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1 Study Sheet: Painting Principles Study Sheet: Painting Principles Study: Getting Perspective Study Sheet Art Appreciation (S ) Name: Date: 1 of 4 10/15/12 9:13 AM

2 Study Sheet: Painting Principles Use the space below to make any sketches, drawings, or additional notes to help you remember what you have learned. 2 of 4 10/15/12 9:13 AM

3 Study Sheet: Painting Principles Print as many of these key term note cards out as you need for the study. Leave them whole on the sheet or cut them out to make flash cards. Take extra notes and draw pictures to help you remember each term. You will be tested on key terms in quizzes and tests. perspective In art, a technique used to represent space and depth on a flat surface. 3 of 4 10/15/12 9:13 AM

4 Study Sheet: Painting Principles Renaissance linear perspective horizon line perspective lines vanishing point single-point perspective multiple-point perspective aerial perspective foreground background An art movement in Europe from the 14th to the 17th century. It is marked by a revival of classical (Greek and Roman) influence with an emphasis on art, literature, and science. A form of perspective in which parallel lines seem to converge on one or more vanishing points to give the illusion of depth and distance; also called geometric perspective. In life, the line where the sky and earth seem to meet. In linear perspective, a flat line across the canvas on which the vanishing point is located. In linear perspective, straight, parallel lines that seem to meet at a vanishing point on the horizon line. The point at which parallel lines seem to meet and disappear on the horizon line. A technique in which a single vanishing point is used to create the illusion of depth on a flat surface. A technique in which two or more vanishing points are used to create the illusion of depth on a flat surface. A painting technique in which an artist adjusts color hues and reduces the size of objects to make them seem farther away; also called atmospheric perspective. The part of a painting or other flat artwork that appears closest to the viewer. The part of a painting or other flat artwork that appears farthest away from the viewer. Copyright 2012 Apex Learning Inc. (See Terms of Use at 4 of 4 10/15/12 9:13 AM

5 Study Sheet: Depth Perception Study Sheet: Depth Perception Study: Depth Perception Study Sheet Art Appreciation (S ) Name: Date: 1 of 5 10/15/12 9:14 AM

6 Study Sheet: Depth Perception Use the space below to make any sketches, drawings, or additional notes to help you remember what you have learned. 2 of 5 10/15/12 9:14 AM

7 Study Sheet: Depth Perception 3 of 5 10/15/12 9:14 AM

8 Study Sheet: Depth Perception Print as many of these key term note cards out as you need for the study. Leave them whole on the sheet or cut them out to make flash cards. Take extra notes and draw pictures to help you remember each term. You will be tested on key terms in quizzes and tests. depth perception The ability to see things in three dimensions (length, width, and depth). 4 of 5 10/15/12 9:14 AM

9 Study Sheet: Depth Perception value tint shade Leonardo da Vinci In art, a color's brightness or dullness, as well as shadows and contrasts created with color. The combination of a color with white to make it lighter; the opposite of shade. The combination of a color with black to make it darker; the opposite of tint. ( ) A Florentine mathematician, inventor, architect, and artist from the Renaissance. He most notably added scientific observation to the artist's toolbox. Major works: Vitruvian Man, ca. 1487; The Last Supper, ca. 1495; Mona Lisa, ca contrast chiaroscuro sfumato In art, the difference between one extreme and another, such as light and dark or smooth and textured. A combination of the Italian words for light and dark. In painting, the term refers to the contrast between light and dark. Italian for smoke. A technique created by Leonardo da Vinci in which layers of paint create gentle transitions between colors and objects. Copyright 2012 Apex Learning Inc. (See Terms of Use at 5 of 5 10/15/12 9:14 AM

10 Study Sheet: What Is Realism? Study Sheet: What Is Realism? Study: What Is Realism? Study Sheet Art Appreciation (S ) Name: Date: 1 of 4 10/15/12 9:15 AM

11 Study Sheet: What Is Realism? Use the space below to make any sketches, drawings, or additional notes to help you remember what you have learned. 2 of 4 10/15/12 9:15 AM

12 Study Sheet: What Is Realism? Print as many of these key term note cards out as you need for the study. Leave them whole on the sheet or cut them out to make flash cards. Take extra notes and draw pictures to help you remember each term. You will be tested on key terms in quizzes and tests. propaganda A message that is spread to advance an idea or cause, usually religious or political in nature. 3 of 4 10/15/12 9:15 AM

13 Study Sheet: What Is Realism? Copyright 2012 Apex Learning Inc. (See Terms of Use at 4 of 4 10/15/12 9:15 AM

14 Study Sheet: Painting and the Popular Mind Study Sheet: Painting and the Popular Mind Study: The Artist's Environment Study Sheet Art Appreciation (S ) Name: Date: 1 of 4 10/15/12 2:53 PM

15 Study Sheet: Painting and the Popular Mind Use the space below to make any sketches, drawings, or additional notes to help you remember what you have learned. 2 of 4 10/15/12 2:53 PM

16 Study Sheet: Painting and the Popular Mind Print as many of these key term note cards out as you need for the study. Leave them whole on the sheet or cut them out to make flash cards. Take extra notes and draw pictures to help you remember each term. You will be tested on key terms in quizzes and tests. Abstract Expressionism An artistic movement started in the 1940s in which art is not based on the depiction of reality. Art may be partially or totally abstract, depending on the level 3 of 4 10/15/12 2:53 PM

17 Study Sheet: Painting and the Popular Mind of departure from reality. nonrepresentational Not realistic; not representing or depicting objects observed in nature. Copyright 2012 Apex Learning Inc. (See Terms of Use at 4 of 4 10/15/12 2:53 PM

18 Study Sheet: Art Critics Study Sheet: Art Critics Study: Art Critics Study Sheet Art Appreciation (S ) Name: Date: 1 of 4 10/15/12 9:16 AM

19 Study Sheet: How to Be a Critic Study Sheet: How to Be a Critic Study: How to Be a Critic Study Sheet Art Appreciation (S ) Name: Date: 1 of 4 10/15/12 2:52 PM

20 Study Sheet: How to Be a Critic Use the space below to make any sketches, drawings, or additional notes to help you remember what you have learned. 2 of 4 10/15/12 2:52 PM

21 Study Sheet: How to Be a Critic Print as many of these key term note cards out as you need for the study. Leave them whole on the sheet or cut them out to make flash cards. Take extra notes and draw pictures to help you remember each term. You will be tested on key terms in quizzes and tests. composition The organization or arrangement of different elements within a work of art. 3 of 4 10/15/12 2:52 PM

22 Study Sheet: How to Be a Critic medium The material or materials used by an artist to create artwork. Copyright 2012 Apex Learning Inc. (See Terms of Use at 4 of 4 10/15/12 2:52 PM

23 Study Sheet: Art Critics Use the space below to make any sketches, drawings, or additional notes to help you remember what you have learned. 2 of 4 10/15/12 9:16 AM

24 Study Sheet: Art Critics Print as many of these key term note cards out as you need for the study. Leave them whole on the sheet or cut them out to make flash cards. Take extra notes and draw pictures to help you remember each term. You will be tested on key terms in quizzes and tests. art criticism The field dedicated to evaluating and critiquing the visual arts. 3 of 4 10/15/12 9:16 AM

25 Study Sheet: Art Critics Denis Diderot visual arts aesthetics philosophy of art connoisseur Roger Fry ( ) A French philosopher, art critic, and writer. He is considered the father of modern art criticism. A specific branch of the arts that focuses on what can be seen. It includes drawings, paintings, photography, sculpture, and film. The branch of philosophy that deals with beauty and how it is expressed and appreciated. The school of thought dedicated to examining the question "What is art?" A person with a developed or trained taste for something. ( ) An English artist and art critic known for coining the term Post-Impressionism. Notable written work: Cézanne: A Study of His Development, Clement Greenberg ( ) An American art critic associated with Modern art in the United States - in particular, the Abstract Expressionist movement and the work of Jackson Pollock. Copyright 2012 Apex Learning Inc. (See Terms of Use at 4 of 4 10/15/12 9:16 AM

26 Review: Introduction to Painting Review: Introduction to Painting Review: Introduction to Painting Review Review Art Appreciation (S ) Name: Date: Use your notes from the studies to begin your review. Check the questions and answers from the study sheets you got on the first page of each study. Also, review the key terms for each lesson. They're found on each lesson overview page. Make sure you know what each key term means before you take the test. The following checklist will help you figure out if you're ready to take the test. If you check No for any question, go back to the lesson and activity where the information appears and review that information. Question Yes No Location Broad Strokes: Principles of Painting Can you explain some of the goals of ancient artists and why they didn't use perspective? Do you know who is credited with creating the first system of mathematical perspective? Can you describe what happened to art in the Middle Ages when perspective wasn't used? Can you list several features of Renaissance art that have to do with painting realistically? Can you explain the principles of linear perspective using the terms horizon line, perspective lines, and vanishing points? Can you explain the difference between single-point perspective and multiple-point perspective? Getting Perspective Getting Perspective Getting Perspective Getting Perspective Getting Perspective Getting Perspective Can you describe how aerial perspective is created? Getting Perspective Can you explain how depth perception is created by shifts in color value? Depth Perception Do you know what tint and shade are? Depth Perception Can you describe what contrast is in art using the term chiaroscuro? Depth Perception 1 of 3 10/15/12 9:17 AM

27 Review: Introduction to Painting Can you explain why Leonardo da Vinci invented sfumato and explain how it is used? Depth Perception Influences Real and Imaginary Do you understand the argument that says there is no such thing as realistic art? Can you explain why prephotography paintings were used as historical documents? Can you define propaganda and explain why its main goal is not realism? Can you define the art movement known as Realism and explain the circumstances under which it was created? Can you explain the main influence that led to the creation of Photorealism? Do you understand why the purpose of art is constantly changing? Can you describe how Renaissance artists' goals were combined with religious art? Can you explain the influence a wealthy kingdom, such as Louis XIV's in France, can influence the art of the time? Can you define Abstract Expressionism and explain how, in many ways, abstract artists work against their environments? Can you explain the influence of mass media on Pop Art in the 1960s? What Is Realism? What Is Realism? What Is Realism? What Is Realism? and The Artist's Environment What Is Realism? The Artist's Environment The Artist's Environment The Artist's Environment The Artist's Environment The Artist's Environment How to Critique Can you define art criticism? Art Critics Can you explain what makes Western art criticism different using the terms aesthetics and the philosophy of art? Do you know who Denis Diderot, Roger Fry, and Clement Greenberg are, and can you describe each one's influence on art and art critiquing? Art Critics Art Critics Can you explain why there is no one definition for art? Art Critics Can you explain the primary qualifications of an art critic? Art Critics Can you list the four steps of the art critique process? How to Be a Critic Can you describe the questions you should ask and answer during each step of the art critique process? How to Be a Critic 2 of 3 10/15/12 9:17 AM

28 Review: Introduction to Painting Can you define the terms subject matter, composition, and medium? How to Be a Critic Do you know the main, overarching question you should always keep in mind while doing an art critique? How to Be a Critic Copyright 2012 Apex Learning Inc. (See Terms of Use at 3 of 3 10/15/12 9:17 AM

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