A painting, photography, or other work of art that shows natural scenery such as mountains, valleys, trees, and lakes.
An element of art that refers to the continuous mark made on some surface by a moving point. It may be two-dimensional (pencil on paper), three-dimensional (wire), or implied (the edge of a shape or form). Often, it is an outline, contour, or silhouette
A graphical system that showed artists how to create the illusion of depth and volume on a flat surface. the lines of buildings and other objects in a pictures are slated, making them appear to extend back into space.
A printmaking method developed in the late eighteenth century in which the image to be printed is drawn on a limestone, zine, or aluminum surface with a special greasy crayon. The drawings are then washed with water. When ink is applied, it sticks to the greasy drawing but runs off the wet surface, allowing a print to be made of the drawing