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    Prefatory Slide Lecture Prefatory Slide Lecture Presentation Transcript

    • Basic properties of Art
    • Form and content • Form refers to purely visual aspects of art. • Content refers to non-visual aspects of art .
    • Form • Line • Shape • Color • Space • composition
    • Line • Implied - movement of the viewer’s eyes follows a path determined by the artist • Actual – when it is visible • Expressionistic • Classical • Romantic
    • Barnet Newman, “Onement I” 1960s
    • Titian, Assumption and Consecration of the Virgin 1516-1518
    • David, “Death of Socrates” 1787
    • Color • Hue • Value • Saturation • Complementary colors • Cool and warm colors
    • Texture • Actual • Implied
    • space • Is what contains objects – Actual and 3 dimensional – Represented illusionistically in two dimensions – Picture plane – Foreground, middleground, background – objects
    • Perspective • Overlapping • Dimunition • Vertical and diagonal perspective • Atmospheric perspective
    • Content • Social, political, religious , economic contexts • Intention of the artist • Reception of the work • Meanings of the work to both artist and viewer
    • Subject vs Subject Matter
    • Style • Period style • Regional style • Representational styles – Realism – Naturalism – Idealism Abstract styles nonrepresentational expressionism