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Art comes from an ancient Latin word __, meaning “__” by __

1 ars 2 craft or specialized skill 3 Collingwood 1938

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Art comes from an ancient Latin word __, meaning “__” by __
1 ars 2 craft or specialized skill 3 Collingwood 1938
In Medieval Latin, ars meant “__" (Collingwood, 1938).
1 any special form of book learning such as grammar, logic, or astronomy Collingwood 1938
In what century did art divided into __ and __ ?
1 In the 18th century 2 fine arts 3 useful arts Collingwood, 1938
Humanities include:
1 Literature 2 Music 3 Art
What are the questions an art historian might ask?
Who made this? What was his intention of making this? Where and when was this made? What was happening around the artist at the time? Who or what is the subject? How is the subject represented? How was this made? What style was used? How did the artist's audience receive the work? What did it mean for them at the time?
Intentions in Art Making
Art is a form of expression
Assumptions in Art
1 Art is universal 2 Nature is not art 3 Art involves experience 4 Art as an expression 5 Art as form of creation
Three major experience of art
1 Experience that an artist wants to communicate 2 Experience in creating the art 3 Experience after creating the art
Audience experience of art
1 Sensory response 2 Emotional response 3 Intellectual response
Three basic components of art
1 Subject 2 Content 3 Form
Subjects of art
1 Person 2 Events 3 Objects 4 Scenes
Types of Representing Subjects
1 Representational Arts 2 Non-representational Arts
What are the sources of subjects?
1 Nature 2 Historical Events 3 Mythologies 4 Traditions 5 Historical texts 6 Other works of art
What are the kinds of subjects?
1 Landscapes, Seascapes, Cityscapes 2 Still Life 3 Animals 4 Portraits 5 Figures 6 Everyday Life 7 History and Legend 8 Religion and Mythology 9 Dreams and Fantasies
Nature is not Art examples
1 The Morning by Caspar David Friedrich 2 Annona muricata by Francisco Manuel Blanco 3 Country Scenes in Mountain Landscape by Anonymous Chinese Artist
What are the pre requisites of beauty according to St Thomas Aquinas
1 Integras (INTEGRITY) 2 Consonantia (CONSONANCE) 3 Claritas (CLARITY)
Art involves experience examples
1 The sleep of reason produces monsters by Francisco goya 2 The Struggling Girl photo by Kevin Carter
Art as expression examples
1 Effigy of Philippines president Arroyo burned during SONA 2007 2 The Scream by Edvard Munch
Functional Art
Non functional Art
Gouache vs Watercolor
Gouache - Dry quickly Watercolor - Dry slowly
Most flexible
Oil painting
Techniques in sculpture
1 Carve 2 Modelling 3 Casting 4 Fabrication
Techniques in Architecture
1 Skeleton construction 2 Cantilever