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5 Matching questions

  1. Barroque artists
  2. 1st Landscapes
  3. Fauvism
  4. Futurism artist
  5. Jeffersonian Architecture
  1. a 18th - 19th c.; Oil paint in tubes 1841; allowed portability; Hudson River School (band of people w/ same philosophies)
  2. b Balla - depicts dog on leash as if legs & background are moving
  3. c Paris, 19th c.; Henri Matisse; bright colors/no rules/paint anything in any color
  4. d Carravaggio, Vermeer, Velazquez (spains principle painter), Jan Van Eyck (invented linseed oil in 1400's to allow intense/dense colors)
  5. e Greek architecture influence

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Renaissance (rebirth); High Ren 1490-1530; humanism; heaven down to earth; art patrons (Medici); Uffizi Gallery priv collection
  2. Egypt, Greece, Rome, Italy (florence, venice, rome), Europe, Paris & Greater France, America
  3. 20th c. Paris; concepts of motion & speed
  4. late 7th to early 5th c. BCE, Archaic, Classical, Hellenistic
  5. Paul Klee - implications suggest what it is; Kandinsky (German) "Power to Audience"; Salvador Dali - almost believable; Frida Kahlo - fantastical/imaginary

5 True/False questions

  1. Post Impressionism artistsSeurat (pointillism); Cezanne (solid planes of color squares); Van Gogh

          

  2. Van Gogh stylepost impressionist who portrayed personal expressions of things we cannot see (air, smoke, glowing light orbs); larger dots similar to pointillism; vivid colors/energy/intensity

          

  3. EgyptLeader of Avantgarde - forward-thinking, controversial, against the norm; France; most important impressionism artist; emphasis on brishstrokes;

          

  4. CubismParis, 19th c.; Henri Matisse; bright colors/no rules/paint anything in any color

          

  5. Rome - Middle Ages18th - 19th c.; Oil paint in tubes 1841; allowed portability; Hudson River School (band of people w/ same philosophies)

          

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