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abstracto/a | abstract |
alegre | bright |
el ambiente | atmosphere, environment |
el autorretrato | self-portrait |
la belleza | beauty |
contener | tocontain |
el cuadro | painting |
el cubismo | cubism |
el dibujo | drawing |
diseño | design |
el efecto | effect |
escena | scene |
la escultura | sculpture |
exponer | to exhibit |
el fondo | background |
la forma | form, shape |
la fuente | source |
la imagen | image |
la imaginación | imagination |
la imaginería | imagery |
la manera | way or manner |
el motivo |motive, reason |
el mural | mural |
el muralismo | muralism |
la obra | work |
el pintor/la pintora | painter |
la pintura | paint or painting |
el punto de vista | point of view |
realista | realistic |
reflejar | reflect |
sensible | sensitive |
la sombra | shadow |
sugerir | to suggest |
el surrealismo | surrealism |
el taller | workshop or studio |
el tema | theme,subject, topic |
la tonalidad | tonality |
bosquejar | to sketch |
la acuarela | watercolor |
el bosquejo | sketch |
la exhibición, la exposición | exhibition |
la galería de arte | art gallery |
el museo de arte | art museum |
la naturaleza muerta | still life |
el óleo | oil (paint) |
la paleta | palette |
el pincel | brush |
la tela, el lienzo | canvas |
el museo |museum |
el paisaje | landscape |
el retrato | portrait |

What constitutes the vocabulary of art ?Attempting to respond to art logically and analytically will demonstrate the importance of words (concepts) in guiding perception, and developing understanding and appreciation. There are, of course, many terms which comprise the vocabulary relevant to art. When these terms are known, and employedwith precision, they facilitate discussions about art as well as contributing significantly to increasing levels of visual-aesthetic literacy. The following is an extensive listing of a variety of terms which can be associated with art. This list should prove to be an invaluable aid to becoming acquainted with the scope of the subject, and when thinking, writing or speaking about the visualarts.Manufactured forms as potential sources for aesthetic experience:
advertisement, arch, architecture, aquatint, assemblage, basketry, bas-relief, book, bridge, building, calligraphy, caricature, cathedral, chapel, ceramic, church, collage, computer graphics, computer sculpture, construction, costume, design, drawing, embroidery, enamel, engraving, etching, factory, film, fountain, fresco,furniture, garden, glass, graphics, happening, highway, house, illumination, medal, mezzotint, mobile, monument, mosaic, mural, musical instrument, palace, painting, photograph, porcelain, poster, print, rug, sculpture, serigraph, stained glass window, statue, synagogue, temple, textile, tomb, tool, typography, utensil, vase, watercolor, and woodcut.What media can be employed for making art?
acid, brush,canvas, casein, cement, chalk, charcoal, clay, concrete, crayon, dye, enamel, encaustics, fabric, film, gem, gesso, glass, gouache, ink, ivory, lacquer, light, metal, paint, paper, pastel, pencil, plaster, plastic, reed, resin, rouge, rubber, sand, solder, stone, stucco, varnish, wax, wood, yarn.What techniques can be used for processing media?
abstraction, alla prima (direct application of paintwithout under painting), allegory, animation, annealing, bending, blowups, burnishing, carving, casting, cementing, chasing, chiaroscuro(effects of light and shading), cire-perdue (lost-wax casting), close-ups, coiling, composition, contrast, contrapositio (where one part of the figure turns or twists away from other parts), crosshatching, cutting, design, developing, dissolves, drawing,...