The science of the "beautiful" in a work of art. The aesthetic appeal of a work of art is defined by the visual, social, ethical, moral, and contemporary standards of society.
the material that is used to create an artwork, i.e. oil, acrylic, lithography, serigraphy, marble, bronze, etc.
A formal method of creating a three dimensional effect on a two dimensional surface.
A French term translated as "fool the eye," which denotes a painting so real that the viewer feels he can touch the objects.
This is a French term which translates as "Good Pull". It denotes that the print that has just been pulled can be used as a guide to match up the remainder of the prints that are pulled in the edition.