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Graphic art refers to
printmaking, woodcuts, engravings, and etchings
Graphic design refers to what
mass media, commercial art, advertising, and posters
Who is the the first great artist of mass communications
durer
Who was the first great European artist of the woodblock print
durer
Who is renowned as a master of etching
rembrandt
What combined etching and aquatint in an expressive, imaginative series of prints that criticized his society
goya
This socially critical artist was a master of lithography in the middle part of the nineteenth century
daumier
"Christ Healing the Sick" also known as "The Hundred Guilder Print" is a famous etching by
rembrandt
In addition to "fine art" paintings and drawings, screenprinted t-shirts, posters and button designs were created by this twentieth-century artists
Haring
Which of artists created an advertisement that liberates
Kruger
Advertising extends and shares much in common with the .... painting tradition
oil
A printmaking method of.... is alternately known as silkscreen or serigraphy
screenprinting
Durer's Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse employs the printmaking method of.....
woodblock
Goya's The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters employs the printmaking method of etching and....
aquatint
Durer's Knight, Death and the Devil Employs the printmaking method of.....
engraving
Engraving and etching are.....processes in which material is cut away from the printing surface of a metal plate.
Intalgio
The "art gallery in the street" refers to the art form of the....
poster
Toulouse-Lautrec, Beardsley, Mucha, and Bradley are associated with the turn-of-the-century movement known as...
Art Nouveau
The Caprichos (or the Caprices)is an imaginative and controversial print series created at the turn of the nineteenth century
Goya
Karyn Young's Contemporary artwork, The Making of a Print, shows images of women and traditional clothing form from what country as central subjects of her "mixed-method" or mixed-media work?
Japan
President Coolidge saw advertising as a "civilizing" force in early twentieth-century society
true
The first form of printmaking in Europe that paved the way to mass communications was woodblock printing
true
The new form of printmaking in nineteenth-century Europe and North America that spurred the development of mass-media posters and related printed matter was lithography
true
Kathe Kollwitz was a "visual reporter" of the events of the civil war for Harper's Weekly
False
The Book illustration, Salome with the Head of John the Baptist, is by Toulouse- Lautrec.
False, Rejlander
The Poster La Goulue at the Moulin Rougue, is by Aubrey Beardsley
false
The "stop AIDS" t-shirt is by Keith Haring
true
According to Jean Kilbourne, advertising is a highly destructive force.
true
Alphonse Mucha's Job cigarette ad from 1897 shares much in terms of subject matter and message with contemporary cigarette ads
True
Turn-of-the-century creators of poster advertisements such as bradley and Mucha saw themselves as artists and their advertisements as art.
True
Graphic Art
In the centuries following the Renaissance, any form of visual representation, especially two-dimensional media such as drawing, painting, etching, and engraving. In the modern period, the term graphic art has come to be specifically associated with the various printmaking arts, such as etching, engraving, and lithography.
Printmaking
a general tern for a number of processes by which two-dimensional images are produced in limited editions or sets of identical or nearly identical prints.
Graphic design
The systematic organization of visual information, usually encompassing both imagery and text, for the purpose of communication or persuasion. Magazine advertisements and covers, corporate brochures, and publicity posters are examples of graphic design.
Woodblock print
A process of printmaking, one of the oldest, in which lines or shapes are cut into a block of wood so that the design to be printed protrudes from the block. The protruding sections are then inked and pressed onto paper manually or by means of a mechanical press.
Engraving
A printmaking process in which a design is cut by a handheld instrument into metal plates or wooden blocks. The cut areas are inked for printing. A dampened paper is the places in the surface of the plate or block and run through the rollers of a printing press with enough pressure to force the softened paper into the inked areas below the surface of the plate
Etching
A printmaking process wherein a design is produces by scratching lines on the surface of a metal plate covered with and acid-resistant material. The plate is the places in acid, which "etches" the lines into the surface of the metal. The lines are inked, and a dampened paper is places on the surface of the plate and run through the rollers of a printing press with enough to force the softened paper into the inked areas below the surface of the plate.
Aquatint
an etching technique characterized by subtle gradations of values from pale gray to deep black and by a pleasing granular appearance
Lithography
The process of printmaking in which a greasy material is used to draw or brush a design onto the surface of a flat stone or metal plate. The surface is chemically treated and dampened so that the printers ink is absorbed only by the greasy areas that make up the design. The surface is then covered with paper, which is rolled through a printing press under great pressure.
Screenprinting
also known as silkscreen or serigraphy, a printmaking process which the artist designs and prints his or her own stencils through a screen made of silk or some other open meshed material.