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Art appreciation Chapter 1

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Art appreciation Chapter 1 ARTS 2000

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These notes are from chapter one of the Preble's Artforms edition 9 book.
Art Appreciation
Andrea Trombetta
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This 7 page Class Notes was uploaded by Autumn Griffith on Friday September 30, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to ARTS 2000 at University of Georgia taught by Andrea Trombetta in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 3 views.


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Date Created: 09/30/16
Chapter 1 The nature of art • Artist unknown/DEER AND HANDS/c.15,000 B.C.E./ cave painting Work of ar- tThe visual expression of an idea formed with the skill through use of a medium Medium- particular material, along with it’s technique Mixed media- art made with a combination of different materials • Newman/CATHEDRA/1951/oil on canvas Purpose and Functions of Art: 1. Art for communicating information Examples: • Artist unknown/WHEEL OF TIME/1997/sand • Artist unknown/THE TREE OF JESSE/1150-1170/stained glass 2. Art for day to day living Example: • Artist unknown/BLACK FEET PAR FLECHE/1885/rawhide-pigment 3. Art for worship and ritual Example: • Artist unknown/STONEHENGE/c.2000 BCE England/photograph 4. Art for personal expression • Rembrandt Van Rijn/SELF PORTRAIT/1658/oil on canvas • Yong Soon Min/DWELLING/1994/mixed media • Bearden/ROCKET TO THE MOON/1971/ Collage on board 5. Art for social causes Example: • Chaz Maviyane-Davies/GLOBAL WARNING/1997/poster for 3rd United Nations convention 6. Art for visual delight Examples: Mirlam Schaprio/HEARTLAND/1985/acrylic, fabric, and glitter on canvas Art- the expression of creative skill and imagination, especially through a visual medium such as painting or sculpture Art 21 season 1: -Anne Hamilton- threaded, hung sheets in a warehouse, mouth camera


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