BC: Works Cited Understanding Art 10th Edition Lois Fichner-Rathus The College Of New Jersey Jacob Lawrence- Harriet Tubman Series(1939-1940) Pg.35 Claude Monet- Impression: Sunrise(1872) Pg.455 Emil Nolde- Still Life, Tulips(c.1930) Pg.131 Pablo Picasso- The Old Guitarist(1903) Pg.480 Vincent Van Gogh- Starry Night(1889) Pg.461 Andre Derain- London Bridge(1906) Pg.476 Edvard Munch- The Scream(1893) Pg.465 Giacomo Balla- Street Light(1909) Pg. 485 Romare Bearden- Piano Lesson(1983) Pg.15 Judy Pfaff- Voodoo(1981) Pg.98 Helen Frankenthaler- Lorelei(1957) Pg.509 Helen Frankenthaler- Bay Side(1967) Pg.40 Miriam Schapiro- Atrium of Flowers(1980) Pg.51
FC: The reflection of beauty through the color of art | Samantha Jones Amee Patel Art-1030-Intro to Art Appreciation
1: Impressionism is a late nineteenth-century style characterized by the attempt to capture the fleeting effects of light by painting in short strokes of pure color. | Some Impressionist artists include Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir and Berthe Morisot.
2: Watercolor is a paint with a water medium. Watercolors are usually made by mixing pigments with a gum binder and thinning the mixture with water.
3: Cubism is a twentieth-century style developed by Picasso and Braque that emphasizes the two-dimensionality of the canvas, characterized by multiple views of an object and the reduction of form to cubelike essentials.
4: Postimpressionism is a late nineteenth-century style that relies on the gains made by Impressionists in terms of the use of color and spontaneous brushwork but that employs these elements as expressive devices.
5: Fauvism is an early twentieth-century style of art characterized by the juxtaposition of areas of bright colors that are often unrelated to the objects they represent, and by distorted linear perspective.
6: Expressionism is a modern school of art in which an emotional impact is achieved through agitated brushwork, intense coloration, and violent, hallucinatory imagery.
7: Dynamism is the Futurist view that force or energy is the basic principle that underlies all events, including everything we see. Objects are depicted as if in constant motion, appearing and disappearing before our eyes.
8: Composition is the organization of the visual elements in a work of art.
9: Nonobjective art is art that does not portray figures or objects; art without real models or subject matter.
10: Color-field painting is a painting that uses visual elements and principles of design to suggest that areas of color stretch beyond the canvas to infinity; figure and ground are given equal emphasis.
11: Amorphous is without clear shape or form.