Art Appreciation

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Art Appreciation
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2013-04-03 22:55:55
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  1. Basic Tool
    Pencil
  2. Type of media applied in stick form
    Dry Media
  3. Type of media applied by usung an instrument such as pen or brush
    Liquid Media
  4. Coloring Material
    Pigment
  5. Asubstance that allows coloring material to be shaped into a stick
    Binder
  6. Soft, crystalline form of carbon discovered in the 16th century that is a naturally occuring drawing medium
    Graphite
  7. Ancestor of the graphite pencil.
    An old technique popular during renaissance that uses thin wire made of soft metal set in a holder.
    Metalpoint
  8. Preliminary coating of paint used in metal point
    Ground
  9. Charred wood. best quality is made from special vine or willow twigs slowly heated into sticks of carbon.
    Charcoal
  10. Made of powder pigments in which the binder is greasy or waxy
    Crayon
  11. Most well known artist crayon which consists of pigment compounded with clay and a small amount of greasy binder
    Conte Crayon
  12. Consists of pigment bound with a nongreasy binder such as natural gums.
    Artists can make their own by mixing pigment and binder into a doughy oaste and letting it dry.
    Pastels
  13. Soft, white limestone.
    Comes in three finely textured stones used for drawing... black(carbon/clay), red(iron/clay), White(calcite/calcium carbonate)
    Chalk
  14. Pasted paper
    Papier colle'
    Temed from the french for pasting or gluing.
    Collage
  15. Consists o pigments mixed with wax and resin.
    Olors are heated, wax melts, paint brushed, wax cools, paint hardens.
    Encaustic
  16. Pigments are mixed with water and applied to a plaster support like a wall or ceiling covered in plaster.
    Fresco
  17. Painting on dry plaster
    Fresco secco
  18. Paint made of pigment and water and applied to wet lime plaster.

    Known as true fresco
    Buon fresco
  19. Shares qualities with water color and oil paint.
    aqueous medium dries to tough film.
    Paint in which the vehicle is an emulsion(aqueous liquid with an oil, fat, wax, or resin). i.e. milk
    Tempera
  20. Consists of pigments compounded with oil, linseed.
    The oil acts as a binder creating a transparent film in whuch the pigment is suspended.
    Oil Paints
  21. Oil paint.
    Thin veils of translucent color.
    Glazes
  22. Oil painting that appears to have been completed "all in one go".

    Opaque colors on a white ground.
    Alla Prima
  23. Using a heavily loaded brush, piling the paint up in a thick texture.

    Like frosting on a cake.
    Impasto
  24. Consists of pigment in a vehicle of water and gum arabic, a sticky plant substance that acts as a binder.

    Applied thinly as translucent washes.
    Watercolor
  25. Water color with inert white pigment (pigment that becomes colorlessin paint and serves to make the colors opaque) added.
    Gouache
  26. Polymer paints consisting of acrylic resin, polymerized through emulsion in water.

    As it dries, the resin particles coalesce to form a tough, flexible, and waterproof film.
    Acrylic
  27. Made up of small closely spaced particles called Tesserae.

    Used for decorating architectural surfaces such as walls and ceilings.

    Tessera act as pints do in pointillist art.
    Mosaic
  28. The definition of form in painting without abrupt outline by the blending of one tone into another.

    To evaporate like smoke.
    To tone down.
    Sfumato
  29. The history of ownership of a valued object or work of art or literature.
    Provenance
  30. A network of fine cracks or crackles on the surface of a painting, caused chiefly by shrinkage of paint film or varnish.
    Craquelure
  31. A full sized drawing of an entire project.
    Cartoon

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