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Art Rembrandt& vocab

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line a continous mark made on a surface. -lines are 1d and measured in length -lines may have diffrent lengths, values, textures, directions, degree of curve ext....
shape a space that is endorsed or created by other elements of art. -are 2d and measured in length or width -may be geometric, also can be freeflowing
form a 3d figure (ex. sphere cube pyrimid ect.) -have length width and depth
value the graduation of tone from light to dark -pertains to the use of light & dark shade & highlight in a work of art
space distances or areas around, between or within a work of art. -deals with foreground, middleground and background.
negative space empty areas between and around objects, shapes or forms.
positive space the are in artwork that is filled with objects, shapes or forms.
texture refers to how things feel, or how things look like they might feel
tactile texture perceived by touch
visual texture perceived by sight
color found in pigments, dyes and light.aka hue -perceived when light striking an object is reflected back to the eye.
composition the arrangement and organization of elements of art within a work of art.
5 steps to have a successful composition 1. very little negative space. 2. run objects off the edge of your paper. 3. you must overlap objects. 4. no emphasis in the middle 5. use the art elements and design principle effectively.
thumb nail sketch a small sketch used to plan out a composition
accented line expressive line which varies from thick to thin and from dark to light. -also called weighted line because as you press harder on your pencil the line become thicker and darker.
proportion deals with size , relationships of one part to the whole and one part to another
5 rules for drawing a rough draft 1. good composition from thumb nail sketch 2. proportion much be correct 3. draw lightly/sketched 4. don't draw every detail 5. no shading/value
highlight where light froma source falls most directly on the object
core shadow the darkest shadow on the object, located between the highlight and reflected light.
reflected light a dim light bounced back on the object by light falling on surfaces around the object
cast shadow the darket shadow caused by the object blocking the light source.
7 steps to have a successful continuous line drawing 1. do not pick up you pen or pencil 2. look at the object you are drasing more than your paper 3. draw every detail 4. draw slowly: 1 mm per second 5. work with your mistakes 6. no "sketchy" lines, all line should be continuous and flowing 7. put li
was it a disappointment to Rembrandt's parents when he dropped out of school to become a painter yes, it may have been because painters were ranked with other craftsmen
chiaroscuro use of light and dark Caravaggio had studied this
did Rembrandt use dramatic lighting yes, his dramatic use of light became an important quality of his painting style
Rembrandt painted many bible characters as everyday people he would see walking around the streets. Rembrandt painted many bible characters as everyday people he would see walking around the streets.
Rembrandt was a rebel because he rebelled against the subject matter and artistic styles popular in Holland. Becasue of his pity for the common people who worked so hard and lived so poorly, he used them in his pictures. He showed the good in people. He i Rembrandt was a rebel because he rebelled against the subject matter and artistic styles popular in Holland. Becasue of his pity for the common people who worked so hard and lived so poorly, he used them in his pictures. He showed the good in people. He i
Etching was Rembrandt's favorite print making method. Etching was Rembrandt's favorite print making method.
Created by: afeldman on 2011-10-23



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