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Leonardo da Vinci One of da Vinci's most famous paintings . Leonardo's first ever completed painting. Where Leonardo was born. The time period in which Leonardo lived. Where Leonardo lived with his father. Older Children
Michelangelo Part of St Peter's Basilica in Rome that he designed.. Scene from Sistine Chapel ceiling.. Amount of years it took to finish Sistine Chapel fresco.. Age when he died. Chapel celing that Michelangelo painted.. Hard
Name That Artist Raft of the Medusa. The Gleaners. The Third-Class Carriage . Rouen Cathedral: The Portal (in sun). The Kiss. Hard
Pablo Picasso Famous Cubist and Surrealist painter.. Last name of friend who helped Picasso create Cubism.. Country where Picasso died.. Picasso's greatest influence in painting as a child was his ____________.. Period of art influenced by the suicide of a close friend of Picasso.. Older Children
Picasso The type of composition used in 'Woman Grinding Maize'. She is one of the best known optical illusion artists. An invention that made realistic painting a thing of the past. Another word for non-representational. Refers to the brightness or dullness of a color. Teenage
Picasso What influenced Picasso’s Black Period. What was Picasso's father's first occupation. At the turn of the century, where did Picasso move. when he was 14, his family moved where. in what country did Picasso die. Hard
Postmodern Art A style of art based on subject matter from a popular culture.. A print, also known as silkscreen print, made by squeezing ink through a stencil and silk-covered form to paper below.. A style of painting in which the distortions and special effects of photography are shown or used for ideas.. Intellectual, cultural movement, beginning in the latter half of the 20th century considered a reactionary movement opposed to modernism.. A change in form, shape, detail or appearance that makes an object different from others.. Big
Primary and Pastel Colors A mixture of blue and yellow. The color you see when the power goes out at night. A mixture of red and yellow. A common color of fire truck and fire hydrants. Color of clouds. Easy
Principles of Design The area of the artwork that immediately catches the viewers attention. The elements and principles that are very obvious and directly relate to the message, meaning or concept of an artwork. Organized repetition of an object, symbol or art element. Repeated use of an object, symbol or art element. Equal distribution of elements in the space of an artwork. Big
Printmaking & Portraits Formal balance where both sides of a design are a mirror image of each other. Rolling out the ink on the palette. Different levels of positive and negative space. A type of textile printing from Western Africa. The name of the people who wear an Adinkra. Big
Rene Magritte Color of Magritte's apples. Usually found in Magritte's skies. Magritte's favourite fruit. Stone animal in Magritte's painting. Drawing technique for showing space in a room. Hard
Sculpture The areas on a body where bones meet. A sculpture should be interesting to look at from ______ _______. We worked in the style of this artist, George __________. Michelangelo's famous sculpture of a boy after he slayed the giant. The natural substance made from gypsum. Older Children
The Arts one of the parts that a book is divided into . a kind of film where drawings and models move. the art of designing buildings. a male singer with a high voice. a feeling of sadness. Hard
The Elements of Art the use of areas in two-dimensional space that can be defined by edges. the perceived surface quality of a work of art. The area around the subjects. Purple, Orange and Green are ____________colors.. Shapes that cannot be named. Big
The Modern World: Arts and Literature Artistic director and choreographer of the New York City Ballet. Style of art who's artist used common objects in their pieces. Le Corbusier used this material in his building. Sounds created by computers. Style of painting after 1945 that involved a personal expression from the artist. Hard
Theaster Gates Use the clues below to fill in the crossword puzzle. The artist's first name. Gates holds this position at the University of Chicago. This great city is where Theaster Gates is from. In 2012 he combined music in a special show held in what European country. His biggest project to date is changing the interior of place that once held money. Big
Visual Art Terms A principle of design that refers to differences in elements such as color, texture, value, and shape, that as well, add excitement, drama, or interest to a work of art.. A two or three dimensional unit that is repeated to form a pattern.. A graphic organizer or picture of all the colors in a special order.. The area of an artwork which the eye is directed or the visual focal point of the work. . A line that defines the outer edge of a silhouette or the line made by the edge of an object.. Big
Watercolor Techniques Lifting the overly wet areas of paint off the paper.. Painting with a very small amount of wet paint.. Used when trying to brighten up and even area of color.. When watercolor is repeled by the sticker itself and creates negative space.. Watercolors slide off the waxed area when painted.. Big
What color is it? grass. dirt. pumpkin. tomato. cloud. Easy
What is Art the effect of changing placement in time. color adjecent to each other on the color wheel. a system using diagonal parallel lines to communicate depth. the colored materials used in paint, often made from finely ground minerals. the surface quality of a work, example: fine/coarse, detailed/lacking in detail. Big
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