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  • Texture

    1. 1. TextureHow a surface looks and/or feels.
    2. 2. Physical TextureArtwork with anactual surfacetexture that can befelt by hand.Texture that istactile (can be feltby touch).
    3. 3. Visual TextureIn many formsof 2-D Art, theactual texture ofa representedobject cannot befelt, onlyimplied. Self-Portrait (1659) Rembrandt
    4. 4. ImpastoA paintingtechnique thatinvolves buildingdepth and texturethrough layers ofpaint.Van Gough was amaster of impasto. Self-Portrait (1889) Van Gough
    5. 5. Wheatfield with Cypress (1889) Van Gough
    6. 6. How to Create TextureTexture is relatedto value, in thatit’s created byvalue changes.
    7. 7. How to Create TextureTexture can becreated by therepetition ofshape and line Bedroom at Arles (1992) Roy Lichtenstein

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