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ART Appreciation Midterm

La Primavera Botticelli Birth of Venus Botticelli School of Athens, guys in middle Raphael, Plato Aristotle Venus of Villendorf fertility goddess the elements of art form the basic — of art vocabulary the principles of design are a kind of —- that artists apply to the elements of art grammar a line that is a […]

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Art Appreciation Ch 12

Art can forge racial identity and preserve the history and values of a(n) ____ group. ethnic In Las Meninas, Velazquez places Infanta Margarita at the center of the painting and surrounds her with dwarfs, chaperones, and ladies in waiting to reveal her ____. upper class status Marc Chagall’s works reflected his heritage, which was ____. […]

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Chapter 19 Quiz Art Appreciation 111

The most famous Rubeniste and Ingres’s archrival was ___, whose dynamic painting of the Death of Sardanapalus was inspired by a tragedy by ___. Delacroix; Byron Of all of the Impressionists, Pierre-Auguste Renoir was the ___, as evidenced in his Le Moulin de la Galette. most significant figure painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec’s deformity led to […]

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Art appreciation 100

The image \”woman of willendorf\” is thought to be associated with: The great mother goddess The mesopotamians built their temples, such as Ur-Nammu, on this type of structure called: Ziggurat The word \”neolithic\” means: new stone age During the neolithic period, art went from: naturalistic to abstract The ancient sumerians developed the world’s first wheel, […]

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Ch 4 Art Appreciation

Abstract art A form of art characterized by simplified or distorted rendering of an object that has the essential form or nature of that object (abstracted); a form of art in which the forms make no reference to visible reality (nonobjective) Applies to art that departs significantly from the actual appearance of things. May be […]

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Chapter 6, Painting – Art Appreciation V01

The binding agent that powdered pigment is mixed with to form paint is known as the __________. vehicle True fresco, or __________, is executed on damp __________. buon fresco; lime plaster In Giotto’s 14th-century painting Lamentation, joints can clearly be seen that break the blue sky into numerous sections. This occurred because of the ___________. […]

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ART 103 : ART APPRECIATION I Pierce college winter 2017

Achromatic Black, white and grays. Artwork that is executed without color. Acrylic Thicker and stronger than tempera or watercolor paint, ____________ is a water-based \”plastic\” paint. Albumen Print This printing process is used in photography printing processes. Egg whites are used in the emulsion. Alternative Process This photography term covers approximately 35 different processes for […]

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Art Appreciation Review 1

what is thorough description the first step to thorough interpretation what is thorough description key to thorough interpretation what is description the physical attributes what is interpretation the state of beings, concepts, context, ideas, and emotional state what are the 4 roles of the artist 1. artists help us to see the world in new […]

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Ch5 Art appreciation

Binder A material that binds substances together. Cartoon Originally, a preparatory drawing made for a fresco, usually on paper and drawn to scale with the larger work. A drawing that caricatures or satirizes an event or person of topical interest. Chalk A form of soft limestone that is easily pulverized and can be used as […]

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Art Appreciation Chapter 8: Prints

Edition # of prints determined by an artist to be printed from a single plate Relief any printing method in which the image to be printed is raised from a background- includes woodcut and linocut i.e. rubber stamp. – most common background (surface) is wood (ink sticks to surface not lines carved into wood). Paper […]

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Art Appreciation 1301. Chapter 9-10: Advantage of Linocut Over Woodcut, Self-Portrait, Drawing

If an artist pushes the point of a burin across a metal plate, forcing the metal up in slivers in front of the burin, the process (p. 201) is called: engraving Jane Dickson’s Stairwell illustrates the _______ printmaking process, which relies for its effect not on line but on tonal areas of light and dark. […]

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Art Appreciation Test 2

In Leonardo da Vinci’s design for a flying machine he used a _____ as his inspiration. Bird’s wing What does D.J. Hall’s rich use of colored pencil communicate to the viewer in her drawing \”Piece of Cake?\” The intense light of a Californian afternoon This contemporary version of carbon ink is a favorite of comic […]

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Art Appreciation Chapters 18-20

question When did Islam begin? answer Early 17th century question How was the Taj Mahal influenced by Persian architecture? answer Each of its four facades is set with an iwan question What is the name of the holy book of Islam? answer Qur’an question What is Muhammad’s emigration from Mecca to Medina called? answer Hijra […]

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Chapter 20- Art appreciation

question A kiva is a large, underground ceremonial chamber of the ________ people. answer Anasazi question The Yucatán Peninsula was home to the civilization of the Maya. All but which of the following have been acknowledged as accomplishments of the Mayan culture? answer oil painting question A culture whose speech was rich in metaphors was […]

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Art Appreciation – Chapter 2

question Modeling answer the representation of three-dimensional objects in two dimensions so they appear solid question Modeling answer manipulative, an additive process; the artist builds up the work by adding material in clay, wax, or plaster question Armature answer a framework or skeleton used to support a sculpture; rigid inner structure to help support sculpture […]

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art appreciation exam 1

question In Her Secret Is Patience, Janet Echelman used wood and plastic. fiber, steel, and lights. glass and copper. grass, plants, and flowers. answer fiber, steel, and lights. question Romare Bearden’s Rocket to the Moon is an example of a photomontage. an outsider artwork. a nonobjective artwork. a retablo. answer a photomontage question Jazz provided […]

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Art Appreciation Ch. 12 (Gothic art)

question Where did Gothic architecture originate? answer Paris question Who had the first Gothic church built? answer Abbot Suger question Which is NOT a characteristic of Gothic architecture? answer low, dark naves question Which is a common feature of Gothic architecture? answer rose widows question What did Gothic builders develop to stabilize heir naves? answer […]

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Art Appreciation Exam 2

question Paul Cezanne, The Basket of Apples – 1895 “dead nature” -french still life line, space, and texture to achieve still life effects desire to grab falling apple seemingly “alive”, misshapen wine bottle, multiple light sources, misaligned table engage the imagination of the viewer answer question Henri Matiesse, Harmony in Red 1908-09 modern art violates […]

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Art Appreciation Ch. 1-3

question No society that we know of has lived without some form of art. The impulse to make and respond to art appears to be as deeply ingrained as the ability to learn ___________. answer language question The famous Neolithic structure in England, made of megaliths that once formed several concentric circles, is called ___________ […]

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Art Appreciation Ch. 1-5

question Jasper Johns chose to paint his image of the American flag to express: answer his proclivity for things seen but not examined question Renzo Piano’s Jean-Marie Tjibaou Cultural Center is an example of “green architecture.” Such buildings are praised for their: answer self-sufficiency question What is the function of the nsiki nkonde figure? answer […]

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Module 9 Art Appreciation

question The chances that a work of art from ancient times will be found or preserved are greatly increased if: a. it was made of durable materials b.the local climate is conductive to preservation c.the culture from which it came was stable and organized d.it was located where access from the outside world was limited. […]

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