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Elements and principles of Art        Visual arts
Art study   Period       Context       Location       Function   Style       Elements       Principles
ELEMENTS
1. Color            Is an element made up of three distinct qualities:                    hue, intensity and value.       ...
Value Value Is the relative degree of lightness or darkness of a given color and is created by the amount of light reflec...
Color   Intensity / Saturation    The brightness or dullness of    a hue. A color described as    highly saturated /inten...
2. Line           A continuous mark made on                  some surface by a moving point   Structural lines          ...
Line   Expressive lines       Vertical: stability and strength       Horizontal: calmness       Diagonal: tension    ...
3. Shape           (Two dimension)4. Form(Three dimension)
5. Texture   Is the element of    art that refers to    the way things    feel or look as    they might feel if    touche...
Atmospheric perspective6. Space   Linear perspectiveOne point perspective
Principles of art   These are the different ways elements can be    used in an artwork, also known as composition        ...
Balance     Symmetrical     Asymmetrical     Radial
Gradation
Movement
Proportion
Rhythm   Careful    placement    of    repeated    elements    in a work    of art to    cause a    visual    tempo or   ...
Denotation   Literal meaning of an image
Connotation   Meaning implied by the image. Double meaning
Hugovan der Goes.   TheAdoration  of theshepherds (1476)253 x 304  cm. Oil on woodGallerie  degli Uffizi,Florence  Italy
Rene Magritte   The Threatened murderer) 1926    Oilon canvas    292 x 386 cm    Museum of Modern Art, New York City, USA
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Unit 1.2 Methodology

  1. 1. Elements and principles of Art Visual arts
  2. 2. Art study Period  Context  Location  Function Style  Elements  Principles
  3. 3. ELEMENTS
  4. 4. 1. Color Is an element made up of three distinct qualities: hue, intensity and value. Primary Hue Intermediate Intermediate refers to (terciary) Magenta (terciary) the name Secondary Secondary of the color and Orange its Yellow Intermediate Violet Intermediate Blue (terciary) meaning: (Terciary) Warm / Cool Primary Primary Green Intermediate Intermediate (terciary) (terciary) Secondary
  5. 5. Value Value Is the relative degree of lightness or darkness of a given color and is created by the amount of light reflected from an object´s surface.
  6. 6. Color Intensity / Saturation The brightness or dullness of a hue. A color described as highly saturated /intensity looks vivid and pure; a hue of low saturation/intensity may look a little muddy or dark.  White: Tint  Black: Shade  Gray: Tone
  7. 7. 2. Line A continuous mark made on some surface by a moving point Structural lines  Emphasizing line, used to show the edges or contours of an object  De-emphasizing line, to eliminate the outline of an object. Painterly is a term often used to described this.
  8. 8. Line Expressive lines  Vertical: stability and strength  Horizontal: calmness  Diagonal: tension  Curved: flowing movement
  9. 9. 3. Shape (Two dimension)4. Form(Three dimension)
  10. 10. 5. Texture Is the element of art that refers to the way things feel or look as they might feel if touched.  Smooth  Polished  Rough  Grainy  Oily
  11. 11. Atmospheric perspective6. Space Linear perspectiveOne point perspective
  12. 12. Principles of art These are the different ways elements can be used in an artwork, also known as composition a. Balance b. Gradation c. Movement d. Proportion e. Rythm
  13. 13. Balance  Symmetrical  Asymmetrical  Radial
  14. 14. Gradation
  15. 15. Movement
  16. 16. Proportion
  17. 17. Rhythm Careful placement of repeated elements in a work of art to cause a visual tempo or beat.
  18. 18. Denotation Literal meaning of an image
  19. 19. Connotation Meaning implied by the image. Double meaning
  20. 20. Hugovan der Goes. TheAdoration of theshepherds (1476)253 x 304 cm. Oil on woodGallerie degli Uffizi,Florence Italy
  21. 21. Rene Magritte The Threatened murderer) 1926 Oilon canvas 292 x 386 cm Museum of Modern Art, New York City, USA

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