A European art style that developed between 1520 and 1600. It was a style that rejected the calm balance of the High Renaissance in favor of emotion and distortion.
A material used by an artist to produce a work of art.
A construction made of shapes that are balanced and arranged on wire arms and suspended from the ceiling so as to move freely in the air currents.
Refers to something that consist of only a single color
A work of art made of small cubes of colored marble or glass set in cement.
A principle of art, is a way of combining elements to produce the look of action or to cause the viewer's eye to sweep over the work in a certain manner.
A large design or picture, generally created on the wall of a public building.