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ART 1309-005 Painting

by: Alex Olges

ART 1309-005 Painting ART 1309

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Covers Peaslee's 10.3.16 lecture. Details various forms of painting.
Art Appreciation
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Art, Appreciation, Media, painting, 1309
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Alex Olges on Monday October 3, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to ART 1309 at Texas Tech University taught by Peaslee in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 18 views. For similar materials see Art Appreciation in Art at Texas Tech University.


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Date Created: 10/03/16
Painting (from chapter 2.2) Monday, October 3, 2016 8:58 AM • Chauvet Cave in France (30000BCE) ○ Shows fairly realistic portrayal of horses • Cave painting from Pech Merle cave (23000BCE) ○ Made with pigment mixed with saliva • Painting on West Bank Wall by Bansky (2005) ○ Shows silhouette of a girl holding onto balloons floating away • Grafiti Removal Hoteline in Londoby Bansky (2008) ○ Painting just like cave paintings mentioned above • Support: surface upon which artist paints • Ground: coating applied to a support to prepare for painting • Pigment: powdered color ○ Taken from minerals, etc • Binder: a liquid that is mixed with pigment to make paint ○ Examples: beeswax, egg yolk, veggie oil, water ○ Today binders are more complex chemical substances • Portrait of a Boy (100-150CE) ○ Encaustic paint on wood § Pigment mixed with a hot wax □ Demands very sturdy support § Must work quickly before it dries § Quite durable manner of paint ○ Over 600 of these found in Egypt § Used as a portrait laid over the mummy after death • Two Lovers by Riza Abbasi (1629-30) ○ Tempera paint on paper § Mixed with egg/egg yolk binder § Allows for great detail ○ Also has gilt paint § Like gold leaf/ gilded areas • Christina's World by Andrew Wyeth (1948) ○ Tempera on panel § Can see tempera's high degree of detail in grass, hair, and so on ○ Magic realism: everyday scenes are imbued with poetic mystery • Bull-Leapers from Palace of Knossos (Crete, Greece) (1-1375BCE) ○ Fresco painting • Christina's World by Andrew Wyeth (1948) ○ Tempera on panel § Can see tempera's high degree of detail in grass, hair, and so on ○ Magic realism: everyday scenes are imbued with poetic mystery • Bull-Leapers from Palace of Knossos (Crete, Greece) (1-1375BCE) ○ Fresco painting § Pigment suspended in lime water § Painted into a wall onto wet plaster • The Libyan Sibyl y Michelangelo (1511-12) ○ Fresco § Have to work pretty quickly □ Before plaster on the wall dries • Man, Controller of the Universe, or Man in the Time Machine by Diego Rivera (1934) ○ Fresco painting ○ Mexico had just gone thru its revolution ○ Government commissioned artists to do some work Began this work in New York, but was controversial ○ § Finished it in Mexico City ○ Done in fresco to stay "for the people" § Painting into the wall, so can't be sold off ○ Portrayed Rivera's communist ideas § Left side shows capitalism, right side shows communism • Sloop, Nassau by Winslow Homer (1899) ○ Watercolor on paper § Pigment suspended in water § Creates light colors § Chosen for its expressive qualities, not detail • The Madonna of Chancellor Rolin b y Jan van Eyck (1430-34) ○ Oil paint on wood § Pigment mixed with linseed oil § Takes a very long time to dry □ So you have plenty of time to edit § Allows for incredible detail


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