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5 Matching Questions

  1. african masks
  2. monochromatic
  3. fresco
  4. contour
  5. focal point
  1. a "fresh" wet plaster
  2. b slow, continuous line around a subject
  3. c influenced cubism
  4. d one color and its values
  5. e center of interest / attention in a painting

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. created many still life paintings with fruit which he focused on the underlying geometric shapes; simplified objects to near abstract form
  2. pasted collages
  3. social realist in Harlem in 1930's; felt it was important to "paint the life of my people as I know it"
  4. he was dubbed the "tubist"; careful shading technique changes geometric shapes to three-dimensional forms
  5. creating a misty background, softening lines/ no outlines/ creating illusion of space

5 True/False Questions

  1. cubismused to prime the surface for painting; apprentices would lay down a coat of gesso to prepare the surface for paint

          

  2. Matissesimplified shapes of real objects

          

  3. Shapirocreating a misty background, softening lines/ no outlines/ creating illusion of space

          

  4. Hockneyslow, continuous line around a subject

          

  5. gesso"fresh" wet plaster

          

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