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Old Year and New Year by Christina Rossetti
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Last week's vocabulary challenge was on art vocabulary.
We will discuss it further in Kitely on Friday.
Can you think of any words we should include in the session?
Lynne Hand - Learn English Network
I think so many words are there which are people don't know about their vocabulary words or synonyms. I don't know about your session but maybe these vocabulary words will be helpful for you.
these words are not really very relevant to the art scene.
arty farty (colloquial), metaphysical art, cubism, impressionistic, abstract, modern, classical, landscape, portrait, still life, vibrant, brilliant, colourful, lively,...
installation art, contemporary art, romanticism, ancient art, cave art, surrealism, post - modern art, stroke, brush, water color, poster color, oil color, spatula, canvas, realistic, realism, artist, painter, sculptor, sculpture, oriental art, print making, lithography, experimental drawing, sketch, line drawing, sketch book, gallery, exhibition, curator, art collector, performing art, art studio, catalogue, art critic....
composition, sketch, color balance, shadow and light, figure and portrait.
Pale, shade, bright, dull, deep.
Can you guess what painter I'm talking about?
His brush strokes are so strong that they seem like stripe patterns. The stripe patterns flow and swirl, shaping the subject, a person, a still life, or a landscape, whatever. The colors are quite vivid, especially the use of blue and yellow is distinctive.
@Yellowtail Vincent van Gogh..right?
Yes, you're correct!
And did you know that those colours are very much the true colours of the places he painted in Provence
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