China (618-906 ce).
A red hat similar to the fez worm especially by Muslim men.
A projection on the end of
a piece of wood shaped for insertion into a mortise to make a joint.
The surface quality of materials, either actual (tactile) or implied (visual). It is one of the elements of art.
Eight American artists who followed influential artist, Robert Henri. Henri urged these artist to focus on portraying the reality of life, which in turn influenced the production of images depicting the rapidly changing urban landscape of New York City. Later became known as the Ashcan School
The Zone System
A photography technique, pioneered by Ansel Adams, which allows photographers to translate the light they see into specific densities on negatives and paper, thus giving better control over finished images.
A distinct, recurring, and unifying quality or main idea.
Arrangement of colors; the scheme connecting the color tones in a work of art such as a painting or photograph; how the light values in the scene are mapped to shades of grey on the print.
A figure that has three sides and three angles.