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1. Unit 3 Describing works of art: an overview

1.1. Nouns

1.1.1. Line

1.1.1.1. Thick

1.1.1.2. Thin

1.1.1.3. Curved

1.1.1.4. Broken

1.1.1.5. Wavy

1.1.1.6. Straight

1.1.1.7. Striped

1.1.1.8. Jagged

1.1.1.9. Parallel lines

1.1.2. Edge

1.1.2.1. Blurred edges

1.1.3. Outline

1.1.4. Color

1.1.4.1. Primary color

1.1.4.2. Secondary color

1.1.4.3. Tinted color

1.1.4.4. Shaded color

1.1.4.5. Solid color

1.1.4.6. Analogous

1.1.4.7. Dull color

1.1.4.8. Glaring colors

1.1.4.9. Complementary colors

1.1.5. Space

1.1.5.1. Positive space

1.1.5.2. Negative space

1.1.6. Depth

1.1.7. Overlap

1.1.8. Foreground

1.1.9. Backgorund

1.1.10. Size

1.1.10.1. Relative sizes

1.1.11. Vanishing point

1.1.12. Perspective

1.1.12.1. Linear perspective

1.1.12.2. Aerial perspective

1.1.13. Shape

1.1.13.1. Geometric

1.1.13.1.1. Circle

1.1.13.1.2. Cube

1.1.13.1.3. Cone

1.1.13.1.4. Cylinder

1.1.13.1.5. Diamond

1.1.13.1.6. Hexagon

1.1.13.1.7. Pentagon

1.1.13.1.8. Rectangle

1.1.13.1.9. Pyramid

1.1.13.1.10. Sphere

1.1.13.1.11. Rectangular prism

1.1.13.1.12. Triangle

1.1.13.1.13. Square

1.1.13.1.14. Oval

1.1.13.2. Organic

1.1.14. Balance

1.1.15. Axis

1.1.16. Movement

1.1.17. Rhythm

1.1.17.1. Visual rhythm

1.1.18. Light

1.1.18.1. Bright light

1.1.18.2. Subdued light

1.1.19. Stained glass

1.1.20. Enamel

1.1.21. Canvas

1.1.22. Layer / Coat of paint / Wash

1.1.23. Dye

1.1.24. "Tonos"

1.1.24.1. Hue

1.1.24.2. Tint

1.1.24.3. Shade

1.1.24.4. Tone

1.1.25. Saturation

1.1.26. Focal point / Center of interest / Point of interest

1.1.27. Glance / Look

1.1.28. Viewer

1.1.29. Flat

1.1.30. Feature

1.1.31. Foreshortening

1.1.32. Horizon line

1.2. Adjectives

1.2.1. Shapes

1.2.1.1. Circular

1.2.1.2. Cubical

1.2.1.3. Conical

1.2.1.4. Cylindrical

1.2.1.5. Hexagonal

1.2.1.6. Rectangular

1.2.1.7. Pyramidal

1.2.1.8. Triangular

1.2.1.9. Square

1.2.1.10. Oval

1.2.2. "Antónimos"

1.2.2.1. Warm ≠ Cool

1.2.2.2. Symmetrical ≠ Asymmetrical

1.2.2.3. Dark ≠ Light

1.2.2.4. Blurred ≠ Well-defined

1.2.2.5. Coarse ≠ Smooth

1.2.2.6. Wide ≠ Narrow

1.2.2.7. Pure ≠ Mixed

1.2.2.8. High ≠ Low

1.2.2.9. Thick ≠ Thin

1.2.2.10. Balanced ≠ Imbalanced

1.2.2.11. Crosswise ≠ Lengthwise

1.2.2.12. Convergent ≠ Divergent

1.2.2.13. Heavy ≠ Light

1.2.2.14. Static ≠ Dynamic

1.2.2.15. Opaque ≠ Transparent

1.2.2.16. Harmonious ≠ Disharmonious

1.2.2.17. Simple ≠ Complex

1.2.2.18. Diminishing ≠ Augmenting

1.2.2.19. Bright ≠ Dim

1.2.2.20. Empty ≠ Filled / Full

1.2.3. Rough

1.2.4. Structural

1.2.5. Positive adjectives

1.2.5.1. Alluring

1.2.5.2. Amazing

1.2.5.3. Brilliant

1.2.5.4. Excellent

1.2.5.5. Suggestive

1.2.5.6. Attractive

1.2.5.7. Wonderful

1.2.5.8. Smart

1.2.5.9. Impressive

1.2.5.10. Awesome

1.2.5.11. Sophisticated

1.2.5.12. Fantastic

1.2.5.13. Moving

1.2.5.14. Perfect

1.2.5.15. Breathtaking

1.2.5.16. Expressive

1.2.5.17. Subtle

1.2.5.18. Fascinating

1.2.5.19. Seductive

1.2.5.20. Fabulous

1.2.5.21. Sleek

1.2.5.22. Successful

1.2.5.23. Magnificent

1.2.5.24. Beautiful

1.2.5.25. Interesting

1.2.5.26. Unique

1.2.5.27. Flawless

1.2.5.28. Superb

1.2.5.29. Masterful

1.2.5.30. Marvellous

1.2.5.31. Clever

1.2.5.32. Elegant

1.3. Verbs

1.3.1. To resemble / To look like

1.3.2. Carving

1.3.3. Polish

1.3.4. To lie

1.3.5. Lead

1.3.6. Implied

1.3.7. To converge

1.4. Guidelines on describing an artwork

1.4.1. 1. Identify the artwork

1.4.2. 2. General description: What can you see?

1.4.3. 3. Analyze the technical aspects

1.4.4. 4. Impression of the viewer, appraisal.

1.5. Expressions

1.5.1. Reminds me of

1.5.2. Makes me think of / about

1.5.3. Makes me feel + Adj

1.5.4. Suggests / Evokes + (N)

1.5.5. Causes a sense / feeling of + (N)

1.5.6. Provokes a sense / feeling of + (Negative noun)

1.5.7. The painting has an air of + (N)

2. Unit 5 Painting

2.1. Nouns

2.1.1. Brush

2.1.2. Easel

2.1.3. Canvas

2.1.4. Palette Knife

2.1.5. Turpentine

2.1.6. Stain

2.1.7. Strech

2.1.8. Surf

2.1.9. Dots / Specks / Fleck

2.1.10. Paint

2.1.11. Painting

2.1.12. Artwork

2.1.13. Brushstroke

2.2. Adjectives

2.2.1. Bleak

2.2.2. Tiny

2.3. Verbs

2.3.1. Entilted / Cold

2.3.2. Depicts

2.3.3. Havering

2.3.4. Spread

2.4. Expressions

2.4.1. High up / At the top of

2.4.2. At the base of

2.4.3. "The ... dominates the left-hand side of the painting"

2.4.4. "Give the ... a ... appearance"

3. Unit 1&2 Careers in Fine Arts Controversial topics in the art world

3.1. Nouns

3.1.1. Cartoon / Cartoonist

3.1.2. Career

3.1.3. Degree

3.1.4. Resume (CV)

3.1.5. Summary

3.1.6. Background

3.1.7. Calligraphy

3.1.8. Studios

3.1.9. Customer

3.1.10. Income / Salary

3.1.11. Hands-on experience / Work experience

3.1.12. Deadline / Due date

3.1.13. Tagger

3.1.14. Medium / Mediums / Media

3.1.15. Skill

3.1.16. Bricks

3.1.17. Mould

3.1.18. Concrete

3.1.19. Mud

3.1.20. Clay

3.1.21. Contemporary art.

3.1.22. Controversy

3.1.23. Printmaker

3.2. Adjectives

3.2.1. Enthusiastic Motivated

3.2.2. Efficient

3.2.3. Valuable

3.2.4. Suitable / Eligible

3.2.5. Dull

3.2.6. Dim

3.2.7. Inventive / Creative

3.2.8. Competent / Capable

3.2.9. Attentive to detail / Accurate

3.2.10. Analytical

3.2.11. Eager

3.2.12. Empty

3.2.13. Shameful

3.2.14. Impressive

3.2.15. Realible / Thustworthy

3.2.16. Controversial

3.3. Verbs

3.3.1. Resume

3.3.2. To summarize / To sum up

3.3.3. Carry out

3.3.4. Develop

3.3.5. To focus

3.3.6. To commission

3.3.7. Earn / Make money

3.3.8. Win money

3.3.9. Arise

3.3.10. Oversee / Supervise

3.3.11. Hand

3.3.12. Deliver

3.3.13. Provide

3.3.14. Encourage

3.3.15. Discourage

3.3.16. Seek / Look for

3.3.17. Enhancement / Edit

3.3.18. Commit to

3.3.19. Reports to

3.3.20. To tag

3.3.21. Eraser / Delate

3.3.22. Waste money

3.3.23. Match

3.3.24. Lay

3.3.25. Ban / Forbid

3.3.26. To censor

3.3.27. To fail

3.3.28. To succeed

3.3.29. Criticise

3.3.30. Find

3.3.31. Found

3.3.32. Fund

3.4. Expressions

3.4.1. It is worth a great idea

3.4.2. Is usually

3.4.3. So that

3.4.4. Therefore / That's why

3.4.5. To express an opinnion

3.4.5.1. I don't agree / I disagree

3.4.5.2. I agree

4. Unit 6 Sculpture

4.1. Nouns

4.1.1. Bowl

4.1.2. Materials

4.1.2.1. Bronze

4.1.2.2. Brass

4.1.2.3. Cement

4.1.2.4. Marble

4.1.2.5. Limestone

4.1.2.6. Stone

4.1.2.7. Clay

4.1.2.8. Plaster / Gesso

4.1.3. Fabric

4.1.4. Slab / Block

4.1.5. Sandpaper

4.1.6. Dust mask

4.1.7. Buffing wheel

4.1.8. Bust

4.1.9. Sponge

4.1.10. Towel

4.1.11. Tools

4.1.11.1. Loop

4.1.11.2. Chisel

4.1.11.3. File

4.1.11.4. Mallet

4.1.11.5. Gouge

4.1.12. Foam

4.1.13. Surface

4.1.14. Foundry

4.1.15. Spatula

4.1.16. Supplies

4.1.17. Unevenness

4.2. Adjectives

4.2.1. Dry

4.2.2. Steeper

4.2.3. Earthenware / Fired clay

4.2.4. Even / Smooth

4.2.5. Even ≠ Uneven

4.2.6. Concave ≠ Convex

4.2.7. Intrincate

4.3. Verbs

4.3.1. Cut out

4.3.2. Chip away

4.3.3. Refine

4.3.4. To rub

4.3.5. To supply

4.3.6. Welding / To solder

4.3.7. To sand / To plane / To polish / To buff / To smooth

4.3.8. To weld

4.3.9. To scrape

5. Unit 4 Drawing

5.1. Nouns

5.1.1. Stump

5.1.2. Charcoal

5.1.3. Fixative

5.1.4. Semear / Blend / Smudge

5.1.5. Portrait

5.1.6. Doodle

5.1.7. Caricature

5.1.8. Frame

5.1.9. Mechanical propelling pencil

5.1.10. Angle

5.1.10.1. Acute angle

5.1.10.2. Right angle

5.1.10.3. Obtuse angle

5.1.10.4. Straight angle

5.1.11. Stoyrboard

5.1.12. Sketch

5.1.13. Graphite

5.1.14. Still life

5.1.15. Acrylic

5.1.16. Crayon

5.1.17. A pair of compasses

5.1.18. Drawing sheet

5.1.19. Enamel

5.1.20. Felt-tip pen

5.1.21. Malleable eraser

5.1.22. Wax crayon

5.1.23. Drawer

5.2. Adjectives

5.2.1. Shading

5.2.1.1. Blended shading

5.2.1.2. Circulism

5.2.1.3. Blended circulism

5.2.1.4. Dark blacks

5.2.1.5. loose crosshatching

5.2.1.6. tight crosshatching

5.2.1.7. Shading with colored pencils

5.2.1.8. Shading with pastels

5.2.2. Tight

5.3. Verbs

5.3.1. Intertwine

5.3.2. To fit

5.3.3. To cast / To project

5.3.4. Trace

5.3.5. To scrape

5.4. Expressions

5.4.1. Go right across

5.4.2. Half way between

5.4.3. Close to

6. Unit 7 Phtography

6.1. Nouns

6.1.1. Landsacape

6.1.2. Angle of view

6.1.3. Overlook

6.1.4. Viewpoint

6.1.5. Focal length

6.1.6. Lens

6.1.7. Viewfinder

6.1.8. Wide-angle lens

6.1.9. Depht of field

6.1.10. Surroundings

6.1.11. Close-up

6.1.12. Sequence

6.1.13. Shot

6.2. Adjectives

6.2.1. Fixed

6.2.2. Amorphous

6.2.3. Prominent

6.3. Verbs

6.3.1. Rearrange

6.3.2. To crop