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Art 100 Test 3

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Carving is considered to be exclusively a(n) ______ method, while modeling can use both that and the _____ method.
subtracted / additive
To create a tint, one would add ____ to a hue
white
Types of Surrealism include _____ and _____
illusionistic and automatic
The name of this movement translates to mean "wild beasts," and is characterized by bold, arbitrary colors:
fauvism
_______ produces a burr, which causes a soft focus blur.
drypoint
In the ______ color system, colors are created by the emission of light.
additive
The _____ movement focused on fundamental geometric shapes.
suprematism
A small-scale study or sketch in three dimensions is called a(n) _________
maquette
________ is another name for screenprinting.
seriography
The New Objectivity stemmed from _____
post-World War One anger
_______ sculptures can be viewed completely in the round.
free standing
To create a shade, one would add ____ to a hue
black
In etching, artists use ____ to do the work of incising marks into metal plates, and control this process with a(n) ______
acid / acid resistant base
_____ were used in Gothic architecture to support higher walls from the outside of the structure.
butresses
_____ uses a comb-like rocker, and produces dark black due to nuggest of ink.
mezzotint
Die Brucke translates to _____
the bridge
______ was a movement obsessed with speed, technology, and motion
futurism
For _____ prints, the ink lies on the raised surface of the matrix.
relief
_______ are triangular shapes used to span distances and provide strength.
trusses
_______ is when the acid resistant base is stippled on.
aquatint
Marcel Duchamp's Fountain (the urinal) is an example of a ________________
readymade
The process of _____ is based on the fact that oil and water don't mix.
lithography
_____ colors lie near to each other on the color wheel.
analogous
________ colors seem to recede in space:
Cool
The major thematic focus of Dada was ______
art against art
Two types of Cubism are ______ and ______
analytic and synthetic
_____ makes possible strange, organic shapes in buildings.
reinforced concrete
Kandinsky was a member of the ______ movement
der blaue rieter
When an artist represents an objects as it would be seen under lighting conditions other than natural sunlight, he or she is using _____
optical color
_______ is stone construction completed without the use of mortar.
dry masonry
In printmaking, this is the surface on which an image is created and transferred from:
matrix
The ____ re-directs the downward forces in arch construction.
key stone
Der Blaue Rieter translates to ____
the blue writer
Der Blaue Rieter conveys emotion through _____
shape and line
_____ makes one print from ink on plexiglass
monotype
Three Expressionist movements that took place in the 20th Century:
die bruke, der blaue rieter, new objectivity
In intaglio printing, the ink rests in the ____ of the matrix
recesses
_________ colors are opposite each other on the color wheel.
complimentary
_______ is similar to Suprematism in terms of it's level of abstraction, but does not have the same philosophical focus.
de stijl
A _____ uses linoleum.
linocut
__________ was concerned with materials rather than representation or even abstraction.
Constructivism
Contemporary houses are built using
balloon framing
______ is a lingering impression made by a stimulus that has been removed.
after image
Voissoirs are used in _____ construction.
arch
__________ must have objects project from the surface by at least half their natural depth.
high relief
Matisse was a member of the _____ movement
fauvism
Tools for carving ______ have spiky, tooth-like edges to assist in cutting the hard material.
stone
_____ sculptures are raised from a flat background.
relief

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