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ARTH 2020 week 2

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ARTH 2020 week 2 ARTH001 (art history survey 2)

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Space, texture, composition, patron and Netherland Art
Art History survey II ( ARTH 2020, 001 Hull)
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Stephanie jones on Tuesday September 6, 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 13 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: 09/06/16
Art History 2020 8/29 Week2 Space: Illusionistic Foreshortening- perceived distortion object oblique to the surface. Ex: Uncle Sam pointing at you Texture  Appeals to the sense of touch  How light reflects from different surfaces Illusionistic Texture  Imitates texture  Fools the eye Composition  Unified organization of the visual effects Ex: Balance, Rhythm, Symmetry, Asymmetry, Repeated Elements Patron  Person who orders the work of art or who supports the artist  In religious art often known as Donor. Netherlandish Art Known for:  Naturalistic detail  Oil paint on Panel  Christian religious subject May include: Strong Emotion, Personal devotional function, and Naturalistic objects as symbols Claus Sluter Sculpture from Harlem in North Netherlands. He moved to Dijon in Burgundy to write for the Duke. ArtWork: Well of Moses 1400  Base of prophets once supported Christ on the cross  Holds tablets of ten commandments


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