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1st semester review ART2

  1. 1. A person who uses imagination and skill to communicate ideas in visual form.
  2. 3. a liquid to which the drying pigment is added.
  3. 4. Refers to the lightness or darkness of a color
  4. 5. To become aware through the senses of the special nature of objects.
  5. 7. a trend formed when a group of artists band together.
  6. 8. Lines made by combining diagonal lines that change directions.
  7. 9. an idea or school of thought on what is most important in works of art.
  8. 10. The element of art that is derived from reflected light.
  9. 11. the process of gathering facts and information from artworks in order to make intelligent judgments about them.
  10. 12. A basic visual component an artist uses to create art
  11. 15. a finely ground powder that gibes paint its color.
  12. 17. A color's name.
  13. 20. An element of art that refers to an object with three dimensions.
  14. 21. a techniques in which small dots of color are used to create forms.
  15. 22. a style of painting that attempts to capture the rapidly changing effects of sunlight on objects
  16. 24. the process in which an inked image is transferred to a surface.
  17. 26. Lines that slant to the right or left
  18. 27. making a careful list of all the things you see in the work
  19. 29. tools and materials used to create works of art.
  20. 30. a type of sculpture in which forms and figures project only from the front.
  21. 33. Art that is valued solely for its visual appeal or its success in communicating ideas or feelings.
  22. 34. The brightness or dullness of a color.Landscape A drawing or a painting of mountains, trees, or other natural scenery.
  1. 1. a person whose job is to study, understand, and judge works of art.
  2. 2. an art style in which a single object is shown simultaneously from multiple views.
  3. 4. Lines that move straight up and down.
  4. 6. determining and explaining the meaning, mood, or idea of the work of art.
  5. 7. an art movement that emphasized abstract elements of art and stressed feelings and emotions.
  6. 13. surrounded on all sides
  7. 14. a period of great cultural awakening
  8. 16. Art that is made to be functional as well as visually pleasing.
  9. 18. the branch of philosophy concerned with the nature and value of art.
  10. 19. making a decision about a work's success and giving reasons to support that decision
  11. 20. an art movement and painting style that made use of wild, intense color combinations.
  12. 23. Is an element of art that refers to an area clearly set off by one or more of the other six elements of art.
  13. 25. noting how the art principles are used to organize the elements of art.
  14. 28. Is an element of art that refers to the distance or the area between, around, above, below, and within an object.
  15. 31. series of prints that are all exactly alike.
  16. 32. A continuous mark made on some surface by a moving point.
  17. 35. Is an element of art that refers to how things feel or look as though they might feel.