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is a diverse range of  human activities  and the products of those activities; this article focuses primarily on the  visual arts , which includes the creation of images or objects in fields including painting , sculpture ,  printmaking ,  photography , and other visual media. visual arts.

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    1. is a diverse range of human activities and the products of those activities; this article focuses primarily on the visual arts, which includes the creation of images or objects in fields including painting,sculpture, printmaking, photography, and other visual media.

    2. visual arts • are art forms that create works that are primarily visual in nature, such as ceramics, drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, design,crafts,photography, video, filmmaking and architecture. 

    3. Ceramic Art Ex’s. • Ceramic artmeanart objectivessuch as figures,tiles, and tableware made from clay and other raw materials by the process ofpottery. • Anasazi mugs from the Four Cornersa area, Southwestern US. Zuni olla,19th century in America • Neoclassical Wedgwood  urn in jasperware, ca. 1820 Hispano-Moresque in Tin-glazed Cup with votive inscriptions in Kufic script. Terracotta, Nishapur blue-and-white porcelain dish from Jiajing Emperor in Ming Dynasty Vessel from Mesopotamian 16th century Turkish Izinik tiles Etruscan: Diomedes and Polyxena • Venus of DolniVestinice, before 25,000 BCE

    4. Drawing Ex’s. • is a form of Visual Art that makes use of any number of drawing instruments to mark a two-dimensional medium. Automatic Drawing. 1924. Ink on paper in New York • Pencil portrait by Ingres • Pen and Wash lion by Rembrandt in the Louvre trios crayons technique • Line drawing in sanquine by Leonardo da Vinci

    5. Painting • is the practice of applying Paint, PigmentColors  or other mediumto asurface (support base). Cave painting of aurochs in France, prehistoric art Leaf album painting in (Ming Dynasty) • Mona Lisa -is one of the most recognizable paintings in the world. Circus Sideshow (1887–88)

    6. Sculpture Ex’s. • is the branch of the Visual arts •  that operates in  Three dimensions, • and one of the Plastic arts. • Netsuke of tigress with two cubs, mid-19th century Japan, ivory with shell inlay mammoth ivory, found in La Madeleine, France Venus of HohleFels • Sumerian male worshiper, Alabaster with shell eyes Magdalenian Horse in France The Trundholm sun chariot Assyrian lammasu gate guardian Michelangelo’s Moses in Rome

    7. Ancient Egyptian Museum of Berlin Osiris on a lapis lazurli pillar in the middle Facsmile of the Narmer Palette Wooden tomb models The Gold Mask of Tutankhamun The ka statue • Block statue of Pa-Ankh-Ra • Thutmose Bust of Nefertiti Menkaura and queen

    8. Ancient Greece Mycenae, Silver rhyton with gold horns and rosette on the Cycladic Female Figurine Cycladic statue Head from the figure of a woman Mycenae, Female portrait, perhaps a sphinx or a goddess Bull's head, Mycenaean rhyton Terra cotta Charioteer of Delphin

    9. Printmaking Ex’s. • is the process of making artworks by printing, normally on paper. 

    10. Design Ex’s. • is the creation of a Plan or convention for the construction of an object or a system (as in architectural blueprints, engineering drawings, business processes, circuit diagrams and sewing patterns). • Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis Fashion Dress

    11. Craft Ex’s. • A craft is a pastime or a Profession that requires some particular kind of skilled work. a Relief of a simple house facade made as a decorative item Street handicraft: metals mith Woodworking • Shoemaker

    12. Photography Ex’s. • is the Art, science, and practice of creating durable images by recording light or other electromagnetic radiation, either chemically by means of a light-sensitive material such as photographic film or electronically by means of an image sensor. Black-and-white Photography Digital photography • A photographic Darkroom with safelight • Color photography

    13. Video Ex’s. Color space and bits per pixel Aspect ratio • Video is an electronic medium for the Recording, copying and broadcasting of the moving visual images. • Comparison of common Cinematography and traditional television (green) aspect ratios • Example of U-V color plane, • Y value=0.5

    14. Filmmaking Ex. Production • Filmmaking (often referred to in an academic context as film production) is the process of making a  Film. • A director performing dual roles as director and camera operator gives instructions during the filming of a scene.

    15. Architecture Early modern and the industrial age Ex’s. Renaissance and the architect Islamic architecture The medieval builder Modern concepts of architecture Ancient architecture Asian architecture Origins and vernacular architecture • is both the process and product of Planning, Designing, and Construction, usually of buildings and other physical structures. • Sydney Opera House, Australia designed by JornUtzon. • Kinkaku-ji (Golden Pavilion),  • Kyoto, Japan Vernacular architecture in Norway • The Pyramids at Giza in Egypt. • The Taj Mahal  (1632–1653), in India Notre Dame de Paris, France La Rotonda (1567), Italy by Palladio Paris Opera by Charles Garnier (1875), France

    16. Modern Architecture Architecture today • The Bauhaus Dessau architecture from 1925 by Walter Gropius Falling water, Organic architecture by Frank Lloyd Wright. Crystal Cathedral, California, by Philip Johnson (1980) • Gare do Oriente Lisbon, Portugal, by Santiago Calatrava Green roof planted with native species at L'Historial de la Vendée, a new museum in western France

    17. End • By: • Nasima A. Pamanay