Art exam #2

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    • Gerhard Richter
    • Abstract
    • Paint

    • Primary colors
    • Abstract art
    • Impasto
    • Richter is a German artist
    • Homer
    • "Sloop, Nassau"
    • Watercolor

    • Representational art
    • Monochromatic
    • Implied motion
    • Filippo Lippi
    • "Madonna and child"
    • Tempera or Paint

    • Iconography (Christian)
    • Figurative art
    • Primary colors red, yellow, blue
    • David Hockney
    • "A Bigger Splash"
    • Paint or Acrylic

    • Implied motion (water)
    • Geometric shapes
    • Representational art
    • Hokusai
    • "The Wave"
    • Woodblock Print

    • Implied motion
    • Scale and proportion used for perspective/depth
    • Figurative art
    • Elizabeth Catlett
    • "Sharecropper"
    • Linocut

    • Figurative art
    • Hatching lines used for depth
    • Repetition and rhythm with lines
    • Dürer
    • Knight, Death, and the Devil
    • Engraving

    • Iconographic Art (Christian)
    • Figurative Art
    • Implied motion
    • Narrative
    • Daumier
    • Rue Transnonian
    • Lithograph

    • Political Art
    • Figurative Art
    • Value to show depth
    • Elizabeth Murray
    • "Exile"
    • Lithograph and screenprint and paint

    • Abstract Art
    • Primary colors
    • Biomorphic shapes
    • Daguerre
    • "Le Boulevard du Temple"
    • Photograph/daguerreotype

    • 1st photograph
    • Representational Art
    • Atmospheric perspective
    • Julia Cameron
    • "Julia Jackson"
    • Photograph

    • Figurative Art
    • Monochromatic
    • Soft focus
    • Margaret Bourke-White
    • "Louisville Flood Victims"
    • Photograph

    • Social/Political Art
    • Figurative Art
    • Photo essay series
    • Ansel Adams
    • "Clearing winter storm"
    • Photo

    • Strait photography
    • Atmospheric perspective
    • value used for contrast
    • Alexander Calder
    • "Obus"
    • Freestanding metal painted Sculpture

    • Open form
    • Abstract art
    • Primary colors red and blue
    • Robert Longo
    • "Corporate wars"
    • High-relief

    • Figurative art
    • social/political art
    • Implied motion
    • Robert Arneson
    • "California Artist"
    • Sculpture/clay

    • Figurative art
    • Closed form
    • Response to criticism of California artists 
    • Michelangelo
    • "Awakening Slave"
    • Marble sculpture

    • Subtractive sculpture
    • Figurative art
    • Renaissance period art
    • Chinese, 11th century
    • "Guanyin of the southern sea"
    • Sculpture, painted wood

    • Assembled sculpture
    • Iconography (Chinese)
    • Figurative art
    • Julio Gonzales
    • "Moternity"
    • Metal sculpture

    • Open form
    • Abstract art
    • Assemblage sculpture
    • Deborah Butterfield
    • "Conure"
    • metal sculpture

    • Primary colors yellow red blue
    • figurative art
    • Assemblage sculpture
    • Cai-Guo-Qiang
    • "Inopportune"
    • Mixed media

    • Implied motion
    • Open form
    • Repetition of cars rhythm through angles of cars
    • Richard Sierra
    • "Tilted Arc"
    • Metal Sculpture

    • Abstract art
    • Unity (color and form)
    • Closed form
    • Geometric shape
    • Betty Woodman
    • "Divided Vases, Christmas"
    • Earthenware sculpture

    • Patterning
    • warm colors
    • Biomorphic shape
    • Takaezu
    • various styles
    • Stoneware sculpture

    • closed form
    • Abstract art
    • Unity in biomorphic shape
    • Maya Lin
    • "Terra Table"
    • Wood sculpture/bench

    • Repetition and rhythm through vertical strips
    • Geometric shape
    • functional art
    • Faith Ringgold
    • "Tar Beach"
    • Mixed media/printed fabric

    • Figurative Art
    • Unity and variety through biomorphic shapes enclosed in geometric shapes
    • Artist is depicting her family living in the city
    • Dolmen
    • Post and Lintel
    • Stone/architecture

    • Functional art
    • Biomorphic shapes
    • International style (even though its before official movement)

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