Shape and Depth Studyguide
- 3. Objects in the foreground look bigger, are closer to the _____________________ of the page, and overlap everything else in the picture.
- 4. ____________________________ shapes are natural shapes that do not require measurements.
- 7. ____________________________ shapes are man-made shapes, and can require a formula to create them.
- 8. __________________are three-dimensional and enclose volume.
- 10. The ________________________________ is the line that separates the ground from the sky.
- 12. The ________________________________is in between the foreground and the background.
- 13. The ____________________________is the part of the picture that is farthest away from the viewer.
- 1. ________________________________ painted Reverie, an Art Nouveau painting of a woman with organic shapes like flowers and vines surrounding her realistic face. (last name only)
- 2. When objects are farther away they appear ____________________ with less details.
- 4. ____________________________ is placing one object in front of another to make the object on top look closer to the viewer.
- 5. ____________________________ painted Three Musicians, a painting that uses shapes to show three people playing musical instruments. (last name only)
- 6. Shape is an enclosed space having only ______________ dimensions.
- 9. The _________________________is the part of the picture that is closest to the viewer.
- 11. ____________________________ sculpted Reclining Figure, an organic shaped object that resembles a person laying on their back. (last name only)