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Art apprec ch6

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    • ART 1101
      Chapter 6
    • depiction of a Thunder or Spirit Being, Black Hawk, 1880-81, pencil, colored pencil and ink on paper
    • Picasso, First study for Guernica, May 1, 1937
    • Picasso, Guernica sketches, 1937
    • Picasso, Composition Study, May 9,1937
    • Pablo Picasso, Guernica,First State photograph by Dora Maar
    • Guernica, Picasso, 1937, oil on canvas
    • Degas, Dancer Adjusting her Slipper, 1873, graphite, charcoal, white chalk
    • Dancers in the Wings, Edgar Degas, c. 1878
    • Degas, Little Dancer Aged Fourteen, wax, 1881
    • Oldenburg and van Bruggen, sketch for Blueberry Pie à la mode, 1996
    • Shuttlecock/Blueberry Pie, 1999, Cast aluminum painted with acrylic urethane
    • DaVinci, Self-portrait, red chalk,c. 1512
    • Leonardo DaVinci, sketchbook drawings
    • c. 1510
    • c. 1488
    • Da Vinci, The Virgin and Child with St. Anne and St. John the Baptist (c. 1499–1500)
    • Drawing Surfaces
      Cave walls
      Digital realms
    • Spotted hyena, Chauvet Cave, France, 30,000 yrs old
    • Ancient Greek pottery
    • Pattie Chalmers, bud vases, 2005,porcelain, slip, underglaze, glaze, enamel+luster,
    • girls for the well collection, Pattie Chalmers, porcelain, glaze, luster, flocking
    • Egyptian Book of the Dead, 1400-1200 BC, papyrus
    • Page from an Illuminated Gospel, late 14th cenEthiopia, Parchment (vellum), tempera, ink
    • Crucifixion by Opicinus de Canistris from the mid-1300s. Ink on Parchment
    • Wall Scroll, Ma Lin, 1246, ink on silk
    • Jennifer Lee, 2010, digital art
    • Drawing materials
      Dry media
      Chalk and Crayon
      Wet Media
      Pen and Ink
      Brush and Ink
      Mixed media
      Digital media
      Ceramic glazes, ect
    • Spotted hyena, Chauvet Cave, France, 30,000 yrs old
    • Ingres, Portrait of Nicolo Paganini, 1819
    • Metalpoint / Silverpoint
    • Head of a Young Woman, Parmigianino,metalpoint on pink-gray grounded paper, heightened with white
    • Najjar with work made during a visiting artist workshop
    • Nijma (Star), charcoal Najjar Abdul-Musawwir
    • Billie Brannan, Charcoal
    • Billie Brannan, Charcoal with white conté crayon
    • The White Coat (Woman with Umbrella), Seurat, ca. 1883. Conté crayon on paper
    • Seurat, Eden Concert, ca. 1886–87. Conté crayon, gouache, chalk, and ink on paper
    • La Toilette (Woman Combing Her Hair), Degas, c. 1884–1886, pastel on paper
    • Rembrandt, pen and ink
    • Cottage among Trees, 1648–50, Rembrandt, Pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash, on paper washed with brown
    • White and Wounded Faun, Andrea Snow, mixed media, 2009
    • YosaBuson, Japanese poet
    • Autumn Landscape (Shukei-sansui)Sesshu Toyo (a japanese masterof Ink and wash)
    • Käthe Kollwitz, Self Portrait, 1900,pen and brush with black ink
    • Käthe Kollwitz, The Mothers,1921, pen and brush
    • Jennifer Lee, digital drawing, WIP
    • The Sweet Taste of Blood, Jennifer Lee (SooRa), 2010, digital drawing
    • Jennifer Lee, digital drawing, WIP
    • Jennifer Lee (SooRa) 2010, digital art
    • Hannah Brannan, digital art, 2010
    • Nobspital,Paul Noble,1997-98Pencil on paper,8’ 2 ½” X 59”
    • Paul Noble
    • Sol LeWitt, Wall Drawing #146, 1972
    • Sol LeWitt, Wall Drawing 340
    • Self Portrait with Big Ears,Jonathan Borofsky, 1980/1994, latex on wall
    • Elise Engler, Everything I Own Project, http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/ny/the-gallery/the-gallery-elise-engler-006113http://elise-on-ice.blogspot.com/ Everything in Her Bag #43, 1999 12 x 12, colored pencil on paper
    • End of Chapter 6
    • This is contour line drawing, its basically an outline, all of the lines are of the same thickness.
    • This is a line variation drawing, it is basically an outline, it uses thinner lines to show where the light would hit the subject and thicker lines to show where shadow would be.
    • Contour line Line Variation
    • A rendered drawing:it has value changes from light to dark
    • Charcoal with white contécrayon,this is a rendered drawing, it shows value changes.
    • This is a stippled drawing, it uses dots to show value changes from dark to light by making the dots closer together or farther apart.
    • This is a cross-hatched drawing.It is a rendered drawing, it shows value changes from dark to light.
    • This is a color drawing that shows value changes.