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Final structural analysis
Final structural analysis
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  • 1. Structural Analysis
    Study table
    for
    FIAR135
  • 2. Line
    • Line is defined as…
    • 3. The path of a point moving in space or
    • 4. An invisible line of sight
    Examples of the path of a point moving in space
    Examples of invisible lines of sight or “implied lines”
    Georges de La Tour
    Adoration of the Shepherds (1644)
  • 5. LineWhere do you see lines (both visible and implied)?
    Mary Cassatt
    The Boating Party (1893-1894)
  • 6. Color
    Color Wheel
    Describing Color:
    Hue
    Shade of color
    Tone
    Lighter vs. Darker
    How do you describe color?
  • 7. Color Analysis
    • Focus only on the hue of red by using the vocabulary word tone.
    Mary Cassatt
    Children on the Shore (1884)
  • 8. Pattern
    The degree or contrast of lightness and darkness within a work of art.
    Honoré Daumier
    Third Class Carriage (1862-1864)
  • 9. Pattern
    • Discuss with a neighbor the pattern within the work of art
    Leonardo da Vinci
    Ginevra de' Benci (c. 1474)
  • 10. Did you get it right?
  • 11. Form
    Defined as an object’s shape and structure, either in two dimensions or three dimensions
  • 12. Form can refer to a three dimensional object such as sculpture, architecture, and “found art” (There is mass and volume).
    Bernini
    Ecstasy of St. Teresa (1647-1652)
    Michelangelo
    David (1501-1504)
    Duane Hanson
    Supermarket Shopper (1970)
  • 13. The use of a two dimensional surface to create two dimensional forms (Mass and volume are not portrayed due to the lack of chiaroscuro).
    Edvard Munch
    Self Portrait: Between Clock and Bed
    (1940-1942)
    Cimabue
    Madonna Enthroned with Angels and Prophets (ca. 1280-1290)
  • 14. The illusion of three dimensional forms on a two dimensional surface such as a canvas (It shows the illusion mass and volume through the technique of chiaroscuro).
    Jacques-Louis David
    Oath of the Horatii (1784)
    Thomas Eakins
    The Gross Clinic (1875)
  • 15. Texture
    John Constable
    The Haywain(1821)
    JoernUtzon
    Sydney Opera House (1959-1972)
    Texture is the quality of a surface that light reveals.
    • Actual texture
    • 16. Represented texture
    Theodore Gericault
    Insane Woman (1822-1823) 

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