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The original text that set the standard for introduction to art courses across the country,Art Fundamentalshas guided generations of students through the essential elements of art as well as the rich and varied history of their uses. This eleventh edition has been carefully revised to expand and clarify concepts throughout the text, while adding new material on developing ideas, critical thinking, and time and motion.
Table of Contents
|the Vocabulary Of Introductory Terms|
|The Vocabulary Of Introductory Terms|
|The Evolving Nature Of Art|
|The Three Components Of Art|
|Subject Form Content Organic Unity|
|Abstraction Expanding Personal Awareness|
|Developing Ideas Critical|
|Thinking And Analysis|
|Basic Concepts Of Two-Dimensional Art 2d Media And Techniques|
|Basic Concepts Of Three-Dimensional Art 3d Materials And Concepts|
|Areas Of 3d ApplicatioNS Sculpture Architecture Metalwork Glass Design|
|Ceramics Fiberwork Product Design|
|Combining The Ingredients: A Summary|
|Form The Vocabulary Of Form Form And Visual Ordering The Principles Of Organization|
|Harmony Repetition Rhythm Pattern Closure (Visual Grouping)|
|Visual Linking Shared Edges Overlapping Transparency Interpenetration Linking through Extensions (Implied and Subjective Edges/Lines/Shapes)|
|Excessive Use of Harmony Variety Contrast Elaboration The Dualism of Harmony and Variety Balance Symmetrical Balance (Formal Balance)|
|Approximate Symmetrical Balance Radial Balance Asymmetrical Balance (Informal/Occult Balance)|
|Proportion Dominance Movement Economy|
|Space: Result Of Elements And Principles Three-Dimensional Form And The Principles Of Organization|
|Harmony and Variety Balance Proportion Dominance Movement Economy|
|Form Unity: A Summary|
|Line The Vocabulary Of Line Line: The Elementary Means Of Communication The Physical Characteristics Of Line|
|Measure Type Direction Location Character|
|Line And The Other Art Elements|
|Line and Shape Line and Value|
|Line and Texture Line and Color|
|The Spatial Characteristics Of Line Line As Representation And Expression Three-Dimensional Applications Of Line Summary|
|Shape The Vocabulary Of Shape Introduction To Shape Shape Types Shape Dimensions Shape And Composition|
|Harmony and Variety Dominance Movement Balance Proportion and Economy|
|Shape And Expressive Content Three-Dimensional Applications Of Shape|
|Value The Vocabulary Of Value Introduction To Value Relationships Value And Art Media Plastic Value|
|Decorative Value Value Pattern And Composition Three-Dimensional Applications Of Value|
|Texture The Vocabulary Of Texture Introduction To Texture The Nature Of Texture Types Of Texture|
|Actual Texture Simulated Texture Abstract Texture Invented Texture|
|Texture And Pattern Texture And Composition Texture And Space Texture And Expressive Content Three-Dimensional Applications Of Texture|
|Color The Vocabulary Of Color The Characteristics Of Color Light: The Source Of Color|
|Additive Color Subtractive Color|
|Artists’ Pigments And The Triadic Color System Neutrals The Physical Properties Of Color|
|Hue Value Intensity|
|Developing Aesthetic Color Relationships|
|Complements and Split-Complements Triads Tetrads Analogous and Monochromatic Colors Warm and Cool Colors Plastic Colors Simultaneous Contrast Color and Emotion Psychological Application of Color|
|The Role Of Color In Composition|
|Color Balance Color and Harmony Color and Variety|
|The Evolution Of The Color Wheel|
|The Origins of Color Systems|
|The Discovery of Pigment Primaries|
|The First Triadic Color Wheel|
|The Discovery of Light Primaries|
|The Ostwald Color System|
|The Munsell Color System|
|The Process Color System (Four-Color Printing Process)|
|Color Photography Color Computer Printing|
|Three-Dimensional Applications Of Color|
|Space The Vocabulary Of Space Introduction To Space Spatial Perception|
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