Title: Pop- Johns
17. How is Jasper Johns' painting exemplary of Pop Art?
Title: Post-Modern Architecture
37. A good example of Post-Modemist architecture is
a . Guggenheim Museum, New York
*b. Pompidou Center, or Beaubourg, Paris
c. Notre Dame du Haut, Ronchamp
d. Seagram Building, New York
Type:
Title:
5. How is the "primitive real of the subsconscious" communicated by the pictographs of Adolph
Gottlieb?
Type:
Title:
6. How does the imagery of Arshile Gorky's paintings transform the biomorphic abstraction of
Surrealism and the color intensity of Kandinsky?
Type:
Title:
1. In what ways do the roots of Early Modern Art extend back into the fertile environment of the
19th century?
Type:
Title:
1. It took four stages over 1200 years to build Stonehenge.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
2. In figure paintings from Egypt and other ancient cultures, various body parts are often shown
from different viewpoints, so they will show to best advantage.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
3. “Chryselephantine” means gold and ivory covering on a Greek statue.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
4. Michelangelo created a monumental statue of what religious figure to serve as a symbol of the
new Florentine republic?
a. Noah
b. Adam
c. Pope Julius II
*d. David
e. St. Paul
Type:
Title:
5. An early-20th-century painting style, explored by Picasso and Braque, in which forms were
flattened into planes and facets was called ____________________________.
a. Fauvism
*b. Cubism
c. Abstract Expressionism
d. Surrealism
e. Minimal Art
Type:
Title:
6. Rococo is an art primarily associated with the French middle and lower classes.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
7. During the Middle Ages the practice arose of elaborately hand-painting manuscripts. This was
known as __________________________.
*a. illumination
b. decoration
c. scriptoration
d. calligraphy
e. animation
Type:
Title:
8. The central Copyright Office in China has taken no interest in the work of Cai Guo Qiang.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
9. The distance from the “eye” of the Pantheon’s dome to the floor is the same as the diameter of
the interior.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
10. The church of San Vitale in Ravenna was built on the classic cross plan.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
11. The dated cave paintings at Lascaux are younger than the cave paintings at Chauvet.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
12. Through the process of tool use, early humans began to connect form and function.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
13. Bull jumping was a favorite sport in Minoan times.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
14. Besides being an artist, _______ was also an architect, engineer, inventor, scientist,
mathematician, and musician. Who is this artist who, perhaps more than any other, represents
the ideal Renaissance Man?
a. Michelangelo
b. Raphael
c. Titian
d. Giorgione
*e. Leonardo da Vinci
Type:
Title:
15. Much ornate animal-style art has been found near London, England, as part of a burial in a
Viking's _________________________.
a. tomb
*b. ship
c. palace
d. treasure chest
e. manuscript
Type:
Title:
16. Assyrian winged beasts often were carved with five legs, so they could be seen from the front
as standing still and from the side as walking.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
17. The Minotar of Greek mythology is the oldest know form of composite imagery.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
18. The first form of architecture appeared as ritual monuments in Turkey.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
19. The techniques used in embroidery and tapestry are identical.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
20. We call the Middle Ages by that name because they comprise the period between two high
points in artistic glory – the Classical period and the Renaissance.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
21. Artemisia Gentileschi was a true Baroque artist in that she used pose, lighting, and gesture
for theatrical effect.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
22. The Palette of King Narmer is called by that name because the king used it for mixing colors
when he pursued his hobby of painting.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
23. Vincenzo Perugia was a famous Renaissance artist and biographer.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
24. Cycladic artists worked in the area near the Aegean.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
25. Who is the sculptor/painter/architect who is best known for painting a famous ceiling in the
Vatican?
a. Raphael
b. Tintoretto
c. Leonardo
*d. Michelangelo
e. Titian
Type:
Title:
26. The painters of the Northern Renaissance so admired the works of the ancient Greek
civilization that they almost exclusively painted mythological scenes.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
27. The Surrealists sought to ___________________________.
a. create multiple points of view
*b. probe the unconscious
c. create absurd art
d. capture the transitory effects of light
e. re-create the exact appearance of the natural world
Type:
Title:
28. The Venus of Willendorf is assumed to have been a goddess worshiped by the ancient
people who made the figurine.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
33. Minoan frescoes were done in the buon fresco technique.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
35. The final phase of the Gothic style relates to slender, elongated, ornamental designs and is
known as Flamboyant.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
38. The Minoan culture is named for the legendary king Hammurabi.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
39. Akhenaten attempted to establish monotheism in Egypt.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
40. The black drawing named “The Spellbinder” by Chauvet Cave archeologists is the oldest
composite figure yet found.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
41. The Flemish artist ___________________ developed a well-organized studio with many
students. He also served his country as diplomat and political emissary.
a. Rembrandt
*b. Rubens
c. Holbein
d. Bruegel
e. van Ruisdael
Type:
Title:
49. Elisabeth Vigée-LeBrun painted a portrait of what monarch in an attempt to repair the
subject's image?
a. Louis XIV
b. Catherine the Great
c. Peter the Great
d. Philip IV
*e. Marie Antoinette
Type:
Title:
1. While in exile from revolutionary France, Elisabeth Vigée-Lebrun spent six years in what nation
where she almost had the chance to paint Catherine the Great?
a. England
b. the United States
c. Italy
*d. Russia
e. Turkey
Type:
Title:
2. Van Gogh, Cézanne, Gauguin, and Seurat are the artists most often associated with
___________________.
a. Impressionism
*b. Post-Impressionism
c. Romanticism
d. Realism
e. Expressionism
Type:
Title:
9. Hildegard of Bingen had great intellectual and artistic achievements and gained considerable
fame, even though she spent most of her life in ________________________.
a. her father's castle
b. a poor village
c. the service of the Emperor
*d. a convent
e. a trance
Type:
Title:
10. Constantine moved the Roman capital from Rome to Byzantium and renamed the city
Istanbul.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
11. Marcel Duchamp's Bottle Dryer is an excellent example of Impressionism.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
12. King Zoser was the first to unite Upper and Lower Egypt.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
13. Leonardo delivered the Mona Lisa to her husband before he left Italy.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
18. We call the Middle Ages by that name because they comprise the period between two high
points in artistic glory – the Classical period and the Renaissance.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
19. Paul Gauguin's first important career was as a stockbroker.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
20. Old St. Peter's in Rome was built on the spot where it was believed the Apostle Peter had
been buried.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
26. The Palette of King Narmer is called by that name because the king used it for mixing colors
when he pursued his hobby of painting.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
27. Bernini's St. Teresa in Ecstasy portrays the saint being visited by a _________________.
*a. angel
b. devil
c. priest
d. servant
e. bishop
Type:
Title:
28. The Renaissance belief that humankind was not worthless in the eyes of God as the Church
had taught during the Middle Ages has come to be known as which of the following?
a. Mannerism
b. Protestantism
c. Inquisition
d. patronage
*e. Humanism
Type:
Title:
29. Which artist was influenced by the Bauhaus and De Stijl to create works that fostered
harmony between individual lives and modern industry and technology?
a. Picasso
b. Ingres
c. Morisot
*d. Léger
e. Renoir
Type:
Title:
30. The Minotar of Greek mythology is the oldest know form of composite imagery.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
31. Much ornate animal-style art has been found near London, England, as part of a burial in a
Viking's _________________________.
a. tomb
*b. ship
c. palace
d. treasure chest
e. manuscript
Type:
Title:
32. The most famous “Venus” figure of the Stone Age is the Venus of Duseldorf.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
33. The term “contrapposto” refers to the depiction of more than one event in time in the same
work of art.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
34. The symbols of royalty that appear on King Tut’s coffin cover are the crook and the whip
which show him as the shepherd and the disciplinarian.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
35. Michelangelo considered himself always to be by nature a ____________________.
a. painter
b. architect
*c. sculptor
d. muralist
e. poet
Type:
Title:
36. The only female pharaoh to rule Upper and Lower Egypt was _____________.
a. Nofret
b. Senetyotes
c. Fefertiti
*d. Hatshepsut
e. Ankhesenamon
Type:
Title:
37. A caryatid is a supporting column in the form of a draped female figure.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
38. The Minoan culture, dating from about 2000 B. C. E. was centered in which great city where
King Minos had his palace?
*a. Knossos
b. Babylon
c. Thebes
d. Luxor
e. Giza
Type:
Title:
42. Mastabas or step pyramids were the antecedents of the Great Pyramids at Giza.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
43. Edouard Manet was a highly successful artist who never lacked for commissions.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
44. One of the important innovations in Giotto's work The Lamentation is _________________.
*a. the grouping of figures as on a stage set
b. the shallowness of the space
c. the animal-style decoration
d. the development of mosaic techniques
e. the cheerfulness of the scene
Type:
Title:
45. Through the process of tool use, early humans began to connect form and function.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
46. Besides being an artist, _______ was also an architect, engineer, inventor, scientist,
mathematician, and musician. Who is this artist who, perhaps more than any other, represents
the ideal Renaissance Man?
a. Michelangelo
b. Raphael
c. Titian
d. Giorgione
*e. Leonardo da Vinci
Type:
Title:
47. The dated cave paintings at Lascaux are younger than the cave paintings at Chauvet.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
2. The transition from Classical Greek to Hellenistic art is signaled by more regard for less
idealized, less perfect aspects in representation of life.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
3. The Flemish artist ___________________ developed a well-organized studio with many
students. He also served his country as diplomat and political emissary.
a. Rembrandt
*b. Rubens
c. Holbein
d. Bruegel
e. van Ruisdael
Type:
Title:
4. George Caleb Bingham, born in America and self-taught, was the first major painter to live and
work west of the Mississippi.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
5. Mastabas or step pyramids were the antecedents of the Great Pyramids at Giza.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
6. The Minotar of Greek mythology is the oldest know form of composite imagery.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
7. A Ka was a body double and the aspect that Egyptians during Tut’s reign believed to travel
during the afterlife and accept offerings.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
8. The Palette of King Narmer is called by that name because the king used it for mixing colors
when he pursued his hobby of painting.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
9. The symbols of royalty that appear on King Tut’s coffin cover are the crook and the whip which
show him as the shepherd and the disciplinarian.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
10. Hildegard of Bingen was not only a mystic and a prolific writer but also a talented composer of
music.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
11. Mondrian's best-known paintings use primary colors and geometric shapes.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
12. Trojan soldiers filled the colossal wooden horse in a famous trick the Trojans used to gain
access to the city.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
13. The Greeks were the first people in history to write at length about their artists.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
14. The black drawing named “The Spellbinder” by Chauvet Cave archeologists is the oldest
composite figure yet found.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
15. The modern city that was once known as Byzantio and Constantinople now is called by what
name?
a. London
b. Paris
c. Ravenna
d. Venice
*e. Istanbul
Type:
Title:
28. “Aboriginal” is a term used in Canada for contemporary tribal societies.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
29. The term sfumato in a painting, as exemplified by the Mona Lisa, refers to
___________________.
a. the smile on the model's face
b. a type of linear perspective
c. the kind of oil paint used
d. the sitter's pose
*e. a hazy, cloudy atmosphere
Type:
Title:
31. In most early Egyptian sculpture, the painted skin color of females was lighter than of males.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
32. Important features in Caravaggio's painting The Deposition include a brilliant use of light and
the “worm's-eye view” from which we see the figures.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
38. Neolithic is the preferred term for the Old Stone Age.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
39. Which artistic movement was begun in Russia by Tatlin?
a. Dada
b. Cubism
c. Futurism
*d. Constructivism
e. Surrealism
Type:
Title:
40. Who is the sculptor/painter/architect who is best known for painting a famous ceiling in the
Vatican?
a. Raphael
b. Tintoretto
c. Leonardo
*d. Michelangelo
e. Titian
Type:
Title:
41. Van Gogh, Cézanne, Gauguin, and Seurat are the artists most often associated with
___________________.
a. Impressionism
*b. Post-Impressionism
c. Romanticism
d. Realism
e. Expressionism
Type:
Title:
42. We call the Middle Ages by that name because they comprise the period between two high
points in artistic glory – the Classical period and the Renaissance.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
43. In Sumerian sculptures, a popular subject is the lion hunt.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
44. Michelangelo was the architect and sculptor of the Cornaro Chapel in Rome.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
45. The Minoan culture, dating from about 2000 B. C. E. was centered in which great city where
King Minos had his palace?
*a. Knossos
b. Babylon
c. Thebes
d. Luxor
e. Giza
Type:
Title:
46. Leonardo delivered the Mona Lisa to her husband before he left Italy.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
47. Besides being an artist, _______ was also an architect, engineer, inventor, scientist,
mathematician, and musician. Who is this artist who, perhaps more than any other, represents
the ideal Renaissance Man?
a. Michelangelo
b. Raphael
c. Titian
d. Giorgione
*e. Leonardo da Vinci
Type:
Title:
4. The art of mosaic was not perfected until the 15th century, when Renaissance artists mastered
the skill of cutting stones and pieces of glass.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
5. Natural or synthetic color particles, usually in powder form, are called _________________.
a. binders
b. vehicles
c. grounds
d. media
*e) pigments
Type:
Title:
11. The dispersing agent for spreading pigment is the __________________.
*a. Vehicle
b. Binder
c. Medium
d. Thinner
Type:
Title:
14. This term has recently come into common use to describe the works of nonprofessional
artists whose work does not constitute a single recognizable style or artistic movement, but which
stands "apart."
surrealist
*b. outsider
c. idealistic
d. modernistic
e) classical
Type:
15. Encaustic can best be defined as ________________________________.
*a. a method of painting that employs hot wax
b. a variation of watercolor
c. a method of painting in wet plaster
d. a type of oil painting
e) a new brand of synthetic paint
Type:
Title:
18. Gauguin spent all of his life painting in Europe.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
27. ______________ crayon is a fine-textured stick medium, available in shades of red, brown,
and black. It is closely associated with the artist Georges Seurat.
a. crayola
b. sepia
c. chalk
d. pastel
*e) conté
Type:
Title:
28. A marble sculpture by Michelangelo would be a good example of the carving method.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
29. The type of printmaking process involved in etching and engraving is called ____________.
*a. intaglio
b. relief
c. planography
d. stencil
e) woodblock
Type:
Title:
30. Extensive sketches and composition studies for the painting Guernica exist because of this
artist's decision to save his sketches as "glimpses" into the creative process.
a. Degas
b. Ingres
*c. Picasso
d. Daumier
e) Gehry
Type:
Title:
31. A mobile is a sculpture that ___________________________.
a. can be exhibited outdoors
*b. incorporates motion
c. is made from metal
d. should best be viewed from all sides
e) deals with the family
Type:
Title:
32. Jan Vermeer was a 17th-century artist known for his rich, glowing colors achieved through the
application of thin glazes of oil paint.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
33. The text cites playfulness as one of the eight characteristics of creativity.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
34. If you see 25/250 on a signed print, this means the work is the 25th impression from an
edition of 250.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
43. In the early 20th century both Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque experimented with the
technique of ___________________________.
a. fresco
*b. collage
c. mosaic
d. automatic writing
e) tempera
Type:
Title:
18. This artist resisted the idea that art should serve religious purposes, instead calling for an art
which represented "the supremacy of pure feeling in creative art." The artist was
______________.
a. Picasso
b. Goya
*c. Malevich
d. Seurat
e) Bosch
Type:
Title:
20. Gauguin spent all of his life painting in Europe.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
21. Kiki Smith works primarily in wood, especially in the work entitled Honeywax.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
22. Traditional religious art works of all cultures avoid emphasis on a focal point.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
23. Pastel is a soft drawing medium that mimics the color effects of painting.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
36. _____________________ is a printing technique in which limestone is the traditional printing
"plate. "
a. linocut
b. silkscreen
*c. lithography
d. aquatint
e) drypoint
Type:
Title:
7. In the intaglio methods, the printing area is level with the surface of the plate.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
46. The printmaking method based on the "stencil" concept is known as ___________________.
a. linocut
*b. screenprinting
c. lithography
d. aquatint
e) drypoint
Type:
Title:
47. _____________________ is a printing technique in which limestone is the traditional printing
"plate. "
a. linocut
b. silkscreen
*c. lithography
d. aquatint
e) drypoint
Type:
Title:
48. The Mexican artist Diego Rivera is noted for his ___________________________.
a. murals
b. frescoes
c. large-scale paintings
d. social commentary
*e) all of these
Type:
Title:
49. In creating the Colossal Head, Olmec artists used the lost-wax method of sculpting.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
50. The basic, underlying principle of lithography is that oil and vinegar do not mix.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
1. Carving is a process for sculpture in which the two principal materials are ______________.
a. wood and steel
b. wood and plastic
*c. wood and stone
d. stone and metal
e) metal and plastic
Type:
Title:
2. Registration is the term used for lining up two or more printing blocks or plates so that their
impressions fall correctly on a sheet of paper.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
3. The sculptures of Isamu Noguchi nearly always incorporate actual motion.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
4. Linear perspective is more common in European-based art than in Eastern art.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
5. The word ______________________ is used to describe how a work of art looks, its size,
shape, materials, color, and composition.
a. reality
b. naturalism
c. representation
d. content
*e) form
Type:
Title:
22. The lithograph is associated with the____________ family of printing techniques.
a. relief
b. intaglio
*c. planographic
d. serigraphic
e) none of the above
Type:
Title:
23. The sculptural method that generally involves the use of molten (superheated. metal is called
_________________.
a. modeling
b. carving
c. assembling
*d. casting
e) equestrian
Type:
Title:
30. ________________ is the ancestor of the graphite pencil.
a. lead
b. tin
c. charcoal
*d. metalpoint
e) pigment
Type:
Title:
31. Vine charcoal is actually burned wood.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
43. Rembrandt is famed as both a printmaker and a painter.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
33. Religious images help viewers to direct their thoughts toward spiritual matters by doing what?
a. realistically portraying deities
*b. giving concrete form to abstract ideas
c. creating a mood of serenity
d. illustrating proverbs
e) telling creation stories
Type:
Title:
2. ________________ was an early 20th-century Dutch artist whose paintings are marked by
geometric shapes, primary colors, and a strong sense of rhythm.
*a. Piet Mondrian
b. Vincent van Gogh
c. Rembrandt
d. Gustav Klimt
e) Edvard Munch
Type:
Title:
7. Fresco is a convenient medium for wall paintings because it allows for easy correction when
the artist makes a mistake.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
9. Two qualities often associated with drawing are familiarity and intimacy.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
29. The word ____________ is used to describe sculptures in which the figure is portrayed in a
natural, relaxed, S-curve suggestive of motion.
a. frontality
b. sinuous
c. flexible
d. relief
*e) contrapposto
Type:
Title:
30. Natural or synthetic color particles, usually in powder form, are called____________.
a. binders
b. vehicles
c. grounds
d. media
*e) pigments
Type:
Title:
40. Honoré Daumier was a 19th-century French artist famed for his harsh political criticism and
biting cartoons.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
41. The thematic subject of the stone and gravel garden at Ryoan-ji Temple in Kyoto is
"storytelling."
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
42. Both John Marin and Winslow Homer were noted for major works in __________________.
a. fresco
b. egg tempera
c. impasto
*d. watercolor
e) Detroit
Type:
Title:
43. The Rembrandt Research Project has questioned the authorship of many paintings once
thought to be by Rembrandt.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
47. The difference between gouache and watercolor is transparency.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
48. A linocut is very similar to a woodcut, except that the material is easier to carve and less
durable.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
49. The School of Athens was an important Greek center for teaching the art of fresco painting.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
50. Many of Henry Moore's sculptures are displayed outdoors.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
44. The term _______________ describes a technique painters use to make human or animal
forms appear to recede into depth "behind" the picture surface.
*a. foreshortening
b. contrapposto
c. linear direction
d. isometric projection
e) anatomical perspective
Type:
Title:
45. Henry Ossawa Tanner's The Banjo Lesson is composed with perfect formal symmetry.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
46. The coins we use as money usually have a sculptural design in ____________________.
a. high relief
*b. low relief
c. reverse
d. negative mold
e) lost-wax casting
Type:
Title:
34. Albrecht Dürer was born in ____________________________.
*a. Germany
b. Romania
c. Switzerland
d. Norway
e) Denmark
Type:
Title:
38. Much of our present-day color theory can be traced to experiments by _____________.
a. Albert Einstein
b. Thomas Edison
c. Georges Seurat
d. Piet Mondrian
*e) Isaac Newton
Type:
Title:
35. Two ways to create the illusion of three-dimensional space on a two-dimensional surface are
__________________ and __________________.
a. cross-hatching and stippling
b. diminishing size and horizontal placement
c. atmospheric perspective and afterimage
d. linear direction and outline
*e) vertical placement and overlapping
Type:
Title:
36. The artist Joshua Reynolds is associated with the romantic style of English portraiture in the
18th century.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
37. _______________________ are two intaglio techniques that both use acid in the process.
a. engraving and drypoint
b. mezzotint and aquatint
c. linocut and lithography
d. woodcut and etching
*e) etching and aquatint
Type:
Title:
31. The apparent "heaviness" or "lightness" of forms arranged in a composition is referred to as
______________________.
a. mass
b. volume
c. balance
d. progression
*e) visual weight
Type:
Title:
32. In both linear and isometric perspective, forms meant to be understood as background are
made smaller than forms meant to be seen as foreground.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
33. Fluency and flexibility are two characteristics of creativity.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
23. Encaustic painting has been popular with artists ever since the time of the ancient Copts.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
24. The exact origins including the name of the inventor of only one printmaking technique are
known. This technique is ___________________.
*a. lithography
b. woodcut
c. engraving
d. etching
e) monotype
Type:
Title:
25. Christo and Jeanne-Claude's Wrapped Reichstag is no longer visible in any form because the
artists refused to photograph it.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
26. What painting medium introduced in the 1950s has challenged the supremacy of oil painting?
a. egg tempera
b. watercolor
c. collage
*d. acrylics
e) fresco
Type:
Title:
27. Prints are all produced by the planographic process.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
21. Pastel is a soft drawing medium that mimics the color effects of painting.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
17. The Renaissance artist Raphael was not appreciated until after his death.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
14. The earliest surviving woodcut image, dated 868 C. E. , was created in which of these
places?
a. India
b. France
c. Greece
d. Egypt
*e) China
Type:
Title:
15. In linear perspective, parallel lines receding into the distance seem to converge, until they
meet at the ______________.
a. focal point
b. epicenter
c. picture plane
*d. vanishing point
e) perspective line
Type:
Title:
10. Van Eyck's painting contains iconography related to the era and culture in which the work was
created.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
12. The French term for "high relief" sculpture is cire-perdue.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
13. The printmaking method based on the "stencil" concept is known as ___________________.
a. linocut
*b. screenprinting
c. lithography
d. aquatint
e) drypoint
Type:
Title:
3. A mobile is a sculpture that ___________________________.
a. can be exhibited outdoors
*b. incorporates motion
c. is made from metal
d. should best be viewed from all sides
e) deals with the family
Type:
Title:
4. The close association between writing and painting is evident in this culture where the brush
has long been the preferred drawing tool as well as writing instrument. What culture is this?
*a. Asian
b. Mayan
c. Egyptian
d. Scandinavian
e) Australian
Type:
Title:
5. The text identifies "style" as the sum of traits that we can see as:
a. fashionable, trendy, and expensive
b. regular, repetitive, and rhythmic
*c. constant, recurring, and coherent
d. elegant, aristocratic, and polished
e) eccentric, individual, and unique
Type:
Title:
34. The term "chiaroscuro" refers to blurred, hazy background forms that can give a sense of
depth to a painting.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
45. According to legend, the Chinese invented paper in the year 105 C. E.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
46. The Rembrandt Research Project has questioned the authorship of many paintings once
thought to be by Rembrandt.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
47. Cimabue was an Indian artist employed in the service of the great Mughal emperor Akbar.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
35. The word ____________ is used to describe sculptures in which the figure is portrayed in a
natural, relaxed, S-curve suggestive of motion.
a. frontality
b. sinuous
c. flexible
d. relief
*e) contrapposto
Type:
Title:
36. In classic Japanese landscape paintings, a watercolor effect often is achieved by dilution of
_________________________.
a. oil
*b. ink
c. rice powder
d. egg yolk
e) wax
Type:
Title:
6. The Oxbow (Connecticut River Near Northampton. presents a realistic view of nature seen by
which artist?
a. Georgia O'Keeffe
b. Kapoor
c. Maya Ying Lin
d. Schumann
*e) Cole
Type:
Title:
16. American artist Arthur Wesley Dow experimented with the techniques of Japanese woodcuts.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
17. Joan Mitchell's brushwork is similar to the brushwork of Andrew Wyeth.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
7. Andrew Wyeth's "secret" paintings of the 1970s and 1980s depict a woman known only as
__________________.
*a. Helga
b. Christina
c. Olga
d. Helen
e) Madame X
Type:
Title:
8. Giorgio Vasari, the 16th-century biographer, referred to what artist as "an artist as talented as
he was gracious."
*a. Raphael
b. da Vinci
c. Michelangelo
d. Dürer
e) Grien
Type:
Title:
9. If most of the forms in a work of art are concentrated in one side of the composition, the work is
always out of balance.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
40. Inuit artists in Canada created surfaces for relief printing from what materials?
a. whalebone
b. ice
c. wood
d. plastic
*e) flat stones
Type:
Title:
41. Encaustic is ______________.
*a. Painting with hot colored wax
b. Water soluble colored plastic polymer paint
c. Egg and water emulsion
d. Watercolor on fresh lime plaster
e) Utilization of tusche in serigraphy
Type:
Title:
42. Landscape is the most highly regarded subject in traditional Chinese painting.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
44. The word ___________________ is used to describe sculptures in which the figure is
portrayed in a natural, relaxed, S-curve suggestive of motion.
a. frontality
b. sinuous
c. flexible
d. relief
*e) contrapposto
Type:
Title:
34. ____________are two intaglio techniques that both use acid in the process.
a. engraving and drypoint
b. mezzotint and aquatint
c. linocut and lithography
d. woodcut and etching
*e) etching and aquatint
Type:
Title:
35. Quinten Massays painted Grotesque Old Woman to satirize pride, vanity, and human folly.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
36. When Dr. Pinan Bramibilla Barcilon finishes restoring The Last Supper, it will look almost
exactly as Leonardo left it.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
37. This term has recently come into common use to describe the works of nonprofessional
artists whose work does not constitute a single recognizable style or artistic movement, but which
stands "apart."
a. surrealist
*b. outsider
c. idealistic
d. modernistic
e) classical
Type:
Title:
38. Honoré Daumier was a 19th-century French artist famed for his harsh political criticism and
biting cartoons.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
24. Which 20th-century English artist sculpts abstract human forms to explore the body's visual
harmonies with landscape?
a. Red Grooms
b. Christo
*c. Henry Moore
d. Jeff Koons
e) Alexander Calder
Type:
Title:
25. The dispersing agent for spreading pigment is the __________________.
*a. Vehicle
b. Binder
c. Medium
d. Thinner
Type:
Title:
31. Two qualities often associated with drawing are familiarity and intimacy.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
32. Whenever you make an ice cube, you are, in effect, making a ______________________.
a. assembling
*b. casting
c. carving
d. relief
e) model
Type:
Title:
28. The sculptor Olowe of Ise is one of the most famous artists of which civilization?
a. Greece
b. Asia
c. Meso-America
d. Europe
*e) Africa
Type:
Title:
29. The placement of the architectural elements such as windows and doors creates a sense of
________________ on the canvas.
a. emphasis
b. scale
c. focal point
*d. rhythm
e) proportion
Type:
Title:
8. Carving is a process for sculpture in which the two principal materials are ______________.
a. wood and steel
b. wood and plastic
*c. wood and stone
d. stone and metal
e) metal and plastic
Type:
Title:
15. Dorothy and Herbert Vogel are important for what activity?
a. making important archaeological discoveries
*b. their important 20th-century art collection
c. importing of Japanese prints
d. amassing great wealth
e) their psychological evaluations of artists
Type:
Title:
18. Early Sunday Morning was painted by Grant Wood.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
19. The French term for "high relief" sculpture is cire-perdue.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
21. Pastel is a soft drawing medium that mimics the color effects of painting.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
29. The Mexican artist Diego Rivera is noted for his ___________________________.
a. murals
b. frescoes
c. large-scale paintings
d. social commentary
*e) all of these
Type:
Title:
2. The unchanging whiteness of rag papers is due to the fact that they are acid free.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
3. Parchment was the first type of paper made in Europe.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
45. The art of mosaic was not perfected until the 15th century, when Renaissance artists
mastered the skill of cutting stones and pieces of glass.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
46. The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao was designed by:
a. Giorgio Vasari
b. Pablo Picasso
c. Claes Oldenburg
*d. Frank Gehry
e) Isamu Noguchi
Type:
Title:
47. Two ways to create the illusion of three-dimensional space on a two-dimensional surface are
_______ and ______.
a. cross-hatching and stippling
b. diminishing size and horizontal placement
c. atmospheric perspective and afterimage
d. linear direction and outline
*e) vertical placement and overlapping
Type:
Title:
40. The French term for "high relief" sculpture is cire-perdue.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
42. Rembrandt is famed as both a printmaker and a painter.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
43. Robert Rauschenberg is a German artist who works only in the technique of engraving.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
32. The painting called Guernica was made by _________________________.
a. Paul Cézanne
b. Jacob Lawrence
c. Robert Rauschenberg
*d. Pablo Picasso
e) Honore Daumier
Type:
Title:
24. The exact origins including the name of the inventor of only one printmaking technique are
known. This technique is ___________________.
*a. lithography
b. woodcut
c. engraving
d. etching
e) monotype
Type:
Title:
25. "Pietà," a standard subject in Christian art, depicts the mother of Jesus holding her son's
body.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
26. What French artist created a series of color lithographs as posters that illustrate Parisian
nightclubs and entertainers?
*a. Toulouse-Lautrec
b. Picasso
c. Cassatt
d. Nolde
e) Raimondi
Type:
Title:
50. Joan Mitchell's brushwork is similar to the brushwork of Andrew Wyeth.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
6. Many of Goya's prints satirized human vanity and eccentricity.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
7. Parchment was the first type of paper made in Europe.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
12. In Chinese and Japanese paintings, a sense of tension and animation is often created
through compositional _________________________.
*a. imbalance
b. scale
c. unity
d. proportion
e) radiality
Type:
Title:
16. Fluency and flexibility are two characteristics of creativity.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
14. Rodin's sculpture called The Burghers of Calais shows six men who have offered to give up
their lives to ransom their captured city.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
8. The terms non-representational, non-objective, and non-figurative refer to abstract art.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
9. Prints are all produced by the planographic process.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
10. A faithful depiction of the natural world in art was highly valued in ____________.
*a. ancient Greece and Rome
b. the Middle Ages
c. the Benin culture
d. the Cycladic culture
e) the Abstract Expressionist style
Type:
Title:
1. Van Eyck's painting contains iconography related to the era and culture in which the work was
created.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
2. Landscape is the most highly regarded subject in traditional Chinese painting.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
3. The story and symbols in a work of art make up its ____________.
a. anthropomorphism
b. representation
*c. iconography
d. iconoclasm
e) synthesism
Type:
Title:
45. An artist who created a memorable image of a French village beneath a night sky of stars
was:
a. Henri Matisse
b. Joel Shapiro
c. Herbert Vogel
d. Constantin Brancusi
*e) Vincent van Gogh
Type:
Title:
48. The exact origins including the name of the inventor of only one printmaking technique are
known. This technique is ___________________.
*a. lithography
b. woodcut
c. engraving
d. etching
e) monotype
Type:
Title:
35. Dorothy and Herbert Vogel are important for what activity?
a. making important archaeological discoveries
*b. their important 20th-century art collection
c. importing of Japanese prints
d. amassing great wealth
e) their psychological evaluations of artists
Type:
Title:
36. Richard Hunt's large scale sculpture Jacob's Ladder is iconographically based on a theme
from the Koran.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
40. A nontranslucent watercolor that is thick and opaque is called _______________________.
*a. gouache
b. gum arabic
c. synthetic
d. impasto
e) binder
Type:
Title:
41. A work of art which bases scale on the relative importance of the people depicted is using
_____________.
a. commercialism
*b. Realism
c. hierarchical scale
d. the Golden Section
e) variety
Type:
Title:
37. Lakes are produced from both organic and inorganic sources.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
38. Two ways to create the illusion of three-dimensional space on a two-dimensional surface are
_______ and ______.
a. cross-hatching and stippling
b. diminishing size and horizontal placement
c. atmospheric perspective and afterimage
d. linear direction and outline
*e) vertical placement and overlapping
Type:
19. Organic pigments are made from animal, vegetable and mineral materials.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
23. The Renaissance artist da Vinci created a mural that has been restored by Dr. Pinan
Brambilla; this mural takes as its subject what event?
a. a meeting of the Roman Senate
b. a view of an ideal city
c. a group of famous Renaissance artists
*d. the last supper
e) the madonna and child among relatives
Type:
Title:
24. The basic, underlying principle of lithography is that oil and vinegar do not mix.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
7. Oil painting is not an aqueous (water-soluble. medium.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
8. The surface of a given support is prepared for use by sizing with doeskin glue.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
9. The Olmec culture flourished from 1500 to 300 B. C. E. in what is today southern
______________.
a. Peru
b. Arizona
c. Africa
d. Australia
*e) Mexico
Type:
Title:
48. The term “proto-Renaissance” refers to the transitional period between the Classical Era and
the Renaissance.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
49. The Greek Kouroi were the first truly free-standing large stone images of the human form.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
50. Pablo Picasso was born in ________________________________.
a. Italy
b. France
*c. Spain
d. the United States
e. Brazil
Type:
Title:
33. Jaune Quick to See Smith in House created irony through reference to the famous Modernist
motto, “Form follows function. ”
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
34. ________________was an early Renaissance sculptor who served as assistant to Lorenzo
Ghiberti. The young sculptor's freestanding statue of St. Mark in Florence contributes to his
reputation as the first modern sculptor.
a. Sluter
*b. Donatello
c. Michelangelo
d. Bernini
e. Leonardo
Type:
Title:
35. In general, Middle Kingdom art was rather crude compared to artwork from the Old Kingdom.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
36. The most famous “Venus” figure of the Stone Age is the Venus of Duseldorf.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
21. The ________________________ style in 18th-century European art is considered to be a
development of the Baroque. It was favored by the aristocracy, and it featured pastel colors, small
scale, and a playful quality.
a. Renaissance
b. Genre
*c. Rococo
d. Bourgeois
e. Romantic
Type:
Title:
25. Artemisia Gentileschi was a true Baroque artist in that she used pose, lighting, and gesture
for theatrical effect.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
26. The original purpose of the Palette of Narmer was as an amulet.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
22. The builders of the Colosseum in Rome used all three orders or styles of Greek columns.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
23. Architect Walter Gropius, in 1919, founded what school of design?
a. De Stijl
b. Futurism
*c. Bauhaus
d. Harlem Renaissance
e. Dada
Type:
Title:
16. The sources of Mycenean gold were probably Babylon and Rome.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
17. In examining his mummy, researchers found that Tut was missing his scapulae and humerus,
perhaps indicating that he may have been run over by his or another’s chariot.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
18. The Assyrian culture is associated with ___________________________.
a. Egypt
b. Mycenae
*c. Mesopotamia
d. Crete
e. Greece
Type:
Title:
48. Although Masaccio was primarily a painter and sculptor, he turned his hand to architecture in
old age.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
49. The first works of art of which we are aware were found in central China.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
50. The ________________________ style in 18th-century European art is considered to be a
development of the Baroque. It was favored by the aristocracy, and it featured pastel colors, small
scale, and a playful quality.
a. Renaissance
b. Genre
*c. Rococo
d. Bourgeois
e. Romantic
Type:
Title:
39. Raphael painted a splendid portrait of Pope Leo X posed with his nephews, both cardinals of
the church.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
40. Elisabeth Vigée-LeBrun painted a portrait of what monarch in an attempt to repair the
subject's image?
a. Louis XIV
b. Catherine the Great
c. Peter the Great
d. Philip IV
*e. Marie Antoinette
Type:
Title:
21. The charcoal used in drawings of rhinoceroses and a bison in Chauvet Cave in France is
32,000 to 30,000 years old – making the images the oldest drawings or paintings known to exist.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
22. An amulet is an ancient drinking cup.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
23. “Chryselephantine” means gold and ivory covering on a Greek statue.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
24. ________________was an early Renaissance sculptor who served as assistant to Lorenzo
Ghiberti. The young sculptor's freestanding statue of St. Mark in Florence contributes to his
reputation as the first modern sculptor.
a. Sluter
*b. Donatello
c. Michelangelo
d. Bernini
e. Leonardo
Type:
Title:
15. The first major art forms were painting, sculpture and printmaking.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
16. Both the Hopi and ancient Egyptians produced art that was first and foremost functional.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
3. In Roman mythology, Ceres was the goddess of agriculture, and her name is the root of the
word “cereal. ”
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
4. Donatello was the principal sculptor of the famous bronze doors known as the “Gates of
Paradise. ”
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
5. King Louis XIV of France commissioned extensive renovations and additions to the
_______________, where he moved his court in 1682.
a. Louvre Palace
*b. Palace of Versailles
c. Place de l'Etoile
d. Amalienburg
e. Ile-de-France
Type:
Title:
6. Ka was the name of King Tut’s brother.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
7. Artists of the Renaissance found their chief source of inspiration in the Gothic styles from
northern Europe.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
42. A caryatid is a supporting column in the form of a draped female figure.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
43. Leonardo delivered the Mona Lisa to her husband before he left Italy.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
44. Mastabas or step pyramids were the antecedents of the Great Pyramids at Giza.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
45. Elisabeth Vigée-Lebrun never received another royal commission after Marie Antoinette died.
a. True
*b. False
Type:
Title:
46. The modern city that was once known as Byzantio and Constantinople now is called by what
name?
a. London
b. Paris
c. Ravenna
d. Venice
*e. Istanbul
Type:
Title:
47. The charcoal used in drawings of rhinoceroses and a bison in Chauvet Cave in France is
32,000 to 30,000 years old – making the images the oldest drawings or paintings known to exist.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
29. Both Giotto and Duccio can be considered transitional artists, whose work shows aspects of
medieval and Renaissance styles.
*a. True
b. False
Type:
Title:
30. The Renaissance belief that humankind was not worthless in the eyes of God as the Church
had taught during the Middle Ages has come to be known as which of the following?
a. Mannerism
b. Protestantism
c. Inquisition
d. patronage
*e. Humanism
Type:
Title:
31. Pablo Picasso was born in ________________________________.
a. Italy
b. France
*c. Spain
d. the United States
e. Brazil
Type:
Title:
1. Analyze the impact of ethnographic art on the sculpture of Henri Matisse.
Type:
Title:
2. The Rumanian sculptor Constantin Brancusi also was responsive to the early modern
rediscovery of ethnographic art. What aspect of ethnographic art appealed to the creativity of
Brancusi?
Type:
Title:
3. How does the expressive abstraction of Brancusi's The Kiss (Janson, p. 817, ill. 1125) contrast
with the naturalism of Rodin's sculpture (Janson, p. 719, ill. 971) of the same theme?
Type:
Title:
2. How has the "secularization" of the Modern World affected developments in the visual arts? 3.
How is Post-Modernism different from past historicisms in the history of art?
Type:
Title:
4. Given the radical departure of Modern Art from artistic traditions, how has the definition of artist
and audience changed in our time?
Type:
Title:
5. How has the concept of "objectivity" affected many aspects of 20th-century art?
Title:
26. Which of the following artists could best be described as a forerunner of twentieth-century
Expressionism?
a. Raphael
*b. Grunewald
c. Vermeer
d. Bronzino
Title:
27. The forms used by the Futurists grew out of those developed in
a. Impressionism
*b. Cubism
c. Surrealism
d. De Stijl
Title:
28. Which of the following artists was most influenced by the work of the fifteenth-century Italian
Piero della Francesca?
a. Van Gogh
b. Kandinsky
*c. Seurat
d. Gauguin
Title:
29. The paintings of Turner best seem to anticipate
*a. Impressionism
b. Cubism
c. De Stijl
d. Futurism
Title:
30. Which of the following artists is not known as a Neo-Classicist?
a. David
b. Canova
c. Ingres
*d. Delacroix
Title:
31. What is meant by the International Style of architecture?
a. modern imitations of Renaissance
b. solid, classical palaces with clear buildings ornamentation
c. ornate facades of the International
*d. clean,unadornedskyscrapers Gothic
Title:
32. Which artist is known as much for his realistic scenes as his Impressionist style?
a. Monet
*b. Manet
c. Eakins
d. Kirchner
Type:
Title: Architecture
14. What do the ornamental beams on the exterior of the Seagram Building in New York City
stand for?
Title: Architecture-Le Corbusier
3. Notre Dame du Haut was designed by:
a. Louis Kahn
*b. Le Corbusier
c. Philip Johnson
d. Mies Van der Rohe
Type:
Title:
1. Analyze the impact of ethnographic art on the sculpture of Henri Matisse.
Type:
Title:
2. The Rumanian sculptor Constantin Brancusi also was responsive to the early modern
rediscovery of ethnographic art. What aspect of ethnographic art appealed to the creativity of
Brancusi?
Type:
Title:
3. How does the expressive abstraction of Brancusi's The Kiss (Janson, p. 817, ill. 1125) contrast
with the naturalism of Rodin's sculpture (Janson, p. 719, ill. 971) of the same theme?
Type:
Title:
4. After 1910, how did Brancusi's sculpture in marble or metal differ from his work in wood or
stone?
Type:
1. The beginning of the modern world is tied to gradual transitions in political and economic
structures.
a. true
*b. false
Type:
2. The paintings of ____________ promoted the ideals of the French Revolution.
a. Cezanne
b. West
c. Goya
*d. David
Type:
3. American photojournalism developed as photographers covered the _____.
a. Revolutionary War
*b. Civil War
c. First World War
d. industrialization of the U.S.
Type:
Title:
4. Goya's The Third of May, 1808, and Picasso's Guernica are alike in that they both ________.
a. are Romantic works
b. have Neo-Baroque compositions
c. stress the reality of the picture surface
*d. are an invective against brutality
Type:
Title:
5. The French artist who championed Neoclassicism into the 19th century was _________.
a. Delacroix
b. Gericault
*c. Ingres
d. Daumier
Type:
Title:
6. Le Corbusier's later designs, such as the church at Ronchamp, continue to express the
architect's affection for the "machine aesthetic."
a. true
*b. false
Type:
Title: Photography
8. The photographs of W. Eugene Smith and Robert Frank belong to the modern artistic tradition
of fantasy.
a. true
*b. false
Type:
Title:
9. The Prairie School houses, which took architecture into its Cubist phase, were designed by
a. Sullivan
b. Richardson
c. Rietveld
*d. Wright
Type:
Title:
14. The paintings of Georgia O'Keeffe are a unique vision of the abstraction in nature.
*a. true
b. false
Type:
Title:
19. Sculpture represents the greatist creative achievement of Romanticism. a. true
*b. false
Type:
Title:
20. A planographic printmaking process which is based on the principle that water and grease are
incompatible is termed .
a. etching
b. silkscreen
*c. lithography
Type:
Title:
21. Both Neoclassicism and Romanticism are tied to historicisms in the history of art.
*a. true
b. false
Type:
Title:
22. The age of photography was born with the __________.
a. camera obscura
*b. daguerreotype
c. stereophotograph
d. photogram
Type:
Title:
23. The Post-Impressionist artist who traveled to the South Pacific to rediscover a world of feeling
untouched by Western industrialization was __________.
a. Seurat
b. Van Gogh
c. Cezanne
*d. Gauguin
Type:
Title:
24. The artist who countered Romantic and Academic art in mid 19th-century France with an
emphatic realism was ________.
a. Delacroix
b. Homer
*c. Courbet
d. Eakins
Type:
Title:
25. Henry O. Tanner was among the first African-American artists to achieve an international
reputation.
*a. true
b. false
Type:
Title:
26. The late 19th-century French sculptor who "broke the mold" of Romantic sculpture with a
fresh naturalism and innovative ideas was
.
a. Canova
b. Rude
c. Carpeaux
*d. Rodin
Type:
Title:
27. The French artist who redefined the canvas as a screen made up of flat patches of color was
a. Courbet
*b. Manet
c. Cezanne
d. Monet
Type:
Title:
28. The style of painting concerned with the transient effects of light on objects was _____.
*a. Impressionism
b. Cubism
c. Fauvism
d. Expressionism
Type:
Title:
29. The American artist who advanced the concept of Art for Art's Sake through his paintings and
writings was __________.
a. Homer
b. Eakins
c. Cole
*d. Whistler
Type:
Title:
30. Mary Cassatt was an American painter who joined the Impressionist group and championed
their cause.
*a. true
b. false
Type:
Title:
31. Gauguin's Symbolist followers were known as the Pre-Raphaelites.
a. true
*b. false
Type:
Title:
32. The Expressionist artist, working in Munich, who turned to a complete non-objective style of
painting was __________.
a. Rouault
b. Kirchner
c. Nolde
*d. Kandinsky
Type:
Title:
33. Picasso's painting _________ was an important work in the formation of modern abstraction.
a. Guernica
*b. Les Demoiselles d'Avignon
c. Mother and Child
d. Three Musicians
Type:
Title:
34. The Russian avant garde style of the early 20th century which sought to express a "supreme"
reality was called ________.
a. Cubo-Futurism
b. Futurism
*c. Suprematism
d. Synthetic Cubism
Type:
Title:
35. The art movement that preached nonsense and anti-art in reaction to the carnage of World
War I was called
.
*a. Dada
b. Cubism
c. Surrealism
d. Expressionism
Type:
Title:
36. Futurism was an Italian art movement, influenced by Cubism, which proposed to address the
dynamism of modern life in art.
*a. true
b. false
Type:
Title:
37. The artist who explored chance effects with "frottage" and "decalcomania" was _____.
a. Arp
b. Duchamp
*c. Ernst
d. Dali
Type:
Title:
38. Miro's approach to Surrealism has been termed "biomorphic abstraction."
*a. true
b. false
Type:
Title:
17. The modern art movement which was distinguished by a new liberation of color, as viewed in
the paintings of Matisse, was called _________.
a. Expressionism
b. Cubism
c. Dada
*d. Fauvism
Type:
Title:
18. Michael Graves' Public Services Building in Portland, Oregon, is exemplary of the
International Style.
a. true
*b. false
Type:
Title:
16. The modern art movement which was joined to concepts borrowed from psychoanalysis was
a. Dada
b. Cubism
c. Fauvism
*d. Surrealism
Type:
Title:
15. Mexican mural art of the 1930s was totally non-objective.
a. true
*b. false
Type:
Title: Postmodernism
40. Compare and contrast the Seagram Building and the AT&T Headquarters Building. Who are
the respective architects and to what modern movement do they belong? How are these
structures similar and different? How do these similarities and differences reflect the respective
modern movements?
Type:
Title:
39. Utilizing Male and Female (1942) and Autumn Rhythm (1950), discuss the two different
phases of Jackson Pollock's career. What is the subject of each? How has the artist's style
changed, and what is the rationale behind any changes?
Answer:
Type:
Title:
36. Why do artists like Jean Dubuffet find inspiration in the art of children and the insane?
Title: Giacometti
21. The existentialist philosophy of _________ deeply affected Giacometti.
a. Freud
b. Nietzsche
*c. Sartre
d. Jung
Type:
Title:
1. Mathieu's Capetians Everywhere reveals the drawing technique of automatism first used by
the:
a. Fauves
b. Cubists
*c. Surrealists
d. Dadas
Type:
Title: Architecture
15. How did Louis Kahn view a building?
Title:
41. (Figure 23-21)
a. Corbusier
*b. Pei
c. Paxton
d. Sullivan
Type:
Type:
Title:
6. Postmodern architecture includes many historicist elements. Discuss the inclusion of these
elements in at least two postmodern structures. Are these design elements meaningful for the
function of the building and to the people who view it?
Title:
13. Which architect marked the emergence of postmodern architecture, and to what type of
sources did he turn for his designs?
Type:
Title:
9. Out of what tradition did art museums evolve'?
Title:
50. (Figure 23-1)
a. Impressionism
b. Fauvism
c. De Stijl
d. AbstractExpressionism
I. Define art brut
2. Define / Identify art informel or tachisme
3. Define / Identify Clement Greenberg
4. Define / Identify Post-Modernism
5. Define / Identify International Style
6. Define / Identify neorationalism
7. Define / Identify pluralism
8. Define / Identify appropriation
9. Define / Identify multiculturalism
10. Define / Identify National Endowment for the Arts (NEA.
Title:
47. (Figure22-1)
a. Nervi
b. Lloyd Wright
c. Venturi
*d. Horta
Title:
48. (Figure 22-30)
a. Boccioni
*b. Man Ray
c. Lehmbruck
d. Oldenburg
Title:
43. (Figure 22-7)
a. Bauhaus
b. De Stijl
*c. Cubism
d. Precisionism
Title:
44. (Figure22-35)
a. Cubism
b. Futurism
*c. Surrealism
d. Dada
Title:
45. (Figure224)
*a. Picasso
b. De Chirico
c. Cornell
d. Keifer
Title:
39. Which of the following would be considered a Deconstructionist?
a. Lloyd Wright
*b. Venturi
c. Eiffel
d. Pei
Title:
40. Which of the following Russian artists was a leader in the socalled "Production" group?
a. Malevich
b. Kandinsky
*c. Tatlin
d. Chagall
Title:
33. Which artist was most concerned with the exploitation of color to convey emotion?
a. Renoir
b. Braque
*c. Van Gogh
d. Adams
Title:
34. Which photographer was most involved with political and social issues?
a. Weston
*b. Hine
c. Robinson
d. Nadar
Title:
35. Which of the following best describes the goal of the Impressionists?
a . To depict only an impression of an emotion or personality
*b. To create the impression of forms bathed in outdoor light
c. To celebrate the impressions of primitive cultures
d. To explore the impression of politics on everyday life
36. Which of the following artists was (were) particularly concerned with portraying scenes of poor
and oppressed people?
a. Friedrich
b. Courbet
c. Kollwitz
*d. both b and c
Title:
37. Which of the following artists would be considered an Expressionist?
a. Cezanne
*b. Kirchner
c. Ingres
d. Mondrian
Type:P
Title: Computer Art-Margaret Benyon (Stokstad-23-47)
70.
a. Eva Hesse
b. Peter Campus
c. Sonia Sheridan
*d. Margaret Benyon
Type:MT
1. Casa Mila, Barcelona = Antonio Gaudi
2. Hard Times = Charlie Chaplin
3. Mobiles = Alexander Calder
4. Bauhaus, Weimar = Walter Gropius
5. Potemkin = Sergi Eisenstein
7. The Bicycle Thief = Vittorio De Sica
9. Bar at the Follies Bergere = Edouard Manet
11. Breathless = Luc Godard
12. Burghers of Calais = Auguste Rodin
13. Crystal Palace = Joseph Paxton
14. Monument to the Third International = Vladimir Tatlin
15. Peach Tree Center, Atlanta = John Portman
16. National Gallery addition, Washington, D.C. = I.M.Pei
17. Pompidou Center, Paris = Richard Rogers and Renzo Piano
18. Olympic Stadium, Munich = Frei Otto
19. Sound Garden = Douglas Hollis
20. The Steerage = Alfred Steiglitz
21. Guggenheim Museum, New York = Frank Lloyd Wright
22. Marshal Field Warehouse, Chicago = Henry H. Richardson
23. Spiral Jetty = Robert Smithson
24. Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors Even = Marcel Duchamp
25. Epic of American Civilization: Hispanic American = Jose Gemente Orozco
26. = Henri Cartier-Bresson
Type:P
Title:
75. Who did each of these works depicting women embodying society's image of the goddess of
love? Who is represented in each and when was each done?
a. Falconet, Madame de Pompadour as Venus (Figure 20-10) and Warhol, Marilyn Monroe
Diptych (Figure 23-40). Madame de Pompadour, the mistress of Louis XV, was done in the
eighteenth century, while Marilyn Monroe, the movie queen, was done in the second half of the
twentieth century.
Type:P
Title:
76. Who created each of these works, when, and in what way can their purposes be related?
a. Millet, The Gleaners (Figure 21-39) and Kienholz, The Wait (Figure 23-68). Although the
techniques of these two works are very different both give dignity to the difficulties of common
people.
Type:P
Title: Giacometti
73. Who created this sculpture and what emotions does it evoke in many viewers?
a. . Giacometti, City Square (Figure 23-27). Giacometti's pencil-thin figures often evoke feelings
of loss, alienation, and loneliness.
Type:P
Title: Compare Greco and Bacon
74. Compare these two paintings of clerics and note how each is related to the period in which it
was painted.
a. Francis Bacon, Study after Vela'zquez's Painting of Pope Innocent X (Figure 23-28) and El
Greco, Fray Felix Hortensio Paravicino (Figure 18-60). El Greco represents a Spanish cleric
during one of the great periods of Spanish power and shows his ascetic spiritual nature,
representing the combination of earthly power and otherworldly spirituality typical of the period.
Bacon's screaming figure in his cage seems tortured by unseen horrors and represents Bacon's
view of the agony of contemporary reality.
Type:P
Title: Architecture
71. Who designed each of these buildings, what was the purpose of each, and what different
structural principals did each use?
a. Frei Otto, Roof of Olympic Stadium, Munich (Figure 23-19) and Pier Luigi Nervi, Palazzo dello
Sport (Figure 23-18). Nervi used prestressed concrete that utilized the old structural principle of
compression, while Otto exploited the tensile strength of steel to create a structural system based
on tension.
Type:P
Title: Architecture-I. M. Pei (Stokstad-Figure 23-20)
67.
a. Frei Otto
*b. I. M. Pei
c. John Portman
d. Richard Rogers and Renzo Piano
Type:P
Title: New Wave Cinema
48. How did New Wave cinema differ from traditional movies?
a. New Wave filmmakers used surprise, ambiguity, abrupt changes in space, time and mood as
well as fuzzy or shaky camera work instead of the logically constructed plots and clear
photography used by traditional studios.
Type:P
Title: Postmodern Architecture
58. Compare Post-Modern architecture with that of the International Style. How do they differ and
what are the philosophical underpinnings of each?
a.
Title:
42. Jean Tinguely and Nicholas Schoffer were both concemed with
a. creating elegant machine-tooled
b. mathematical perspective devices forms
c. criticism of contemporary social
*d. movement used to interpret space-time conditions concepts
Type:P
Title: Art Brut
4. What is Art Brut?
Type:P
Title:
a.
Type:P
Title:
13. Two artists who created complex ordered patterns dealing with three-dimensional illusion were
a.
Type:P
Title:
14. What inspired the work of Jean Tinguely and what sort of materials did he use?
a.
Type:P
Title:
17. How does the work of Louise Bourgeois (FIG. 28-19) relate to that of Barbara Hepworth (FIG. 27-55)? a.
Type:P
Title:Surrealism
33. Name two Superrealist painters:
a.
Type:P
Title:Le Corbusier
53. What forms provided the inspiration for Le Corbusier's Notre Dame du Haut (FIGS. 28-62 and 28-63)? In
what way does Notre Dame du Haut differ from Le Corbusier's earlier works? 54. Who designed the Opera
House in Sydney, Australia?
a.
Type:P
Title: Architecture-Guggenheim Museum
52. What form did Frank Lloyd Wright use as the basis for his design for the Guggenheim Museum
a.
Type:P
Title:Architecture-Segram Building
55. What architectural style is represented by the Seagram Building in New York?
a.
Type:P
Title:Architecture-AT&T
56. How did Philip Johnson's style change in his AT&T Tower in New York? a.
Type:P
Title:Architecture-Michael Graves
57. What aspects of Graves's Portland Building can be considered Postmodernist?
a.
Type:P
Title:Architecture- Beaubourg
58. What is the official name for the "Beaubourg"?
a.
Type:P
Title:Architecture- Beaubourg
58. Where is the building referred to as the "Beaubourg" located?
a.
Type:P
Title:Architecture- Beaubourg
What is significant about its structure?
a.
Type:P
Title:Architecture- Pei
59. Who designed the East Building that was added to the National Gallery in Washington in the late 1970s?
What geometric shape was the basis for the design?
a.
Type:P
Title:Architecture- Kahn
60. What tradition did Kahn follow in his design for the Kimbell Art Museum?
a.
Type:P
Title:Architecture- Postmodernism
61. Give two examples of the application of Postmodernism to architecture.
a.
Type:P
Title:Architecture- Piazza d’Italia
62. What historical styles are cited by Charles Moore in his Piazza d'Italia?
a.
Type:P
Title:
63. What is meant by Deconstructionism?
Type:P
Title:
3. Compare Hamilton's Just What Is It That Makes Today's Homes So Different, So Appealing? (FIG. 28-26)
with Campin's Merode Altarpiece (FIG. 20-4). Discuss the compositional structure and the symbolism of both
works, along with their cultural meanings.
a.
Type:P
Title:
4. What distinguishes the works of Robert Rauschenberg from those of early Dada artists?
a.
Type:P
Title:
5. Can you relate Judd's untitled work (FIG. 28-22) and Tinguely's Homage to New York (FIG. 28-16) to the
earlier traditions of Classic and Romantic art? How?
Title:19thc Realism
46. The most important Realist painter of the mid-nineteenth century was
a. Degas
b. Ingres
*c. Courbet
d. Delacroix
e. Gericault
Title:19th c Impressionism
47. The first Impressionist exhibition was held in the year
a. 1855
b. 1863
*c. 1874
d. 1886
e. 1895
Title:David-Ingres
48. The short-lived student at David's studio who soon broke with David's use of style was
a. Delacroix
b. Courbet
*c. Ingres
d. Girodet-Trioson
e. Gericault
Title:Goya
49. A group portrait of the family of Charles IV was painted by
a. Ingres
*b. Goya
c. Courbet
d. Gericault
e. David
Title:20th c Architecture
50. The twentieth-century architect whose work is distinguished by attention to volume and light and whose
designs include the Kimbell Art Museum is
a. Graves
b. Moore
c. Gehry
*d. Kahn
e. Shinohara
Title:Postmodern Architecture-Venturi
55. An architect who worked primarily in the Postmodern style was
a. Garnier
b. Gaudi
*c. Venturi
d. Sullivan
e. Wright
Title:Rosa Bonheur
56. The famous Horse Fair was painted by
a. Ingres
*b. Bonheur
c. Gros
d. Marc
e. Goya
Title:
57. An important sculptor who worked primarily in the Neoclassical style was
a. Rodin
b. Saint-Gaudens
*c. Canova
d. Barye
e. Lehmbruck
a.
Type:P
Title:
58. A sculptor whose work was most closely associated with Cubism was
*a. Lipchitz
b. Rodin
c. Tinguely
d. Giacometti
e. Moore
Title:
59. The architect who was associated with the Art Nouveau movement was
a. Wright
*b. Gaudi
c. Willaim van Alen
d. Mies van der Rohe
e. Gropius
Title:
60. Strong Expressionist tendencies are seen in the work of
a. Mondrian
*b. Munch
c. Seurat
d. Cezanne
e. Matisse
Title:
61. The artist who believed that "the art of painting can consist only in the representation of objects visible
and tangible to the painter" was
a. Ingres
b. Delacroix
c. Goya
*d. Courbet
e. Dali
Title:
62. The concern with images deriving directly from the subconscious is most apparent in the work of the
a. Expressionists
b. Impressionists
c. Cubists
*d. Surrealists
e. Post-Painterly Abstractionists
Title:
63. The mural entitled Guernica was painted by
a. Braque
*b. Picasso
c. Kollwitz
d. Kandinsky
e. Beckmann
Title:
65. Monument to the Third International was designed by
a. Gabo
b. Malevich
*c. Tatlin
d. Kandinsky
e. Arp
Title:
66. Line is stressed over color in the works of
*a. Ingres
b. Delacroix
c. Turner
d. Monet
e. Pissarro
Title:
67. Which artist uses a formal approach to painting that is closest to that of Mondrian?
a. Rubens
*b. Vermeer
c. Delacroix
d. Fragonard
e. Turner
Title:
68. Which of the following artists has the least Romantic or Expressionist approach to landscape painting?
a. Friedrich
b. Van Ruisdael
c. Turner
*d. Cezanne
e. Van Gogh
Title:
70. The artist most representative of the Impressionist style was
a. Van Gogh
*b. Renoir
c. Manet
d. Toulouse-Lautrec
e. Munch
Title:
71. The Spanish painter who most effectively combined realism and fantasy was
a. Velazquez
b. Zurburan
*c. Goya
d. Miro
e. Ribera
Title:
72. The sculptor who effectively combined aspects of Impressionism, Romanticism, and Expressionism in
his work was
a. Canova
b. Calder
*c. Rodin
d. Maillol
e. Lehmbruck
Title:
73. The Post-Impressionist who based his work on the color theories of Delacroix and the scientists
Helmholtz and Chevreul was
a. Van Gogh
b. Gauguin
c. Cezanne
*d. Seurat
e. Toulouse-Lautrec
Title:
75. The harsh, flat lighting and the juxtaposition of a nude woman with two men dressed in contemporary
clothes shocked the public when Manet first exhibited his famous work entitled
*a. Le Dejeuuer sur 1'llerbe
b. Le Moulin de la Galette
c. Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte
d. The Spirit of the Dead Watching
e. The Night Cafe
Title:
76. The American artist who was famous for his precise photographs and paintings was
a. Gardner
*b. Sheeler
c. Hopper
d. Estes
e. Muybridge
Title:
78. The landscape painter who influenced Delacroix and anticipated both the attitude and technique of
Impressionism was
a. Turner
*b. Constable
c. Friedrich
d. Van Ruisdael
e. Courbet
Title:
79. The Raft of the Medusa was painted by
a. Delacroix
b. Goya
c. Gerome
*d. Gericault
e. Gros
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