5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Sandro Bottecelli
- Salvador Dalí, The Persistence of Memory (1931)
- b The Sage Kuya Invoking the Amida Buddha
- c The Blue Rider (Der Blaue Reiter)
A. Fauves B. Expressionism C. Cubism D. Futurism
- d Some of the earliest, and certainly the most massive, art of the Americas was produced by the ____________.
- e During the latter years of the fifteenth century in Italy, a painter who used the model Simonetta Vespucci for his Venus is __________________________.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The ready-made
A. Constructivism B. Dada C. Surrealism
- Shiva as Lord of the Dance
A. African B. Oceanic C. Native Americas D. Islamic E. Indian F. Chinese G. Japanese
- What set the ______________________ apart from their nineteenth-century predecessors was their use of harsh, non-descriptive unnatural color, bold liner patterning, and a distorted form of perspective.
- When considering modernity and modern art the key component to this movement began as a direct outgrowth and reflection of the __________________.
A. Industrial Revolution
- __________________________ is characterized by spontaneous execution, large gestural brushstrokes, abstract imagery, and fields of intense color.
A. Spontaneous Combustion
B. Abstract Expressionism
C. Intense Colorism
5 True/False Questions
Leon Battisa Alberti, Palazzo Rucellai, Florence. (1446-1451) →
Synthetic Cubism → When Braque and Picasso began pasting bits of printed matter or other things in their Cubist paintings, they called the process papier collé, what we now call ________________.
Manet → Edouard __________________________ borrowed the composition for his painting Luncheon on the Grass from Raimondi's engraving The Judgment of Paris.
Feeling is all → Romanticism believed in the notion that ______________, and they also valued sincere feeling and honest emotions
A. Feeling is All
B. Feeling is Dead
C. Feeling is Feeling
Diego Velázquez, Las Meninas (The Maids of Honor) (1656) →