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Ch. 9-12 A.V.TB.

Art Vocabulary Textbook

Ch. 10 Renaissance (J) When art and ideas in science had a Greco-Roman influence after a period of ‘Dark ages’ and before the Scientific Revolution
Ch. 10 Renaissance Art (J) Renaissance Art: Art that is influenced by Greco-Roman culture
Ch. 10 Giotto (J) First Renaissance artist
Ch. 10 Perspective (J) Shows depth in art; 3-d or 2-d
Ch. 10 Linear Perspective (J) Perspective created by using lines on a 2-d shape
Ch. 10 Leonardo da Vinci (J) An inventor, visual artist, engineer, scientist, and architect who created futuristic ideas and inventions and created masterpieces; Michelangelo’s rival. He created the Vitruvian Man and the blueprints for The Flying Machine.
Ch. 10 Raphael (J) A loved artist who was not disliked by many artists. He painted The School of Athens and created another variation of The David with his sculpture The David.
Ch. 10 Michelangelo (J) A visual artist, engineer, scientist, and an architect who completed his works and had a opposite personality and a different style than Leonardo da Vinci. He was Leonardo’s rival, and he sculpted the David and painted the Sistine Chapel.
Ch. 10 Mannerism (J) A form of art after Renaissance art was invented, that was more abstract and emotionally tuned than Renaissance art.
Ch. 10 Realism (J) A realistic type of art style
Ch. 10 Greco-Roman/Classical Art (J) Art from Ancient Rome and Greece
Ch. 19 Romantic Art (J) Art that showed the opposite of the Enlightenment; it showed emotion, and creativity while being usually more tuned towards nature.
Ch. 9 Bubonic Plague (V) Aka. The Black Death. A widespread disease that killed 1/3 of the European population. Inspired the simple artwork of the time. Also caused more skilled workers, like artists.
Ch. 12+14 Baroque Art (J/V) Showed realistic, and natural art that also showed emotion in subjects; it was normally used in politics or Catholicism. (J) Three dimensional art that was larger than life. (V)
Ch. 12 Peter Paul Rubens (V) A Flemish painter of the seventeenth century who is known mostly for his counter-revolutionary artwork
Ch. 12 El Greco (V) A Greek born Spanish painter.
Ch. 12 Gian Lorenzo Bernini (V) An Italian artist who worked mostly in Rome.
Ch. 15 Josiah Wedgwood (V) English potter.
Ch. 15 Henry Cort (V) An Italian artist who worked mostly in Rome.
Ch. 15 Guild (V) An Italian artist who worked mostly in Rome.
Ch. 24 Feminism (V) A term used to describe the want of the equal rights for women. Had an influence on women artist of the time.
Ch. 14 Michelangelo Caravaggio (J) Baroque artist that was famous for the contrast in value, and the drama in his art work
Ch. 17 Rococo Art (J) Elaborate and playful art used in pastel colors, and also emphasized values and hues
Ch. 17 Neoclassical Art (J) Art that was influenced by the classical Greco-Roman art and by Renaissance art
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