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5 Matching questions

  1. leger
  2. chiaroscuro
  3. analytical cubism
  4. Blue Period
  5. contrapposto
  1. a sad time in Picasso's life; work consisted of poor people, blind beggars, mostly cobalt and indigo blue
  2. b he was dubbed the "tubist"; careful shading technique changes geometric shapes to three-dimensional forms
  3. c monochromatic colors, abstract shapes, multiple points of view
  4. d modeling from light to dark to show form
  5. e technique of sculpting a human figure in a pose that shows the weight of the body in balance

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. social realist in Harlem in 1930's; felt it was important to "paint the life of my people as I know it"
  2. slow, continuous line around a subject
  3. to make a figure seem to come out toward the viewer
  4. one color and its values
  5. created many still life paintings with fruit which he focused on the underlying geometric shapes; simplified objects to near abstract form

5 True/False questions

  1. Matissesimplified shapes of real objects

          

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

          

  3. valuedeveloped cubism along with Picasso, historians were often unable to tell their work apart

          

  4. gesso"fresh" wet plaster

          

  5. negative spacethe area around the subject

          

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