ARH 120 chap. 2 & 5

  1. Afterimage-
    visual image after stimulation
  2. Analogous hues-
    hues that have common color
  3. Atmospheric perspective-
    illusion of distance
  4. Broken color-
    hue has been broken through another
  5. Cel-
    transparent celluloid used for animated cartoons
  6. Chiaroscuro-
    light and shadow that creates 3 dimension
  7. Coffer-
    recessed panel that forms a pattern
  8. Color wheel-
    circular model showing the relationship of hues
  9. Complementary colors-
    hues that are opposite on the color wheel
  10. Contour line-
    outline of a figure
  11. Cross hatching-
    super imposed parallel lines on a 2 dimensional surface
  12. Cubism-
    change of space by fragmenting planes into geometric shapes
  13. Foreshortening-
    represent an object extending back in space
  14. Hatching-
    parallel lines used to create the effect of shading
  15. Impasto-
    application of paint to canvas
  16. Implied line-
    linear direction caused by a visual element
  17. Intensity-
    degree of purity of a color
  18. Isometric perspective-
    lines convey the effect of distance
  19. Linear perspective-
    using straight lines that converge to a vanishing point
  20. Linear-
    lines used to depict figures
  21. Local color-
    color sensation imported by a nearby object in daylight
  22. Mass-
    3 dimensional form using bulk, density and weight
  23. Modeling-
    a illusion of volume on a 2 dimensional surface
  24. Monochromatic-
    tones of one color
  25. Multiple point perspective-
    number of points caused by many buildings or objects
  26. Mural-
    painting on a wall of a building
  27. One point perspective-
    every orthogonals leads to one vanishing point
  28. Optical mixing-
    eyes blend individual colors that are close together
  29. Orthogonals-
    lines that meet at the vanishing point of a linear perspective
  30. Picture plane-
    flat surface of a drawing, painting or relief
  31. Pointillism/divisionism-
    technique where color is built up using dots
  32. primary colors-
    red, blue, yellow. Colors that can be mixed
  33. roundel-
    circular panel, window or niche
  34. secondary colors-
    combining 2 primary colors
  35. sfumato-
    use of light and shadow to produce a hazy effect
  36. shade-
    darken a color by adding black
  37. shading-
    gradual change from light to dark
  38. shadow-
    area of dark created when an object blocks light
  39. shape-
    2 dimensional area enclosed by lines
  40. simultaneous contrast-
    2 colors intensify each other
  41. facility-
    perceptible by the sense of touch
  42. tertiary colors-
    combining 1 & 2 colors that are next to each other
  43. 3 dimensional-
    having height, weight and depth
  44. tint-
    lighter than a hue’s normal value
  45. 2 point perspective-
    2 vanishing points
  46. value-
    degree of light or dark of a hue
  47. vanishing point-
    orthogonals intersect
  48. vantage point-
    view of the observor
  49. curvilinear-
    curved lines
  50. figurative-
    a human figure
  51. genre-
    scenes of everyday life
  52. landscape-
    natural scenery
  53. manuscript-
    book written by hand
  54. mosque-
    place of worship for Muslims
  55. muse-
    source of inspiration
  56. seascape-
    scene of the sea
  57. silhouette-
    outline of an object
  58. still life-
    inanimate objects
  59. stone age-
    when people used stone tools
  60. visual metaphor-
    between 1 image and another
Card Set
ARH 120 chap. 2 & 5
exam 2