S4 Revision Questions Remember, you will need 2 ticks for each mark. You can get these by a detailed description of a feature (1 tick) and a description.
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S4 Revision Questions Remember, you will need 2 ticks for each mark. You can get these by a detailed description of a feature (1 tick) and a description of the effect of it (1 tick). Complete a picture question and a Part b question that you havent attempted before for the art studies area relevant to you (portrait, landscape or still-life) and also for product design. You should allow yourself 15 minutes for each question
Portrait Int 2 part b. Discuss two portraits by different artists. How have the artists used colour, composition and media-handling to portray the characters of their subjects?
Egon Schiele, Self Portrait, 1912, charcoal and gouache on paper. Discuss the mood or feeling of this portrait with reference to line, shape and colour. (10 marks)
Chuck Close, Lyle 2003, oil on canvas, 2metres tall Comment on the artists style and use of colour and pattern in this portrait. What impression do you get of Lyle and why? (10 Marks)
Mark Quinn, Self 1998 (This self portrait was made by freezing 9 pints of the Artists own blood –taken over a period of several months – in a cast of his own head. The piece is displayed in a frozen cabinet) How effective do you think this is a self-portrait? Comment on materials, technique and form? (10 Marks)
Product Design Int 2 part b. Compare two different product designs by different designers. Discuss the success of the designers uses of materials and sources of inspiration in creating designs suited to their function.
Stainless steel bookcase by Ron Arad, 1993 Discuss the effectiveness of this design, commenting on aesthetics, use of materials and function. (10 Marks)
Michael Graves, Salt and Pepper pots, designed for Alessi, 1985, plastic and polished steel Michael Graves is famous for his simple and fun designs. Comment on the form and functionality of these items giving your own personal opinion on their success as designs. Who do you think these products were targeted at and why? (10 Marks)
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