Flashcards in Chaps 9-11 Deck (51):
The process or substance used by an artist
Madonna and Child with Saint and an infant St. John the Baptist
From Italian "cartone"
Substances that hold pigment together
A stylist made of gold silver or other metal applied to a sheet of paper prepared with a mixture of powdered bones and gum water. Ex: Raphael "st. Paul rending his garments" & St Luke drawing the virgin
A descriptive representation of the thing seen through an outline or contour drawing
Tracings of the outlines of compositions drawn on the wall before the painting of frescoes
Charcoal & chalk example
Georgia O'Keeffe Banana Flower
Vija Clemins "Untitled" ocean
Chalk based medium with color pigment and nongreasy binder added to it. Ex: Mary Cassatt, "seated woman" dekoonig
Pen and ink example
Elisabetta Sirani, "The holy family with the kneeling Saint"
Wash medium ex
Giovani Battista Tiepolo "The adoration of the Magi"
Rembrandt "a sleeping woman"
Kai "The poet li bo walking and chanting a poem"
Paper & scissors medium example
Henri Matisse, Venus
Earliest known printed publication
"Diamond Sutra" Tang Dynasty
First book printed with movable type
Gutenberg bible 1450
1493 illustrated history of the world, written and visual, 1800 illustrations
A single impression
Surface upon which the design has been created
Multiple impressions made on paper from the same matrix
Trial impressions made before the final addition is run
Any printmaking process in which the image to be printed is raised off the background in reverse (stamp/woodcut). Yin Yang, Harunobu
Powell, noonday rest in marble Canyon 1875
Similar to woodcut except the block is made of linoleum. Ex: the tube train Power 1934
Alignment of different blocks of colors
Printing in negative spaces, what is carved into a plate
Dürer: "Adam and Eve" 1504
Method involving an acid Bath, ink and print "Stairwell" Dickson 1984
Difference between engraving and etching
Etching is much more fluid and free and capable of capturing something of the same sense of immediacy as the sketch
Painting and drawing on a stone slab
Type of printmaking that uses both a plate and press in the creation of an image. Once it is printed it can never be printed again. Fritz Scholder "Dream Horse"
Stencil placed over tightly stretched fabric. Andy Warhol "Marilyn Monroe"
The allegory of painting
Jean Vermer 1665
Self-portrait as the allegory of painting 1630
Thinner for application
Chimabue was a teacher of
Made by combining pigment with the binder of hot wax, " Mummy portrait of a man" Egypt 160 & 3 Flags JJ
Style adapted for wall painting, Pompeii
Pigments apply to wet plaster, lasts longer
Pigments applied to drive plaster, i.e. the last supper, fades more quickly
The glorification of Saint Ignatius 1691
The Lybian Sibyl 1511
Media made by combining water pigment and egg yolk
Primavera, Botticelli & The Birth of Venus
Andrew Wyeth, Braids 1979
Versatile, can be combined
Still Life with Lobster, Jan de Heem
The Annunciation 1425 Tryptic
Richter 1988 Betty
Expensive, quick drying. Made by applying pigment suspended in a solution of water and done to dampened paper.
Homer, A Wall Nassaw 1898 and boat scene
Watercolor mixed with white chalk to create an opaque effect. Jacob Lawrence