Art exam #1

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    • Rembrandt
    • "self-portrait"
    • Oil on convas

    • Figurative Art
    • Charoscuro
    • Emphasis=portrait
    • subordinate= background
    • Large subject creates more mass than volume within the artwork
    • Goya
    • "the third of may"
    • oil on canvas

    • figurative art
    • Iconography shown by hands being held high as if on a crusifix
    • Chiaroscuro
    • from spain
    • "the alhambra"
    • mosaic tile

    • decorative  art
    • unity through repeated shapes, varity through use of various shapes
    • monochromatic cool hue variation with hints of a warm yellow
    • Simon Rodia
    • "watts tower"
    • mixed media

    • Abstract art.
    • Large mass of the towers are balanced by the larger amount of negative space.
    • Creative use of recyling common materials.
    • Edward Weston
    • "Pepper"
    • Photograph

    • the large scale of the pepper creates the possability of the art being abstract or representationl art.
    • exposure of photo creates value.
    • closed form
    • Paul Klee
    • "landscape with yellow birds"
    • watercolor

    • abstract art
    • biomorphic shapes
    • Asymmetrical balance
    • Bridget Riley
    • "current"
    • pain

    • Implied motion by use of curving lines.
    • Symmetry.
    • Unity through repitition of line, variety through curvature of lines
    • Marc Chagall
    • "I and the village"
    • Paint

    • Implied line
    • complementary colors
    • abstract art
    • Artwork about his home town in Russia
    • M.C. Escher
    • "ski and water"
    • woodcut

    • Figure-ground reversal
    • reprentational art
    • biomorphic shapes encompassed within geometric shape
    • artists is concerned with mathimatical pricision.
    • Elizabeth Cattlette
    • "Bread"
    • Linocut

    • Figurative art.
    • Implied mass by using value.
    • Cattlette desired to display that everyone has a right to eat.
    • Sassatta
    • "the meeting of st anthony and st paul"
    • Paint

    • Simultaneous story
    • Figurative art
    • Iconography- halo around st anthony
    • India
    • "dancing krishna"
    • bronze sculpture

    • Implied motion.
    • Ritualistic/worship art.
    • Open form.
    • Krishna is a Hindu God
    • Alexander Calder
    • "untitled mobile"
    • Aluminum and steel

    • Kenetic Art
    • Primary colors
    • Abstract art
    • movement via air flow
    • James Whistler
    • "Nocturne"
    • Paint

    • Monochromatic color cheme
    • Value
    • Reprentational art
    • Magritte
    • "this is not a pipe"
    • paint

    • Representational art
    • trompe l'oeil ( realistic)
    • value
    • Tlingit
    • "Chilkat blanket"
    • wool and bark

    • Abstract art
    • Symmetry
    • contour line
    • Picasso
    • "Bull drawings series"
    • drawing

    • Representational art
    • abstraction
    • Implied mass (first six images)
    • Geogia O'keeffe
    • "Poppies"
    • Paint

    • Representational art.
    • scale is used by O'keefe to magnify the flowers.
    • Analogous colors for the petals bring out vibrancy
    • Charles Demuth
    • "the figure five"
    • paint

    • Analogous colors
    • repitition of the figure five
    • Implied line
    • Tony Smith
    • "Die"
    • steel sculpture

    • Symmetry
    • Unity- one solid unit
    • Geometric shape
    • Jacob Lawrence
    • "going home"
    • Guache

    • Representional art
    • Unity through repition of objects and hues
    • Primary colors red green and yellow
    • Peter de Hooch
    • "Interior of a Dutch house"
    • paint

    • Figurative art.
    • one point perspective going towards left corner.
    • repitition of squares/rectangles in foors and hanging artworks.
    • Degas
    • "jackies before the race"
    • Paint

    • Figurative art
    • Balance through placements of objects e.g. larger horse on right balanced by the sun on left and red cap on the 2nd jockie.
    • Implied motion.
    • Islamic
    • "luster painted bowl"
    • Earthenwear

    • Repitition and rhythm through paterning
    • closed form
    • symmetry
    • Ogota Korin
    • "cranes"
    • Ink, color, gold and silver on paper

    • repitition of cranes
    • implied motion
    • directional force to the right
    • Michelangelo
    • "pieta"
    • marble sculpture

    • figurative art
    • Iconographic art
    • The larger scale of Mary adds to the frail look of Jesus who is sculpted smaller

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