Art Terminology

MULTI-MEDIA

The term multi-media describes artworks made from a range of materials and include an electronic element such as audio or video. The term was first used in the 1960s to describe events such as those staged by Andy Warhol with the rock group the Velvet Underground, under the title of the Exploding Plastic Inevitable, which …

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MULTIPLE

Multiple refers to a series of identical artworks, usually a signed limited edition made specifically for selling. Casting sculpture in bronze, and the various techniques of printmaking, have for many centuries made it possible to make multiple examples of a work of art. Each example of an edition of a print or a bronze is …

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MURAL

A mural is a painting applied directly to a wall usually in a public space. The popularity of the mural in the Western world began in the nineteenth century, with a new, community-orientated sense of national identity. The advantage of a mural is its accessibility to a large audience, which has endeared it to many …

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