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Visual arts

Of or pertaining to any artistic creation that we can look at, such as paintings, drawings, or video footage.

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From the greek (eikon) for likeness or image, generally an image that typifies and/or inspires devotion to the depicted subject. More specifically, it designates images of sacred persons and events ...


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Those broad areas of study that are not self-consciously natural or social scientific in orientation, including most branches of literature, philosophy, and theology. (in the usage of shimer college, ...


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hue, color, specific kind of color, can be for ex. 'dark blue'' of color blue.


Art history; Visual arts

A concern for that which is specifically human, as opposed to the divine (or, less often, to the animal); and for humanity in general, rather than particular individuals. More specifically, the term ...


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The line that designates where the ground and sky appear to meet in a landscape image, or, alternatively, would so appear if not obscured or made indistinct by intervening objects and topographical ...


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A lighted (often gilt) area depicted around the head of a sacred or otherwise honored personage; see gloriole.


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A series of roughly parallel strokes in a drawing, generally used to indicate the orientation of planes on a form to suggest its rounded plasticity.

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