A painting technique in which forms are created with patches of color rather than with hard, precise edges.
A story that contains a symbolic message
Pigments mixed with gum and pressed into a stick form for use as chalky crayons. Works of art done with such pigments are referred to as pastels.
A method for representing three-dimensional objects on a two-dimensional surface
An art movement of the late twentieth century in which the style is so realistic it looks photographic.
Finely ground powder that gives every paint its color.
An art style that had its origins in England in the 1950s and made its way to the United States during the 1960s featuring images of the popular culture such as comic strips, magazine ads, and supermarket products.
A fine-grained, high-quality form of china made primarily form a white clay known as kaolin.
The image of a person, especially of the face. It can be made of any sculptural material of any two-dimensional medium.
A French art movement that immediately followed Impressionism. The artist involved showed a greater.
The basic colors of red, yellow, and blue, from which it is possible to mix all the other colors of the spectrum.
Principals of art
Refers to the different ways that the elements of art can be used in a world of art. The principles of art consist of balance, emphasis, harmony, variety, gradation, movement, rhythm, and proportion.
the principle of art concerned with the relationship of certain elements to the whole and to each other. Proportion may also refer to size relationships.