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  1. Elements of Art

  2. What makes up an art work? The Elements of art

  3. Elements of ArtThe composition of an art work is made up of the arrangement of the elements.These are known as the Elements of Art

  4. Elements of Art COLOR LINE SHAPE SPACE VALUE FORM

  5. COLOR

  6. COLOR • Primary colors- yellow, red and blue. • (colors that can not be made by mixing other colors. • Secondary colors- purple, green and orange (colors mixed from a combination of any two primary colors)

  7. Primary coloursRoy Lichtenstein

  8. Color Schemes • Complementary Colors – colors directly across from each other on the color wheel • Monochromatic color scheme - uses only one color and tints and shades • Analagous colors- colors that have something in common. They are next to each other on the color wheel. One color will be in harmony with another.

  9. Complementary coloursGauguin

  10. Complementary colours scheme

  11. Monochromatic color schemeM.C. Escher

  12. Colour schemes

  13. Communicating with colour • Cool colors recede - go away from you Van Gogh

  14. Warm colors come toward the viewer (advance); Cool colors recede Mark Rothko

  15. Rothko

  16. VALUE

  17. ValuePencil Value Scale

  18. ValueStippling Value Scale

  19. Line – The Obvious STRAIGHT HORIZONTAL VERTICAL DIAGONAL

  20. LINE

  21. Simple to Complex in terms of line . . .

  22. Lines can be implied. . .

  23. IMPLIED LINES Not really there but guide the eye or organize the image

  24. Implied Line

  25. SHAPE Giotto, Pieta(Lamentation)fresco BOLD DIAGONAL Late Gothic/ Early Renaissance from 1305

  26. CaravaggioThe Calling of St. Matthew,1599-1600

  27. Gentileschi,Judith Slaying Holofernes,1620

  28. Note lines implied by directional gazes Diego Rivera, The Flower Carrier, 1935, 48x48 in.

  29. Pierre-Auguste RenoirLe déjeuner des canotiers, 1880–1881Oil on canvas, 129.5 × 172.7 cm

  30. Morandi, GiorgioStill Life (The Blue Vase)1920Oil on canvas The blue lines point out . . . IMPLIED LINES

  31. Morandi, GiorgioStill Life (The Blue Vase)1920Oil on canvas implied

  32. Caravaggio, Supper at Emmaus, c.1601

  33. Kenneth Noland, Thrust, 196345 x 45 in.

  34. A VENETIAN WOMANJohn Singer Sargent (American, b.1856, d.1925)1882oil on canvas93 3/4 x 52 1/2 in. (238.1 x 133.4 cm)

  35. Barnett Newman, Dionysius, 1944, 67x49in.

  36. Barnett Newman, Yellow Painting, 1949

  37. Barnett Newman, Untitled (The Cry), 36x24in., ink on paper

  38. Giotto, Pieta(Lamentation)fresco BOLD DIAGONAL Late Gothic/ Early Renaissance from 1305

  39. CaravaggioThe Calling of St. Matthew,1599-1600

  40. Gentileschi,Judith Slaying Holofernes,1620

  41. IMPLIED LINES Not really there but guide the eye or organize the image

  42. Diego Rivera, The Flower Carrier, 1935, 48x48 in. Note lines implied by directional gazes

  43. Pierre-Auguste RenoirLe déjeuner des canotiers, 1880–1881Oil on canvas, 129.5 × 172.7 cm

  44. Morandi, GiorgioStill Life (The Blue Vase)1920Oil on canvas The blue lines point out . . . IMPLIED LINES

  45. Morandi, GiorgioStill Life (The Blue Vase)1920Oil on canvas implied

  46. Schiele, EgonSeated Girl1911Watercolor and pencil48 x 31.5 cm

  47. Caravaggio, Supper at Emmaus, c.1601

  48. Kenneth Noland, Thrust, 196345 x 45 in.