HARD EDGE PAINTING
An abstract painting characterised by areas of flat colour with sharp, clear edges.
Stiff board made of compressed and treated wood pulp.
A late 19th century art movement named after the village of Heidelberg in Australia where a small group of artists would go to paint en plein air or outdoors.
A pictographic communication system, closely associated with the ancient Egyptians, in which many of the symbols are stylised, recognisable pictures of the things and ideas represented.
A line that usually shows where land or water converges with the sky and where the vanishing point lies in a perspective drawing.
A particular gradation of colour; a shade or tint.
A resurgence of particularly high fidelity realism in sculpture and painting of the early 1970s