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The correct combination of paintings feedback, artwork heritage, aesthetics, and studio construction.

ArtTalk has multiplied its assurance of paintings heritage, bolstered its expertise integration beneficial properties, and positioned extra emphasis at the appearing arts - all whereas preserving its concentrate on a media method of the weather and rules of paintings.

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First half of the twentieth century. Carved wood and pigment. 7 cm (50 ϫ 20 ϫ 18Љ). Collection of the Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, Alabama. 10 is a mask-headdress. When it is worn, the performer’s body is covered with fresh palm fronds. 1 DESCRIBE What do you see? Read the credit line for information about this work. List the information from the credit line. Do you recognize any objects or figures? Describe them. Based on its size and the materials used, do you think the work is heavy or light?

During this step, you are still collecting facts about the elements and principles of art that are used in the artwork. In analysis you discover how the principles of art are used to organize the art elements of line, color, value, shape, form, space, and texture. You will learn how the artist has used these formal qualities to create the content of the art, which is known as the theme or the message. 4). Notice the horizontal line that passes behind the boy’s shoulders. Where are the darkest colors?

Consider such factors as time required, materials, training, and personal interest. 17. Compare and Contrast. 15 on page 15 to list their similarities and differences. Are light and dark values of colors used in the same places in each work? 18. Historical/Cultural Heritage. Review the Meet the Artist feature on page 12. 10 to his self-portrait on the same page. Can you identify the theme of determination in each artwork? What else do these works have in common? Where does Grant Wood reveal part of his cultural heritage in his self-portrait?

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