jueves, 28 de noviembre de 2019

Art 3º ESO Are you ready to sit your exam?

1st TERM

1. Remember you should  go over the lessons. Follow these links

2. Is your porfolio ready?

Cover page: Name , family name and course  
  • Index
  •  Put your pages in order L1, L2, L3, L4...Remember that each job has to go with its instructions / proposal and the theory we explain to be able to do it.


The visual arts are art forms such as   painting,  drawing,  printmaking ( engraving)  ,  sculpture,  ceramics,  photography,  video, filmmaking, design, crafts, and architecture.

Some traditional painting and drawing techniques

  • Acrylic paint
  • Gouache /Tempera 
  • Ink
  • Oil paint
  • Watercolor
  • Marker
  • Pencil
  • Colored pencil

The pictorial genres are usually classified in terms of their thematic content: portrait and self-portrait, still life, landscape and marine, abstract ... (there is more like religious, mythological, allegorical, history, etc.)

  • Portrait mainly of a person (animal or personified thing). It is considered self-portrait when it is the portrait of the author of the work.

Pompadour   de Modigliani

  • Still life . It is a work of art that represents animals, flowers and other objects, which can be natural (fruits, food, plants, rocks or shells) or man-made (kitchen utensils, table or house, antiques, books, jewelry , coins, pipes, etc.) in a given space.

Sunflowers by Vincent van Gogh

  • Landscape is the graphic representation of extensive terrain. It is known as marine, any visual language (painting, drawing, engraving, sculpture ...) whose main inspiration is the sea.

The starry night of Vincent Van Gogh

  • Abstract is a form of artistic expression that dispenses with any figuration and proposes a new reality different from the natural one. Use a visual language of form, color and line to create a composition that can exist regardless of real-world visual references.

Composition in red, yellow, blue and black, by Piet Mondrian.

Figurative images are those in which we can recognize the object represented. As that degree of similarity or approach with reality decreases, the image will reach increasing degrees of abstraction. The image faithful to the reality it represents is called realistic, sometimes confusing with it (Hyperrealism)
in cool colors, half in warm.

Follow this link  The colours

lunes, 25 de noviembre de 2019

Los colores en el Arte....

El color blanco 
The Magpie 
La urraca
Claude Monet
1868 - 1869

Es un óleo sobre lienzo de Monet, creado en el invierno de 1868 en Normandía. 

Hablamos del primer cuadro de Monet con un paisaje nevado, en el que predomina el color blanco de la nieve, la luz del sol brillante sobre esta, creando sombras azules.

El color blanco es símbolo de paz; el paisaje se sitúa en una casa de Étretat que el patrón de Monet había arreglado para su novia y su hijo recién nacido. Esto le permitió pintar con comodidad y tranquilidad, rodeado de su familia. Transmite tranquilidad.

También es sinónimo de vacío, un paisaje nevado, sin nada alrededor que pueda alcanzar nuestra vista es lo que representa el autor en su obra.

Por otro lado el blanco se entiende como un color limpio, puro e inocente. Monet acababa de ser padre, puede ser una de las mayores influencias para él.
Trabajo realizado por: L.S.A 4D

Trabajo realizado por: C.S.B 4D

Realizado por NPC