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HS Art 1 Exam Review

Semester Exam Review 2014

An element of art that indicates areas between, around, above, below, or within something. Space
The Italian word meaning of "light-dark." The use of value contrasts to represent the effects of light and shadow. Chiaroscuro
Red and Green, Blue and Orange, Yellow and Purple are: Complimentary Colors
The identifying characteristics of the artwork of an individual, a group of artists, a period of time, or an entire society is called: Style
Having height and width. Two-dimensional (2D)
Having height, width, and depth. Three-dimensional (3D)
An element of art concerned with the degree of lightness and darkness of a color. Value
An element of art that is two-dimensional. Shape
When using Prismacolor pencils, what can keep you from adding color to your paper? Coloring too hard that you finish the paper's teeth.
One way artists use values is to help them make ojects look solid. Using dark and light values in this way is called: Shading
The three primary colors are: Red, Yellow, and Blue
The three secondary colors are: Orange, Green, and Violet
A mid-nineteenth-century style in which artists turned to painting familiar scenes and events as they actually appeared in nature, without stylization or idealization, as in Neoclassicism and Romanticism. Realism
When creating value by using color, we always blend with at least how many colors? 3 colors
Gustave Courbet was the leading artist of what movement? Realist
Unity, variety, emphasis, rhythm, movement, balance, pattern, and proportion are ___________ of design. Principles
In pictures, Positive Shapes are the figures and ___________ ____ make up the ground. Negative Shapes
The repetition of elements or combinations of elements in a recognizable organization. Pattern
A technique in which the artist creates the illusion of depth by an object in front of another. Overlapping
Lines with Little variation that describe the outer edges of shapes that appear flat. Outlines
Bumps on paper that come from the paper being compressed Teeth
A free form of shapes. Organic Shapes
Optical movement is the _____________ of movement, or implied movement caused by the response of the eye to lines, shapes, and colors arranged in artworks. Illusion
The materials such as oil, watercolor, etc., used to create an artwork; or category of art such as drawing, painting, or sculpture. Medium
The basic element of art, referring to a continuous mark, made on a surface by a moving point. Line
Squares, triangles, and circles. Geometric shapes
The area of a picture that appears to be closest to the viewer. Foreground
Line, shape, form, color, value, space, and texture are _______ of art. Elements
Shading created by cross parallel lines Crosshatching
Pablo Picasso is mostly known for what style? Cubism
Blue, Green, and Violet. Cool Colors
Red, Orange, and Yellow. Warm colors
Lines that define the outer edges of forms and surfaces within a form-such as shapes or wrinkles and folds. Contour Lines
An art element with three properties: hue, value, and intensity. Color
Diego Rivera The Flower Vendor
Frida Kahlo Self Portrait as a Tehuana
Paul Cezanne Mont Sainte- Victoire
Grant Wood American Gothic
Pablo Picasso Three Musicians
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