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Final review 2013


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Images, facts, and terminology from our 2012-2013 school year.

Images, facts, and terminology from our 2012-2013 school year.

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  • 1. Final Review
  • 2. Name the artist,the title,and year made
  • 3. Charles Willson Peale,“Artist in His Museum”1822
  • 4. Name the artist,the title,and year made
  • 5. Louise Bourgeois, “Maman”, 1999
  • 6. Name all seven Elements of Art• ?• ?• ?• ?• ?• ?• ?
  • 7. Elements of Art• Line• Value• Color• Texture• Shape• Space• Form
  • 8. Name the artist, title, year made, andthe Elements of Art you see here…
  • 9. Patricia Piccinini, “Litter”, 2010,color, texture, form
  • 10. Andre Kohn PortraitsWhat unifies these paintings?
  • 11. Andre KohnTexture,color, and thesense of asingle lightsource
  • 12. What is the dominant color scheme here?
  • 13. Complementary (orange and blue)
  • 14. Name a complementary, split complementary,analogous, and triadic color scheme…
  • 15. • Analogous =blue green,green, yellowgreen• Triadic =orange, green,purple• Complementary= red, green• Splitcomplementary= green, redorange, redpurple
  • 16. Name theartist, mediaused, andone factabout theartist
  • 17. Dale Chihuly,glass,creates designs, lostone eye vision in caraccident, studied inVenice on FulbrightFellowship, has MFAfrom Rhode IslandSchool of Design
  • 18. Define These Terms• Primary color -• Secondary color -• Tertiary color -• Tint -• Tone -• Shade -• Hue -• Chroma -• Blind Contour Drawing -• Contour -
  • 19. • Primary color - (red, yellow, blue) colors that can notbe made by mixing other colors• Secondary color - (orange, green, purple) twoprimaries mixed, red + yellow = orange• Tertiary color - a primary and secondary mixed, red +orange = red orange• Tint - color plus white, red + white = pink• Tone - color plus grey• Shade - color plus black, orange + black = brown• Hue - the color itself• Chroma - the brightness or dullness of a color• Blind Contour Drawing - a drawing TECHNIQUEwhere you focus entirely on the object, do not look atthe page, and do not lift your pencil from the paper• Contour - the silhouette or outline
  • 20. Define These Terms• Value Study -• Vanishing point• Horizon line -• Still life -• Media -• Principles of Design -
  • 21. • Value Study - a process of drawing where the artistattempts to develop the tonal quality of the image,highlights, middle values, and shadows• Vanishing point - in man made setting, the point at whichall parallel receding lines appear to converge• Horizon line - in natural settings, where the sky meets theground• Still life - an arrangement of inanimate objects• Media - the materials used to create art, I.e. paints, clay,oil pastels, colored pencils, etc• Principles of Design - Unity, Pattern, Balance,Emphasis, Rhythm, Movement, Contrast
  • 22. Name the artist, title, year made, media used, onefact about the artist, and one fact about the painting
  • 23. Vincent van Gogh, Red Vineyard, 1888, Oil paints,Only painting sold during van Gogh’s lifetimeVincent van Gogh was acomplicated man, he hadwanted to be a pastor butwas not hired. He became apainter and his brotherTheo helped support himmonetarily. He sufferedfrom mental illness andeventually committedsuicide. We know a greatdeal about him from hisletters to Theo, and today isconcerned one of the mostfamous painters in history.
  • 24. Name theartist, title,year made,one fact aboutthe artist, andone fact aboutthe sitter
  • 25. Charles Willson Peale,“Portrait of YarrowMamout”, 1819, Pealewas also scientist andfounded the PealeMuseum in Maryland, thesitter was a former slavewho had earned hisfreedom and achievedfinancial stability andlongevity. Painting hangsin our PhiladelphiaMuseum of Art.
  • 26. Identify These Terms• Kiln -• Printing press -• Slip -• Score -• Paper Mache -• Installation work -• Critique -• Composition -
  • 27. • Kiln - the oven that fires ceramics, bisque fire to turn hard clayinto ceramics, and glaze fire to turn the painted glaze into theglass finish• Printing press - a machine that distributes pressure to prints intoorder to transfer the ink to the paper• Slip - watered down clay used to help join two pieces of claytogether• Score - cutting into the clay in order to help join two pieces ofclay together• Paper Mache - a process of using adhesive and variousmaterials to build up a form or sculpture• Installation work - a piece of artwork that is made to fit in aspecific space• Critique - a method of analyzing work, faults or merits• Composition - the placement or arrangement of elements in art
  • 28. Name the artist, title, year, and how contrastcreates mood and emphasis in this painting
  • 29. Francisco Goya, “The 3rd of May, 1808” the darkbackground sets a somber mood, and illuminatesthe light figures, focusing the viewers eye on theaction, and the main figure with arms up also wearsthe lightest clothing to attract the viewers attention.
  • 30. Name artist, titles, yearspainted, and one factabout each painting
  • 31. Horace PippinMr. Prejudice, 1943, aboutsegregation during WWII,Pippin paints himself in hisWWI uniform, front leftJohn Brown Going to HisHanging, 1942, HoracePippin’s grandmother paintedinto lower right corner
  • 32. Name the artist, title, year, discuss thepaintings purpose, and how the artist usescolor, shape, and size to support this purpose
  • 33. Pablo Picasso, “Guernica”, 1937, atrocities of war, frombombing of Guernica (in Spain) by the Germans, because thecolors are grey they feel somber and covered in dust,because the shapes are jagged and overlapping they feelchaotic and jarring, and because the painting is 11 feet talland 25 feet long it appears to be a world in which the viewercould walk in and become part of. This painting became asymbol of a powerful anti war message.