Flashcards in Chapter 11 - Art Nouveau Deck (18)
Means "picture of floating world" and defines the art of the final phase of Japanese traditional history; the time of Japanese isolation from 1603-1867.
The most renowned and prolific ukiyo-e artist, produced some 35,000 works depicting nature, genre scenes, and landscapes.
The last great master of Japanese woodcut; his art depicted transient qualities of nature and weather.
Late nineteenth century western mania for all things Japanese.
Flat shape of color to describe the contour of an object
Was a international decorative style that thrived during the two decades 1890 - 1910, identified by the use of an organic, plantlike.
Consisting of or bounded by curved lines.
Moving in a straight line, or lines at right angles.
Father of the modern poster. French, 1863-1933.
The gradual process of printing one color on top of another, light to dark.
Printing process using a metal plate coated with a resin which is acid resistant to create soft tonal effects that look like watercolor.
British Art Nouveau illustrator who used pen and ink to create shocking, exotic imagery.
Printing process that uses a light-resistant compound, photographic negatives, and acid to produce an image.
The process of using acid to cut or bite into a metal plate.
French artist who experimented with lithographic processes to produce popular posters of French nightlife, often using silhouettes. (Moulin Rouge)
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
Czechoslovakian artist who produced art nouveau posters for legendary actress Sarah Bernhard; he used geometric patterns and Greek/Byzantine patterns.
A large advertising card; a notice posted in a public place.