vocab
vocab 2
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the revival of a classical style or treatment in art, literature, architecture or music.
What is Neoclassicism
100
a style of painting begun in France about 1875. it stresses a candid glimpse of the subject, spontaneity and an emphasis on the momentary effects of light on color.
What is Impressionism
100
Impressionism developed from realism.
From which style of art did Impressionism develop?
100
He Studied oils, charcoal, and crayon to determine color, light, placement, and shapes. His technique was pointillism.
What did Seurat do in preparation for painting Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte? What technique did Seurat use to paint this picture?
100
France was the center of western art.
As the twentieth century began, which country was the center of Western Art?
200
a style of art that emphasizes the personal, emotional and dramatic aspects of exotic , literary and historic subject matter
What is Romanticism
200
stressed more substantial subjects than those of the impressionist.
What is Post-impressionism
200
The painting suggested the title impressionism is impression: sunrise.
Which painting suggested the title Impressionism in the art critics?
200
He worried about the setup of the objects he painted. He was trying to achieve to western style.
b. Explain what concerned Cezanne so much in his paintings that he often would distort forms? What was he trying to achieve in his art?
200
His themes were evocative treatment of psychological.
What themes did Edward Munch paint?
300
allegorical y
symbolic of truths or generalizations about human nature.
300
begun in Germany. Sought to communicate strong personal and emotional feelings to the viewer.
What is Expressionism
300
He painted it so many times because he wanted to capture the different seasons.
Why did Monet paint so many versions of the Rouen Cathedral
300
His favorite subjects were dancers, café goers, and circus people.
What were some of Toulouse-Lautrec's favorite subjects to paint?
300
The scream is his most famous painting.
What is Munch's most famous painting
400
Non-representational
art that has no recognizable subject matter such as trees flowers or people
400
technique used by Impressionist artist in which the viewer's eye blends juxtaposed dotes of color from a distance.
What is Optical mixing
400
The vantage point was that he was on the second floor of the building.
From what vantage point is the viewer looking at the Place du Theatre Francais in Pissarro's painting?
400
That is a type of brush texture that is a thicker stroke.
Describe the painted surface texture of Van Gogh's paintings. He used impasto
400
He painted essentially monhoromatic paintings in shades of blue and blue-green, only occasionally warned by other colors
Why is Picasso's early work called his Blue Period? Name an example of a painting from his blue period.
500
a photographic device invented by Eadweard Muybridge in the late 1870's.
Zoopraxiscope
500
the effect produced from the application of optical mixing
What is Broken color
500
Degas used oil pastels as his medium.
What medium did Degas use to draw Rehearsal on the Stage
500
He expressed his feelings through paintings.
Why is Van Gogh considered an expressionist
500
The scream is his most famous painting.
What is Munch's most famous painting
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