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  • Review December 2013
  • Terminology • Print - the outcome, the effect of ink transfer • Roller - the tool to transfer ink from plate to block • Tray - the surface used to roll out ink • Block - the surface used to develop imagery • Press - the device for applying pressure to the inked block, to transfer ink to paper • Ink - the media used to make prints • Monotype - a print that can only be produced one time
  • Describe the difference between subtractive prints and block prints…
  • Subtractive prints are monotypes created by removing ink to make an image, while block printing adds details or images created separately on an additional surface, these can be replicated several times
  • Name the artist, the title, and year made
  • Charles Willson Peale, “Artist in His Museum” 1822
  • Name all seven Elements of Art • • • • • • • ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
  • Elements of Art • • • • • • • Line Value Color Texture Shape Space Form
  • Define These Terms • • • • • • • • • • Primary color Secondary color Tertiary color Tint Tone Shade Hue Chroma Blind Contour Drawing Contour -
  • • • • • • • • • • • Primary color - (red, yellow, blue) colors that can not be made by mixing other colors Secondary color - (orange, green, purple) two primaries 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 TECHNIQUE where you focus entirely on the object, do not look at the page, and do not lift your pencil from the paper Contour - the silhouette or outline
  • Define These Terms • • • • • • Value Study Vanishing point Horizon line Still life Media Principles of Design -
  • • Value Study - a process of drawing where the artist attempts to develop the tonal quality of the image, highlights, middle values, and shadows • Vanishing point - in man made setting, the point at which all parallel receding lines appear to converge • Horizon line - in natural settings, where the sky meets the ground • Still life - an arrangement of inanimate objects • Media - the materials used to create art, I.e. paints, clay, oil pastels, colored pencils, etc Unity, Pattern, Balance, Emphasis, Rhythm, Movement, Contrast • Principles of Design -
  • Name an example of a complementary, split complementary, analogous, and triadic color scheme…
  • • Analogous = blue green, green, yellow green • Triadic = orange, green, purple • Complementary = red, green • Split complementary = green, red orange, red purple
  • Name the artist, title, year made, media used, one fact about the artist, and one fact about the painting
  • Vincent van Gogh, Red Vineyard, 1888, Oil paints, Only painting sold during van Gogh’s lifetime Vincent van Gogh was a complicated man, he had wanted to be a pastor but was not hired. He became a painter and his brother Theo helped support him monetarily. He suffered from mental illness and eventually committed suicide. We know a great deal about him from his letters to Theo, and today is concerned one of the most famous painters in history.
  • Name the artist, title, year made, one fact about the artist, and one fact about the sitter
  • Charles Willson Peale, “Portrait of Yarrow Mamout”, 1819, Peale was also scientist and founded the Peale Museum in Maryland, the sitter was a former slave who had earned his freedom and achieved financial stability and longevity. Painting hangs in our Philadelphia Museum of Art.
  • Name artist, titles, years painted, and one fact about each painting
  • Horace Pippin John Brown Going to His Hanging, 1942, Horace Pippin’s grandmother painted into lower right corner Mr. Prejudice, 1943, about segregation during WWII, Pippin paints himself in his WWI uniform, front left
  • Name the artist, title, year made, and the Elements of Art you see here…
  • Patricia Piccinini, “Litter”, 2010, color, texture, form
  • What is the dominant color scheme here?
  • Complementary (orange and blue)