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ATRH 2020

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ATRH 2020 ARTH001 (art history survey 2)

Stephanie jones
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These notes cover week one of lecture. Three basic components of art. Tips on how to remember Definitions and Artists.
Art History survey II ( ARTH 2020, 001 Hull)
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Stephanie jones on Wednesday August 31, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to ARTH001 (art history survey 2) at East Tennessee State University taught by Hull in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 28 views. For similar materials see Art History survey II ( ARTH 2020, 001 Hull) in Art History at East Tennessee State University.

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Date Created: 08/31/16
Art History II August, 22 notes THREE BASIC COMPONENTS OF ART WORK I remember this by saying, “A MIS is a basis lady.” 1. Medium 2. Iconology 3. Style *How I remember: “A MIS is a basis lady.”  Medium- Are what Materials and techniques the artist use to help create something. Ex: Engraving, marble, bronze *How I remember: M&M= Medium materials  Iconology- Is the subject matter, story, or symbol. *How I remember: “what is the main icon of this is painting?” Meaning the overall Subject.  Style- Distinct manner in which artists use visual elements. For art, things like color, line, brushstrokes, and space are ways an artist can express their own style and dare to be different. How thick or thin the line work is. How dull or vibrant the colors are. *How I remember: Everyone has their own distinctive “STYLE,” or a certain way they like to do things. Color Color can either be warm or cool which can express emotion   and make an impact on the viewer. Three Parts to Color 1. Hue 2. Value 3. Saturation *How I remember: Since color expresses emotion I thought of the phrase: How Very Sad. August, 24 notes Chiaroscuro and Value Chiaroscuro- Is a strong contrast between light and dark in the overall composition. Value- lightness or darkness in the colors. Ex: Mrs. Hull used the artist Gainsborough, Blue Boy, 1770 (18th century) * How I remember: Whenever the professor shows an artist I remember the painting because images are easier to remember that words are… for me anyways, but I remember the info by telling myself, “Gains was a Blue Boy at the age of 18.” I put 18 to remember what century it was in.


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