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Art Terms

A painting of a person, usually one formally posed and looking outward from the painting. Portrait
Red, yellow, and blue, colors that cannot be made by putting other colors together. Primary colors
A period of art history from 1400-1600. Catholic Church important patron of the arts, but the rise of a wealthy middle class led to new interest in nonreligious paintings. Renaissance
Something that repeats and creates a kind of pattern. Artists use elements like colors, lines, and shapes to create rhythms that help create the mood of a painting. Rhythm
A decorative style of painting that developed in France near the end of the Baroque period of art history. The subjects of this type of art are usually wealthy people, often engaged in activities of recreation or amusement. Curved lines & light color. Rococo
A style of painting that developed during the Modern period of art history. Paintings expressed emotions about man and the modern world. Valued truth and sincerity in art. Romanticism
A type of landscape painting that features large expanses of water, usually the ocean or the sea, but occasionally a large lake. Seascape
Colors like green, purple, orange, and others, made by combining primary colors. Secondary colors
The way an object feels on its surface when you touch it. May be hard or soft, rough or smooth. Texture
A painting created on three panels. Triptych
A period of art history from 1900-2000, Twentieth Century
Colors such as red, yellow, orange, and others, that we associate with warm temperatures like the orange glow of a sunset or the bright yellow flames of a fire. Warm colors
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