Paint in its most basic form is composed of ________ and a liquid binder.
This component of paint has traditionally been extracted from minerals, soils, vegetable matter, and animal by-products.
This is not a traditional paint binder.
This painting tool can be used to apply thick encaustic paint.
The binding agent for tempera paint is ______.
Tempera lends itself to high ______ because it is usually applied with a brush in short, think strokes.
This painting process relies on freshly applied lime plaster to hold the pigment in place.
The earliest examples of fresco, found at the Palace of Knossos on the Mediterranean island of _______, date to c.1600-1500 bce.
This painting binder is a by-product of flax production and first came into common use during the late Middle Ages and the Northern Renaissance.
Jan van Eyck
The Renaissance artist and writer Giorgio Vasari credited this Flemish painter with the invention of oil paint.
The transparency of oil paint allows a painter to use a process called glazing in order to add high degree of ______ to a painting.
Californian artist Joan Brown used this painting technique, created applying thick layers of paint to a surface.
_______ can create many different effects, depending on how it is applied. Chinese-born artist Hung Liu utilized these qualities to separate reality and the ideal in her work Interregnum.
Italian Baroque artist Artemisia Gentileschi used this medium for her Allegory of Painting, a self portrait of the artist with a paint brush in hand.
This contemporary painting medium uses a polymer resin as a binder.
One of the advantages of acrylic paint is that it can be cleaned up using this liquid.
This Japanese-American artist used acrylic paint to express the relationship between American and Japanese cultures.
This painting medium is transparent, applied to a paper surface, and has a gum arabic binder (the French version uses honey).
This painting medium is opaque, applied to a paper surface, and uses gum arabic binder.
This German artist’s naturalistic depiction of Hare was created using a combination of watercolor and gouache highlighting.
This medium is made of pigment suspended in water so that it adheres to the fibers of paper to which it is commonly applied. Usually there is a small amount of gum arabic in this medium, and it most often uses only black pigment.
This Japaneses artist exploited the rich, dark value of ink painting to capture the characters of a river by moonlight.
This painting technique was used by prehistoric cave painters of Lascaux, France, and is still used by contemporary graffiti artists.
Crash (John Matos)
This tag artist started out creating graffiti art in New York City subway cars before producing museum works like Aeroplane I.
We have discovered paintings at Lascaux in France that have been made by artists dating back ______ years.
the size of an object or artwork relative to another object or artwork, or to a system of measurement
the material on which a painting is done
a very realistic or lifelike style of making images
the artistic skill or trick of making something look real
art that represents objects in an exaggerated way to emphasize certain aspects of the object
a bright, glowing quality
European artistic and architectural style of the late sixteenth to early eighteenth centuries, characterized by extravagance and emotional intensity
a book produced by an artist, usually an expensive limited edition, often using specialized printing processes
in spray painting or silkscreen painting, a barrier the shape of which blocks the paint
a perforated template allowing ink or paint to pass through to print a design