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Etching--Grabado
needle used to draw into a wax ground applied over a metal plate. ink is forced into etched depressions and an impression is printed.
Abstract--Abstracto
applying paint rapidly to huge canvases to show feelings and emotions
Baroque--Barroco
17th century style limited to Catholic countries where painters sought emotion, movement, and variety
Cubism--Cubismo
subject broken up and reassembled in an abstract form. 3 phases: facet, analytical, synthetic
Engraving
cutting or incising a design into a material with a sharp tool called a graver. production of currency and certificates.
Expressionism--Expresionismo
Germany 05-25. communicated through emphasis and distortion.
Gothic--Gótico
example: cathedrals
Lithography--Litografía
printing from a prepared flat stone or metal or plastic plate
Renassaince--Renacimiento
cultural awareness. emphasis on humans, their environment, science, and philosophy
Surrealism--Surrealismo
realistic, though irrational style describing dreamlike fantasies
Modernism--Modernismo
expresses feelings and ideas. creates abstractions and fantasies, rather than what is real.
Fresco--Fresco
painting on plaster (dry or wet)
absorbed and becomes part of wall
Mural--Mural
large design or picture usually on wall of large buildings
Mannerism--Manierismo
rejected the calm balance of the high renassaince in favor of emotion. reflected the tension in Europe at that time in history
Tapestry--Tapiz
textile with colorful design or scene formed by wet threads hand woven to the warp
Futurism--Futurismo
celebration of the machine age glorifying war and favoring growth of fascism
Still Life--Naturaleza Muerta
nature's inanimate objects
Self Portrait--Autorretrato
picture of the him/her self