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Art 1 Final Review 2 of 2

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Across
The technique of using crossed line for shading.
A FORM OF CUBISM FROM 1913-1920'S WITH BRIGHTER COLORS AND SIMPLER IMAGES.
Is the position your eye views the subject from.
Elements of art that refers to how things feel or look as if they might feel it touched.
point at which earth and sky seem to meet.
an American sculptor who is best known for his innovative mobiles
Are different values of single hue. For example, dark blue, medium blue and light blue.
The art or craft of making decorative designs out of thin strips of rolled paper.
ARTIST THAT STARTED THE CUBISM MOVEMENT​
A painting or drawing of nonliving objects
is a hand-tool used historically in printing and printmaking
a scale showing the different tints and shade of a hue
The point at which receding parallel lines appear to converge on the horizon.
Principle of design concerned with equalizing visual forces, or elements, in a work of art.
graphic and often symbolic pattern usually in the form of a circle that radiate out from the center.
objects that are at the front of the picture.
two lines that extend in the same direction, always equal, never meeting.
A work of art in which materials, such as paper, cloth or found materials, are glued onto a surface.
Down
Combinations of colors that are considered satisfying or that produce certain effects.
objects in the foreground are dark and objects get lighter as they go to the background.
colors on the color wheel that refer to cool things: green, blue and violet
Moving sculpture in which shapes are balanced and arranged on wire arms and suspended from the ceiling to move freely in the air currents.
A technique of shading using dots.
he condition of having similar parts regularly arranged around a central axis.
Behavior, customs, ideas, and skills of a group of people.
A free-form shapes that is irregular and uneven, such as the shape of a leaf, a flower, or a cloud.
Precise, mathematical shapes, such as the circle, square, and triangle.
not conforming to a regular or formal structure or shape
a design principle illustrating motion, or the illusion of motion created in a visual composition
-is a printed or stamped traditional cloth made by the Ashanti people in Ghana, especially in the village of Ntonso