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chapter 16

conceptual having to do with a governing idea or philosophy
formal having to do with the character or relationships of form as a chief priority (composition)
critical process the act of thinking critically or employing critical thinking skills to perceive, describe, analyze, interpret, and evaluate a work of art.
objective reaction Emotionally distanced reaction to a painting; a reasoned analysis
subjective reaction intuitive or emotional response based on personal knowledge or associations
abstract thought thought concerned with theories principles or concepts
throught the window realism approach to painting in which the pictures is like a window, and every object in the painting is an exact representation of the object you would see through a window. this approach yields a photorealist
selective realism approach to painting in which you only paint only the objects in your field of vision that you are aware of in selective realism you paint what's important to you and leave the rest out.
imitation of nature this is how most people see painting. recognition of subject matter is primary.
communication the ability of an artwork to "speak" to the viewer
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