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### arts and crafts

1. 1. by DANIELA
2. 2. 2.1. Name the three dimensions of an object: *height, width and depth
3. 3. 2.2. What is height? 2.2. What is height? Height is the vertically from top to bottom
4. 4. 2.3. Define volume. We can feel the volume of objects when we touch them, even with our eyes closed, because all objects have a three dimensions
5. 5. 2.4. Look at "Horses in a Meadow", by Edgar Degas and explain how the painter creates a sense of depth in this painting. To create the illusion of nearness or distance, we must place the largest objects in the bottom half of the support and the smallest ones in the top half. http://www.canvasreplicas.com/imag es/Horses%20in%20a%20Meadow%2 0Edgar%20Degas.jpg
6. 6. 2.5. What is the technique of "overlapping" and why is it used? Is the put object in the other object. To create the effect of one object slightly hidden behind another, we put one object on top overlapping the other, without completely covering it.
7. 7. 2.6. Look at "The Magdalen Reading" by Ambrosious Benson and explain the relationships between different planes. I see the separation of objects we can create a sense of even more space and depth if we separate them diagonally. http://www.nationalgallery .org.uk/upload/img/benson -magdalen-reading- NG655-fm.jpg
8. 8. 2.7. Look at "The Daughters of Edward Darley Boit" by John Singer Sargent. How does the painter create the sense of depth? The painter creates sensation of depth for the darkness and for that it does the persons more small http://www.jssgallery.org/Paintings /Daughters_of_Edward_Darley_Boi t.jpg
9. 9. How does the use of colour and perspective affect the way we interpret a visual image? Making see the person who looks at the image in three dimensions