Art made on a grand scale, involving the creation of a man-made environment such as architecture, sculpture, light or landscape.
Varnish sprayed or painted onto a surface to prevent smudging or smearing. Usually on a charcoal or chalk pastel work.
The illusion of a three-dimensional space on a two-dimensional surface through the use of vanishing point, converging lines and diminishing sizes of objects.
French word for "small model". Used particularly by sculptors as a "sketch" of their work.
Tints and shades of single hue or color.
Paint made of powdered pigment and bound together with egg yolk or egg whites. The most prominent painting material used from the 12th century to the rise of oil painting.
A large "oven" used for firing clay work.
Dried clay forms that have not been fired.
The organization of colors on a wheel. Used to help understand color schemes.