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Raymond han still life with orange tin and produce containers 1992 1993 oil on canvas 71x112cm

Question A example

Read the description of the still life below the illustration(this will give you important information such as the title,scale of the painting and materials(media)used.

Before answering the question take a minute to write down VISUAL ELEMENTS and CELTISM on a separate sheet of paper.

Question A is about commenting on the composition of a painting , use of the visual elements ,and handling of media/materials.

Personal opinion is also very important.

VISUAL ELEMENTS Line, shape, tone, colour, pattern, texture.

C Content Colour Composition Contrast ComparisonE Expression Effectiveness L Line Light-source T Tone Texture Technique(painting,drawing etc)TraditionI Influences InspirationS Shape Style Subject-matter Symbolism Scale SettingM Movements Mood Methods Media/Materials

Raymond Han, Still life with orange tin and produce containers (1992-1993)

Oil on canvas (71x112cm)

a) In your opinion, how successfully does the artist use colour, tone, and composition in this still life? Give reasons 10 marks 15 mins


Raymond han still life with orange tin and produce containers 1992 1993 oil on canvas 71x112cm

Question A example

Read the description of the still life below the illustration(this will give you important information such as the title,scale of the painting and materials(media)used.

Before answering the question take a minute to write down VISUAL ELEMENTS and CELTISM on a separate sheet of paper.

Question A is about commenting on the composition of a painting , use of the visual elements ,and handling of media/materials.

Personal opinion is also very important.

VISUAL ELEMENTS Line, shape, tone, colour, pattern, texture.

C Content Colour Composition Contrast ComparisonE Expression Effectiveness L Line Light-source T Tone Texture Technique(painting,drawing etc)TraditionI Influences InspirationS Shape Style Subject-matter Symbolism Scale SettingM Movements Mood Methods Media/Materials

Start by describing the subject matter and how it is arranged and then move on to answer aech element of the question and write about other visual elements and parts of CELTISM.

Remember that reading the title always helps you to describe the painting.

Raymond Han, Still life with orange tin and produce containers (1992-1993)

Oil on canvas (71x112cm)

a) In your opinion, how successfully does the artist use colour, tone, and composition in this still life? Give reasons 10 marks 15 mins


Raymond han still life with orange tin and produce containers 1992 1993 oil on canvas 71x112cm

Lets begin to answer the question

Question A example

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Raymond Han, Still life with orange tin and produce containers (1992-1993)

Oil on canvas (71x112cm)

a) In your opinion, how successfully does the artist use colour, tone, and composition in this still life? Give reasons 10 marks 15 mins


Raymond han still life with orange tin and produce containers 1992 1993 oil on canvas 71x112cm

This still life has been painted by a contemporary artist in the medium of oil on canvas. The subjectmatter consists of various containers and vessels placed on a plain horizontal surface which is towards the bottom part of the canvas. The objects vary in scale,shape and materials. There are two plastic containers, one inside the other, a cup, two bowls, five vases and a jug.

Question A example

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Raymond Han, Still life with orange tin and produce containers (1992-1993)

Oil on canvas (71x112cm)

a) In your opinion, how successfully does the artist use colour, tone, and composition in this still life? Give reasons 10 marks 15 mins


Raymond han still life with orange tin and produce containers 1992 1993 oil on canvas 71x112cm

Now start to deal specifically with what the question asks.

Question A example

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Raymond Han, Still life with orange tin and produce containers (1992-1993)

Oil on canvas (71x112cm)

a) In your opinion, how successfully does the artist use colour, tone, and composition in this still life? Give reasons 10 marks 15 mins


Raymond han still life with orange tin and produce containers 1992 1993 oil on canvas 71x112cm

Now start to deal specifically with what the question asks.

Question A example

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a) In your opinion, how successfully does the artist use colour, tone, and composition in this still life? Give reasons 10 marks 15 mins

Raymond Han, Still life with orange tin and produce containers (1992-1993)

Oil on canvas (71x112cm)

a) In your opinion, how successfully does the artist use colour, tone, and composition in this still life? Give reasons 10 marks 15 mins


Raymond han still life with orange tin and produce containers 1992 1993 oil on canvas 71x112cm

I would describe the overall colour of this painting as being almost monochrome except for the tin and produce containers which have more intensity of colour, especially the orange tin. An ochre, nuetralised pale colour.has been used in the background to make it recede.

The tin ,and produce containers have been painted using secondary colours, orange ,green and purple .

The orange tin is painted as a warm colour ,orange ,in contrast to the conatainers which are cool colours ,and I think that the artist is trying to draw your eye to this object ,and make it the focal point of the painting.

I think this also because the title mentions the tin and the produce containers ,and I think the artist is wanting you to focus on these objects. Your eye is drawn automatically to the orange container because it is the warmest colour and I think the artist has been quite successful employing this technique

The artist has used tone to good effect to emphasise the shape of the objects especially where objects are overlapping or sitting next to the wall creating shadows.Although the objects have been placed against the wall the strong light source and shadows give the painting some depth.There are strong tonal contrasts created by these shadows and there is a strong light source coming from the right of the picture which creates this effect.The light source also emphasis the 3D form of the objects and makes them look rounded.

Question A example

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Raymond Han, Still life with orange tin and produce containers (1992-1993)

Oil on canvas (71x112cm)

a) In your opinion, how successfully does the artist use colour, tone, and composition in this still life? Give reasons 10 marks 15 mins


Raymond han still life with orange tin and produce containers 1992 1993 oil on canvas 71x112cm

Line and shape are also strong elements of this painting. The various objects have been positioned to overlap each other or placed so that interesting spaces are left between objects eg either side of the vase with the eggs. This creates a good balance between positive and negative shape. The shapes of the objects themselves are contrasting,and all the white vessels are variations of spheres oval shapes. The orange tin is also oval shaped while the container looks out of place as it is rectangular.

In terms of composition,the objects are placed in the lower third of the picture on a horizotal line which cuts through them. The darkly toned area under the work top contrasts with the light, white surface and objects and gives the composition stability.

In terms of picture space, the bottom half of the composition is busy while the top half is uncluttered providing a good overall balance.

The focal point,the orange tin, is positioned off centre and this adds to the feeling of disharmony that it produces in terms of colour.

Another pictorial element which I think the artist may be trying to draw to the viewers attention is the location of the white eggs in the white vase.Tonally the eggs are in keeping with the container that they sit in.

Have they come from the open coloured produce container where they would have contrasted with their surroundings in terms of colour and tone.

Question A example

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Raymond Han, Still life with orange tin and produce containers (1992-1993)

Oil on canvas (71x112cm)

a) In your opinion, how successfully does the artist use colour, tone, and composition in this still life? Give reasons 10 marks 15 mins


Raymond han still life with orange tin and produce containers 1992 1993 oil on canvas 71x112cm

This makes me think that is painting is about harmony and disharmony.

I also wonder why the artist is trying to draw us to the brightly coloured tin, and why is it the only vessel that is closed?What is in it?

Although this still life at first appears to be a straight forward collection of objects, on further investigation I think that the artist has thought carefully about possibly telling a story or posing questions, and I think it is a lot more thought provoking and interesting because of this.

Question A example

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Raymond Han, Still life with orange tin and produce containers (1992-1993)

Oil on canvas (71x112cm)

a) In your opinion, how successfully does the artist use colour, tone, and composition in this still life? Give reasons 10 marks 15 mins


Raymond han still life with orange tin and produce containers 1992 1993 oil on canvas 71x112cm

The final answer

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This still life has been painted by a contemporaryartist in the medium of oil on canvas. The subjectmatter consists of various containers and vessels placed on a plain horizontal surface which is towards the bottom part of the canvas. The objects vary in scale,shape and materials. There are two plastic containers, one inside the other, a cup, two bowls, five vases and a jug.

I would describe the overall colour of this painting as being almost monochrome except for the tin and produce containers which have more intensity of colour, especially the orange tin. An ochre, nuetralised pale colour.has been used in the background to make it recede.

The tin ,and produce containers have been painted using secondary colours, orange ,green and purple .

The orange tin is painted as a warm colour ,orange ,in contrast to the conatainers which are cool colours ,and I think that the artist is trying to draw your eye to this object ,and make it the focal point of the painting.

I think this also because the title mentions the tin and the produce containers ,and I think the artist is wanting you to focus on these objects. Your eye is drawn automatically to the orange container because it is the warmest colour and I think the artist has been quite successful employing this technique

The artist has used tone to good effect to emphasise the shape of the objects especially where objects are overlapping or sitting next to the wall creating shadows.Although the objects have been placed against the wall the strong light source and shadows give the painting some depth.There are strong tonal contrasts created by these shadows and there is a strong light source coming from the right of the picture which creates this effect.The light source also emphasis the 3D form of the objects and makes them look rounded.

Line and shape are also strong elements of this painting. The various objects have been positioned to overlap each other or placed so that interesting spaces are left between objects eg either side of the vase with the eggs. This creates a good balance between positive and negative shape. The shapes of the objects themselves are contrasting,and all the white vessels are variations of spheres oval shapes. The orange tin is also oval shaped while the container looks out of place as it is rectangular.

In terms of composition,the objects are placed in the lower third of the picture on a horizotal line which cuts through them. The darkly toned area under the work top contrasts with the light, white surface and objects and gives the composition stability.

In terms of picture space, the bottom half of the composition is busy while the top half is uncluttered providing a good overall balance.

The focal point,the orange tin, is positioned off centre and this adds to the feeling of disharmony that it produces in terms of colour.

Another pictorial element which I think the artist may be trying to draw to the viewers attention is the location of the white eggs in the white vase.Tonally the eggs are in keeping with the container that they sit in.

Have they come from the open coloured produce container where they would have contrasted with their surroundings in terms of colour and tone.

This makes me think that is painting is about harmony and disharmony.

I also wonder why the artist is trying to draw us to the brightly coloured tin, and why is it the only vessel that is closed?What is in it?

Although this still life at first appears to be a straight forward collection of objects, on further investigation I think that the artist has thought carefully about possibly telling a story or posing questions, and I think it is a lot more thought provoking and interesting because of this.

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