Elements of Art
Artists
Principles of Design
Art Movements
Color Theory
100
The amount of lightness or darkness a color has.
What is value?
100
The dutch painter of Starry Night?
What is Vincent Van Gogh?
100
When two different elements are in close proximity.
What is contrast?
100
The painting technique that uses closely placed dots of color that the eye blends to create colors and values.
What is pointillism.
100
Red, blue, and yellow
What is primary colors?
200
How some thing feels to the touch, or is perceived to feel.
What is texture?
200
French painter known for his paintings of waterlilies and landscapes with water.
What is Claude Monet?
200
When something stands out compared to everything else.
What is emphasis?
200
This movement, in the late 1950's, is characterized by the usage of bright colors, advertising, comic books, and cultural icons.
What is Pop Art.
200
The absence of color.
What is grayscale?
300
The light that hits an object and reflects back to the eye.
What is color?
300
This Pop Art painter is known for his prints of Marilyn Monroe and Campbell's soup cans, among other things.
What is Any Warhol?
300
When elements are arranged in a way that creates the impression of equality of importance.
What is balance?
300
A time of artistic and intellectual rebirth that started in 15th century Italy.
What is the Renaissance?
300
Purple, orange, and green.
What is secondary colors?
400
A three dimensional object that has volume.
What is form?
400
An American Expressionist painter that used a technique of splattering paint on a room sized canvas.
Who is Jackson Pollock?
400
Elements causing your eye to go from one place to the next in a composition.
What is movement?
400
A movement characterized by paintings depicting dreamlike worlds.
What is Surrealism?
400
Two colors that are directly opposite each other on the color wheel.
What is complimentary colors?
500
The positive or negative area between, around or in something.
What is space?
500
An American female painter that is known for depictions of enlarged and abstracted flowers.
Who is Georgia O' Keeffe?
500
Using similar elements to achieve a cohesive whole.
What is unity?
500
A 19th century art movement that was characterized by small, visible brushstrokes and the depiction of reflecting light.
What is Impressionism?
500
Colors next to each other on the color wheel; the same color family.
What is analogous colors?
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