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fine arts survey midterm
I hate this class.
Studys the aesthetic aspects of art.
Materially or financially supports a museum or art gallery.
An exaggerated picture of someone.
Standard of judgement.
Volunteer at an art gallery or museum.
Owner of an art gallery or museum
Graphic representation of a company or trademark.
Imaginary line traced through a picture.
Combination of elements creating equilibrium.
Skillful blend of elements and principles.
Elements of Art
Basic components, or building blocks.
A 3D shape
Gradual change in an element
Quality of brightness and purity
Continuous mark made by a moving point
Creates a feel of action
Principles of Art
Different ways elements can be used
Relationship as a whole & each other
2D area of the elements
Area around, between, above, below, and within things
How things look like they would feel
Look or feel of wholeness
Lightness or Darkness
Creating a combination of many elements
The liquid that holds the pigment together in wet media
A tool used specifically for engraving
That which is applied dry
Ink forced to fill lines cut into a metal surface
Done on limestone or aluminum with a greasy crayon
Capturing an image on a light-sensitive surface
Fine powder used for color
Image raised from the background
Applying an image onto a surface, one color at a time
A professional screen print
Thins a binder
Drawing or painting of inanimate objects
That which is applied wet
Used to support a sculpture while it is being made
Combining pre-made pieces
Cutting or chipping a form
Pouring a liquid into a mold to harden
Image extends far from the background
What someone puts in to something
Art that actually moves in space
Shaping of a pliable material
Sculpture in the Round
Sculpture meant to be viewed from all sides
How well the art is organized
Meaning of the Art
How realistic an artwork is
Personal way of using and combining elements
Old Stone Age
Lasted from 30,000 B.C. to 10,000 B.C.
Same as Old Stone Age
Post and Lintel
Posts with a lintel crossing them
Line of rulers from a single family
Picture-writing used by Egyptians
Low, flat tomb
Tall, four-sided stone shaft
Egyptian king or ruler
Tomb for a pharaoh