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perspective
Point of view
ART: WEEK 1: DAY 1
chiaroscuro
Light and shade in a painting, skill displayed using these
ART: WEEK 1: DAY 1
etching
engraving
ART: WEEK 1: DAY 1
mezzotint
method of engraving that leaves the impression of light and shadow
ART: WEEK 1: DAY 1
palimpsest
Paper written on both front and back, often erased and reused
ART: WEEK 1: DAY 2
pentimento
evidence that an original work of art has been altered
ART: WEEK 1: DAY 2
fresco
ITALIAN:means fresh
painting on damp lime plaster, held color, produces clear an luminous works of art
ART: WEEK 1: DAY 2
tempera
painting methos used in murals, normally applied to dry walls; produces clear, pure colors; used with oil paint
ART: WEEK 1: DAY 2
pointillism
painting with dots of color to produce an image
ART: WEEK 1: DAY 3
mosaic
small colored pieces of glass, stone, or marble in mortar to create a picture
ART: WEEK 1: DAY 3
genre painting
realistic style of painting, using everyday life as subject matter
ART: WEEK 1: DAY 3
collage
scraps and pieces of material combined with objects painted in a picture
ART: WEEK 1: DAY 3
cave painting
paintings made as long as 20,000 years ago; made by European painters; depicted buffalo and wild boar
ART: WEEK 1: DAY 4
Byzantine
developed after Byzantium became capital of Roman Empire (c. 330) Art style known by monumental, stylized, rigid images set on gold backgrounds
ART: WEEK 1: DAY 4
Gothic
France (c. 1200) began with sculpture, followed by painting; graceful, linear, elegant style, far less rigid than Byzantine
ART: WEEK 1: DAY 4
Romanesque
France(c. mid-eleventh century) Ornamental, stylized, complex in both sculpture and painting. Often used in huge churches, encouraged monumental frescoes
ART: WEEK 1: DAY 4