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Painting 1

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  • 1.  Is a way of telling others about our thoughts, opinions, reactions, and feelings. Most of the time, we communicate verbally. But VISUAL images are also a powerful way of to communicate.
  • 2.  Although people speak and write in many different languages, pictures and images are easily understood almost anywhere in the world. ART IS A DIRECT, IMMEDIATE, AND UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE.
  • 3.  Painting is the art of applying color to a surface. Painters use a language of art to express a personal point of view or a unique way of seeing the world. They are able to choose from a wide variety of media including: watercolor, oil, tempera, acrylic, oil, gouache, etc.
  • 4.  Pigment – The colored particles that give paint its color. › Natural pigments › Synthetic Binder – The sticky substance that holds the pigment particles together. Solvent – The liquid that is added to thin the mixture to a spreadable consistency.
  • 5.  The term style refers to the distinct and consistent similarities in a group of artworks, either those of an individual artist (individual style) or group of artists, or those from a particular place (cultural style) or time period (historical style).
  • 6.  Impressionism was developed in France during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. These pieces of art were painted as if someone just took a quick look at the subject of the painting. The paintings were usually in bold colors and did not have a lot of detail. The paintings in this style were usually outdoor scenes like landscapes. The pictures were painted to look like they were shimmering.
  • 7. Mary Cassatt, Little Girl in aBlue Arm Chair, 1878, Oil on canvas, 89 x 129.5 cm,Musee d’Orsay Gallery. Claude Monet, Water Lilies ,1906 , Oil on canvas, 87.6 x 92.7 cm (34 1/2 x 36 1/2 in); The Art Institute of Chicago . Pierre Auguste Renoir, A Girl With a Watering Can, 1876, Oil on canvas, 100 x 73 cm (39 ½ x 28 ¾ in.), The National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
  • 8.  Tints are a LIGHTER value of a color and are created by adding WHITE to a color. Tones are a MUTED value of a color and are created by adding GRAY to a color. Shades are a DARKER value of a color and are created by adding BLACK to a color.
  • 9.  Intensity is the BRIGHTNESS or DULLNESS of a color. The change the intensity of a color add its COMPLEMENT.
  • 10.  MONOCHROMATIC – 1 color plus the tints, tones and shades of it. ANALOGOUS – 3-4 colors that sit adjacent to each other on the color wheel and have a color in common. COLOR TRIAD – 3 colors evenly spaced on the color wheel. COMPLEMENTARY – 2 colors that are directly across from each other on the color wheel. SPLIT-COMPLEMENTARY – 1 color and the 2 colors on both sides of its complement.