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  • Who painted the Mona LIsa?
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  • What is the appropriate art term for color?
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  • What do you call a point with no ending?
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  • This is the principle of art that indicates movement by the repetition of elements.

  • Principle of art that uses contrast to draw attention to an area.

  • Principle of art in which lots of different shapes,colors,forms,textures,etc.might be used to make the work more interesting.

  • Who designed this Art Nouveau room?

  • What were the years in which the Bauhaus movement was active?

  • Which movement does this photomontage represent?

  • This term refers to the one of several techniques of building pots using the only the hands and simple tools rather than the potters wheel. The term used for creating pottery using the potters wheel is "throwing".
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  • This refers to ceramic ware that has not been fired.
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  • Clay mixed with water with a mayonnaise consistency. Used in casting and decoration.    Slip is the term used for clay in liquid form.
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