Henri Matisse and Romare Bearden both utilize ____ & _____ ______ to create order and harmony in their versions of the Piano Lesson.
African-American artist Faith Ringgold records the story of her life and dreams on a Harlem rooftop. Her painted memories are depicted within the framework of a(n) _________.
In his family 1907 photograph, Alfred Stieglitz captures the juxtaposition of the upper and lower classes on board the Kaiser Wilhelm II ship. This photograph is titled _________.
Images painted directly on a wall or intended to cover a wall completely, such as Jose Clemente Orozco’s Epic of American Civilization: Hispano-American, are known as _______.
Marc Chagall self-portrait I and Village can best be described as a depiction of _____________.
In Laurie Simmons’ photograph Red Library #2, the perfect room and robot-like woman are meant to symbolize ______.
The use of space and atmosphere in Max Beckmann’s The Dream could be best described as ______.
Located in Istanbul, Turkey, the _____ was build as a Christian church in 532-537 CE but was converted to an Islamic mosque in 1453 and now serves as a museum. Its _____ is especially wondrous, appearing to float on light streaming through its row of windows.
Marcel Duchamps Fountain is a readymade, produced from an upside-down ____.
Judy Chicago’s triangular installation called the Dinner Party was constructed to honor and immortalize _______.
The 19th-century painter Jean-Francois Millet wrote, “I try not to have things look as if chance had brought them together, but as if they had a necessary bond between them.” Here, the artist is expressing his quest for ________ in his art works.
In Betye Saar’s The Liberation of Aunt Jemima, the artist is protesting the use of Aunt Jemima as a(n) _______.
Picasso protested the horror and brutality of the Spanish civil war in his 1937 masterpiece painting known as ________.
In Nighthawks, Edward Hopper’s desolate scene of late night diners in a city café, the scene seems to be set in the period of the _____.
An Anti-commercial movement begun in the1960s in which works of art are conceived and executed in the mind of the artist is known as ____.
Light against dark or dark against light creates visual differences in _____.
_____ are formed when intersecting or connected lines enclose space.
Using their signature combination of the body and braided hair, the Gerlovins created a modern revision of _____, one of the most popular themes of the Renaissance.
In art, a _____ is usually defined as a moving dot and is both the simplest and most complex of the visual elements.
_____ creates the illusion of roundness or three dimensionality through the use of light and shadow on a two-dimensional surface.
Diagonal lines are often used to ____.
The _____ shape of an artistic composition is considered the background.
In works with ______, the lines are completed by the viewer.
In Emily Mary Osborne’s Nameless and Friendless, _________ visually connect and lead the viewer’s eye around the composition.
The process of organizing the visual elements to achieve a desired aesthetic in a work of art is known as _________.
Pictorial balance can be found in which of the following?
The device of _____ to create unity is reflected in the ages of the youth, their ethnicity, and their suggested bond of friendship in Delilah Montoya’s Los Jovenes (Youth).
The compositional unity in Thomas Hart Benton’s Palisades derives primarily from _________.
Unlike two-dimensional compositions, three-dimensional objects such as sculptures often have ______.
Leonardo da Vinci’s Proportion of the Human Figure can best be considered an example of ____.
_________ refers to the portrayal of people and things as they are, with no idealization or distortion.
Roy Lichtenstein’s Forget It! Is an example of Pop Art that has the visual appearance of a _____.
In expressionistic art, the artist intentionally distorts colors and forms in the composition in order to achieve a(n) ____.
______ refers to a distinctive handling of elements and media associated with the work of an individual artist, a school or movement, or a specific culture or period.
The form of an artwork includes all of the elements that make up the composition except _____.
Walter de Maria's the lightning field is considered a spectacular example of ________.
Peter Testa believes we "need to rethink how we assemble buildings" and has designed a high-rise tower out of ____.
the oldest form of printmaking is ________, and most likely the first people to use it where the ancient _______.
the advent of the camera replaced the age-old need of art to imitate nature as closely as possible, and this change, in turn, led to the development of 20th century artistic _____.
william wegmans blue period is a canine spoof on ____.
one of the best preserved ancient roman aqueduct systems is the ____ near nimes, france. the ____ of the limestone blacks allowed for the weight of three tiers of arches.
the binding agent that powdered pigment is mixed with to form paint is known as the _____.
the primary purpose of ______ is to preserve memories of persons or events
Andy goldsworthys ice piece was produced using
intaglio prints are made from ______ into which lines have been incised
many of the artist chuck closes unidealized portraits such as self portrait/conte crayon, are based on a _____, which produces blurry photographic likenesses.
the gothic, pointed arch church of notre dame is bathed in light due to its ample _____.
the faces in faith ringgolds soft sculpture mama jones, andrew, barbara, and faith are reminiscent of ________.
rembrandt copied ______ but addedsome aditional features to his own sketched version
in the lost wax process, molten metal is poured into a fire-resistant mold known as a ______.
lithgraphy, invented in the beginning of the 19th century by a german playwright, is a planographic, or ______, printing process in which a _____ is used.
dorothea langes mirgant mother is a touching photograph take during the period of
in the ___ process, the artist creates clean-cut lines on a plate of copper, zinc, or steel by forcing a sharp burin across the surface with the hell of the hand
broadly defined, _____ is the art of running an implement that leaves a mark over a surface.
Louis Sullivans rigid horizontal and vertical processions of facade elements that suggest the regularity of the spaces within his wainwright building reinforce sulivans famous motto that ______.
in silverpoint drawings, the drawings surface must be coated with a ground of ____.
higher quality photographs are said to have higher _________.
the oldest known type of ink is india or china ink, made form a solution of _____.
true fresco, or _________, is executed on damp _____.
the traditional composition of tempera, rarely used today, consisted of _________.
the word photograph is derived from greek roots that mean ________.
the botanical whimsies of _______ are considered some of the finest examples of art nouveau glass.
william henry fox talbots first "photogenic drawings" were eerie, delicate photographs of ______, produced from a ______
for the gatesm cristo and jeanne-claude installed _____ throughout central park in Feb of 2005
which of the following is not an additive sculptural process
the fluidity and portability of watercolor has often lent itself to ___________
native american potter Lucy M. Lewis produces her finely made acoma pueblo pots through th elaborious process of _________.
due to its ______,clay is frequently used to make three-dimensional preparatory sketches for other sculptures.
in both the camera and the ________, light enters a narrow opening and is projected onto a photosensitive surface.
miriam schapiros maid of honour is a paint-and-fabric construction hat she labeled ________