|Faculty||Faculty of Education, Psychology and Art|
|Credit points, number of lectures||
|E-courses||MākZP022: Painting III|
|Course annotation||During the course students learn the principles of tonal and spatial painting in artificial lighting. Students develop their practical skills in landscape painting. They discover the artistic qualities of space and perspective in depicting interiors. Students are acquainted with miniature painting and enhance their knowledge through practice.|
|Results||By successful completion of the study course students know the principles of tonal and spatial painting in artificial lighting; they are able to apply this knowledge in still-life, landscape and miniature painting. They have discovered the artistic qualities of space and perspective and are able to use it in depicting interiors.
|Course plan||1.Space and perspective L1,Lw6
2.Artificial lighting L1,Lw6
|Requirements for obtaining credit points||Compulsary attendance of lectures and laboratory classes..
Execution of all laboratory classes,
Final mark is composed of attendance ( 25%),
laboratory classes ( 2 mid-term painting shows) ( 25%).
and exhaminations of paintings at a painting show ( 50%).
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