Drawing : Depiction of shapes and forms on a surface chiefly by means of line.
Dripping : Drip painting is a form of abstract art in which paint is dripped or poured onto the canvas.
Drip painting was however to find particular illustration in the work of the mid-twentieth century artist Jackson Pollock. Pollock found drip painting to his liking; later using the technique almost exclusively, he would make use of such unusual tools as sticks, hardened brushes and even basting syringes to create large and lively abstract works.
Engraving : intaglio technique in which a metal plate is manually incised with a burin, an engraving tool like a very fine chisel with a lozenge-shaped tip. The burin makes incisions into the metal at various angles and with varying pressure which dictates the quantity of ink the line can hold Ė hence variations in width and darkness when printed. The technique of engraving metal dates from classical antiquity as a method of decorating objects.
Etching art : engraving process with hollow in metal.
Expert (in art) : A person with a high degree of skill in or knowledge, responsible for estimating the authenticity and value of works of art. An expertís assessments and judgements are held liable for 10 years.
Figure : depicts something or someone or an outside form.
Form : handmade paper. It is also an area limited by an outline, depicts or something not recognizable.
Format : describes the dimension of the frame.
Genre: Category expressing the nature of the subject treated by the artist. The genre can be a group of subjects having something in common. (for example: Mountain landscape and industrial landscape are two different subjects but belong to the same genre).