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The Fine Arts. Art Elements. Types or Genres. Music. Created by. Misc. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 5. 5. 5. 5. 5. Column 1, #1. Texture. An element of art – the way the surface of something feels, i.e. rough, smooth, bumpy, etc.

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The fine arts

The

Fine

Arts


The fine arts

Art Elements

Types or Genres

Music

Created by...

Misc.

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Column 1 1

Column 1, #1

Texture

An element of art – the way the surface of something feels, i.e. rough, smooth, bumpy, etc.


Column 1 2

Column 1, #2

Shape

An element of art – used in flat, 2-dimensional pieces like paintings, can include geometric shapes or shapes from nature


Column 1 3

Column 1, #3

Line

An element of art – a continuous mark; types of lines include vertical, horizontal, curved, diagonal, etc.


Column 1 4

Column 1, #4

Form

An element of art – used in 3-dimensional pieces like sculptures that have height, width, and depth


Column 1 5

Column 1, #5

Complimentary Colors

When a color is opposite a primary color, on the color wheel its name is


Column 2 1

Column 2, #1

Folktale

A story that is passed down orally from generation to generation


Column 2 2

Column 2, #2

Legend

A story handed down from earlier times which is often based on fact but is not entirely true


Column 2 3

Column 2, #3

Myth

A story that expresses the beliefs of a group of people, tells about Gods or goddesses, or gives reasons for something that happens in nature


Column 2 4

Column 2, #4

Expressive Art

Art that communicates emotions or ideas


Column 2 5

Column 2, #5

Non-objective Art

Abstract art that has no recognizable subject


Column 3 1

Column 3, #1

c. Mezzo Piano

Which one is the softest?

a. Forte Loud

b. Mezzo Forte

c. Mezzo Piano


Column 3 2

Column 3, #2

a. Forte

  • Which one is the loudest?

  • Forte

  • Mezzo Forte

  • Piano


Column 3 3

Column 3, #3

Baroque Era

came directly after the Renaissance and before the Classical Era. Bach is associated with this Era.


Column 3 4

Column 3, #4

b. Mezzo Forte

Which one is the loudest?

a. Mezzo Piano

b. Mezzo Forte

c. Piano


Column 3 5

Column 3, #5

Pitch

The measure of how high or low a note is, relative to other notes; pitch is determined by the frequency of vibrations per second.


Column 4 1

Column 4, #1

Georgia O’Keefe

Who is the artist?


Column 4 2

Column 4, #2

Stephen Foster

Who’s the composer?

Camptown Races

Oh! Susannah

My Old Kentucky Home


Column 4 3

Column 4, #3

Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky

This Russian is best know for his ballets and symphonies which include Sleeping Beauty, Swan Lake and the Nutcracker.


Column 4 4

Column 4, #4

Vincent Van Gogh

Who’s the artist?


Column 4 5

Column 4, #5

Cubism

Picasso was known for this form of art that used geometric forms.


Column 5 1

Column 5, #1

Theme

An element of drama – the main subject or idea in writing, speech, or music


Column 5 2

Column 5, #2

Plot

An element of drama – the main events or action in a play, book, or other written work


Column 5 3

Column 5, #3

Jazz Music

called "America's only original art form. It developed in the Southern American States out of a confluence of African and European music traditions


Column 5 4

Column 5, #4

Climax

The point of highest dramatic interest or a major turning point in the action


Column 5 5

Column 5, #5

French Impressionism

Monet was known for this form of art due to the perception of the image. The art becomes only an appearance.


Bonus question 1

Bonus Question 1


Bonus question 2

Bonus Question 2


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