Jul 25, 2010
On 7/21/10, Ann wrote:
> Found a great website that was concise and gave great, organized
> overviews of art history. www.humanitiesweb.org
ust took Praxis 2 Art. William Hogarth Lithography linseed oil oil
paint on primed/unprimed canvas cultural contexts. why are they/ are
they not important in interpreting art chinese burial figures indian
ceremonial domes Egyptian artifact found in a bay gothic, byzantine,
etc, order of occurance tint cassett, degas and photography Faith
Ringgold, african american experience in the 1930's ink and water
aperture speed, light and development of slow/fast film "border"
artists who art could be mistaken for the before or after period
Seurat symbolism, one artwork from classical and one from modern.
Compare and contrast. foreshortening conte crayon vs. charcoal in
terms of erasability safety questions woodblock prints MOST
influenced which artists Art societies function, economic?
standardization? vs. Guilds, which time periods inventor of one point
perspective Crystal palace, most influential aspect. Government? who
made the metal skeleton for the Statue of Liberty? paper surfaces,
tooth etc. hot pressed does what? intensity, hue and value what
barriers slowed down womens access to the arts? guilds, life drawing
access? Bauhaus Mies Raushenburg Quotes from famous artists- Calder
Renaissance vs. gothic painted panels- tricky classifications panels?
frescoes? manuscript? tough to figure it out from image purpose? for
the lord, businessman, patron, church brush types
it was a fair test. The book Mona Lisa by Carol Strickland pretty
much covered it except for the stuff before the Gothic period. The
studio questions were not all intuitive- I wouldn't spend to much
time on those. The big essays were not on small or obscure things.
One was to compare Caravagio to Gentileschi. Very fair. the
questions are worded with a twist so be really careful that you are
answering the question. Good luck.