ART TERMS | Intermediate Level Vocabulary

All forms of art have the potential to improve our mood, bringing up feelings of joy, serenity, or even inspiration. Art is everywhere we look. We may better comprehend the world and ourselves via the power of art. It is a crucial component of our society because it helps us understand our emotions better, makes us more self-aware, and makes us more receptive to new ideas and experiences.

  • aquamarine
    – a light tint of spring green and medium blue color combination
  • cyaneous
    – a deep and dark shade of blue, also called cerulean
  • castaneous
    – chestnut-colored
  • glaucous
    – a range of pale colors from a yellow-green to a dull bluish-gray
  • ferruginous
    – reddish-brown and rusty-colored like
  • pyrography
    – it is the art or practice of creating designs or images by applying burn marks to wood, and scorching with hot objects like leather using a heated object like a metal pen.
  • sepia
    – a rich brown pigment that was extracted from the ink sac of the common cuttlefish called Sepia to create the reddish-brown color known as sepia.
  • orpiment
    – a relatively uncommon yellow pigment called orpiment has been used since ancient times as a pigment and dye.
  • gouache
    – opaque watercolors used for different artworks.
  • incarnadine
    – a vivid shade of crimson or pinkish-red.

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