A tall, four-sided monument that tapers forming a pyramid shape at the top.
A variation of lithographic printing.
A paint in which pigment is suspended in oil drying slowly when exposed to air to air.
Oil based crayons.
A distinguished European artist of the period from about 1500 to the early 1700s.
Not transparent. Not able to be seen through or for light to pass through.
A major development of painting in the 1960s that used geometric forms to create optical effects.
Having characteristics of a biological organism.
Accessories, decoration, adornment, or details that have been applied to an object or structure to make it more beautiful.
Art that has a naïve quality often produced by people who have not trained as artists or worked within the conventional structures of art production.