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A rendering, usually a drawing, of a person or thing with exaggerated or distorted features, meant to satirize the subject. Related: Vincent van Gogh. Small handheld photographic cards, first popularized in the s. Inexpensive and mass-produced, these cards depicted individual or celebrity portraits, and were popularly traded or collected in albums. Related: Mathew B. Brady studio of. President Lincoln. The first synthetic plastic material, developed in the s and s from a combination of camphor and nitrocellulose. Tough, flexible, and moldable, it was used to make many mass-produced items, including photographic film for both still and motion picture cameras.
Despite its flammability and tendency to discolor and crack with age, celluloid was used in motion picture production until the s, when it began to be replaced by cellulose-acetate safety film.
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The act, process, or practice of examining books, films, or other material to remove or suppress what is considered morally, politically, or otherwise objectionable. Related: Pablo Picasso. A technique, used in conjunction with printmaking processes such as etching or lithography, that results in a two-layered paper support: a tissue-thin paper, cut to the size of the printing plate, and a larger, thicker support paper below. Both the tissue and the support sheet are placed on top of the inked plate and run together through the printing press, sometimes with a thin layer of adhesive between them to reinforce the bond produced through the pressure of the press.
The process creates a subtle, delicate backdrop to the printed image. Chine is the French word for China, referring to the fact that the thin paper originally used with this technique was imported from China. In addition to China, paper was also imported from India or Japan. Related: Rirkrit Tiravanija.
Untitled — the map of the land of feeling I—III. The art of creating and arranging dances or ballets; a work created by this art. A person who creates choreography is called a choreographer. Related: Emily Roysdon. Sense and Sense. Der Triumph des Willens Triumph of the Will. Kristina Talking Pictures. Trio A. Photographs made from a positive color transparency or a negative. The color is achieved in the print by the layering of silver salts sensitized to the three primary colors: red, yellow, and blue.
After each emulsified layer has been exposed, colors emerge in a chemical development process. The person who sets up both camera and lighting for each shot in a film, the cinematographer has a major influence over the look and feel of a shot or scene, and is often as highly esteemed as the director. Cinematography is the art of positioning a camera and lighting a scene. Related: Barbara Kopple. Harlan County U. An individual who helps guide and shape the future development of a community.
A city planner considers environmental and social issues, and what kinds of resources are needed to improve the quality of life for the community residents, particularly in terms of what types of new building projects may be necessary. The principles embodied in the styles, theories, or philosophies of the art of ancient Greece and Rome.
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Accumulation of Stamps, The perceived hue of an object, produced by the manner in which it reflects or emits light into the eye. Also, a substance, such as a dye, pigment, or paint, that imparts a hue. Related: Adolph Gottlieb. Man Looking at Woman. Map of the World. Mapping the Internet.
Street, Dresden. Interior, Mother and Sister of the Artist. Map of America. Hans Tietze and Erica Tietze-Conrat. Modern Landscapes Vasily Kandinsky. Paintings of large areas of color, typically with no strong contrasts of tone or obvious focus of attention. A decorative or structural feature, most often composed of stone, typically having a cylindrical or polygonal shaft.
Related: Robert Rauschenberg. Related: Alighiero Boetti. Colors located opposite one another on the color wheel. When mixed together, complementary colors produce a shade of gray or brown. When one stares at a color for a sustained period of time then looks at a white surface, an afterimage of the complementary color will appear.
Related: Henri Matisse.
Interior with a Young Girl Girl Reading. The arrangement of the individual elements within a work of art so as to form a unified whole; also used to refer to a work of art, music, or literature, or its structure or organization. Horses Resting.
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My Pacific Polynesian Culture. Pablo Picasso. To Lift. Vincent van Gogh. Art that emerged in the late s, emphasizing ideas and theoretical practices rather than the creation of visual forms. Related: Daniel Buren. Cut Piece. Pitcher and Creamer.
Vermelha Chair. Developed by the Russian avant-garde at the time of the October Revolution of Declaring that a post-Revolutionary society demanded a radically new artistic language, Constructivist artists, led by Aleksandr Rodchenko, aimed to strip their works of subjective emotional character, eventually even rejecting painting as an individualist bourgeois form. The Constructivist artist was recast as an engineer of a new society, whose practice served a greater social or utilitarian purpose. Specter of the Gardenia.
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Related: Ana Mendieta. Nile Born. Paris, June—July Documentary and Propaganda. In photography, the range of light to dark areas in the composition. An image with high contrast will have a greater variability in tonality while a photograph with low contrast will have a more similar range of tones. General agreement on or acceptance of certain practices or attitudes; a widely used and accepted device or technique, as in drama, literature, or visual art. Related: Bruce Nauman.
A steel alloy that develops a rust-like appearance when exposed to weather for several years, eliminating the need for repainting. Because of this quality, it is also called weathering steel. Related: Barnett Newmann. Broken Obelisk. In photography, editing, typically by removing the outer edges of the image. This process may happen in the darkroom or on a computer. Originally a term of derision used by a critic in , Cubism describes the work of Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque, and those influenced by them. Working side by side, they developed a visual language whose geometric planes and compressed space challenged what had been the defining conventions of representation in Western painting: the relationship between solid and void, figure and ground.
Traditional subjects—nudes, landscapes, and still lifes—were reinvented as increasingly fragmented compositions. Related: Georges Braque. Man with a Guitar. A person, symbol, object, or place that is widely recognized or culturally significant to a large group of people. Related: Celebrity. The customs, arts, social institutions, and achievements of a particular nation, people, or other social group.