To make it easier to copy
Why did Edgar Degas draw a grid over his study of a dancer?
The __________ are credited with the invention of paper around 105 C.E.
The coloring material in virtually all drawing media is known as __________.
Which media is the most forgiving of mistakes and changes of decisions?
Historically in silverpoint, lines were drawn with a silver __________ onto a surface coated with bone dust.
Sol LeWitt’s “Wall Drawiing #766” is an example of __________ __________.
Chris Ofili created “Prince Among Flowers” using __________ as his medium.
Crayons are oily
The main difference between crayons and chalk is that __________ __________ __________.
Raymond Pettibon often complicates the meanings of his drawings with __________.
Impressionism and pointillism
The style used by Georges Seurat in “Cafe Concert” is __________ and __________.
Julie Mehretu’s use of the rapidograph and translucent mylar intentionally evoke __________ __________.
Pablo Picasso’s study for “Guernica” can best be described as __________ drawings.
Because this 20th-century artist dated most of his drawings over the course of his lifetime, we have nearly a complete visual record of his mind at work.
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This artist combined acrylics with quilting.
A mixture of white pigment and glue.
The surface on which the artist works on.
Painting in wet plaster.
Preliminary/full size drawing.
Thick application of paint.
Pasting bits of paper, cloth or other material to the surface.
Pieces of tile, glass, or stone fitted together to make a pattern or image.
This artist is considered one of the leading figures in 20th century American art. He studied at the Harlem Art Workshop and worked for the WPS during the Great Depression.
This 20th century artist was a master of the fresco technique; he created the work “Mixtec Culture”.
This painting technique first used in Egypt, Greece and Rome involves the use of wax.
In bueno fresco, or true fresco, pigments are mixed with water and applied to a __________ __________.
After building a canvas and before painting, a painter generally applies a coat of __________.
Watercolor’s primary characteristic is it’s __________ __________.
Oil and ink sticks
Two ancient painting media that are still used today are __________ and __________ __________.
In oil painting, linseed oil acts as the __________.
Jan van Eyck
The first acclaimed artist to understand and exploit oil painting was __________.
This watercolor that has been made opaque by adding insert white pigment to the color.
This new synthetic paint challenged oils as the principal painting medium.
Michelangelo and Raphael
Pope Julius II employed these Italian Renaissance artist to paint frescos for him. Who were they?
Picasso and Braque developed a technique called __________ created by gluing bits of paper to the canvas.
A __________ paint is one that dissolves in something other than water.
All in one go
Define Alla prima
Lautrec; Moulin Rouge
One of the most celebrated 19th century artists; he created posters for a famous dance hall. Name the artist and the dance hall.
The ancient symbol from Chinese philosophy that embodies a worldview of mutual independence is called __________.
__________ __________ has it’s roots in the printing press and the industrial revolution.
Cook and Shanonsky
This graphic design team developed the familiar set of symbols used today to communicate information across language barriers to international travelers.
This is often the first and key element in creating a complete corporate identity program.
An image created to accompany words is called an __________.
The arrangement and appearance of letters in graphic design is called __________.
This is the designer’s blueprint for books and magazines and other works in print.
Location and time
Cassidy Curtis’s “Graffiti Archaeology is organized by __________ and __________- which is used to effectively display its subject.
In 1525, with the advent of movable type this artist created a unified alphabet that could be mass produced.
The American graphic designer who created some of the most memorable logos for IBM, UPS, and ABC.
When was the iPod launched?
He was one of the first artists to acknowledge the power of graphic design to become part of our personal world.
Fernando Sarmiento was one of the founders of an animation and design studio called __________.