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2 True or False Multiple Choice Matching Short Answer

3 True or False Multiple Choice Matching Short Answer

4 True or False - 100 All paints are non-toxic.

5 True or False - 200 Tempera paint is made with egg yolk

6 True or False - 300 Acrylic paints were created in the 1950s

7 True or False - 400 The Mona Lisa is painted with acrylic paint

8 True or False - 500 Gouache is a form of oil paint

9 Multiple Choice - 100 This paint has the slowest drying time Watercolour Acrylic Oil Tempera

10 Multiple Choice - 200 Sold in bottles, jars and tubes Watercolour Acrylic Oil Tempera

11 Multiple Choice - 300 This medium often included gold leaf guilding Watercolour Acrylic Oil Tempera

12 Multiple Choice - 400 This medium needs soft, absorbent brushes Watercolour Acrylic Oil Tempera

13 Multiple Choice - 500 This is the oldest paint medium Watercolour Acrylic Oil Tempera

14 Matching - 100 Watercolour Acrylic Oil Tempera The Starry Night, 1889 Vincent van Gogh 73 cm × 92 cm

15 Matching - 200 Watercolour Acrylic Oil Tempera Christina's World, 1948 Andrew Wyeth 81.9 x 121.3 cm

16 Matching - 300 Watercolour Acrylic Oil Tempera I and The Village, 1911 Marc Chagall 192.1 x 151.4 cm

17 Matching - 400 Young Hare, 1502 Albrecht Durer 25 x 23 cm Watercolour Acrylic Oil Tempera

18 Matching - 500 Creation of Adam, 1511 Michelangelo 480 cm × 230 cm fresco Watercolour Acrylic Oil Tempera

19 Short Answer - 100 Which painting medium doesn’t need white? Watercolour

20 Short Answer - 200 Impressionism was create with which paint? Oil

21 Short Answer - 300 Which paint has been around since 1 AD? Tempera

22 Short Answer - 400 Which paint dries quickly and is non-resoluble? Acrylic

23 Short Answer - 500 What is a kolinski sable? A paint brush for oils

24 Watercolour Acrylic Oil Tempera

25 Watercolour Acrylic Oil Tempera 1.Transparent medium 2.Allow paper to shine through 3.Thinned and lightened with water 4.Dries quickly 5.Can be rehydrated 6.Concentrated in tubes and pans 7.Cleans up with soap and water 8.Portable and light weight to transport 9.Work from light to dark 10.Paints graded with stars for permanance (fade- proof or non-fugitive); light-fast 11.Grades of 1-5 or A-E go from $ to $$$ 12.Paints may have staining qualities 13.Use soft, natural hair brushes (sable) 14.Should not need white paint 15.Gouche is an opaque watercolour 16.Use 100% cotton rag paper; acid-free 17.Use 140 lb. (per ream – 500 sheets) paper 18.Cold pressed paper has a medium tooth 19.Pigment binding agent is gum arabic 20.Artists: Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528), Thomas Gainsborough (1727-1788), John Constable (1776-1837), Toni Onley (1928 - 2004)

26 Watercolour Acrylic Oil Tempera 1.Fast drying paint 2.Water resistent when dry 3.Can be diluted with water 4.Can be modified with gels, mediums or pastes 5.First made commercially in the 1950s as house paint 6.Artist quality available in the 1960s – Liquitex 7.May be varnished 8.Canvas should be primed with gesso 9.Ability to bond to many different surfaces 10.Considered to be a water-based paint 11.Acrylic retarders can slow down drying time 12.More permanent and stable than oil paints 13.Sold in bottles, jars or tubes 14.Called a glaze when thinned to a transparency 15.Use masking tape when painting a hard edge 16.May be used as glue in a collage 17.Once dry is not resoluble 18.Student grade acrylic are called “academy” 19.Pigment suspended in an acrylic polymer emulsion 20.Artists:Marc Chagall (1887 - 1985), Henri Matisse (1869-1954), Andy Warhol (1928-1987) Robert Bateman (1930- )

27 Watercolour Acrylic Oil Tempera 1.Slow drying paint; long “open time” 2.Drying time can be several weeks 3.Pigment suspended in linseed oil 4.First used in the 13 th century in England 5.Considered an artistic medium in 15 th century 6.Tube paints invented in 1841 7.Portability allowed for “plein air” painting 8.Impressionism 9.Oil paints have natural sheen 10.Translucency, ideal for portraits (skin) 11.Paint dries by oxidizing, not evaporating 12.Modern additives give UV protection 13.Historic oil paints were toxic – lead, arsenic, etc. 14.Thinners (turpentine) are flammable 15.Finest quality brushes are called kolinsky sable made from Siberian mink 16.Paint may be applied by brush or palette knife 17.Painting is done in layers; “fat over lean” 18.Thin, transparent layer (glaze) seals the painting 19.World famous oil painting: Mona Lisa (da Vinci) 20.Artists: Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640), Rembrandt (1606-1669), Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890), Emily Carr (1871-1945)

28 Watercolour Acrylic Oil Tempera 1.Also known as egg tempera 2.Oldest, most versatile, and most durable methods of painting 3.Artists made their own paints, brushes, tools 4.Pigment mixed with water-soluble binding agent (i.e. egg yolk) and distilled water 5.Hand-ground paint cannot be stored; spoilage 6.Long lasting; since 1 st century AD 7.Primary painting method until 1500s 8.Tempera paintings were burnished with gold leaf 9.Gold leaf halos on Byzantine tempera panels 10.Frescos are tempera on plaster 11.Modern version is called poster paint 12.Panel painting medium of Early Renaissance 13.Avoid breathing pigment powders; toxic 14.Dries to a smooth, matte finish 15.Can be varnished or burnished 16.Applied with cross-hatching strokes 17.Historically painted on wood panels 18.Modern technique is to paint on masonite board 19.Binding agents include honey, glue, milk (casein) 20.Artists: Michelangelo (1577-1640) William Blake (1757-1827) Andrew Wyeth (1917-2009) David Blackwood (1941- )

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