Notebook

Notebook, 1993-

APPROACHES

Bartleby [Look It Up] -- Oxford Art Online - [By Subscription] -- Words of Art: An On-line Glossary of Theory and Criticism for the Visual Arts -- Glossary - ['Artist's on Art' / Dore Ashton] -- ArtLex - [Dictionary of Art Terms]

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Tableaux-objects - "Name given by Picasso and Braque to the Papiers Collés they began in 1912 and to constructions which they made with cardborad, scraps of wood and metal, string, etc. The implication of the phrase was intended to be that a work of representational art is not to be regarded as primarily or only a reflection imaging something in the perceptual world but also as a thing created to exist in its own right, a reality of its own added to the world of appearances."[Osborne, Harold, editor. The Oxford C ompanion to Twentieth-Century Art. Oxford University Press. 1988.]

Tachisme

Tactile Values

Tanagra Statuettes

Taoism

Tenebrism

The Eight

The Germ

The Ten

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Three Friends of the Cold Seasan - "Pine, Bamboo, and blossoming plum --all symbols of longevity, winter, and the qualities of a gentleman."[Three Thousand Years of Chinese Painting. Yale University and Foreign Language Press. 1997]

Three-tier Ranking System - "According to the Lidai minghua ji [Record of famous paintings of successive dynasties] by the Tang-dnyasty art critic Zhang Yanyuan, all artists could be classified into three major categories: inspired [shen ], excellent [miao ], or capable [neng ]. Later a category called yipin, or 'untrammeled,' was added."[Three Thousand Years of Chinese Painting. Yale University and Foreign Language Press. 1997]

Tondo - "A painting or relief carving of circular shape: the word is Italian for 'round'."[Osborne, Harold, editor. The Oxford C ompanion to Twentieth-Century Art. Oxford University Press. 1988.]

Tours School

Tracery

Transavantgarde

Transitional Style

Trap Pictures [Tableaux Pièges; Fallenbilden]

Triptych

Trompe-l'þil

Trophy - "A carved, painted, or engraved representation of a group of arms and armour [and usually banners], a common decorative motif on, for example, tomb sculpture and buildngs. Trophies derive from the ancient practice of displaying the actual weapons of defeated enemies as spoils of war and symbols of conquest."[Osborne, Harold, editor. The Oxford C ompanion to Twentieth-Century Art. Oxford University Press. 1988.]

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