Painting
Encaustic FrescoTempera   OilWatercolorGouacheSynthetic
Encaustic = combining pigment with a        binder of hot wax
Mummy Portrait of a Man. c. 160–170 CE.             14 x 18 in.
Jane NodineEncaustic wax, graphite, iron oxide
Fresco = combining pigment with abinder of limewater and then applied to a lime  plaster wall. Wall can be either wet or d...
Still Life with Eggs and Thrushes, Villa of Julia Felix, Pompeii. before                                79 CE.            ...
Bodhisattva from Cave I at Ajanta. c. 475 CE.
Giotto. Lamentation. c. 1305.  approximately 70 x 78 in.
Fra Andrea Pozzo. The Glorification of Saint Ignatius. 1691–94.
Tempera = combining pigment with water and a     gummy material, usually egg yolk.
Giotto. Madonna and Child Enthroned. c. 1310.           10 ft. 8 in. x 6 ft. 8 1/4 in.
Sandro Botticelli. Primavera. c. 1482.          80 x 123 1/4 in.
Andrew Wyeth. Braids. 1979.     16 1/2 x 20 1/2 in.
Oil Painting = combining pigment with and oil-  based binder, most commonly linseed oil.
Diagram of a section of a fifteenth-century oil painting demonstrating                   the luminosity of the medium.
The Master of Flémalle (probably Robert Campin). The Annunciation                (The Mérode Altarpiece). c. 1425–30.    c...
The Master of Flémalle (probably Robert Campin). Detail of The      Annunciation (The Mérode Altarpiece). c. 1425–30.  cen...
Jan de Heem. Still Life with Lobster. late 1640s.              25 1/8 x 33 1/4 in.
Antonio López Garciá. New Refrigerator. 1991–94.              94 1/2 x 74 13/16 in.
Pat Passlof. Dancing Shoes. 1998.            80 x 132 in.
Watercolor = combining pigment with a water and gum arabic and applied to dampened paper.
Xu Wei. Grapes. Ming dynasty, c. 1580–93.            65 1/4 x 25 3/8 in.
Winslow Homer. A Wall, Nassau. 1898.         14 3/4 x 21 1/2 in.
Laurie Reid. Ruby Dew (Pink Melon Joy), detail. 1998.                    192 x 240 in.
Gouache = watercolor mixed with Chinese white            chalk. it’s opaque.
Jacob Lawrence. You can buy bootleg whiskey for twenty-five cents a             quart, from the Harlem Series. 1942–43.   ...
Synthetic Media = pigment suspended in a             synthetic binder.Example – acrylic paints are made with mixingpigment...
Helen Frankenthaler. Flood. 1967.          124 x 140 in.
Mixed Media = the combining of various media.
Judith F. Baca. The Great Wall of Los Angeles, detail, Division of the           Barrios and Chavez Ravine. 1976–continuin...
Juan Gris. The Table. 1914.     23 1/2 x 17 1/2 in.
Romare Bearden. The Dove. 1964.       13 3/8 x 18 3/4 in.
Marcia Gygli King. Springs Upstate. 1990–92.6 ft. x 9 ft. x 10 ft. 6 in.; painting: 9 ft. x 5 ft. x 7 in.
Patricia Patterson. The Kitchen. 1985.painting: 60 x 107 in; overall dimensions vary with each installation (as           ...
Robert Rauschenberg. Monogram. 1955–59.          42 x 63 1/4 x 64 1/2 in.
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  1. 1. Painting
  2. 2. Encaustic FrescoTempera OilWatercolorGouacheSynthetic
  3. 3. Encaustic = combining pigment with a binder of hot wax
  4. 4. Mummy Portrait of a Man. c. 160–170 CE. 14 x 18 in.
  5. 5. Jane NodineEncaustic wax, graphite, iron oxide
  6. 6. Fresco = combining pigment with abinder of limewater and then applied to a lime plaster wall. Wall can be either wet or dryBuon fresco = “true fresco” – applied to a wet wallFresco secco = “dry fresco” – applied to a dry wall
  7. 7. Still Life with Eggs and Thrushes, Villa of Julia Felix, Pompeii. before 79 CE. 35 x 48 in.
  8. 8. Bodhisattva from Cave I at Ajanta. c. 475 CE.
  9. 9. Giotto. Lamentation. c. 1305. approximately 70 x 78 in.
  10. 10. Fra Andrea Pozzo. The Glorification of Saint Ignatius. 1691–94.
  11. 11. Tempera = combining pigment with water and a gummy material, usually egg yolk.
  12. 12. Giotto. Madonna and Child Enthroned. c. 1310. 10 ft. 8 in. x 6 ft. 8 1/4 in.
  13. 13. Sandro Botticelli. Primavera. c. 1482. 80 x 123 1/4 in.
  14. 14. Andrew Wyeth. Braids. 1979. 16 1/2 x 20 1/2 in.
  15. 15. Oil Painting = combining pigment with and oil- based binder, most commonly linseed oil.
  16. 16. Diagram of a section of a fifteenth-century oil painting demonstrating the luminosity of the medium.
  17. 17. The Master of Flémalle (probably Robert Campin). The Annunciation (The Mérode Altarpiece). c. 1425–30. central panel: 25 1/4 x 24 7/8 in.; each wing: 25 3/8 x 10 3/4 in.
  18. 18. The Master of Flémalle (probably Robert Campin). Detail of The Annunciation (The Mérode Altarpiece). c. 1425–30. central panel: 25 1/4 x 24 7/8 in.; each wing: 25 3/8 x 10 3/4 in.
  19. 19. Jan de Heem. Still Life with Lobster. late 1640s. 25 1/8 x 33 1/4 in.
  20. 20. Antonio López Garciá. New Refrigerator. 1991–94. 94 1/2 x 74 13/16 in.
  21. 21. Pat Passlof. Dancing Shoes. 1998. 80 x 132 in.
  22. 22. Watercolor = combining pigment with a water and gum arabic and applied to dampened paper.
  23. 23. Xu Wei. Grapes. Ming dynasty, c. 1580–93. 65 1/4 x 25 3/8 in.
  24. 24. Winslow Homer. A Wall, Nassau. 1898. 14 3/4 x 21 1/2 in.
  25. 25. Laurie Reid. Ruby Dew (Pink Melon Joy), detail. 1998. 192 x 240 in.
  26. 26. Gouache = watercolor mixed with Chinese white chalk. it’s opaque.
  27. 27. Jacob Lawrence. You can buy bootleg whiskey for twenty-five cents a quart, from the Harlem Series. 1942–43. 15 1/2 x 22 1/2 in.
  28. 28. Synthetic Media = pigment suspended in a synthetic binder.Example – acrylic paints are made with mixingpigment with acrylic resins – materials used to make plastic.
  29. 29. Helen Frankenthaler. Flood. 1967. 124 x 140 in.
  30. 30. Mixed Media = the combining of various media.
  31. 31. Judith F. Baca. The Great Wall of Los Angeles, detail, Division of the Barrios and Chavez Ravine. 1976–continuing. height 13 ft. (whole mural more than 1 mile long).
  32. 32. Juan Gris. The Table. 1914. 23 1/2 x 17 1/2 in.
  33. 33. Romare Bearden. The Dove. 1964. 13 3/8 x 18 3/4 in.
  34. 34. Marcia Gygli King. Springs Upstate. 1990–92.6 ft. x 9 ft. x 10 ft. 6 in.; painting: 9 ft. x 5 ft. x 7 in.
  35. 35. Patricia Patterson. The Kitchen. 1985.painting: 60 x 107 in; overall dimensions vary with each installation (as illustrated: 80 x 144 x 180 in.).
  36. 36. Robert Rauschenberg. Monogram. 1955–59. 42 x 63 1/4 x 64 1/2 in.

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