Art History 1

B
Which of the following is an example of timber architecture?
a. widdle and daub
b. wattle and daub
c. riggle and daub
d. none of these
C
Of what materials were Viking helmets made?
a. wood and iron
b. faux leather
c. tight-fitting leather or metal
d. any of the above
C
Which of the following is an example of the Oseberg ship?
A
What was the Oseberg ship used for?
a. a graveship for women of high rank
b. a graveship for men of high rank
c. for cargo
d. none of these
A
Which of the following were the Vikings known for?
a. using both swords and axes in battle
b. being the only fighters across Europe to take prisoners
c. both of these
d. neither of these
D
The Vikings were seamen from which of the following countries?
a. Norway
b. Denmark
c. Sweden
d. all of the above
B
What part of a ship is the prow?
a. the stern
b. the most forward part of a ship’s bow
c. the back end of a ship
d. none of the above
A
The church pictured above is an example of Ottonian architecture. Which of the following churches is shown in this picture?
a. the church of Saint Cyriakus
b. the church of Saint Agnes
c. the church of Saint Regis
d. the church of Saint Klaus
D
Which of the following is an example of Ottonian architecture?
a. clerestory
b. gallery
c. arcade
d. all of the above
C
What decorative features were used on the prow of the Oseberg ship?
a. a female Viking head
b. a dragon head
c. a spiral ending in a serpent head
d. none of the above
B
What unique style used in the Ebbo Gospels is associated with Reims?
a. bold and bright colors
b. expressively colored lines
c. thick paint strokes
d. none of the above
C
Where did some of the paints and materials come from to create the Book of Kells?
a. Peru
b. Kenya
c. Afghanistan
d. Somalia
B
Which of the following jobs did the monks and nuns have during medieval times?
a. welders
b. embroiderers
c. farmers
d. all of the above
B
Kells was located on the mainland of ___________.
a. Scotland
b. Ireland
c. England
d. Germany
D
Which of the following characteristics is unique to Ottonian manuscripts?
a. They conveyed a sense of spirituality and deep felt emotion.
b. Gesture and gaze conveyed the meaning.
c.T hey had high intellectual and artistic qualities.
d. all of the above
C
Which of the following is the most famous of the Carolingian manuscripts?
a Book of Kells
b. the gospels of Charlemagne
c. the Utrecht Psalter
d. none of the above
A
Who worked on the illuminated manuscripts?
a four scribes and three major illuminators
b. each monk would do an entire manuscript
c. one scribe and one illuminator
d. none of these
A
What feature do both the Utrecht Psalter and the Ebbo Gospel possess?
a. ink drawings with linear energy
b. ink drawings with a tranquil feel
c. ink drawings with texture
d. none of these
B
What is another name used for the Utrecht Psalter?
a New Testament Book of Psalms
b. Old Testament Book of Psalms
c. Book of Gospels
d. none of these
B
What role did the monks and nuns play in the arts?
a. The monks and nuns would contact the places to display the illuminated manuscripts.
b. Monasteries were the centers of art and learning.
c. The monks and nuns would find artists and bring them to the monasteries to use their talents.
d. none of the above
D
What shape are the pilgrimage churches?
a. a cross
b. narrow in length
c. a crucifix
d. all of the above
B
Which of these forms is a common feature in Romanesque architecture?
a. domes
b. towers
c. columns
d. all of the above
C
Which of these was an experimental type of Romanesque architecture?
a. ribbed domes
b. ribbed arches
c. ribbed vaults
d. all of the above
A
What church is pictured below?
a. Saint James in Santiago de Compostela
b. San Clement
c. Durham Cathedral
A
Why did the pilgrimage churches undergo large scale building projects?
a. to accommodate the rising number of visitors
b. to provide a clearer path for communion
c. to appear more like a cross
d. none of the above
B
Which of the following is a well-known pilgrimage church?
a. Saint Paul’s Cathedral
b. Saint James in Santiago de Compostela
c. St. Etienne
d. all of the above
C
What is a pilgrimage church?
a. A church frequently visited because of the relics of saints.
b. A church where pilgrims would worship.
c. Both A and B
d. Neither A nor B
B
How did the invention of ribbed groin vaults change Romanesque architecture?
a. added storage space in churches
b. allowed for the addition of clerestory windows
c. both A and B
d. neither A nor B
D
Which of the following were utilized in Romanesque architecture?
a. arches
b. vaults
c. towers
d. all of the above
D
Which of the following churches contains great examples of the use of ribbed vaulting?
a. Durham Cathedral
b. St. Etienne
c. Church of San Clement
d. Both A and B
C
The Bayeux Tapestry is similar in length to ______________.
a. about three feet
b. about three yards
c. about three swimming pools
d. about three miles
A
Which book contains the Mouth of Hell painting, seen below?
a. Winchester Psalter
b. Book of Kells
c. Book of Homilies
d. Book of Rudolf
C
What is an effigy?
a. a sculpture blessed by saints
b. a sculptural religious artifact
c. a representation of a person, usually a sculpture
d. a deity
A
The tomb of Rudolf of Swabia, shown below, is an example of a ____________________.
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a. bronze tomb effigy
b. gold tomb effigy
c. bronzed mummy
d. none of the above
D
What story does the Bayeux Tapestry tell?
a. the life of Rudolf Swabia
b. the life of Nun Guda
c. religious leaders being baptized
d. the Norman conquest of England
A
When was the Bayeux Tapestry made?
a. 11th century
b. 12th century
c. 13th century
d. The date has never been determined.
C
What medium was used to create the Mouth of Hell painting, seen below?
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a. tempera on parchment
b. ink on vellum
c. ink and tempera on vellum
d. ink and tempera on parchment
D
What is significant about Nun Guda’s self-portrait?
a. She went under the alias of a man.
b. It is the only self-portrait ever signed by a woman.
c. She was mistreated for being a female artist.
d. It is the earliest signed self-portrait by a woman
C
When and where were the Illustrated Books made?
a. Rome in the early 12th century
b. Rome in the late 12th century
c. Germany in the early 12th century
d. Germany in the late 12th century
B
What material was used for Nun Guda’s Book of Homilies?
a. ink on vellum
b. ink on parchment
c. paint on parchment
d. paint on vellum
A
Which of these manuscripts does not depict Matthew the Evangelist?
a. The Utrecht Psalter
b. The Gospels of Charlemagne
c. The Ebbo Gospels
d. None of the above
C
The following page is taken from which manuscript?
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a. book of Charlemagne
b. gospel of Ebbo
c. Utrecht Psalter
d. Book of Kells
A
Who commissioned the Gero crucifix?
a. The archbishop of Cologne
b. the archbishop of Canterbury
c. the archbishop of Gloucester
d. none of these
C
Which of the following best describes the Romanesque painting style?
a. simpler but less spiritual than previous styles
b. more detailed and more spiritual than previous styLes
c. simpler and more spiritual than previous styles
d. none of these
C
What is the difference between a ribbed vault and a groin vault?
a. Groin vaults are built on the sides, while rib vaults are on the ceiling.
b. Groin vaults have more support than rib vaults.
c. Rib vaults are groin vaults with extra stone ribbing.
A
What medium was used to make the Bayeux tapestry?
a. embroidered cloth
b. painted linen
c. painted cloth
d. painted vellum
A
What unusual characteristic of St. James helped make the visitors feel more welcome?
a. The cathedral had no doors to open and close, it was open day and night.
b. There were greeters at the doors.
c. The cathedral played hymns as new visitors arrived.
d. all of the above
D
Which of the following job titles of today could be applied to a Gothic master builder?
a. superintendent of construction
b.construction worker
c. architect
d. all of the above
C
Which of the following was a preliminary step in making a stained glass piece?
a. artists cut individual pieces of glass
b. the painters add details with emulsion
c. designer drew a composition on a wood panel
C
Who was Pseudo-Dionysius?
a. a master builder during the Gothic period
b. writer of many Greek myths
c. a Greek philosopher
d. none of the above
C
What was the role of a master builder?
a. to supervise construction
b. to design the structures
c. Both A and B
d. Neither A nor B
B
Which of these characteristics is an example of the Gothic style?
a. simplistic lines
b. soaring stonework and ribbed vaults
c. detailed domes
A
How is stained glass made?
a. adding metallic oxides to sand and ash or lime, then infusing at high temperatures
b. adding metallic oxides to salt, then infusing over time at low temperatures
c. adding metallic oxides to sulfur, then infusing at high temperatures
d. adding metallic oxides to sulfur, then infusing at low temperatures
C
Which of the following is TRUE about gothic master builders?
a. They designed the structure of the church without supervising its construction.
b. Their primary role was to construct the church the Abbot designed.
c. They worked closely with the Abbot to design and build a church.
d. They supervised construction without working with their own hands.
D
What was the role of the artisan?
a. to draw the composition on wood panels
b. to produce the sheets of glass
c. to add details with the enamel emulsion
d. to cut individual pieces from the sheets of glass
B
What type of stained glass window was invented during the Gothic period?
a. multi-colored window
b. rose window
c. oval window
d. none of the above
C
What was used to join the stained glass pieces together?
a. steel
b. silver
c. lead
d. iron
B
What was Suger’s purpose in reconstructing the Abbey Church of Saint-Denis?
a. He wanted to recreate the purity of heaven in a building.
b. He wanted to create a work of art worthy of the church’s holy treasures.
c. He wanted to a building to compete with the Cathedral of Notre Dame.
d. all of the above
D
Which of the following was an innovation of Saint-Denis?
a. sculpture
b. architecture
c. goldsmithing
d. all of the above
B
What is special about the Amiens cathedral?
a. It was blessed by saints.
b. It is an archetypical Gothic cathedral.
c. It contains relics from Saint-Denis.
d. None of the above
C
What distinctively “Gothic” feature can be seen in the image below?
a. clerestory windows
b. the rounded windows
c. first true flying buttresses
d. none of the above
C
What significant change took place in the Abbey Church of Saint-Denis?
a. The tower was changed.
b. The stained glass windows were replaced with new onEs.
c. Three portals were added to the western facade.
d. all of the above
A
In the Abbey Church of Saint-Denis, the shrines were moved from the ______ to the ______.
a. crypt; high altar
b. high altar; crypt
c. nave; narthex
d. narthex; nave
B
Two cathedrals are pictured above: The Cathedral of Notre Dame on the left, and Amiens Cathedral on the right. Based on the images, which of the following is the major difference between the two cathedrals?
a. The windows are shaped differently.
b. Notre Dame emphasizes horizontal lines, while Amiens emphasizes vertical lines.
c. The arches are shaped differently.
d. All of the above
B
Who is depicted in the above image?
a. St-Denis
b. Abott Suger
c. Amiens
d. The person is unknown
C
What innovative suggestions from Abbot Suger can be seen in the image below?
a. the shape of the arches
b. the triangles on the middle columns
c. the details of the sculptures and the rose stained glass window
d. none of the above
A
Who was Robert de Luzarches?
a. He simplified, clarified, and unified the plan of Amiens Cathedral.
b. architect for Church of Saint Denis
c. architect for the Salisbury Cathedral
d. all of the above
C
What is a guild?
a. a group of artists that support one another
b. a group of artists that work together
c. an association of people organized by occupation
d. a group of people interested in art
A
Who painted the frescoes in the image below?
a. Giotto di Bondone
b. Cennino Cennini
c. Arnolfo di Cambio
d. none of the above
B
Why did most Italian architecture seem to be focused more on design than engineering?
a. The patrons of the cathedrals wanted a more decorative style.
b. Sculptors and painters were responsible for Italian architecture.
c. Traditional Italian architecture had always been focused on design.
d. All of the above
B
What was Florence’s key role in the beginning of the Renaissance?
a. Most of the pigments for the paint came from this region.
b. Its wealth and individualism promoted artistic growth.
c. It was the center of the Reformation, which started the Renaissance period.
A
Which of the following is one of the painting steps in Cennino Cennini’s painting handbook?
a. cover with linen soaked in gesso
b. lay down blocks of color
c. paint the darker areas
C
What is buon fresco?
a. a good fresco painting
b. when paint is applied to dry plaster wall
c. a technique in which water based paints are applied on wet plaster
d. none of the above
A
Which technique is being used when paint is applied to a dry plaster wall?
a. Fresco secco
b. Buon Fresco
c. both A and B
d. neither A nor B
C
What did an artist have to do to become part of the guild?
a. A panel of Master artists had to approve the painting.
b. The artist had to paint a piece in front a panel for approval.
c. Receive an examination of a masterpiece that could achieve master status.
d. All of the above
D
Which of the following best describes Florence during the beginning of the Renaissance?
a. Florence set the trend for other Italian city-states.
b. Florence had a strong economy and was very infLuential.
c. Florence’s economy depended largely on trade.
d. all of the above
B
What is gesso?
a. a technique used by many Renaissance artists
b. a medium used as a surface preparation or primer for a painting
c. a mixture of egg yolk and pigment used to harden paint
A
Which of the following best describes the themes in Giotto’s work?
a. traditional religious subjects
b. the Gospel of St. Matthew
c. the life of Jesus
d. none of the above
A
What images are featured on the rectangular panels along the sides of the image above?
a. the story of Mary and Jesus
b. stories of the Bible
c. stories from the Gospel
d. the story of the origins of Catholicism
B
Who is the artist of the image below?
a. Giotto
b. Cimabue
c. Bondone
d. none of the above
C
What is depicted in the Triumph of Death, seen above?
a. a depiction of the effects of the Black Plague
b. figures overcoming the Black Plague
c. a panoramic landscape of death
d. none of the above
D
What is the title of the piece above?
a. Mary and Jesus
b. The Pieta
c. The Death of Jesus
d. Lamentation
A
How did Giotto show the emotion in the piece above?
a. He showed real human suffering rather than symbolism.
b. He used color.
c. He used symbolism.
d. none of the above
C
Although there is no way of knowing with certainty, who is believed to have painted Triumph of Death, seen above?
a. Giotti
b. Pietro di Bondone
c. Buffalmacco
d. Florence di Medici
NOT D
What effect did the Black Plague have on art?
a. There were no artists left alive.
b. Artists portrayed images of death.
c. Artists portrayed images of heaven.
d. Both B and C are correct.
A
In the image above, Triumph of Death, what did the people on horses find?
a. three open coffins
b. figures of death
c. three evil spirits
d.three angels
C
How did the Black Plague affect the city of Florence?
a. It killed nearly 10% of the population.
b. It killed nearly 50% of the population.
c. It killed nearly 80% of the population.
d. The city was evacuated before the plague could spread
A
What did many people believe was the cause of the Black Death?
a. a punishment for sinful humans
b. a disease spread by the monarchy
c. tainted drinking water
d. the art forms of the period
C
Who was Abott Suger?
a. a well-known French artisan of Gothic style windows
b. a German statesman and historian who was the first pardon of Gothic architecture
c. a French statesman and historian who was the first patron of Gothic architecture
d. an apprentice of Pseudo-Dionysius
B
How was Pseudo-Dionysius’ idea that radiant light means divinity reflected in Gothic art?
a. the architecture was all religious
b. the architecture had a sense of transparency
c. Both A and B
d. Neither A nor B
B
What is the only thing that will save the people from the wrath of God, as depicted in the image above?
a. there is no escape
b. only piety, like that of the hermits
c. repentance
d. none of the above
D
Which of the following people was not involved in the making of stained glass windows?
a. glassblower
b. painter
c. artisan
d. all of the above were involved
C
Which of the following best defines secco fresco?
a. a technique in which paint is applied with water based paints on plaster
b. a type of fresco that is sprayed with water when it in finished
c. a technique in which paint is applied to a dry plaster wall
d. none of the above
A
What color does cobalt-oxide produce?
a. blue-violet
b. red
c. yellow
d. green
C
What characteristics did the architecture from the Gothic period possess?
a. sharp lines, bold color
b. detailed lines, neutral colors
c. elegant lines, light, and color
B
Painters used ____________ to add details to stained glass windows.
a. lead strips
b. enamel emulsion
c. cobalt oxide
d. metallic pieces
B
What is a predella?
a.
the sides of a triptych
b.
a platform on which an altar stands
c.
a winged triptych
d.
none of the above
A
Which of the following is true about Flemish painting?
a.
the art was both symbolic and realistic
b.
the art was symbolic but not realistic
c.
the art was usually non-representational
B
In the above image, what does the white towel in the back of the middle panel represent?
a.
love
b.
purity
c.
a sense of order
d.
truth
B
Which of the following is depicted in the image below?
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a.
The angel Gabriel visits Joseph to tell him to not be afraid, and to take care of Mary and the baby Jesus.
b.
The angel Gabriel tells Mary she will be the mother of Jesus.
c.
John the Baptist baptizes Jesus.
d.
Jesus is born in Bethlehem
D
What traditional Flemish symbols can you identify in the piece below?
a.
fertility
b.
dogs
c.
windows
d.
all of the above
C
What is atmospheric perspective?
a.
The effect produced by rounding objects to appear three-dimensional.
b.
The effect produced by techniques that make objects appear to go back into the distance, creating a realistic look.
c.
The effect produced by diffusion of light in the atmosphere whereby more distant objects have less clarity of outline and are lighter in tone.
D
What did the color purple symbolize in Flemish painting?
a.
the blood of Christ
b.
the Last Judgment
c.
the Holy Spirit
d.
Christ’s royal heritage
C
Which of the following statements is true about the paintings of Flanders?
a.
Artists created individual symbols for their own artwork.
b.
Flemish artists used non-symbolic art.
c.
Artists used commonly understood symbols in their paintings.
d.
none of the above
A
What is a guild?
a.
a union of artists that promise to support one another
b.
an association of people of a certain trade or occupation
c.
people who support the arts
d.
none of the above
C
What is a triptych?
a.
a piece of art with four panels
b.
the name of the Flemish art guild
c.
a piece of art with three panels
d.
the Flemish name for painting
B
Who is depicted in this woodcut?
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a.
St. Mark, patron saint of travelers
b.
St. Christopher, patron saint of travelers
c.
St. Paul, patron saint of travelers
d.
St. Travis, patron saint of children
C
What significant role did printmaking play in the art of the period?
a.
Printing opened the door for female artists.
b.
Printing helped to generate revenue.
c.
Printing helped spread knowledge and art in the forms of illustration.
d.
all of the above
B
What is the first step to masking a woodcut?
a.
The artist draws a sketch on paper and transfers it onto the wood using tracing paper.
b.
A drawing is made on wood.
c.
The artist does the cutting without a drawing.
d.
none of the above
A
Who was Johann Gutenberg?
a.
the inventor of the moveable printing press
b.
a famous woodcut artist
c.
an artist known for his shading ability
d.
all of the above
C
What is William Caxton known for?
a.
He developed a new intaglio technique still used today.
b.
He developed the first printing press in Germany.
c.
He opened the first publishing house in England.
d.
all of the above
D
Printing helped spread knowledge and art in the form of ______________.
a.
paintings
b.
text
c.
sheet music
d.
illustrations
B
Which of the following describes how Martin Schongauer achieved darker lines in metal engravings?
a.
He applied more ink to the engravings.
b.
He engraved deeper lines into the metal.
c.
He used different engraving tools for darker lines.
C
What is intaglio?
a.
a printmaking technique where the image is burned into the surface
b.
a printmaking technique where the image is sketched into the surface
c.
a printmaking technique where the image is incised into the surface
B
What scenes were commonly depicted in woodcuts?
a.
nature scenes
b.
religious scenes or important historical events
c.
mythological scenes
d.
portraits
C
Which of the following was printed by William Caxton’s publishing house?
a.
William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing
b.
The Temptation of Saint Anthony
c.
Geoffrey Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales
d.
all of the above
B
What characteristic method of Roman architecture was used to create The Basilica of San Lorenzo in Florence?
a.
statistics
b.
mathematics
c.
trigonometry
d.
astrology
A
What is an impost block?
a.
a block that is between the column top (capital) and the springing of the rounded arch
b.
another name for a column
c.
a section of the clerestory windows that provides support
d.
none of these
C
Who were the Medicis?
a.
a family of architects during the Renaissance who built famous buildings
b.
a family of artists who produced much of the art in Italy during the 15th century
c.
a wealthy banking family who virtually ruled Florence
d.
a wealthy family of writers during the Renaissance
B
What does the word Renaissance mean?
a.
new birth
b.
rebirth
c.
reconstruction
d.
renewal
D
What was the Foundling Hospital?
a.
a hospital founded by the Medici family
b.
a public orphanage that was constructed by the Medici family
c.
a hospital that was built by Michelangelo
d.
a public orphanage that was constructed by Brunelleschi
A
What role did the Medici family play in Florence?
a.
They gave large amounts of money to artists to build buildings, produce paintings, and sculpt for the inner community.
b.
They were asked to paint numerous paintings for the churches, and sculpt for the inner community.
c.
They regulated the financial aspects of all the patronage of the arts.
d.
all of the above
B
What is patronage?
a.
talking to someone in a condescending way
b.
financial support given by a person or organization
c.
organizing a plan to execute a project
d.
any type of emotional support
A
What was Brunelleschi’s relationship with the Medici family?
a.
He was commissioned frequently by the Medici family for many projects.
b.
He married a Medici daughter and became involved in the family business of banking and patronage.
c.
Both A and B are correct.
NOT D
What did Renaissance architects seek to create?
a.
perfect balance in their architecture
b.
perfect images by using mathematical formulas
c.
perfect symmetry
d.
all of the above
B
What is the image below?
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a.
Church of San Medici
b.
Church of San Lorenzo
c.
Palazzo Church
d.
Foundling Hospital
A
Which artist developed linear perspective?
a.
Brunelleschi
b.
Alberti
c.
Leonardo da Vinci
d.
Rucellai
B
Which of the following statements about the Palazzo Rucellai is true?
a.
It was damaged in a fire.
b.
The facade was never finished.
c.
It was a joint project for Brunelleschi and Alberti.
d.
all of the above
C
What is linear perspective?
a.
a critical approach an artists takes
b.
an artistic interpretation
c.
a method artists use to create the illusion of space
d.
a method that uses only black pencil lines
B
What are orthogonal lines?
a.
any lines on the floor of a painting
b.
imaginary lines that lead to the vanishing point
c.
lines that artists use to create a symmetrical piece
d.
none of the above
D
The dome pictured below is part of which structure?
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a.
St.Peter’s Basilica
b.
St. James Cathedral
c.
Palazzo Rucellai
d.
Florence Cathedral
A
What problem did Brunelleschi face in one of his construction projects?
a.
creating a dome that needed no external support
b.
creating a dome that did not show any of the supports
c.
building a dome that the Medici family approved of
d.
all of the above
B
What is the vanishing point?
a.
the point where you can no longer see the image
b.
the point where all imaginary lines converge
c.
the point where the image fades
d.
all of the above
A
What did the invention of linear perspective allow artists to do?
a.
represent the visual world in a realistic way
b.
look critically at the work of other artists
c.
interpret their work in a more creative way
d.
none of the above
C
Where is the vanishing point in the image above?
a.
the top of the arch
b.
the top of the dome
c.
the middle of the doorway
d.
the key
C
Which artist created the building seen in the image below?
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a.
Brunelleschi
b.
Rucellai
c.
Alberti
d.
Florence
C
Which artist created the masterpiece seen above?
a.
Michelangelo
b.
Brunelleschi
c.
Ghiberti
d.
Donatello
C
What was Masaccio best known for?
a.
his perfect execution of showing depth
b.
his creativity
c.
his interest in perspective, architectural style, and classical sculpture
d.
none of the above
C
How was the artist for The Gates of Paradise chosen?
a.
The artist begged to be chosen.
b.
The pope chose the artist.
c.
Artists competed for the opportunity.
d.
Multiple artists worked on the project.
C
How does Donatello’s depiction of Mary Magdalene deviate from others?
a.
He used a different medium than other sculptors.
b.
He shows her true beauty more than other artists.
c.
He shows her as emaciated and ragged.
d.
none of the above
A
What characteristic of Donatello’s work helps to define him?
a.
He explored human emotions and expressions.
b.
He had a perfect sense of the human form.
c.
His sculptures all have a similar face.
d.
all of the above
C
What did Donatello’s use of expression add to his sculptures?
a.
interest
b.
grace and poise
c.
a realistic quality
d.
a mythic beauty
B
Which of the following best describes how Donatello’s David is depicted?
a.
remorseful
b.
angular, boyish, and with confidence
c.
flamboyant, arrogant
d.
muscular, a powerful masculine figure
A
What is depicted in the image below?
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a.
David with his conquest beneath him
b.
Cain after he killed his brother
c.
Daniel with his conquest beneath him
d.
Jacob and Esau
B
Which of the following is considered one of the most famous pieces of art of the Renaissance?
a.
Gates of Glory
b.
Gates of Paradise
c.
Gates of Gold
d.
Gates of Purgatory
C
Masaccio is regarded as one of the most ____________ of the Early Renaissance painters.
a.
artistic
b.
creative
c.
innovative
d.
successful
B
What interesting feature did Alberti use on each floor of the Palazzo Rucellai?
a.
Each floor uses the same columns.
b.
Each floor has a different type of classically inspired column.
c.
Some of the floors do no contain columns.
A
What is the antependium?
a.
It is the front surface of a block altar.
b.
It is the back surface of a block.
c.
It is the top of an altar.
C
How does Masaccio reinforce the one point perspective seen in the house in the image above?
a.
by making the figures in the background darker
b.
by adding the sky and mountains
c.
by diminishing the size of the trees in the background
d.
none of the above
D
What are the red lines in the image below?
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a.
palazzos
b.
vanishing points
c.
orthodontists
d.
orthogonals
B
Which of the following best explains the positive effect of printmaking on the economy of the time period?
a.
Printmaking led to the invention of paper money.
b.
Books were made more quickly and effectively.
c.
Printing presses were cheap, and most citizens owned one.
d.
The Catholic Church increased its revenue due to sales of the Bible.
B
Where is the vanishing point in the image below?
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a.
under the arch
b.
right under the window panes at the end of the hallway
c.
the first row of floor panels
B
What type of artwork is on The Gates of Paradise doors?
a.
fresco
b.
relief
c.
gilded bronze casting
d.
none of the above
C
Which of the following projects was commissioned by popes?
a.
Scrovegni Chapel
b.
Florence Cathedral
c.
Sistine Chapel
d.
all of the above
A
Who painted the image seen below?

a.
Raphael
b.
Michelangelo
c.
Leonardo da Vinci
d.
Donatello

A
Which artist created Pieta, the sculpture seen below?
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a.
Michelangelo
b.
Donatello
c.
Leonardo da Vinci
d.
Raphael
C
What was the Counter-Reformation?
a.
a change that swept over all of Italy
b.
the Protestant disagreement with Catholic practices
c.
a rebuttal from the Catholics to seek internal reform and renewal
d.
a period of Protestant renewal that began with Martin Luther
A
How is tempera paint made?
a.
by binding pigments with egg yolk
b.
by mixing pigments with very hot water
c.
by binding the paint with egg whites
d.
by mixing pigments with oil
C
What is the artistic term for an image of Mary holding her dead son Jesus?
a.
pisa
b.
sacra conversazione
c.
pieta
d.
Madonna
B
Whose self portrait is seen below?
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a.
Raphael
b.
Leonardo da Vinci
c.
Michelangelo
d.
Donatello
A
Which of the following are characteristics of the High Renaissance?
a.
gravity and balance of individual parts to the whole
b.
highly formal architecture and painting
c.
non-religious themes
d.
all of the above
C
Whose self portrait is seen below?
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a.
Raphael
b.
Donatello
c.
Michelangelo
d.
Leonardo da Vinci
A
What was the benefit of using oil versus tempera paint?
a.
Oil paint is more flexible and allows artists to make changes easier.
b.
Oil paint dries faster.
c.
Oil paint uses egg yolk, which allows for deeper colors.
d.
all of the above
D
Which of the following is not one of da Vinci’s contributions to technology?
a.
effect of the moon on tides
b.
modern theory on the formations of the continents
c.
precise observations of human anatomy
d.
ideas for space travel
A
According to the information presented in the lecture, which of the following inventions commonly used today was first designed by Leonardo da Vinci?
a.
a helicopter
b.
a parachute
c.
a flying machine
d.
a water tower
A
Which of the following is true about the Mona Lisa?
a.
It is highly replicated work.
b.
Mona Lisa is Leonardo’s wife
c.
It is da Vinci’s only completed work.
d.
all of the above
C
What is sfumato?
a.
the Italian word for soft light
b.
a strong contrast between light and dark
c.
a technique that visually unifies a painting using a thin layer of tinted varnish
d.
none of the above
B
What is Vitruvian man?
a.
one of Leonardo’s inventions of a machine man
b.
world renowned drawing of the correct human proportions
c.
another name for Leonardo da Vinci
B
What was the original concept of Vitruvian man, according to Roman engineer and architect Vitruvius?
a.
For a man to be perfect, he must be 7 heads long.
b.
For a man to be perfect, his hands and feet would touch the circumference of a circle when extended.
c.
A perfect man is 6 feet and 2 inches tall.
d.
all of the above
B
What symbolism does da Vinci use in his representation of The Last Supper?
a.
a triangle shaped light over the head of Jesus
b.
the shape of Jesus resembles a triangle
c.
Jesus’ hands create a triangle as he reaches for the bread.
d.
all of the above
A
What significance do Leonardo’s technical achievements have?
a.
Scientists have actually built some of them.
b.
He won multiple awards for his inventions.
c.
Many of them were not actually his own drawings.
d.
all of the above
B
What did da Vinci add to the concept of Vitruvian man?
a.
the human body as it fits into a circle
b.
notes written in reverse at the beginning and end of the page
c.
the human body as it fits into a box
C
What is one geometrical fact explained in the lecture that reflects the mathematical technique da Vinci used in The Last Supper?
a.
He doesn?t use mathematics in the painting.
b.
He uses trigonometry to find the exact place where each thing should be located and create the picture plane.
c.
He uses the coffers of the ceiling to place Jesus in the mathematical center, and to create an illusion that extends the room beyond what is visible.
B
What is Plato’s gesture in School Of Athens, and what is meant by it?
a.
He motions towards Earth, signifying that everything can be understood from gathering scientific knowledge from the material earth.
b.
He points up to heaven, signifying that everything is a reflection of Forms that reside in heaven.
c.
He points to the other beings, signifying that everything comes from interaction among beings.
C
What style of portraiture that Raphael uses in The Small Cowper Madonna was likely influenced by Leonardo? (above)
a.
the theme
b.
the characters
c.
the tilt of the head, reflecting a pyramid shape
d.
vanishing point and orthogonals
D
What Master’s influence can be seen in The Small Cowper Madonna? (above)
a.
Bramante
b.
Donatello
c.
Michelangelo
d.
Leonardo da Vinci
A
Which of the following of Raphael?s work makes a reference to a time era known as the Golden Age?
a.
School of Athens
b.
Pope Leo X with his Cardinals
c.
The Small Cowper Madonna
d.
School of Rome
B
What Renaissance technique does Raphael use in School of Athens? (below)
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a.
aerial view
b.
perspective
c.
chiaroscuro
d.
all of the above
A
What is the mood of the painting Pope Leo X with Cardinals?
a.
uneasy, tense
b.
angry, hostile
c.
joyous, merry
d.
tearful, somber
C
What does tromp l’oeil arch mean?
a.
rounded arch
b.
secret arch
c.
fool the eye arch
d.
eye of the needle arch
B
Which of the following techniques, developed by a fellow Renaissance artist, did Raphael use in one of his painting?
a.
sfumato
b.
pyramidal figures
c.
halos
d.
all of the above
A
Who are some of the characters identified in the fresco below?
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a.
names common to the Christian faith – Jesus, Mary, John the Baptist, and many other saints
b.
Raphael himself, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci
c.
Plato and Aristotle
d.
all of the above
B
Which of the following best describes the scene in Disputa?
a.
a portrait of Jesus, John the Baptist, Mary, and the disciples
b.
a dream of heaven that has been opened up
c.
philosophers discussing their perspectives
d.
none of the above
C
It took Michelangelo 4 years to paint the ________ of the Sistine Chapel.
a.
walls
b.
floor
c.
ceiling
d.
columns
B
The Sistine Chapel paintings resulted in a new powerful style in ______ Renaissance.
a.
Low
b.
High
c.
Golden
d.
Florence
B
How did Michelangelo paint the frescoes of the Sistine Chapel?
a.
He separated them by character.
b.
He painted them as a narrative story.
c.
The frescoes are individual and not related to any others.
d.
none of the above
B
What is the name of the sculpture below?
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a.
James
b.
David
c.
Peter
d.
Daniel
C
What is the overall theme of the Sistine Chapel paintings?
a.
religion
b.
the story of David and Goliath
c.
God’s relationship to man
d.
all of the above
C
What physical characteristic does Michelangelo commonly used in his frescoes?
a.
All the bodies have long torsos.
b.
All the faces look similar.
c.
He uses strong muscular forms.
d.
all of the above
C
How does Michelangelo emphasize that God made Adam in his own image in The Creation of Adam?
a.
Adam’s hand is touching God’s.
b.
They are looking at one another.
c.
Adam’s form and pose mimic God’s.
d.
They are seated on the same cloud.
A
What is Pieta?
a.
a sculpture of Mary holding Jesus’ body
b.
a sculpture of David
c.
a painting of the Creation of Man
d.
a self-portrait of Michelangelo
D
What were Michelangelo’s feelings about painting in the Sistine Chapel?
a.
He was overjoyed.
b.
He was honored.
c.
He was argumentative with the pope.
d.
He was less than happy.
A
In addition to being a religious symbol, the statue David also _______________________.
a.
served as a reminder of Florence’s republican state
b.
warned the people that they should obey the church
c.
symbolized the city of Florence
d.
all of the above
B
What family did Michelangelo become the chief artist for?
a.
Medicio
b.
Medici
c.
Medicino
d.
Florentine
Oil
What was responsible for increased flexibility in painting, and allowed artists to make changes more easily?
C
What does The Small Cowper Madonna (above) demonstrate about Raphael?
a.
the influence of Michelangelo
b.
his religious devotion
c.
his technical skills and style from his teacher Perugino
d.
all of the above
B
Which of the following is an example of how innovative Leonardo da Vinci was in his artwork?
a.
his use of shading
b.
his use of chiaroscuro
c.
his invention ideas
d.
none of the above
B
The three master artists of the High Renaissance were __________.
a.
Jan van Eyck, Michelangelo, Raphael
b.
Michelangelo, Raphael, Leonardo da Vinci
c.
Donatello, Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael
d.
Michelangelo, Donatello, Jan van Eyck
A
What is happening in the scene below the heavens in Disputa?
a.
The popes, bishops, and philosophers are anxious and are awaiting a union.
b.
The popes, bishops, and philosophers are engaging in conversation.
c.
The popes, bishops, and philosophers are not aware of the scene above.
By placing figures in the center of the painting.
How does Raphael show how important a figure is in School of Athens?
4
One major change that occurred during the High Renaissance time period was that artists began to be __________.

commissioned by just the Catholic church
commissioned by just the aristocracy
commissioned by the aristocracy and guilds
commissioned by private sources

Pope Julius II
Who commissioned Michelangelo to paint the Sistine Chapel?
C
Which of the following statements about Raphael’s work is true?
a.
Near the end of his life, he produced his best and most famous pieces.
b.
Near the end of his life, he did not produce any work himself, but rather used his name on all his assistants work.
c.
Near the end of his life, he had many assistants to help him, which produced uneven work.
d.
none of the above
B
How does the painting Pope Leo X with Cardinals reflect the high prestige of the papacy?
a.
the respect he commands from the Cardinals
b.
the Pope is dressed in magnificent clothing
c.
the expression on his face
d.
the abundant feast on the table
C
What technique does da Vinci use in The Last Supper to create depth?
a.
chiaroscuro
b.
sfumato
c.
perspective
d.
vanishing point
D
Who led the Protestant Reformation?
a.
Martin Lawrence
b.
Martin Luther II
c.
Martin Luthley
d.
Martin Luther
B
How are the Sistine Chapel paintings arranged?
a.
They begin at the entrance of the chapel and go to the altar.
b.
They begin at the altar and end near the chapel entrance.
c.
They begin at the pope’s chair and lead to the entrance.
d.
They begin on the floor and end at the pinnacle of the ceiling.
D
Leonardo Da Vinci, also referred to as a Renaissance man, was a dedicated ________ and _________.

a.
artist…psychologist
b.
athlete…scientist
c.
pilot…artist
d. artist…scientist

B
Which of these artists designed the Great Grotto in Boboli Gardens?
a.
Bramante
b.
Buontalenti
c.
Brandt
d.
Brönte
A
What is one major contributing feature to the Tempietto? (below)
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a.
the stepped Doric columns and the frieze
b.
the entrance way
c.
the arched windows inside
A
What is Bramante credited with?
a.
He introduced the High Renaissance style of architecture.
b.
He designed the first grotto.
c.
He designed the Vitruvian man.
d.
all of the above
B
Which of the following features could be found in more exotic grottos?
a.
a guard
b.
a fountain or pool
c.
a garden
d.
a fruit orchard
B
What classic principles did Bramante combine in his work Tempietto?
a.
the classic principles of Michelangelo and architect Alberti
b.
the classic principles of Vitruvius and architect Alberti
c.
the classic principles of Vitruvius and architect Brunelleschi
d.
none of the above
C
Which of these architects developed the St. Peter’s basilica that exists today, and what were his changes from the original design?
a.
Bramante rebuilt it with a central-plan design.
b.
Michelangelo developed it with unified space and a spherical dome.
c.
Carlo Maderno extended the nave to 636 feet, and added a new facade.
B
What is a grotto?
a.
a garden in front of the churches
b.
a recess typically made of irregular stones and covered with artificial foliage
c.
a stone pathway leading to the back of the nave of the church
d.
none of the above
B
What is the Tempietto, seen below?
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a.
a small tomb built by Bramante, in the courtyard of St. James Cathedral
b.
a small tomb built by Bramante, in the courtyard of San Pietro in Montorio
c.
a tower built by Bramante in the front of St. James Cathedral
d.
a tower built by Michelangelo in the front of St. James Cathedral
A
What purpose did a grotto serve?
a.
a place where one could commune with nymphs and muses, and escape the summer heat
b.
a place for women to socialize without the company of men
c.
a place containing shrines to local deities
d.
all of the above
B
Who commissioned Bramante to build the structure below?
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a.
Pope Julius II
b.
Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand
c.
the Catholic Diocese
d.
Michelangelo
C
Which of the following is Giorgione most well known for?
a.
still life paintings
b.
portraits
c.
pastorals
d.
woodcuts

Please select the best answer from the choices provided

A
B
C
D

C
How are the nudes in the images below depicted differently?
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a.
the nude in the painting on the left is depicted more erotic than maternal
b.
the nude in the painting on the right is depicted more realistically
c.
the nude in the painting on the left is depicted more maternal than erotic
d.
the nude in the painting on the right is depicted more maternal than erotic
A
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What does the sensuous quality of this piece suggest was its inspiration?
a.
classic mythical beauty as well as flesh-and-blood beauty
b.
purity and simplicity
c.
the beauty of a woman
d.
all of the above

D
What is Correggio’s most famous piece?
a.
Fall of the Giants
b.
The Abduction of Ganymede
c.
The Tempest
d.
Assumption of the Virgin
A
Correggio was known for creating _________ and ____________ effects.
a.
dramatic; theatrical
b.
bold; shocking
c.
allegories; special
d.
all of the above
C
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What artist is depicted in the image above?
a.
Correggio
b.
Giorgione
c.
Titian
d.
Urbino

B
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What is the name of the painting above?
a.
The Temptation
b.
The Tempest
c.
Assumption of the Virgin
d.
Pesaro Madonna

A
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What technique of Leonardo da Vinci’s is demonstrated in the fresco seen above?
a.
sfumato
b.
chiaroscuro
c.
linear perspective
d.
tenebrism

B
Who was Titian most inspired by?
a.
Correggio
b.
Giorgione
c.
Caravaggio
d.
Urbino
C
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Who was the above piece painted for?
a.
the Duke of Turbano
b.
the Duke of Glouchster
c.
the Duke of Urbino
d.
the Earl of Sandwich

A
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Why was the painting above so controversial?
a.
The heads of the Inquisition felt it was offensive, unfocused, and blasphemous.
b.
It was too realistic for some.
c.
Some of the models for characters in the painting died from mysterious circumstances.
d.
Jesus is not pictured in the painting.

B
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What artist painted the above image of The Last Supper?
a.
Veronese
b.
Tintoretto
c.
Titian
d.
Raphael

A
All of the following encompass the style of Mannerism except _________.
a.
using simplistic subjects
b.
using highly skilled techniques
c.
enhancing self-elegance and grace
d.
enhancing beauty
C
Which of the following best illustrates Tinoretto’s planning techniques?
a.
He used models to pose for him for hours until it was perfect.
b.
He carefully drew every figure to be exact before he painted.
c.
He created a small scale model with wax figures.
d.
all of the above
A
What artist painted the image below?
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a.
Bronzino
b.
Brazio
c.
Branzio
d.
Medici
C
What was Tintoretto’s painting goal in The Last Supper?
a.
to paint with the precision of Titian
b.
to combine Michelangelo’s drawing with Veronese’s colors
c.
to combine Titian’s color with Michelangelo’s drawing
d.
none of the above
B
What is Mannerism?
a.
a style from the 16th century that suggested wealth, and power
b.
a style from the 16th century that suggested elegance, self-awareness, and sometimes artificial grace
c.
a style from the 16th century characterized by noticeably elongated faces, necks, and arms
d.
none of the above
C
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Why is the painting above considered a hallmark of 16th century painting?
a.
the use of light, the medium
b.
the color choices, the clothing, and the use of light
c.
the architectural details, vibrant and vivid colors, theatrical and realistic
d.
all of the above

C
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Who is the artist and what is the title of the piece above?
a.
Pantoro, Tombmento
b.
Titian, Entombmento
c.
Pontormo, Entombment
d.
Pontormo, Atonement

A
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How are the emotional aspects of the fresco above expressed?
a.
through the odd pose, the scale of the piece, as well as the contrasting colors
b.
through the deep shadows of the figures
c.
through the expressions on the faces
d.
through the movements of the figures

A
Albrecht Durer was a very versatile artist. Which of the following is not one of Durer’s accomplishments?
a.
He led a group of artists to use bolder colors.
b.
He was considered the greatest printmaker of all time.
c.
He was equally successful at religious and secular subjects.
d.
He had a major influence on the development of European art.

Please select the best answer from the choices provided

A
B
C
D

C
What is iconoclasm?
a.
rejection of using religion in art
b.
the Protestant’s prejudice towards Catholics
c.
the smashing of religious imagery
d.
protecting religious imagery
B
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Who is known for the following quote?

“The dignity of the artist lies in his duty of keeping awake the sense of wonder in the world. In this long vigil he often has to vary his methods of stimulation; but in this long vigil he is also himself striving against a continual tendency to sleep.”

a.
Matthias Grünwald

b.
Marc Chagall

c.
Albrecht Altdorfer

d.
Albrecht Dürer

D
How was art affected by the Reformation?
a.
Artists had to leave their homes to seek patronage in other lands.
b.
Much art was destroyed for containing religious imagery.
c.
The papacy no longer controlled the art world.
d.
All of the above are true.
B
What was the Reformation?
a.
a term for the changes that took place in art world
b.
separation between the Catholic and Protestant churches
c.
when Protestant zealots smashed religious images
d.
none of the above
B
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Who is pictured in the image above?
a.
French King Franco II
b.
French King Francis I
c.
French King Francois I
d.
English King Henry VIII

C
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Why was the king in the above image painted?
a.
Because he was the king and wanted to be honored.
b.
The artist wanted to impress the king.
c.
He was the greatest French patron of Italian Renaissance art.

C
What major change following the Reformation occurred in the 16th century in Europe?
a.
There was a decline in the production of art.
b.
A war between the Catholics and Protestants occurred.
c.
There was a major division between Catholicism and Protestantism throughout Europe.
d.
all of the above
NOT B
The king of France loved the Italian Renaissance so much that he__________________.
a.
modeled his castle in the Italian style
b.
commissioned artists for over 1,000 pieces for his castle
c.
commissioned Leonardo da Vinci to move to France
d.
all of the above
B
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What medium was used to create the piece above?
a.
oil paint
b.
stained glass
c.
mixed mediums
d.
metal engraving

A
What role did Antwerp play in the art of the Netherlands?
a.
It was the international center for trade as well as the commercial artistic center.
b.
Many artists came from this area of the Netherlands.
c.
It provided the funding for community based art commissions.
d.
all of the above
B
El Greco adopted his elongated and encompassing style from the ___________.
a.
Humanists
b.
Mannerists
c.
Greeks
d.
Surrealists
C
Who painted the image below?
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a.
El Greco
b.
Bosch
c.
Bruegel
d.
Antwerp
A
What type of art medium helped artists in the Netherlands earn more income in Antwerp?
a.
graphic arts
b.
sculptural modeling
c.
performance art
d.
all of the above
B
Which of the following best describes the style El Greco adopted for the painting below, titled The Burial of the Count Orgaz?
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a.
mythical and unrealistic
b.
balanced between the lower earthly portion, and the suggested movement in the upper celestial portion
c.
calmness between the expressionless lower portion and the flowing upper portion
A
The image below is ______________.
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a.
a self-portrait
b.
a painting of Bruegel’s daughter
c.
a section of a Bosche tryptich
d.
a painting of El Greco’s wife
A
Which of the following best describes the art of Spain during the Renaissance?
a.
flashy, luxurious textiles, detailed
b.
simplistic, natural
c.
bold, patterned, bright
D
What happened to Spain after the “Invincible Armada”?
a.
Philip ruled the most technically advanced monarchy.
b.
Spain regained control of South America, the Philippines, the Netherlands, and France.
c.
Spain thrived as a result of the defeat.
d.
Spain’s prestige was damaged and naval supremacy was lost.
B
he image below is an example of a __________________.
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a.
tapestry
b.
chasuble
c.
pageantry
A
Which of the following best represents El Greco’s style based on the painting below?
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a.
a combination of iconic Byzantine style and colorful paintings of colorful scenic compositions of Italian painters
b.
a combination of colorful Italian style with the detail of art from the Netherlands
c.
a combination of Netherlands subject matter and Byzantine style
B
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Who is pictured in the image above?
a.
Queen Elizabeth
b.
Princess Elizabeth
c.
Jane Seymour
d.
Catherine of Aragon

A
What does the term “Tudor Court” mean?
a.
refers to the Tudor family that ruled England for over one hundred years
b.
appointed members of the court by the Tudor family
c.
refers to the English parliament
d.
refers to the teachers who educated children of the royal family
B
What building is pictured below?
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a.
Elizabeth Hall, the home of Elizabeth Shewsbury
b.
Hardwick Hall, the home of Elizabeth Shrewsbury
c.
Smythson Hall, the home of Elizabeth Shrewsbury
d.
Hardwick Hall, the home of Elizabeth Smythson
D
Which of the following is true of Levina Bening Teerlinc?
a.
She was the highest paid artist in Henry VIII’s court.
b.
She was involved in Queen Elizabeth’s court.
c.
She was one of Henry VIII’s wives.
d.
A and B are true.
NOT A
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Which of the following best describes Teerlinc’s style in the image above?
a.
realistic
b.
somewhat idealized
c.
casual

A
Who is pictured in the image below?
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a.
Queen Elizabeth
b.
Princess Elizabeth
c.
Jane Seymour
d.
Catherine of Aragon
B
Which of the following had a great impact on royal court painting?
a.
Italian Renaissance
b.
German artists
c.
classical style
d.
all of the above
B
Who was Robert Smythson?
a.
A Flemish painter who painted some of King Henry’s most famous portraits.
b.
England’s first Renaissance professional architect.
c.
One of Queen Elizabeth’s court members and famous portrait artist.
D
Why were there so few religious paintings painted during this time period?
a.
The King ordered against all religious paintings.
b.
England became a Catholic nation.
c.
Artists were put in prison.
d.
none of the above
B
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In the image above, the artist uses the king’s imposing statue and his dress to create a sense of _______.
a.
humility
b.
power
c.
love
d.
anger

C
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How does the church seen above represent an example of Baroque architecture?
a.
the columns and other detailed architecture
b.
the arched doorways and round windows
c.
the proportion of the facade creates dramatic light and dark contrast

A
How do the compositions of Baroque art compare to those of other periods?
a.
The figures seem to move diagonally, expand upward, or overlap their frame.
b.
The figures seem to move horizontally across the piece, and cause the eye to travel across.
c.
The figures include pattern and detail in a centralized location.
C
Which of the following statements is a true comparison of the two sculptures of David pictured below?
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a.
The two sculptures are both famous because they are the only two sculptures of David that were created.
b.
Michelangelo’s David is known for the emotion he shows, and Bernini’s David is known for the openness of space presented in the composition.
c.
The openness of the composition of Michelangelo’s David allows for space that draws the viewer in, and the emotion in Bernini’s David displays the energy of the action and forces the viewer into the event.
d.
Bernini’s David stands in the s-shaped curve inspired by the classical ideals of form and Michelangelo’s David forces the viewer to become part of the action.
C
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What is pictured above?
a.
Palace of Tordesillas
b.
Palace of Valencia
c.
Palace of Versailles
d.
Palace of Notre Dame

A
When did French Baroque architecture reach its peak?
a.
during the rule of Louis XVI
b.
during the rule of Marie Antoinette
c.
during the rule of Henry XV
d.
during the rule of Versailles XV
C
Which of the following techniques was not introduced during the Baroque Period?
a.
impasto
b.
genre painting
c.
sfumato
d.
tenebrism
B
In Baroque art, the artists intend for the viewer to examine the _________ aspects instead of the _____________ aspects of their work.
a.
intellectual; emotional
b.
emotional; intellectual
c.
intellectual; realistic
d.
realistic; emotional
B
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Who was the architect of the church seen above?
a.
Bramoni
b.
Borromini
c.
Bernini
d.
Balboa

D
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What traditional Baroque characteristics can you identify in the piece above?
a.
open composition
b.
emotionality
c.
diagonal composition
d.
all of the above

C
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Which artist painted the image above?
a.
Juan Cortanez
b.
Juan Sanchez Cort
c.
Juan Sánchez Cotán
d.
Sanchez Corta

A
What is pictured below?
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a.
baldacchino
b.
basilica
c.
balacchino
d.
piazza
B
What is tenebrism?
a.
the three dimensional effect light creates
b.
a style of painting using sharp contrasts of light and dark
c.
the shadows created by the artist
d.
none of the above
B
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How does the artist create tension in the piece above?
a.
the shadows that are created
b.
the poses of the women and the intense lighting used in the scene
c.
showing only half the faces

NOT D
What common themes are present in Spanish Baroque art?
a.
Biblical scenes
b.
realism
c.
martyrdom
d.
all of the above
C
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How does the artist create movement in the painting above?
a.
The figures are blurry and appear to be in motion.
b.
The figures are holding Jesus’ body to lay him to rest.
c.
The figures move diagonally to create a triangular composition.

A
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What does the image above depict?
a.
Cornaro Chapel, a funerary chapel
b.
Coronado Chapel, a funerary chapel
c.
Conadaro Chapel, a funerary chapel

B
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Who is the artist of the piece above?
a.
Bernini
b.
Artemisia Gentileschi
c.
Caravaggio
d.
Giovanni Battista Gaulli

NOT C
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Which of Caravaggio’s traditions does the artist use in the image above?
a.
tenebrism
b.
emphasize figures in the foreground
c.
drawing the viewer into the scene
d.
all of the above

A
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What did Bernini have in mind when he designed the chapel seen above?
a.
to create a rich, theatrical setting dedicated to the Spanish saint Teresa of Avila
b.
to create a simplified but decorative setting dedicated to Saint Ann
c.
to create a traditional and ornate setting for the Spanish saint Guadalupe

B
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Who was the artist of the piece above clearly inspired by?
a.
Caravaggio
b.
Bernini
c.
Artemisia Gentileschi
d.
Diego Velasquez

B
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Who painted the image above?
a.
Pieter Lastman
b.
Rembrandt van Rijn
c.
Nicolaes Tulp
d.
Rachel Ruysch

D
What is vanitas?
a.
a type of painting that displays everyday objects
b.
reminds the viewer not to focus on material possessions
c.
a type of painting that has a mirrored reflection
d.
reminds the viewer of the transience of life and material possessions
D
Who did Rembrandt study under?
a.
Pieter Claesz
b.
Rachel Ruysch
c.
Nicolaes Tulp
d.
Pieter Lastman
A
Which of these artists was one of the first Dutch still life painters?
a.
Pieter Claesz
b.
Rachel Ruysch
c.
Anthony van Dyck
B
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Who painted the image above?
a.
Peter Paul Rollins
b.
Peter Paul Rubens
c.
Peter Paul Rodan
d.
John Paul Jones

A
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What techniques did the artist of the above image use that emphasized the Baroque style?
a.
sharp diagonal composition and deep tenebrism
b.
a strong contrast between good and evil
c.
detail oriented to capture the viewers attention
d.
all of the above

B
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What is depicted in the image above?
a.
King Henry I dressed casually for the hunt and standing on a bluff overlooking a distant view of the country.
b.
King Charles I dressed casually for the hunt and standing on a bluff overlooking a distant view of the country.
c.
Rubens himself dressed casually for the hunt and standing on a bluff overlooking a distant view of the country.

C
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What Baroque style technique does the artist use in the composition above?
a.
diagonally to create interest
b.
horizontally to give a strong sense of space
c.
diagonally to give a strong sense of space
d.
vertically to give a strong sense of space

B
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What is the theme of the piece above?
a.
the human existence
b.
the inevitable passage of time and the fleeting life of human beings
c.
the evolution of life, the party, the fun, and then the end

C
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What are some of the Flemish and Dutch traditions the artist used in the image above?
a.
use of bright colors mixed with neutral colors such as white, brown, and cream
b.
plain background coupled with everyday objects
c.
maximum contrast of textures within a color scheme of white, grays, and browns
d.
all of the above

B
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What does the light do in the painting above?
a.
It creates a mysterious mood.
b.
It creates a somber mood and unifies the work.
c.
It creates peacefulness and tranquility.

B
What were the main differences between French and English Baroque painting?
a.
English Baroque painting had a strong Italian Baroque influence, not seen as much in French painting.
b.
French Baroque painting had a strong Italian Baroque influence, not seen as much in English painting.
c.
English Baroque painting displayed high contrast of light and shadow.
d.
English Baroque painting had a strong Dutch Baroque influence, not seen as much in French painting.
C
Most of the artwork in England was produced to______________________.
a.
honor the family
b.
give as gifts
c.
keep family records
C
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Why is the image above considered the epitome of French Baroque?
a.
There is symmetry of the buildings.
b.
There is a monochromatic color scheme.
c.
It is theatrical, exuberant and lavish.

A
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Who is the artist of the image above?
a.
Antoine Le Nain
b.
Georges de la Tour
c.
Christopher Wren
d.
The artist is unknown.

C
Which of the following was an architect who dominated English Baroque architecture?
a.
Christopher Penn
b.
Christopher de la Tour
c.
Christopher Wren
d.
Christopher Jens
C
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Where on the church pictured above can you locate evidence of Baroque influence?
a.
There are dramatic towers on both sides of the dome.
b.
The frieze has a detailed, ornate, bas relief.
c.
The facade contains deep porticos which cause a dramatic play of light and shadow.
d.
none of the above

C
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Which of the following artists had a direct influence on the artist of the above painting?
a.
Titian
b.
Correggio
c.
Caravaggio
d.
Pouissin

B
Who expanded the Palace of Versailles to its present size?
a.
Louis X
b.
Louis XIV
c.
Georges de la Tour
d.
Antoine Le Nain
C
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What is the name of the piece above?
a.
Landscape with Socrates on a Hill
b.
Landscape of Ruin
c.
Landscape with Saint John on Patmos
d.
Saint Peter on the Isle of Patmos

B
What is a tangka?
a.
a Tibetan scroll-like painting of a generous deity
b.
a Tibetan scroll-like painting of a wrathful deity
c.
a Indian scroll-like painting of a generous deity
d.
a Indian scroll-like painting of a wrathful deity
C
What medium was used primarily for Buddhist art in Nepal?
a.
rubberwood
b.
marble
c.
metal
d.
cypress
B
This metalwork sculpture is an example of _________.

a.
Buddhist art in Tibet
b.
Buddhist art in Nepal
c.
Buddhist art in India
d.
Hindu art

C
What is bhakti?
a.
a type of devotional art that depicts the Buddha on large hand-woven panels
b.
a Hindu manuscript
c.
a Hindu devotional movement
d.
a scroll-like painting of Hindu gods
C
What building is pictured above?
a.
Tal Mahal
b.
Taj Mahan
c.
Taj Mahal
d.
Tal Mahaj
C
What are two types of Buddhism?
a.
Mayvana and Thevada
b.
Mayana and Theravana
c.
Mahayana and Theravada
A
Which of the following describes the scene in the image above?
a.
Krishna is sitting with a group of women while another woman is jealous.
b.
Krishna is sitting among his many wives.
c.
Krishna is teaching the women in the scene.
d.
Krishna is sitting with his many sisters.
A
What is depicted in the image above?
a.
an early Bon teacher of the 8th century from the Shangshung Kingdom
b.
an early Bon teacher of the 7th century from the Shang Kingdom
c.
an early Shang teacher from the 7th century from the Bon Kingdom
d.
an early Shang teacher from the 8th century from the Bon Kingdom
B
What would you see if you looked in the pool in front of the building above?
a.
carved Islamic symbols from the Qur’an
b.
a vision of Paradise as described in the Qur’an
c.
images of religious stories
d.
none of the above
C
What is depicted in the image above?
a.
a deity associated with honor and respect
b.
a deity associated with charity and faith
c.
a deity associated with truth and overcoming obstacles
B
Which of these characteristics are typical of Korean artwork?
a.
action scenes
b.
vast, panoramic views and botanical themes
c.
aristocratic figures
d.
all of the above
A
What does the image above depict?
a.
the lake region in the artist’s home area
b.
the Northern Great Mountains
c.
the Buddhist Four Sacred Mountains
d.
the Qiao and Hua mountains
B
What is literati?
a.
a type of calligraphy
b.
refers to the scholarly class
c.
Chinese art that contains all of the elements of nature
d.
none of the above
B
What is silhak?
a.
the most sacred of all Korean instruments
b.
a truly Korean style that emphasizes the study of things Korean
c.
a traditional Korean male hat
d.
the Korean word for picnic
C
What is going on in the image above?
a.
The evil men have come to rob the women.
b.
The aristocratic men and women are eating in the park.
c.
Korean gentleman are enjoying themselves in the countryside with a group of female entertainers.
d.
Korean male musicians are training female students.
B
Which of the following best describes the style in which the artist painted the image above?
a.
painted with great naturalism
b.
resembles more archaic paintings for a previous great dynasty and era
c.
very realistic and detailed, common to Chinese painting
d.
all of the above
D
What basic Chinese elements are displayed in the image above?
a.
mountains
b.
rivers
c.
trees
d.
all of the above
B
What other characteristics in the silk painting above were commonly used in court paintings?
a.
flowers and birds
b.
the large format and multiplication of details
c.
bright and bold colors
d.
all of the above
C
In literati painting, painting is not done to capture likeness, it is done for ______________.
a.
the audience
b.
nature
c.
the artist
d.
money
B
The painting above is done entirely with ___________.
a.
watercolors
b.
ink
c.
pencil
d.
tempera
C
During what period was calligraphy most well-known?
a.
Momoyama
b.
Edo
c.
Muromachi
d.
Maruyama-Shijo
C
How was the castle seen above different from other Japanese castles?
a.
The focus of the country had changed and was reflected in the architecture.
b.
The rooftops were curved at the ends.
c.
European muskets and cannons changed Japanese warfare and subsequently influenced Japanese architecture.
d.
Style was placed at a higher priority than defensive capabilities.
A
Which of the following is true about Japanese calligraphy and painting?
a.
There is a philosophical link in the importance of the present moment in Zen, and the necessity of rapt attention to the present moment in the creation of one of these paintings.
b.
There is a philosophical link in the importance of the present moment in Zen, and how the artist lays down the brush.
c.
There is a philosophical link in the importance of the present moment in Zen, and how the artist represents the idea he or she portrays.
D
What is Zen?
a.
a form of meditative Hinduism
b.
a period of Japanese art
c.
an approach to everyday problems
d.
none of the above
B
What form of art is the image above?
a.
watercolor
b.
woodcut
c.
ink wash painting
d.
tempera
B
What is the focus of Japanese art?
a.
complexity
b.
nature and its simplicity, beauty, and power
c.
the four elements of nature
d.
all of the above
D
What period is the piece above from?
a.
Muromachi
b.
Momoyama
c.
Maruyama
d.
Edo
B
How does the painting above differ from the paintings of other periods?
a.
It incorporates more color variation.
b.
It incorporates volume through shading and perspective.
c.
It incorporates more details in the tree branches.
d.
none of the above
NOT D
What have the dry gardens (like the one above) been interpreted to represent?
a.
the path to enlightenment
b.
volume through shading and perspective
c.
thoughts
d.
the lack of water that can take life
B
What is the name of the castle above?
a.
Heiji Castle
b.
Himeji Castle
c.
Himeju Castle
d.
Kyeji Castle
B
What is the name of the figure above?
a.
bwami byeri
b.
nlo byeri
c.
biiga byeri
d.
uli byeri
NOT B
What does the other world spouse represent?
a.
the highest marks of beauty
b.
having children
c.
being married
d.
all of the above
C
What is nkanda?
a.
the West African word for “Force Publique”
b.
the vigor of the initiate
c.
initiation rights
C
What do the exaggerated features of a biiga doll represent?
a.
prosperity
b.
wealth
c.
fertility and health
d.
wisdom
A
What does the mask above symbolize?
a.
the connection between the ancestors in the living and dead community
b.
the elders who have died
c.
good spirits
d.
evil spirits
C
What do initiation rituals represent in the bwami system of the Lega people?
a.
a new birth
b.
admittance to the tribe
c.
moving up in status or levels
d.
a girl becoming a woman
B
What is a kikaku?
a.
an initiation rights ceremony
b.
a three-sided roofed enclosure
c.
the Democratic Republic of the Congo
d.
a fertility doll
B
Inspiration sources, such as a surface design system called ______, are still rooted in tradition.
a.
ubi
b.
uli
c.
lui
d.
ilu
B
Who is the artist of the painting above?
a.
Julie Biiga
b.
Julie Mehretu
c.
Julie Byeri
d.
Julie Kikaku
C
What major change took place with the arrival of contemporary African art?
a.
more textiles and less sculpture
b.
brighter, bolder colors
c.
adoption of modern materials
d.
none of the above
C
How were the Aztec pyramids different from traditional Egyptian pyramids?
a.
Aztec pyramids were built as castles for the kings.
b.
Aztec pyramids were built by the king to commemorate the queen that died.
c.
Aztec pyramids were built for the living so that they could worship their deities and to offer human sacrifices.
d.
Aztec pyramids were made of wood rather than stone.
A
How did the Aztec people decide where to settle?
a.
They had seen an eagle perched on a prickly pear cactus.
b.
They asked the gods.
c.
They followed a map passed down from ancestors.
d.
The wandered until they found an ample supply of water.
C
What role are textiles believed to have played in Incan culture?
a.
used as decorative clothing used for rituals
b.
used to identify a person’s profession
c.
indicated a person’s ethnic identity and social rank
B
What is this headdress made from?
a.
eagle feathers
b.
quetzal bird feathers
c.
ostrich feathers
d.
cactus wren feathers
D
Which of the following describes the symbolism of the tunic above?
a.
The four-part motif may refer to the Land of the Four Quarters.
b.
The checkerboard patterns are thought to designate military officers and royal escorts.
c.
The colors and patterns appear to have been standardized like uniforms.
d.
all of the above
B
Who was the ruler of the Aztec empire when the Spanish conquest began?
a.
Moctezimo
b.
Moctezuma
c.
Xiuhtecuhtli
d.
Tenochtitlan
C
The Inca valued gold and silver for their ________________.
a.
power
b.
monetary value
c.
religious and symbolic value
d.
color
NOT D
What is depicted in the image above?
a.
the history of how the Aztec people won their land
b.
the capital whose founding is an essential part of mythology
c.
the hardships the Aztecs have had to endure
d.
the founding of the capital of the Inca empire
B
What does the page above describe?
a.
the chronology of Aztec kings
b.
the Aztec world view before the Spanish conquest
c.
how the world will be destroyed
C
What is located in each corner of the page above?
a.
the gods of sun, rain, fire, and water
b.
the four evil spirits to avoid
c.
deities who could see everyone’s thoughts and deeds
A
What is quillwork?
a.
soaking porcupine and bird quills with natural dyes and working them into surface patterns on other objects
b.
using a quill pen made from birds to paint ink symbols on bodies
c.
a type of sewing of the women of the Sioux tribe
d.
using a quill pen made from the feather of an eagle to draw tribal symbols on the walls of a teepee
C
What are the three techniques used in basket weaving?
a.
coiling, weaving, roping
b.
coiling, twilling, twisting
c.
coiling, twining, plaiting
d.
crimping, twining, plaiting
B
What did the Northwest coast tribes believe they descended from?
a.
sea animals
b.
a mythic animal
c.
birds
d.
the earth mother
A
What is depicted above?
a.
Chilkat Blanket
b.
Sioux Blanket
c.
Pueblo Blanket
d.
Quillwork Blanket
C
What is the focus of woodlands art?
a.
respecting the earth
b.
necessities
c.
personal adornment
d.
honoring the ancestors
D
Plains men recorded their exploits in paintings on all of the following except:
a.
teepee linings
b.
teepee covers
c.
buffalo-hide robes
d.
cow-hide robes
B
What imagery was important to the Northwest coast tribes?
a.
pattern
b.
animals
c.
fictional
d.
religious
B
What is plaiting?
a.
the sewing together of a vertical warp
b.
a technique which involves weaving strips over and under one another
c.
sewing together a spiraling foundation of rods with some other material
d.
none of the above
B
What Native American tribe created the shoulder bag seen above?
a.
Delaware People in Mississippi
b.
Delaware People in Kansas
c.
Delaware People in Delaware
d.
Delaware People in Alaska
D
Which of the following was not considered a form of personal adornment?
a.
tattoos
b.
body paint
c.
elaborate dress
d.
All of the above are forms of personal adornment.
B
What is depicted in the image above?
a.
Moai temple
b.
Maori Meeting House
c.
Polynesian museum
d.
Aborigine Meeting House
B
Where on their bodies did the Maori men have tattoos?
a.
on their faces and the soles of their feet
b.
on their faces and the lower body between the waist and knees
c.
on their faces and the upper torso
d.
on their necks and arms
B
The x -ray style in this image is characteristic of ____________ art.
a.
Polynesian
b.
Aboriginal
c.
Pacific Island
d.
Maori
C
Why was tattooing such an important part of the culture in Oceania?
a.
It was a rite of passage.
b.
It told the family history.
c.
It indicated personal rank.
d.
It told the person’s age.
B
What are the figures above believed to be?
a.
Moai gods
b.
ancestor figures or memorials to dead chiefs
c.
prayer sculptures
d.
demons from the underworld
B
What purpose did the piece above serve?
a.
It was placed on the front doors of houses to ward off evil.
b.
It adorned storehouses and meeting houses.
c.
It was a prayer sculpture placed in shrines.
d.
none of the above
C
What feeling(s) is the figure above supposed to create?
a.
humor
b.
obedience
c.
fear and power
d.
anger and frustration
C
Which of the following were the Maori people known for?
a.
totem poles
b.
ivory sculptures
c.
woodcarving
d.
cave painting
D
What country are the Maori from?
a.
Tahiti
b.
Australia
c.
Easter Island
d.
New Zealand
A
What happened to the figures from Easter Island in 1978?
a.
They were restored to their original condition.
b.
They were moved, and some of them were lost.
c.
They were damaged in a severe storm.
d.
They were torn down in a local riot.
D
Who painted the image above?
a.
Francois Boucher
b.
Jean-Honore Fragonard
c.
Jean-Antoine Watteau
d.
Giovanni Battista Teipolo
A
What is Boucher most well-known for?
a.
mythological scenes
b.
perfect detail
c.
perspective
d.
tenebrism
C
What is an arabesque?
a.
an architectural decoration with straight lines
b.
an architectural decoration painted in gold
c.
an architectural decoration with flowing lines and swirling shapes
d.
a French salon decorated in Rococo style
C
What does the word Rococo describe?
a.
a fun, joyous, and casual style
b.
a classically influenced style
c.
a fanciful, refined, and playful style
B
Who is the artist most closely associated with Parisian Rococo?
a.
Jean-Antoine Watteau
b.
Francois Boucher
c.
Johann Balthasar Neumann
d.
Jean-Honore Fragonard
B
What are some techniques the French used to create the fanciful playfulness that Rococo art is known for?
a.
oversized windows and bold colors
b.
mirror reflections and delicate ornamentation
c.
robust figures and sensual feel
d.
none of the above
B
Which of the following paintings is considered the epitome of French Rococo painting?
a.
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b.
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c.
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d.
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NOT B
Who is considered the founder of the French Rococo style of painting?
a.
Jean-Antoine Watteau
b.
Jean-Honore Fragonard
c.
Johann Balthasar Neumann
d.
Jean-Luc Kaisersaal
NOT A
What classic Rococo features can be seen in the image above?
a.
delicately curved forms
b.
white-and-gold color scheme
c.
luxury
d.
all of the above
B
The word “Rococo” comes from a combination of which two languages?
a.
French and Dutch
b.
French and Portuguese
c.
French and German
d.
French and Spanish
D
How does the image above depict the revival of the Neoclassical style?
a.
the objects
b.
costume and architecture
c.
classical themes
d.
all of the above
B
During the Italian Revival, the ___________ style of architecture soon became the most sought after style.
a.
Baroque
b.
Neoclassical
c.
Romanesque
d.
Gothic
A
Which styles are evident in the image above?
a.
Rococo and Enlightenment
b.
Baroque and Enlightenment
c.
Neoclassical and Enlightenment
d.
Baroque and Neoclassical
NOT A
How does the artist include an element of role reversal in the image above?
a.
there are no men, to emphasize they are not the most important
b.
the only male figure in the painting is a bust of her father, who acts as her muse
c.
the artist plays the role of the usual “male”
C
What was the artist’s purpose with the painting above?
a.
She wanted to prove herself as a teacher.
b.
She wanted to show her skill with color.
c.
She wanted to answer sexist rumors about her paintings.
d.
She wanted to create the most expensive painting of her time.
C
What part of the image above exhibits a Rococo influence?
a.
the dramatic quality
b.
the dark contrast with the figures
c.
feminine charms in lavish manner
C
What significance does the painting above have?
a.
The figures are three of the most prominent female artists of the time.
b.
This painting was the first painting by a female to be displayed.
c.
It helped counter the restrictions placed on women artists.
B
Many British patrons preferred their portraits to be set in ________________ backgrounds.
a.
modern and elegant
b.
classical and historical
c.
graceful and cheerful
d.
religious and somber
A
What served as the inspiration for the building above?
a.
Villa Rotunda by Palladio
b.
Villa Rotida by Palladio
c.
Villa Mariana by Palladio
d.
Villa Estonia by Palladio
A
How did the artist of the above painting attempt to elevate the portrait to a higher status?
a.
by using classical and mythological themes
b.
by including more technical aspects
c.
by including linear perspective and vanishing point
d.
by adding a child to the painting
B
Why does the above painting fit the Neoclassical style?
a.
the subtleness
b.
restrained drama of this scene
c.
the classical influence of the figure
d.
the bright colors used
C
Who painted the image above?
a.
Jacques Copley
b.
John Singleton Copley
c.
Jacques-Louis David
d.
Jacques Horatii
C
What did Houdon use as a prototype for the sculpture above?
a.
classical gods
b.
classical Biblical figures
c.
classical athletes
d.
all of the above
B
What was the Enlightenment period?
a.
a period in time when meditation and prayer became popular
b.
a period in time in which progress through reason was highly valued
c.
a period in time when people first began to value higher education
d.
a period in time when art was scorned by the highly educated
B
Who is depicted in the sculpture above?
a.
Thomas Jefferson
b.
George Washington
c.
Samuel Adams
d.
Jean-Antoine Houdon
B
Which of the following best describes Jean-Antoine Houdon’s style?
a.
realistic and statuesque
b.
a combination of naturalism and a new classical style
c.
poised, life-like
C
How did Jacques-Louis David treat the image above differently than a Baroque artist might?
a.
David created a simplistic scene rather than the luxurious Baroque scenes.
b.
David did not use dramatic colors.
c.
David played down the drama to show a quiet, still, aftermath.
C
Why do you think the artist include the inscription on the wooden desk in the image above?
a.
symbolism
b.
to tell the viewer who the image depicts
c.
to demonstrate a tombstone
A
How did art change during the Enlightenment period?
a.
There was a renewed interest in Greco-Roman and Classical works.
b.
Artists shunned classical works in favor of modern art.
c.
Classical portraiture became very popular.
d.
Artists began to design woodcuts and stained glass works.
A
Why did Jefferson adopt Neoclassicism as the official style of government architecture?
a.
He felt that the U.S. should free itself from British art influence and instead look to Republican Rome for artistic inspiration.
b.
After taking a trip to Rome and Greece following the U.S. independence from Britain, he wanted to recreate the same style.
c.
He wanted to create a “new look” in the United States.
d.
It was part of a peace alliance deal between the U.S. and Italy and Greece.
NOT C
Who painted the image above?
a.
Francois Rude
b.
Francisco Goya
c.
Eugene Delacroix
d.
Theodore Gericault
C
What does the scene above depict?
a.
a volunteer army that had halted the Prussian invasion in 1792-1793
b.
a scene from the French Revolution
c.
the revolt to overthrow the monarchial line after Napoleon
B
Why is the above painting representative of the Romantic period?
a.
It contains a high contrast of light and dark.
b.
It is highly emotional, idealized, and full of feeling.
c.
It depicts a scene of love.
d.
all of the above
A
What is depicted in the scene above?
a.
the personification of Reason
b.
the consequence of sin
c.
despair
d.
the fear of dreams
D
What does the white figure in the scene above symbolize?
a.
submission
b.
purity
c.
humility
d.
a Christ-like figure
NOT B
Who painted the image above?
a.
Theodore Gericault
b.
Eugene Delacroix
c.
Caspar David Friedrich
d.
James Mallord William Turner
B
What was the painting above designed to speak to?
a.
fact
b.
feeling
c.
logic
d.
reason
A
How does the structure of the composition help to define the feeling of the piece above?
a.
the diagonal composition of the bodies creates a climactic feel
b.
the horizontal line creates a heightened sense of action
c.
the sharp edges of the bodies indicate the harshness of the subject
D
Which of the following Romantic characteristics can be seen in the painting above?
a.
current subject matter
b.
dramatic lighting
c.
off balance composition
d.
all of the above
B
What significance did the sculpture above have?
a.
It signified victory for France.
b.
It so moved the French people that it became known as The Marseillaise.
c.
It so moved the French people that it became known as The Versailles.
d.
It signified the Prussian victory over the French.
B
What was Monet most interested in?
a.
soft colors, and how they influenced the mood
b.
light, the changes of light, and how it affected objects
c.
creating a warm feeling in the painting
d.
portraits of subjects on the fringe of society
D
Which of the following is true regarding the nudes in the paintings Venus of Urbino and Olympia?
a.
The nude in Olympia stares down at us, indicating that she is in the position of power.
b.
The nude in Venus of Urbino looks lovingly at the male spectator.
c.
The nude in Olympia stares coldly and appears indifferent.
d.
All of the above are true.
D
Who painted the image above?
a.
Van Gogh
b.
Renoir
c.
Manet
d.
Monet
A
How did Monet study the effects of light?
a.
by painting the same subject over and over in different types of light
b.
by recreating other artists’ works using different lighting techniques
c.
by spending every day outside studying how light falls on objects
d.
by reading books on the subject of light
NOT C
Which of the following is Degas known for?
a.
painting scenes with an indoor, artificial light setting
b.
using foreshortening
c.
traditional training and visually enticing compositions
d.
all of the above
D
Who painted the image above?
a.
Mary Cassat
b.
Claude Monet
c.
Edgar Degas
d.
Berthe Morisot
C
Where did the term “Impressionism” come from?
a.
Critics who were impressed by this form of art.
b.
Critics who were not impressed by this form of art.
c.
Critics who thought these pieces were merely “impressions” of art.
A
How did Renoir glamorize his clientele?
a.
by replacing them with his young artist friends and their models
b.
by putting them in dark colors
c.
by making their life seem so exciting
A
What was Monet focused on while he was painting the piece above?
a.
the content of the shadows of the facade’s deep niche
b.
the spires at the top of the facade
c.
the door of the central portal
d.
both B and C
NOT D
Who painted the image above?
a.
Claude Monet
b.
Edouard Manet
c.
Edgar Degas
d.
Pierre-Auguste Renoir
D
Which of the following best describes the subject matter of the Realism period?
a.
unvarnished truth
b.
the working class
c.
subjects that were previously not considered worthy of portrayal in art
d.
all of the above
B
How did art change in the mid 19th century?
a.
It did not have to be as realistic.
b.
There was a new belief that art should record the life of everyday people.
c.
There was a greater focus on art portraying royalty.
d.
There was a shift toward black and white paintings.
C
Prior to 1848, monumental canvasses were reserved for _________________.
a.
religious images
b.
triptychs
c.
heroic subjects and pictures of the powerful
d.
landscapes
B
Why were Realist artists drawn to their subject matter?
a.
They wanted to paint something other than religious imagery.
b.
They wanted to record the life of everyday people and everyday activities.
c.
They wanted to challenge the traditions of the past.
d.
They wanted to honor artists who came before them.
C
How does the painting above clearly represent Realism?
a.
the color choice of the artist
b.
through the use of tenebrism
c.
the honest and striking expressions of the subjects
d.
through the use of foreshortening
B
Why was the painting above not well received?
a.
It wasn’t proper for women to be shown in a pose such as this.
b.
Critics felt the artist was attempting to rekindle socialist ideals.
c.
It didn’t show any elements of tradition.
d.
all of the above
B
Based on your knowledge of Realism, which of the following scenes would a Realist artist most likely want to paint?
a.
a scene from the inauguration of a new President
b.
a single mother with her children on the subway
c.
a marathon runner crossing the finish line
d.
a mountain stream running through a meadow
C
Who painted the image above?
a.
Jean-Francois Millet
b.
Gustave Courbet
c.
Thomas Eakins
d.
Honore Daumier
NOT B
Which of the following was a controversial issue concerning the painting above?
a.
It presents death as a mere physical fact.
b.
The artist placed all of the figures in rows in the picture plan.
c.
It is a monumental picture that depicts a funeral for an unnamed ordinary subject.
d.
all of the above
C
Which of the following sentences correctly uses the term “gleaning”?
a.
Gleaning was used as a punishment for peasants.
b.
Gleaning was used to create warm winter clothes.
c.
Gleaning was a form of relief offered to the rural poor.
d.
Gleaning was used by beggars on Parisian streetcars.
B
After living through World War I and witnessing the effects of war on society and its people, artists _____________________.
a.
had new subject matter and mediums
b.
had a new sense of reality
c.
had a greater appreciation for the beauty of life
d.
had a renewed emphasis on classical art forms
A
What scientific innovation occurred that affected the art that was produced during this period?
a.
Albert Einstein’s Theory of Relativity
b.
the invention of the phonograph
c.
the polio vaccine was first developed
d.
penicillin was discovered
C
When looking at modern art, what should the viewer understand?
a.
Artists were rebelling against art from previous periods.
b.
Artists rebelled against political leaders.
c.
Modern art reflects changes following World War I.
d.
none of the above
B
What is depicted in the artwork by Duchamp pictured above?
a. a shoemaking tool
b. an iron with nails attached to it
c. an archaic gardening hoe
d. an abstract construction
A
What is depicted in the image above?
a.
a Spanish town in disarray after a violent bombing
b.
a German town in disarray after a violent bombing
c.
the dangers of Communism
d.
the dangers of a capitalist society
B
Who popularized psychology and the idea of the human subconscious?
a.
Ivan Pavlov
b.
Sigmund Freud
c.
Albert Einstein
d.
Pablo Picasso
C
What was Marcel Duchamp’s intention for the piece seen above?
a.
to rebel against classical art
b.
to shock the art critics
c.
to change the meaning of a common household item
d.
to submit a new invention idea
D
Which of the following played an important role in the shaping of modern art?
a.
new science
b.
psychology
c.
World War I
d.
all of the above
C
Who is the artist of the piece above?
a.
Marcel Janco
b.
Marcel Duchane
c.
Marcel Duchamp
d.
Marcel Delacroix
C
Which of the following pieces of information about a painting is most likely to help the viewer understand its context?
a.
What colors are most prominent in the painting
b.
The type of paint used to create the painting
c.
The events in the artist’s life leading up to the painting’s creation
d.
Whether or not the painting was commissioned
B
In the painting above, the artist used color to create what he called __________________.
a.
deliberate contrast
b.
deliberate disharmonies
c.
deliberate chaos
d.
deliberate patterns
A
What does the image above depict?
a.
Peasants going to war against their society.
b.
Angry women rioting because they lost their husbands in the war.
c.
Refugees running away from an invading army.
C
Primitive art reflected art from___________________________.
a.
African cultures
b.
Asian cultures
c.
non-western cultures
d.
European cultures
B
What do Fauvism and Primitivism have in common?
a.
flattened figures
b.
opposition to current culture
c.
unrealistic color
d.
arrangement of the picture
A
What does the artist use as an expressive tool in the painting above?
a.
the arrangement of the picture
b.
the emotions of the facial expressions
c.
gestures
d.
the pink colors
D
What Fauvist elements are present in the image above?
a.
vibrant colors
b.
unconventional arrangement of the figures on the canvas
c.
the rule of thirds
d.
both A and B
D
How did the artist illustrate his disapproval for city life through the painting above?
a.
harsh lines
b.
seemingly separated yet crowded composition
c.
tilted perspective
d.
all of the above
D
What artist created the image above?
a.
Emil Nolde
b.
Henri Matisse
c.
Kathe Kollwitz
d.
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
A
Which of the following describes Fauvism?
a.
characterized by impulsive brushwork and vibrant colors
b.
characterized by deliberate brushstrokes and unrealistic color
c.
characterized by beautiful landscapes and expressive color
d.
characterized by images of wild beasts
C
What artist created the image above?
a.
Emil Nolde
b.
Henri Matisse
c.
Kathe Kollwitz
d.
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
C
What is the name of this piece above?
a.
Le Demoiselles d’Avenue
b.
Le Mademoiselles de Allouette
c.
Le Demoiselles d’Avignon
d.
Le Mademoiselles d’Avignon
B
What is similar about the two images below?
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a.
Both contain earthlike colors.
b.
Both reduce items to basic geometric forms.
c.
They share a similar composition
d.
They were painted by the same artist.
C
Picasso is considered __________________________.
a.
the main pioneer in abstract art
b.
a rebellious artist
c.
a founding father of Cubism
d.
a founding father of Fauvism
A
Braque was inspired by _____________________________.
a.
Fauvist artists and Picasso’s Le Demoiselles D’Avignon
b.
Picasso’s Still Life with Chair Caining and Primitivism
c.
Primitivism and Matisse’s work
d.
the thought of creating completely original work
A
What is Analytic Cubism?
a.
a style that attempted to systematically fracture and rearrange the elements of an image
b.
a style that took apart pieces of an image, and pieced them back together in a three-dimensional piece
c.
a style that used mathematics
A
What significance does the above painting have?
a.
It is thought to have initiated the avant-garde movement of Cubism.
b.
There was a lot of controversy over the subject matter.
c.
It was banned from being shown.
d.
It was Pablo Picasso’s final painting.
A
What is the name of the piece above?
a.
The Guitar Player
b.
Girl with a Mandolin
c.
Houses at L’Estaque
d.
Ma Jolie
D
Which of the following explains why some audiences were not accepting of Cubism?
a.
It was innovative, and not all people like change.
b.
It wasn’t realistic.
c.
It didn’t show off the artist’s skills in a traditional sense.
d.
all of the above
B
What unique characteristic does Braque’s work demonstrate?
a.
He incorporated movement into his work using brushstrokes.
b.
He reduced colors to their essentials as found in the earth.
c.
He utilized deep shadows.
d.
none of the above
B
What is the name of the image above?
a.
Still Life with Chairs
b.
Still Life with Chair Caining
c.
Still Life Collage
d.
Still Life with Items
D
Who was Hugo Ball?
a.
an artist in Zurich
b.
an artist who sparked the Dada movement
c.
the founder of the Cabaret Voltaire
d.
all of the above
D
Which of the following is true regarding the Dada movement?
a.
It was considered by many to be the “anti-art”.
b.
Dada artists did not care about the status quo.
c.
Dada artists did not care about art in the traditional sense.
d.
all of the above
C
What is a photomontage?
a.
photographic images combined with other mediums to create a piece of art
b.
a photograph that has been manipulated using technology
c.
a photograph created from smaller photographs
B
What did Marcel Duchamp contribute to the Dada movement?
a.
He held meetings for artists who had a shared disgust for the current culture.
b.
He produced many ready-mades, or common objects that are transformed into art.
c.
He produced many photomontages.
d.
all of the above
B
What was Dada art a reaction to?
a.
Spanish-American War
b.
World War I
c.
World War II
d.
the start of Communism
C
What influence did the Dada movement have on future art?
a.
It challenged critics to change their views.
b.
It caused a huge controversy over the artists involved in the movement.
c.
It played a major role in changing the perception of art and breaking all of the rules.
C
What is depicted in the image above?
a.
Marcel Duchamp reciting the sound poem “Karwane”
b.
Tristan Tzara reciting the sound poem “Karwane”
c.
Hugo Ball reciting the sound poem “Karwane”
d.
Hannah Hoche reciting the sound poem “Karwane”
B
What does the text read on the image above?
a.
” fashion and time set the standard of beauty”
b.
“the excess of Hell falls into the coffers of Pastor Klatt for innocent children of criminals”
c.
“the beauty of women lies within the times”
d.
“the clarity of life stands with Professor Schmidt to glass balconies of time”
B
Dadaists believed that art is created at the will of the artist, ________________________.
a.
not to please society
b.
not at the perception of the masses
c.
not influenced by emotion
d.
not for monetary gain
C
Who created the piece above?
a.
Hannah Hoche
b.
Hannah Hill
c.
Marcel Duchamp
d.
Hugo Ball
A
How did Salvador Dalí come up with his images?
a.
imagery from his nightmares
b.
symbolic imagery from his childhood
c.
symbolic imagery from his psychotherapy sessions
d.
imagery from the horrors of war
A
What is Automatism?
a.
a group of techniques designed to release art from conscious control
b.
a sculptural process
c.
an artistic form that involves using dreams to create a piece
d.
art that is created by a machine
C
Surrealists felt that it was important to emphasize the ____________________.
a.
sensual qualities of themselves
b.
voice in their heads
c.
subjectivity of art
d.
concept of life as fleeting
B
What was Sigmund Freud’s theory of the unconscious?
a.
He believed true art came only from the unconscious mind.
b.
He viewed the human mind as engaged in battle between the rational conscious mind and the irrational urges of the unconscious.
c.
He viewed all human beings as products of their environment.
B
What is the name of the piece above?
a.
The Melting of Time
b.
The Persistence of Memory
c.
The Lapse of Time
d.
The Madness of Dreams
C
How did the artist of the above image create his paintings?
a.
He dropped ink splotches and created drawings around them.
b.
He painted upside down.
c.
He doodled on canvas and turned these abstractions into whatever figure he felt they resembled.
d.
He closed his eyes while he painted.
C
What is being depicted in the image above?
a.
anger at society
b.
rebellion against the war
c.
sexual and violent desires
d.
the tranquility of sleep
C
Surrealists attacked the emphasis placed on _________________.
a.
reality
b.
traditions and events
c.
rationalism in current culture
d.
all of the above
C
What is grattage?
a.
creating pattern by using everyday materials and dried paint to create texture
b.
creating pattern by laying metal underneath of the canvas
c.
creating pattern by scraping off layers of paint from a canvas that is laid over a textured surface
B
Who painted the image above?
a.
Joan Miro
b.
Salvador Dalí
c.
Sigmund Freud
d.
Max Ernst
BC
How was modern art in America different from Europe?
a.
The focus was on challenging traditional rules.
b.
The focus was on abstractions of the external world.
c.
The focus was on abstracting new ideas
d.
all of the above
A
Who is the artist of the image above?
a.
Georgia O’Keeffe
b.
John Sloan
c.
Alfred Stieglitz
d.
Robert Henri
B
In modern art, the emphasis was placed on ___________ and ___________ through art.
a.
form; mood
b.
symbolism; expression
c.
mood; expression
d.
beauty; substance
A
Who is the artist of the image above?
a.
Marsden Hartley
b.
John Sloan
c.
Alfred Stieglitz
d.
Robert Henri
C
What personal feelings does the artist depict in the image above?
a.
how cold and industrial buildings are
b.
the effects of industrialism on nature
c.
how cramped and confining the city is
d.
how close and warm the city is
C
What was Alfred Stieglitz’s role in Modernism in America?
a.
He aided in the development of Modernism.
b.
He was an advocate for photography as art.
c.
both A and B
d.
neither A nor B
C
What skill does the above photograph showcase?
a.
the artist’s use of silver tones
b.
the artist’s ability to capture the beauty of a landscape
c.
the artist’s ability to showcase photography as a real art form
C
What did Alfred Dove borrow from European Modernists?
a.
inspiration from nature, especially images of the sky and clouds
b.
interest in earthy colors
c.
interest in abstraction and creating representations for things that were not easily represented
B
How does the image above fit within the Modernist mold?
a.
the bold colors represent the Modernist style
b.
the enlarged flowers become abstracted, and have symbolic meaning
c.
both A and B
d.
neither A nor B
C
Who is the artist of the image above?
a.
Amelia Pelaez
b.
Diego Rivera
c.
Xul Solar
d.
Frida Kahlo
A
The modern art movement in Latin America focused on __________________________.
a.
integrating nationalism, ethnic identity and modern form
b.
incorporating cultural traditions and political statements
c.
family history and ethnic background
d.
none of the above
A
Which of the following is a common art form in Mexico?
a.
murals
b.
sculptures
c.
clay vessels
d.
metalwork
C
What does the painting above depict?
a.
the artist’s political rebellion
b.
a Communist revolt
c.
a man controlling the universe through technology
d.
an image of how God controls everything
A
What is imperialism?
a.
the expansion of a nation’s authority through territorial conquest
b.
the expansion of a nation’s authority through negotiation
c.
the expansion of a nation’s authority through power
d.
the expansion of a nation’s authority through the purchasing of property
C
Where did the Mexican muralist movement get their inspiration?
a.
from stories their families passed down from generation to generation
b.
from Mexican mythology
c.
from both Mexican folk art and Renaissance frescoes
C
Most Latin American countries were against _____________.
a.
religion
b.
primitivism
c.
imperialism
d.
spiritualism
B
To the right and left sides of the man in this painting are representations of different political ideals. ___________ is represented in the images to the right of the man and ___________ is represented in the images to the left of the man.
a.
Socialism; Democracy

b.
Communism; Capitalism

c.
Democracy; Capitalism

d.
Marxism; Socialism

A
What does most of Frida Kahlo’s work depict?
a.
her split between her European and Mexican identity
b.
her loneliness in her personal life
c.
her desire for love and approval
d.
natural landscapes
C
Avant-garde artists often created modern art _____________________________.
a.
to shock the viewer
b.
to create a bold statement against a belief
c.
rooted in their countries cultures and histories
B
What did the New Negro Movement encourage artists to do?
a.
integrate their history with contemporary themes
b.
seek their artistic roots in traditional African art
c.
use color to express the pain and suffering of slavery
d.
turn away from the pain of the past and embrace European culture
A
What was the goal of the New Negro Movement?
a.
It encouraged African-Americans to become politically active and racially conscious.
b.
It was a revolt for equal treatment of African Americans
c.
It was designed to help African American artists gain notoriety.
d.
It refers to the migration of African Americans from the south to the north after the Civil War.
A
Jacob Lawrence was the first African American artist to _________________________.
a.
gain acclaim from whites in the New York art world
b.
sell a painting
c.
be invited to the European Art Expo
d.
all of the above
NOT D
Which of the following provided the inspiration for the piece above?
a.
mermaid figures on the front of ships
b.
the freedom of a dancer
c.
a castle in Haiti
d.
a gymnast
A
What is depicted in the image above?
a.
the movement from slavery until modern time using silhouetted figure
b.
a jazz scene from New Orleans
c.
the influence of music on African American culture
d.
a jazz scene from New York
B
The Harlem Renaissance was influenced by the migration of African American citizens
a.
from Southern cities to Western cities, including Los Angeles and San Francisco.

b.
from Southern cities to Northern cities, including New York, Chicago and St. Louis.

c.
from Northern cities to Southern cities, including Atlanta and Charlotte.

d.
from east coast cities such as Boston to Midwest cities such as Detroit.

B
Which of the following is not one of the themes frequently depicted during the Harlem Renaissance?
a.
liberation
b.
suffering
c.
freedom
d.
intellectual power
C
What does the piece above symbolize?
a.
soaring to new heights
b.
being free from stereotypes and racism
c.
freedom and equality for blacks
C
Who is pictured in the image above?
a.
William Johnson
b.
Aaron Douglas
c.
Jacob Lawrence
d.
Augusta Savage
D
Based on your knowledge of the artists in the lesson, which of them created the image above?
a.
William Johnson
b.
Aaron Douglas
c.
Jacob Lawrence
d.
Augusta Savage
C
What is the name of the piece above?
a.
Woolworth House
b.
Frederick C. Robie House
c.
Fallingwater
d.
Prairie House
B
Which of the following is necessary to build a skyscraper?
a.
wooden beams
b.
metal beams
c.
plastic supports
d.
all of the above
D
The __________________ was one of the first great skyscrapers.
a.
Edgar Kaufmann Building
b.
Frederick C. Robie Building
c.
Fallingwater Building
d.
Woolworth Building
B
Which of the following was Frank Lloyd Wright known for?
a.
creating linear buildings
b.
creating “organic” architecture that was part of the surrounding landscape
c.
creating architecture using all natural materials
d.
creating “organic” architecture in the middle of industrial urban areas
B
How did the architect create a central focus in the building above?
a.
He used the horizontal beams to create balance.
b.
He organized it around a central chimney.
c.
He designed windows that draw the eyes to the center of the building.
C
How does the home above create a strong sense of security?
a.
the windows surrounding the home
b.
the stone and stucco materials used
c.
the roofs and terraces that jut out
d.
all of the above
A
What characteristics identify early modern architecture?
a.
emphasized organic shapes and materials
b.
used modern materials
c.
both A and B
d.
neither A nor B
A
How did Frank Lloyd Wright believe a home should interact with the landscape?
a.
the house should be in the landscape
b.
the house should overshadow the landscape
c.
the landscape should overshadow the house
d.
none of the above
A
Prairie houses are________________________.
a.
irregular in plan, two stories high, with one-story wings
b.
irregular in plan, one story high, with two-story wings
c.
irregular in plan, two stories high , with two- story wings
d.
irregular in plan, one story high, with one-story wings
A
Who designed the building above?
a.
Mary Colter
b.
Frank Lloyd Wright
c.
Edgar Kaufmann
d.
Frederick C. Robie
B
Andy Warhol’s best works ___________________ behind their mass-produced surfaces.
a.
show intricate details
b.
conceal important insights
c.
show extreme emotions
d.
conceal religious symbolism
C
Andy Warhol’s best works ___________________ behind their mass-produced surfaces.
a.
show intricate details
b.
conceal important insights
c.
show extreme emotions
d.
conceal religious symbolism
A
Richard Hamilton decided to make art that __________________________,just like car bodies and the latest consumer goods.
a.
symbolized the times by their style
b.
uses both historical and contemporary parts
c.
both A and B
d.
neither A nor B
B
What format did Warhol borrow to create the above images of Marilyn Monroe?
a.
printing press style format used for newspapers
b.
diptych format from the icons of Christianity such as those found in the Byzantine church
c.
woodcut style used in Germany
C
How was the above image culturally relevant of the pop art style?
a.
repeated imagery
b.
screen printed images
c.
heavy pigmentation and well-defined shadows
D
Who is often considered the founder of the pop art movement?
a.
Andy Warhol
b.
Roy Lichtenstein
c.
Wayne Thiebaud
d.
Richard Hamilton
C
What different technique did Warhol use to reproduce the image above?
a.
painting
b.
intaglio
c.
silkscreen
d.
tenebrism
A
According to the lecture, what aspect of American culture inspired the pop art movement?
a.
The influence of mass production
b.
American youth culture
c.
The hardships of World War II
d.
Silent film
NOT C
Aside from commercial mass production, what else might Andy Warhol’s use of repetitive imagery have been commenting on?
a.
The slowing of technological advancement
b.
The way in which the bombardment of media desensitizes us
c.
American culture’s obsession with celebrity
d.
The prevalence of comic books in American culture
C
Who is the artist of the image above?
a.
Richard Hamilton
b.
Roy Lichtenstein
c.
Andy Warhol
d.
Wayne Thiebaud
A
How did Minor White contribute to advancement of photography as an art form?
a.
by founding and editing Aperture magazine
b.
by hosting shows for new photographers to showcase their work
c.
by donating $1,000,000 to a photography school
d.
all of the above
C
What is depicted in the image above?
a.
a small town girl moving to the big city
b.
a part of a series that are very similar to well-known plots of old-movies
c.
both A and B
d.
neither A nor B
B
How did the photographer immerse herself in the culture of the image above?
a.
She spent three months traveling with the family photographing every aspect of their life.
b.
She was concluding a month’s trip photographing migratory farm labor.
c.
She lived with the family for the entire year to fully understand their life.
d.
She was the sister of the woman pictured in the photograph.
A
What was the photographer’s intended function for the windows in the image above?
a.
to isolate the individuals and give a sense of urban alienation
b.
to visually separate the individuals
c.
to create movement in the image
d.
all of the above
NOT A
here was the above photograph taken?
a.
Arizona
b.
Colorado
c.
Utah
d.
Nevada
D
What is the informal name of the photograph above?
a.
Mother of the Depression
b.
Worried Mother
c.
The Mother
d.
Migrant Mother
C
What was the purpose of Cindy Sherman’s photography?
a.
to show the woman outside the home
b.
to show the glamorous side of the working woman
c.
to portray the various roles and identities of herself and other modern women
d.
to glamorize the housewife of the era
B
Which of the following best describes the subject matter of Diane Arbus?
a.
She sought humanistic imagery.
b.
She moved beyond the boundaries of what was considered “acceptable” and conventional.
c.
She sought emotional, heart-warming images.
d.
She looked to the bleakness of nature for her images.
B
Who is the photographer of the above image?
a.
Cindy Sherman
b.
Diane Arbus
c.
Minor White
d.
Robert Frank
B
BLUE UMBRELLAS
Who created the above piece of art?
a.
David Hammons
b.
Christo and Jeanne-Claude
c.
Robert Smithson
D
What is the name of the above piece?
a.
Oil Spill
b.
Polluted Spill
c.
Oil Pour
d.
Glue Pour
C
Which of the following is true of new media art?
a.
involves using the environment to create a piece of art
b.
involves combining a photograph and computer images
c.
combines and uses new, different, and innovative mediums
d.
none of the above
C
Which of the following describes the piece above?
a.
a 24 1/2 mile long , 18 foot high nylon fence that covered an area of Utah
b.
a 24 1/2 mile long , 18 foot high nylon fence that covered an area of Oregon
c.
a 24 1/2 mile long , 18 foot high nylon fence that covered an area of California
d.
a 24 1/2 mile long , 18 foot high nylon fence that covered an area of Washington
A
What special significance does the above piece have to the artist?
a.
It symbolizes the perpetual coming and going of things.
b.
No artist had used a spiral shape before.
c.
both A and B
d.
neither A nor B
C
What are Earthworks?
a.
artistic pieces that involve materials from nature
b.
artistic pieces that involve preserving an area in danger
c.
artistic pieces that involve raw materials found at the site of the piece
d.
natural artistic pieces formed without human influence
A
HIGH GOALS
Who created the above piece of art?
a.
David Hammons
b.
Christo and Jeanne-Claude
c.
Robert Smithson
B
THAT WHITE WALL
Who created the above piece of art?
a.
David Hammons
b.
Christo and Jeanne-Claude
c.
Robert Smithson
D
Why did the artist of the above piece use a spiral shape?
a.
It is the most fundamental shape in nature.
b.
It appears in DNA molecules.
c.
It appears in sea shells and ancient rock art.
d.
all of the above
B
What do the backboards and baskets set on telephone poles symbolize in the image above?
a.
family
b.
communication
c.
purpose
d.
dreams