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Fine arts test

Histroy of finearts

termdefinition
Stumato soft veiled smokey appearance of the oil painting
Glazing The layer of many thin translucent applications of paint.
The Mona Lisa Leonardo da Vinci
Ready made are made from or incorporate already existing objects
Dada anti art movement
the fountain marcel duchamp
Venus of Willendorf 4 1/8 inches 22,000-24,000 BCE
Portrait of a Queen mother edo/beni
The Isenheim Altarpiece Matthias Grunewald
Mont Sainte-Victoire Paul Cezanne
American Gothic Grant Wood
Janitor Duane Hanson
The red Room Henri Matisse
Les Demoiselles d'Avignor Pablo Picasso
State Hospital Edward Kienholtz
Staircase tussel house Victor Horta
Barcelona Chair Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (walter groupious taught)
Oeure The entire body of an artists work
Isometric Perspective Receding parallel lines remain parallel.
School of athens The school of Athens Raphael Sanzion
The two fridas frida kahlo
The ceiling of the Sistine Chapel Michaelangelo buonarroti
The last judgement Michelangelo Buonarroti
The potato Eaters Vincent can Gogh
Spirit of the Dead walking Paul Gaguin
David Michelangelo
The Gates of hell and the Thinker Auguste Rodin
Freestanding sculpture Ment to be viewed from all around
Relief sculpture Meant to be viewed from one side
Running fence Christo and Jeanne Claude
The scream Munch
Marilyn Andy Warhol
Red crater James turrel
trumple fool the audience into thinksing something is real
polytech viewed from many angles
Created by: john.rawley