5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Robert Rauschenberg
- Guerrilla Girls
- a _________________________________ introduced a kind of construction referred to as combine painting in which stuffed animals, bottles, articles of clothing and furniture, and scraps of photographs are attached to the canvas.
- b Machu Picchu is located in modern-day _______________.
A. Peru B. Chile C. Mexico D. United States
- c To combat a trend of male-dominated art shows in major museums and galleries, __________ appeared in public in masks as "conscience of the art world" and mounted huge posters of protest.
A. Kruger B. Mendieta C. Snyder D. Guerrilla Girls
- d Mosque
A. African B. Oceanic C. Native Americas D. Islamic E. Indian F. Chinese G. Japanese
- e The author of "Concerning the Spiritual in Art" was _________________________.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- One of the main social beliefs of the Renaissance is the ability to separate intellectual inquiry from matters of faith--the ability to be a good Christian and also study the pagan classics.
A. True B. False
- The era of Islam was founded in Arabia by _________________ in 622 CE.
- Among the foremost painters of the Italian Baroque was Artemisia _________________, the daughter of a successful Roman artist.
A. Caravaggio B. Gentileschi C. Velázquez
- The term Impressionism was derived from Claude _______________________'s painting Impression: Sunrise.
5 True/False Questions
Abstract Expressionism → __________________________ is characterized by spontaneous execution, large gestural brushstrokes, abstract imagery, and fields of intense color.
A. Spontaneous Combustion
B. Abstract Expressionism
C. Intense Colorism
Jeff Koons → __________________________, like Andy Warhol, questions the separation of high art and low culture in his manipulation of ordinary, familiar (and cheaply produced) objects, as seen in his work Elephant.
Constantin Brancusi, Bird in Space (1928) →
Caravaggio, The Conversion of St. Paul (1600-1601) →
Italy → _________________________ is the element that is probably the unifying theme of the formal changes in the transition from the Renaissance to the Baroque.