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A term used to describe either the particular subject being painted, the painting itself, or a specific part of a painting. (No Answer) a. b. c. d. Genre Pose CORRECT: Image Size

2 e. f. g. h.

A painting 'ground commonly made from chalk and glue.(No Answer) CORRECT: Gesso Pose Fresco Gesture The plane occupied by the physical surface of the picture.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Negative Space Dilutent Painterly CORRECT: Picture Plane A painting technique in which a surface (the "decal") is painted and then pressed while still wet against the painting, then peeled away, revealing unexpected patterns.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Backruns Canvas CORRECT: Decalcomania Dilutent Another term for figurative painting.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

CORRECT: Representational Painting History Painting Reverse Painting Narrative Painting The illusion of space in a painting.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

CORRECT: Depth Pose Drier Gesso The metal tube from which the hairs of a brush protrude.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Style Ground Genre CORRECT: Ferrule An artwork in which the narrative elements are disjointed, overlapping, or blurred to such a degree that all efforts to produce a clear and unambiguous reading of the narrative is thwarted.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Continuous Narrative Abstract Painting CORRECT: Disjunctive Narrative Single-Scene Narrative In painting, a scene showing the inside of a room, building, or other enclosure.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Binder CORRECT: Interior Drier Painterly

In watercolor painting, jagged-edged blotches that sometimes occur when new paint is added into a wash that has not fully dried. (No

Answer)
. a. b. c. CORRECT: Backruns Canvas Ferrule Dilutent A term exclusive to watercolor painting, meaning opaque water-based paint. It sometimes refers to watercolor mixed with Chinese white, but is also used as an alternative term for gouache paints.(No Answer) . a. b. c. CORRECT: Body Color Gouache Oxgall Drier Liquids used to thin down paint, such as turpentine or mineral spirits for oils and water for the water-based paints.(No Answer) . a. b. c. CORRECT: Dilutent Pigment Sign Solvent Abstraction involving forms (usually with hard edges) derived directly or indirectly from geometry or mathematics.(No Answer) . a. b. c. Golden Section Organic Abstraction Isometric Perspective CORRECT: Geometric Abstraction A scientific method of determining the correct placement of forms in space and the degree to which such forms appear to diminish size at a given distance.(No Answer) . a. b. c. Isometric Perspective CORRECT: Linear Perspective Negative Space Aerial Perspective A painting depicting an arrangement of immobile objects, which may be organic or inorganic. (No Answer) . a. b. c. Scumbling CORRECT: Still Life Style Fixative An artwork representing a sequence of events within the same continuous space or setting. (No Answer) . a. b. c. CORRECT: Continuous Narrative Gum Arabic Fixative Composition The quality of paint that will not allow light or other pigments to show through.(No Answer) . a. b. c. CORRECT: Opacity Impasto Gouache Palette Image made by the artist to represent himself.(No Answer) . a. b. CORRECT: Self-portrait Portrait Frottage

c.

Contrast An Italian term meaning "at first" and referring to paintings completed during one session, with each color laid on more or less as it will appear in the final painting and applied as wet paint to an already wet surface. (No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Chroma Priming Glazing CORRECT: Alla prima Cool colors, such as blues, blue-greens, and blue-grays, which seem to move away from the viewer.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Primary Colors Watercolor CORRECT: Receding Colors Lifting Out A technique in which short, individual brushstrokes are applied parallel to one another, defining shape and volume. (No Answer)

. a. b. c.

CORRECT: Hatching Priming Masking Chroma A phenomenon that occurs from placing distinct hues in close proximity, so that when viewed from a distance, a new color is perceived.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

CORRECT: Optical Mixing Decalcomania Scumbling Still Life A type of abstract painting making use of large areas of flat, unbroken color, developed in the U.S. in the 1940s and 50s. (No Answer)

. a. b. c.

CORRECT: Color Field Painting Abstract Painting History Painting Narrative Painting A form of glue, traditionally made from animal skins, used for sealing canvas or unprimed board before an oil ground is put on. (No

Answer)
. a. b. c. Gesture Drier CORRECT: Size Binder Art that depicts the casual fragments of everyday life and its surroundings. (No Answer) . a. b. c. Depth Plane Size CORRECT: Genre A technique for producing the illusion of an object's extension into space by contracting its form. (No Answer) . a. b. c. CORRECT: Foreshortening Hatching Modeling Horizon Line An ancient system of organizing the geometrical proportions of a composition to create a harmonious effect. This system is defined as a line, which is divided in such a way that the smaller part is to the larger part what the larger part is to the whole. (No Answer) . Modeling

a. b. c.

Broken Color Local Color CORRECT: Golden Section Colors that are close together on the color wheel (e.g., blues and violets, reds and yellows) and do not set up sharp contrasts. (No

Answer)
. a. b. c. Saturated Color CORRECT: Harmonious Colors Receding Colors Primary Colors A painting produced on the "reverse" side of a transparent support, the completed painting is viewed from the front side, through the support.(No Answer) . a. b. c. CORRECT: Reverse Painting Landscape Painting Easel Painting Narrative Painting A highly fluid application of color.(No Answer) . a. b. c. Glazing Framing CORRECT: Staining Modeling Making an object appear solid and three-dimensional, through gradations of tone and color.(No Answer) . a. b. c. CORRECT: Modeling Pose Priming Staining A layer of color applied to a ground, often used as a middle tone in a painting.(No Answer) . a. b. c. CORRECT: lmprimatura Palette Ground Grisaille A chemical substance, usually a metallic salt, which accelerates the drying process of a paint film by absorption of oxygen. (No Answer) . a. b. c. Sign Size Depth CORRECT: Drier A point on the horizon line where a set of parallel lines or planes would seem to converge, if extended.(No Answer) . a. b. c. Focal Points Blocking In CORRECT: Vanishing Point Oil paint An additive used to control the application properties of a color.(No Answer) . a. b. c. Sign CORRECT: Solvent Plane Dilutent The appearance of light being reflected from a surface made from a material such as silk or metal. (No Answer) . CORRECT: Luster

a. b. c.

Binder Gesture Dilutent lllusionistic painting that fools viewers into believing that they are seeing actual three-dimensional objects instead of their representation.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

CORRECT: Tromp I' oeil Composition Framing Drier The first stage of a painting, in which the main areas of tone and color are laid in broadly, to be refined in the later stages.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Plein Air Lifting Out Masking CORRECT: Blocking In The arrangement of the entire body.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Hue Size Style CORRECT: Pose A slow-drying medium consisting of pigment combined with a binder of linseed oil. (No Answer)

. a. b. c.

CORRECT: Oil paint Solvent Alla prima Viewpoint The natural color of an object as seen by the eye.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Body Color CORRECT: Local Color Primary Colors Watercolor A small to medium-size painting on a portable support, rectangular (or sometimes oval) in shape. (No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Oil paint Reverse Painting CORRECT: Easel Painting Landscape Painting Space in between, around, or behind positive shapes.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

CORRECT: Negative Space Fugitive Color Fixative Positive Shapes Color that is not laid as a flat area and does not completely cover another color below or the color of the canvas or paper.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Ground Fugitive Color CORRECT: Broken Color Primary Colors A painting that represents a moment or moments of an actual or implied story that unfolds over time. (No Answer)

Abstract Painting

a. b. c.

Figurative Painting CORRECT: Narrative Painting Gesture Paintings The indication where sky and earth would appear to meet if the ground were perfectly flat and nothing blocked the view. It also corresponds to the eye level of the viewer.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Still Life Oil paint CORRECT: Horizon Line Plein Air The technique of responding spontaneously with marks or brushstrokes to the whole sweep of the dynamic qualities of a subject's form and movement.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Figurative Painting Reverse Painting CORRECT: Gesture Paintings History Painting A color that fades on exposure to light.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Primary Colors Broken Color CORRECT: Fugitive Color Local Color The condition when the visual weights of all elements in a composition are equally distributed. (No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Collage Palette Gouache CORRECT: Balance Laying a ground such as gesso on a canvas, board, or other support.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Pigment CORRECT: Priming Staining Ground A line that is not fully present but is completed in the viewer's mind. (No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Plane Medium CORRECT: Implied Line Still Life A relationship of opposing qualities in painting.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Grattage Chroma Impasto CORRECT: Contrast An opaque paint that dries almost immediately, made by mixing powdered pigments with an egg solution in equal parts. (No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Acrylic paint Viewpoint CORRECT: Tempera Paint Transparent A painting that features a heightened degree of abstraction.(No Answer)

Narrative Painting

a. b. c.

CORRECT: Abstract Painting Figurative Painting Color Field Painting In painting, any area of the picture plane that is differentiated from other areas.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

CORRECT: Shape Pose Style Sign Pure, intense color, unmixed with any black or white.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Interior Primary Colors Fresco CORRECT: Saturated Color Applying almost dry, lighter color paint in a scrubbing motion on the canvas surface so as to allow previously applied darker color paint layers to show through.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Framing CORRECT: Scumbling Medium Solvent The substance that holds the pigment particles together in a paint formulation and which attaches them to the support.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Luster Sign CORRECT: Binder Canvas The movement or position of an individual part of the body.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Style Luster CORRECT: Gesture Gesso An artwork depicting one specific moment from a narrative.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Landscape Painting CORRECT: Single-Scene Narrative Gesture Paintings Disjunctive Narrative Light coming from a specific source.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Horizon Line CORRECT: Directional Lighting Easel Painting Narrative Painting A painting that has a nonrectangular, and/or nonportable, and/or nonflat support, often featuring the use of unfamiliar art materials.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

CORRECT: Expanded Form Painting Narrative Painting Color Field Painting Representational Painting An Italian word meaning "bright-dark," used in connection with the exploitation of strong light and shade in a painting. (No Answer)

ContreJour

a. b. c.

Composition CORRECT: Chiaroscuro Fresco A method of painting in which paint of a dry or stiff consistency is stroked across the canvas, usually with the bristles of the brush slightly splayed out.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Backruns Ferrule CORRECT: Dry Brush Body Color The condition when negative shapes in the background of a painting vie with one or more positive shapes in the foreground for the viewers attention.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Ground Tempera Paint Lifting Out CORRECT: Figure Ground Shift Transparent medium, the same as aquarelles, made with a mixture of pigments and gum arabic that is soluble in water. (No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Fugitive Color Broken Color CORRECT: Watercolor Ferrule The imagined plane that would be extended in all directions looking straight out horizontally. (No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Oxgall Palette Solvent CORRECT: Eye Level Brushstrokes that are blended carefully, so that the final surface has a smooth appearance. (No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Broken Brushstrokes Dynamic Brushstrokes Golden Section CORRECT: Blended Brushstrokes A device that allows only a limited view, used to analyze options for framing a painting subject. (No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Drier CORRECT: Viewfinder Fixative Plein Air When the forms on the left and right halves of a composition are exact, or nearly exact, mirror images of each other. (No Answer)

. a. b. c.

CORRECT: Symmetry (or Symmetrical Balance) Negative Space Isometric Perspective Tempera Paint A piece of bamboo or dowel rod with a pad at one end, used for steadying the hand when painting fine details.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Balance Size Fixative CORRECT: Mahlstick A portable surface for mixing colors.(No Answer)

Solvent

a. b. c.

Depth CORRECT: Palette Luster A technique in which brushstrokes are applied in pattems that follow the surface of the forms they represent.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

ContreJour CORRECT: Cross Contour Local Color Body Color A characteristic approach to using materials, techniques, formal elements, and subject matter. (No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Shape Size CORRECT: Style Plane An artwork developed by affixing various materials, such as pieces of paper, fabric, and photographs, to a flat surface (or the process of creating such an artwork).(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Balance Gouache Style CORRECT: Collage Any flat or curved surface that is tilted into space and that can combine with other planes to define a volume. (No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Sign CORRECT: Plane Style Image Thin varnish sprayed onto a pastel drawing or painting to prevent the pigment smudging and slipping off the surface. (No Answer)

. a. b. c.

CORRECT: Fixative Dilutent Opacity Priming The term used to describe and measure the purity of a color.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

CORRECT: Chroma Binder Rhythm Shape Finely ground particles of color (natural or synthetic) that are combined with liquid vehicles to produce paint. (No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Binder Priming Plane CORRECT: Pigment An opaque watercolor bound with gum arabic and chalk.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

CORRECT: Gouache Image Collage Gesture The color name. The property of color that shows its relationship in terms of wavelength to other colors in the spectrum.(No Answer)

Style

a. b. c.

Drier Binder CORRECT: Hue Pairs of colors that appear opposite one another on the color wheel (red/green, violet/yellow), and when combined in a pure state, create a neutral gray.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

CORRECT: Complementary Colors Broken Color Receding Colors Local Color A thick application of paint to a canvas or other support, applied with either a brush or a knife. (No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Sgraffito Contrast Opacity CORRECT: Impasto The overall visual organization of an artwork.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Golden Section CORRECT: Composition Modeling Mahlstick A characterization or expressionistic way of painting in which there is definite surface texture, and brush strokes are clearly visible and overlap.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Plane Opacity Paint quality CORRECT: Painterly Key details found throughout a picture.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Alla prima Opacity Oil paint CORRECT: Focal Points Shapes in the foreground or shapes of represented things.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Fugitive Color CORRECT: Positive Shapes Primary Colors Fixative A painting of an outdoor scene.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Easel Painting Abstract Painting CORRECT: Landscape Painting Gesture Paintings The three colors in the spectrum that cannot be made from mixtures of other colors. The primaries are red, yellow, and blue. (No

Answer)
. a. b. c. Secondary Colors CORRECT: Primary Colors Broken Color Receding Colors A condition in which the source of light is directly behind the form it illuminates. (No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Pose Watercolor Iconography CORRECT: ContreJour An object or surface that can be seen through with clarity.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Gesture CORRECT: Transparent Viewpoint Solvent In oil painting, a layer of color is scratched into with a point to reveal either another layer of color below or the white of the ground, thus making a linear pattern.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Framing Grattage CORRECT: Sgraffito Impasto A looser-style abstraction involving the personal expression of the artist's sensibility and exploration of visual form. (No Answer)

. a. b. c.

CORRECT: Organic Abstraction Transparent Gum Arabic Impasto A painting technique in which an artist presses a canvas (already painted in on color) on top of a textured surface or object to create an imprint.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

CORRECT: Grattage Gesture Image Glazing A medium used in watercolor work to improve the flow of the paint.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

CORRECT: Oxgall Plane Hue Shape The (real or imaginary) position including the distance, angle, and height - of the artist's view in relationship to the subject matter.(No

Answer)
. a. b. c. Modeling Focal Points CORRECT: Viewpoint Dilutent Colors established by mixing two primary colors. Green, orange, and purple are all secondary colors. (No Answer) . a. b. c. Harmonious Colors Local Color Complementary Colors CORRECT: Secondary Colors A technique akin to grave rubbing, in which a piece of paper is placed over a textured or indented surface and rubbed over with a soft pencil, crayon, or pastel stick.(No Answer) . a. b. Ground CORRECT: Frottage Pose

c.

Grattage Painting executed on a freshly laid damp surface comprised of plaster and glue sizing. (No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Pose Genre Framing CORRECT: Fresco Anything that can be painted on or another word for a painting surface such as paper or canvas. (No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Plane CORRECT: Support Solvent Sign A technique used in watercolor and gouache work, involving removing wet or dry paint from the paper with a brush, sponge, or tissue to soften edges or make highlights.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Dilutent Plein Air CORRECT: Lifting Out Interior A narrative artwork showing a succession of scenes from the same story, typically depicted in a sequential manner. (No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Impasto CORRECT: Multi-Episodic Gum Arabic Plein Air A French term for an achromatic painting in various tones of gray.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Priming CORRECT: Grisaille Image Grattage The condition of light when a glow seems to be generated from within an object or surface. Also, a condition when forms themselves are aglow, as if they are translucent and light is shining through them rather than falling on them from an outside source. (No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Support Painterly Lifting Out CORRECT: Luminosity Something that refers to, stands for, or represents something else.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Pigment CORRECT: Sign Image Drier Warm, strong colors such as red and yellow that appear to come toward the front of the picture plane. (No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Primary Colors CORRECT: Advancing Colors Secondary Colors Fugitive Color Pigment dispersed in polymer-based synthetic resin emulsion that dries to a tough, nontoxic, flexible film. (No Answer)

. a. b.

CORRECT: Acrylic paint Alla prima Tempera Paint

c.

Abstract Painting The character of the physical surface of the painting.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Contrast Painterly Portrait CORRECT: Paint quality The process of selecting what aspects of the subject to include within an artwork's borders. (No Answer)

. a. b. c.

CORRECT: Framing Priming Staining Modeling A painting of something actual, as opposed to an abstract painting.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Fixative Acrylic paint Disjunctive Narrative CORRECT: Figurative Painting A method for applying paint in small dabs of pure color, which create optical mixtures in the eye when seen from several feet away.(No

Answer)
. a. b. c. Grisaille Paint quality Oxgall CORRECT: Pointillism A narrative painting of a biblical, classical, literary, or historical subject, usually taken from a well known written text. (No Answer) . a. b. c. Picture Plane Easel Painting Oil paint CORRECT: History Painting The actual or implied repetition of related formal elements. Saturated Color - Pure, intense color, unmixed with any black or white.(No

Answer)
. a. b. c. CORRECT: Rhythm Chroma Hue Shape A painting technique involving the application of pigments bound in hot wax.(No Answer) . a. b. c. Palette Impasto CORRECT: Encaustic Fixative Brushstrokes that preserve the distinctness of separate marks.(No Answer) . a. b. c. CORRECT: Dynamic Brushstrokes Harmonious Colors Chiaroscuro Dry Brush A technique of applying oil or acrylic color in thin, transparent layers so that the color beneath shows through, modifying the color of the glaze.(No Answer) . a. Grattage Opacity

b. c.

Hatching CORRECT: Glazing An image of an identifiable person.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Contrast Plein Air Self-portrait CORRECT: Portrait A painting technique in which some sort of material (e.g., masking fluid, masking tape) is applied to the support before paint is laid and removed after the paint has dried to protect specific areas of the painting. (No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Medium Framing CORRECT: Masking Size A heightened concentration of forms in one particular area of a painting.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Implied Line CORRECT: Compositional Climax Positive Shapes Complementary Colors 1) The material used for painting (i.e. oil, watercolor, acrylic); 2) another term for binder, a substance used in the manufacture of paint; 3) traditional or synthetic substances added to the paint while working to make it thicker, thinner, more glossy, and so on. (No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Depth Genre CORRECT: Medium Modeling The traditional way of building up an oil painting, beginning with thin, non-oily paint (lean) and increasing the thickness and oil content as the painting proceeds.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

CORRECT: Fat Over Lean Painterly Ferrule Palette A balanced distribution of visual weight throughout a composition, without an exact mirroring of forms between the left and right halves of a painting.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

CORRECT: Asymmetry Binder Drier Opacity The basic ingredients used to make a work of art, including line, shape, color, value, texture, and space. (No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Focal Points Solvent Still Life CORRECT: Visual Elements The surface coating of a support on which color is applied.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Genre CORRECT: Ground Plane Hue A heavy woven fabric, the most commonly used support for oil paintihg, and also frequently used for acrylics.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

CORRECT: Canvas Genre Collage Binder The medium used as a binder for watercolor pigment.(No Answer)

. a. b. c.

Encaustic Balance CORRECT: Gum Arabic Genre The effect of colors and tones becoming paler and colder as they recede from the viewer, with diminishing light/dark contrasts.(No

Answer)
. a. b. c. CORRECT: Aerial Perspective Transparent Easel Painting Isometric Perspective A technique of applying paint in layers so that the open spacing between strokes allows portions of underlying brushstrokes to remain visible.(No Answer) . a. b. c. CORRECT: Broken Brushstrokes Blended Brushstrokes Broken Color Cross Contour A French term describing paintings done in the open air direct from the subject.(No Answer) . a. b. c. Viewfinder Palette Binder CORRECT: Plein Air A painting with no recognizable subject matter outside of the formal elements. (No Answer) . a. b. c. Abstract Painting Gesture Paintings Narrative Painting CORRECT: Nonobjective Painting Small, linear highlights made by scratching into dry watercolor with the point of a knife or similar implement.(No Answer) . a. b. c. Blocking In Glazing CORRECT: Scraping Back Priming Technique A technique that consists primarily of subtracting paint to create an image. (No Answer) . a. b. c. Priming CORRECT: Wiping out Plein Air Lifting Out The subjective, symbolic meanings of subject matter.(No Answer) . a. b. c. Canvas ContreJour CORRECT: Iconography Gouache

A system of conventions for representing depth on a flat surface. Forms in the distance are represented as smaller in scale, but parallel lines do not converge.(No Answer) . a. b. c. Golden Section Transparent Organic Abstraction CORRECT: Isometric Perspective