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  1. 4. people who pay artists to produce work for them
  2. 5. equilibrium in a composition, either symmetrical or asymmetrical
  3. 8. in a scene or artwork, the part that seems closest to the viewer
  4. 11. artwork that shows a scene of the sea, ocean, large lake or coastline
  5. 15. natural forms changed by geometrical reduction
  6. 17. generally defined as art produced during the second half of the 20th century.
  7. 20. a type of paint made from a mixture of powdered pigments (colors) with a binder and water.
  8. 21. a subtractive method of sculpture; taking away wood or stone
  9. 22. a 20th-century art movement which used bizarre, dream-like images.
  10. 23. the relationship of one object to another in size, shape, number or degree
  11. 25. the part of a picture that appears to be farthest away from the viewer
  12. 27. any color mixed with black
  13. 29. a picture of a person or images that portray a person
  14. 31. a style of painting that seeks to represent the momentary effects of sunlight on color.
  15. 34. the material used to make a work of art. Examples include oil, watercolor, pencil, pen and ink, tempera, and pastel
  16. 36. thick paint applied with a brush, knife or fingers, creating various textural features on the surface of the painting
  17. 37. the placement of forms, shapes, colors, and light and dark areas in a work of art.
  18. 39. the science of the beautiful in art; defined by visual, moral, social, and contemporary standards.
  1. 1. thick, water-based paints
  2. 2. usually a work in pen, pencil, or charcoal on
  3. 3. a work of art created by arranging and gluing assorted materials onto a flat surface
  4. 6. the measurement of light and darkness in a work of art
  5. 7. the use of light and shadow to create a focal point or mood
  6. 9. the painting of feelings, sometimes with recognizable images, often totally abstract
  7. 10. a design or picture created by imbedding stones or pieces of glass on a floor, vault or wall
  8. 12. a design made by repeating a motif at regular intervals
  9. 13. a statue or 3-D work of art
  10. 14. a technique for creating the illusion of depth on a 2-D surface
  11. 16. the scenery of an inland area, a painting or drawing of the land or natural environment
  12. 18. a large painting or artwork, generally designed for and created on the wall or ceiling of a public building
  13. 19. a tray or board on which colors of paint are mixed. Also, the set of colors used by an artist in a painting
  14. 24. marks in paint made by a brush
  15. 25. the transition of color from one tone to another; for example, in a sky
  16. 26. character studies that usually exaggerate one or more features
  17. 28. refers to the common name of the color such as red or green
  18. 30. any color mixed with white
  19. 32. wall paintings made by painting onto wet plaster
  20. 33. a support for an artist's canvas during painting
  21. 35. art that does not attempt to represent the appearance of objects, real or imaginary.
  22. 38. a rough outline or drawing showing the main features of something