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Also called an impost block. In sculpture, a mass of material that has been carved or manipulated into a rough form of the ultimate work. Among other ways of ordering things, it should be compared with numerical and chronological ordering, periodicity, taxonomy, etc.
Also see chronology, rhythm, and sequence. An abrasive is any substance which wears down a surface by rubbing against it.
Abrasives are available in many forms, including powders, compounds, papers, wheels or disks, brushes, belts, and more, each most appropriate for certain applications. Sandpapers and grinding disks and wheels, for instance, have abrasive surfaces used to wear down surfaces, or to smooth out rough ones.
To wear down by rubbing is to abrade. Also see Carborundum, carving, corundum, emery, finish, glass, mark, metal, polish, pumice, rottenstone, rouge, and wood. Towels, rags, and sponges are common examples, often used to blot, clean up, apply and spread colors, etc.
An absorbent ground is a ground or coating on a surface that can absorb the liquid from paint applied to it. Also see absorption, gesso, canvas, paper, stain and stain removal, and vehicle.
The light which is absorbed is converted to heat, while light not absorbed is either transmitted by transparency or translucent surfaces or reflected by opaque surfaces.
Not to be confused with adsorption. Also see additive, angle of incidence, reflected color, and reflection. Abstraction-Creation Group - An international school of painters and sculptors of the s, who typically employed geometric shapes and forms. Piet Mondrian was the most prominent figure in the Abstract-Creation Group.
Also see Bauhaus and De Stijl. Also see consistency, existentialism, Fluxus, harmony, incongruity, juxtaposition, meaning, and Rube Goldberg. Also see academician, academy, bad art, brummagem, kitsch, secession, and teacher. Adolphe-William Bouguereau French, was an archetypal academician.
Bouguereau was immensely successful and influential as an exponent of academic art, upholding traditional values and contriving to exclude avant-garde work from the Salon. Originally the school of philosophy founded by Plato in the garden of Academe, a district in the vicinity of Athens.
The term usually refers to a recognized society established for the promotion of one or more of the arts or sciences.
The first such academy following the classical era in Europe was the Florentine Academy of Design Accademia di Designofounded by Giorgio Vasari in Michelangelo was elected an officer inone year before he died.
By there were more than five hundred in Italy alone. Because the French academies dictated elaborate conventions and aesthetic doctrines for the manufacture of works of art, the term "academic" came to imply derivative rather than creative work.Child of the Storm vacillates between this, Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness and Sophisticated as Hell on a regular basis, partly because the author was a (very well educated) teenager in the first couple of years of writing it, and partly because he's a self-admitted massive Buffy fan.
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