Activity A: Identifying Art Vocabulary Marizy Sainte-Genevieve Maurice Utrillo 191 Directions Study the above painting, Marizy Sainte-Genevieve, carefully. Based on your analysis, answer the following questions. Write your answers in the boxes provided below the questions. 1. What types of lines has the artist used in the painting?
medium/media (singular/plural) – The material with which an artist works such as ink, bronze, oil paint, or watercolor. montage – A composition made up of pictures or parts of pictures previously drawn, painted, or photographed. movement – The direction the viewer’s eyes take when looking at a work of art. Sometimes it
Art 1300 Photography 1 Some Research Paper Guidelines What is this paper “about”? You are writing your paper “about” the work of a photographer (exhibition, internet, book, etc.). You might want to read about the life and work of this photographer (if available), what other people have to say about her/his work, and what the photographer has to say about what s/he was trying to do. However, the most important thing is to focus on a group of photographs by this photographer (at least 5 or 6 works, probably not more than 8 or 10). Conducting Your Research Your research will cover both “primary” and “secondary” sources.
La Tour used a painting technique called, trompe l’oeil, French terminology for, “fool the eye.” La Tour obviously used this technique before William Harnett came along. This particular technique gives the painting a very unusual appearance where some of the objects look like they are glued onto the canvas. There are a lot of details and depth in this painting. The women’s hats with the feathers, the jewelry, the wine bottle, coins on the table, the cards behind the tricksters back just to name a few. La Tour carefully and artistically arranged the subjects in a way that the texture causes the viewer to develop an impulse to touch the piece.
Formal Aspects of Art Art can be an expression of portraying of one’s life. Art is a type of human creation such as sculpture, painting, movies, music, and also dancing. In other words, anything that is natural or non-fictional such as water, clouds, etc. is not art, but anything that is the expression of humans is art. Therefore when we make painting of water, cloud then it is an art, but when a person look at reality of water and clouds is not art.
Describe how Expressionism is visually and thematically characterized in art history. What does an Expressionistic Artwork mean? What are some of the similar stylistic elements seen in Expressionist artworks that are seen again and again? In your own words refer to the art book Caves to Canvas in the art room to see what is written about the art movement and try and add your own information and interpretation to this movement. The websites mentioned earlier should also assist?
Many documents that are acknowledged may later be recorded. A document may not be accepted by the recorder if the notary public seal is illegible. Notaries public are cautioned to make sure that the notary public stamp leaves a clear impression. All the elements must be discernible. The seal should not be placed over signatures or over any printed matter on the document.
Meaning through observance The experience one has while viewing an art piece is in many ways unique to the individual. Although an artist may create a painting with the goal of conveying a particular purpose or emotion, it is the mind of the viewer that extrapolates and creates the final meaning. Therefore, a visual art piece can act as a mirror reflecting the character of a viewer through his or her own subjective interpretations. The Art Gallery of Ontario contains many painting cause one to stop and think. A particularly interesting piece is the Portrait of Dr. Heinrich Stadelmann by the German painter Otto Dix.
When he felt he had the right image he would then project the slide onto a canvas and pencil in both lines and details. The reason why Goings was so amazingly talented is because he could paint the photograph with such profound detail that the audience would be able to see detail that they would typically not be able to see in reality. "My paintings are about light, about the way things look in their environment and especially about how things look painted. Form, color and space are at the whim of reality, their discovery and organization is the assignment of the realist painter." The painting called Ralphs Diner (1982) is a great example of the vivid detail he used with light color and texture.
Another aspect to keep in mind is that photo essays don’t have to tell true stories. For instance, a glamour photography shoot might create a fictional photo essay, highlighting the rise and fall of an imaginary starlet. Photo essays only need to be truthful when telling stories of factual