nave, choir, & transepts of a large church. 
    Clerestory
  12. Large semicircle or polygonal recess in a church
    Apse
  13. A vault forming half a cyclinder
    Barrel Vault
  14. Produced by the intersection at the right. 
    Groin Vault
  15. Buttress slanting from seperate pier, forming an arch.  
    Flying Buttress
  16. A curved triangle of vaulting formed by the intersection of a dome with supporting arches. 
    Pendentives
  17. Neoclassicism is th ename given to quiet distinct movements in the decorative & visual arts. 
    Classical Revival
  18. A renaissance culture movement that turned away from medieval scholasticism & revived interest in ancient Greek & Rome thought. 
    Humanism
  19. The 16th-Century movement for the reform of absuses in the Roman Cathloic Church.
    Reformation
  20. A category of artistic composition. 
    Genre
  21. The use or study of images or symbols in visual arts.
    Iconography
  22. A group of Catholic leaders that met between 1545 and 1563 to respond to Protestant challenges and direct the future of the Catholic Church.
    Council of Trent
  23. Attempts by the Catholic church and secular Catholic authorities to stem the flow of Protestantism and reform some of the worst excesses of medieval Catholicism.
    Counter Reformation 
  24. A technique of painting that emphaisizes the effect of chiaroscuro. Larger amounts of dark value are placed close to smaller areas of highly contrasting light, which change suddenly, in order to concentrate attention on important fetures.
    Tenebrism
  25. The treatment of light and shade in drawing and painting
    Chiaroscuro 
  26. A darkened box with a convex lens or aperture for projecting the image of an external object onto a screen inside. It is important historically in the development of photography
    Camera Obscura
  27. The following of ancient Greek or Roman principles and style in art and literature, generally associated with harmony, restraint, and adherence to recognized standards of form and craftsmanship, esp. from the Renaissance to the 18th century
    Classicism 
  28. The endurance of pain or hardship without a display of feelings and without complaint
    Stoicism
  29. The eighteenth century, particularly in England and France, when reason rather than emotion, intuition or superstition was presumed to have prevailed.
    Age of Reason
  30. The action or state of attaining or having attained spiritual knowledge or insight, in particular  that awareness which frees a person from the cycle of rebirth
    Enlightenment 
  31. A movement in the arts and literature that originated in the late 18th century, emphasizing inspiration, subjectivity, and the primacy of the individual
    Romanticism 
  32. Of or appropriate to a painter; artistic
    Painterly 
  33. Arranged in or extending along a straight or nearly straight line
    Linear
  34. An annual exhibition of the work of living artists held by the Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture in Paris, originally in the Salon d'Apollon in the Louvre in 1667
    Salon
  35. A style or movement in painting originating in France in the 1860s, characterized by a concern with depicting the visual impression of the moment, esp. in terms of the shifting effect of light and color
    Impressionism
  36. A system of painting in small dots of color placed in relation to each other based on certain color theories. Also see neo-impressionism.
    Divsionism
  37. A style of painting, music, or drama in which the artist or writer seeks to express emotional experience rather than impressions of the external world
    Expressionism
  38. Any creative group active in the innovation and application of new concepts and techniques in a given field
    Avant-Garde
  39. the theory that space and time are relative concepts rather than absolute concepts
    Theory of Relativity 
  40. The fact of two things being seen or placed close together with contrasting effect
    Juxtaposition 
  41. A term used to define a range of work encompassing non-recognisable imagery that varies from pure abstraction
    Non-Representation 
  42. A 20th-century Dutch art movement founded in 1917 by Theo van Doesburg (1883–1931) and Piet Mondrian. The movement favored an abstract, economical style. It was influential on the Bauhaus and constructivist movements
    De Stijl
  43. Existing in thought or as an idea but not having a physical or concrete existence
    Abstract
    • Mycerinus & Queen
    • Tomb Frescoes 
    • Art of Ancient World : Egypt 
    • Iktinos & Kallikrates, Parthenon, Athenens
    • Polykleitos, Spearbearer
    • Art of Ancient World : Greece
    • Augustus of Primaporta
    • Pantheon
    • Art of Ancient World : Roman
    • Christ as Good Shepherd 
    • Mosiac 
    • Age of Faith - Middle Ages : Early Christian
    • Justinian & Attendents 
    • Mosaic 
    • Age of Faith - Middle Ages : Byzantine
    • Book of Lindesfarne, Cross Page
    • St. Matthew
    • Age of Faith - Middle Ages : Early Middle Ages
    • St Sernin
    • Toulouse
    • Age of Faith - Middle Ages : Romanesque
    • Chartes Cathedral
    • Pisano
    • Age of Faith - Middle Ages : Gothic
    • Lamentation
    • Gitto
    • Renaissance
    • St. Mark
    • Donatello
    • Renaissance
    • Birth of Vensus 
    • Botticelli
    • Renaissance
    • Madonna of Rock
    • Leonardo
    • Renaissance 
    • David
    • Michelangelo
    • Renaissance
    • School of Athens
    • Raphael
    • Renaissance
    • Arnolfini & his bride
    • Van Eyck
    • Renaissance
    • Knight, Death, Devil
    • Durer
    • Renaissance
    • Isenheim Altar
    • Grunewald
    • Renassance
    • Hunters in the Snow
    • Bruegel
    • Renaissance
    • Madonna of the Long Neck
    • Parmigianino 
    • Mannerism
    • Conversion of St. Paul
    • Caravaggio 
    • Baroque : Italy 
    • Judith & Maidservant
    • A. Gentileschi
    • Baroque : Italy
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    • David
    • G.L. Bernini 
    • Baroque : Italy 
    • Cornaro Chapel "Ecstasy of St. Theresa"
    • G.L. Bernini 
    • Baroque : Italy 
    • Las Meninas 
    • D. Velasquez
    • Baroque : Spain
    • Arrival of  Marie de' Medici 
    • P.P. Rubens 
    • Baroque : Flanders
    • Young Woman with a Water Jug
    • J. Vermeer
    • Baroque : Holland
    • Malle Babbe
    • F. Hals
    • Baroque : Holland
    • The Night Watch
    • Rembrandt
    • Baroque : Holland
    • Self Portraits
    • Rembrandt
    • Baroque : Holland
    • Et in Arcadia Ego
    • N. Poussin 
    • Baroque : France
    • Perrualt, Mansart, Versailles
    • La Vau
    • Baroque : France
    • Return from Cythera
    • A. Watteau
    • Rococo 

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