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chapter 14 art
Terms in this set (20)
A work in which weft yarns of several different colors are manipulated to make a design is called?
Backs in Landscape is by which artist that helped transform the craft medium of fiber into a fine art?
The textile design by Anni Albers found in the text was inspired by which source?
Wolfgang von Goethe's Metamorphosis of Plants
This artist created a functional salt cellar of gold and enamel depicting the gods Neptune and Tellus?
The Bent-Corner Chest is carved from cedar, a wood that is native to which region and favored by Native American artists there?
the Northwest American coast
The Japanese Tea Ceremony is a ritual that encourages the adherent to "leave the concerns of the daily world behind and enter a timeless world of ease, harmony, and mutual respect." Which of these ceramic pieces would be used in such a practice?
Hon'ami Koetsu's Amagumo
As a thrown ceramic vessel, Rose Cabat's Onion Feelie is unique because?
of its limited functionality
The technique of sewing buttons on to linen, used by Marilyn Lanfear in Aunt Billie, is most closely related to which of these traditional techniques?
What technique was used in creating Tutankhamun Hunting Ostriches from His Chariot?
repousse and embossing
Hon'ami Koetsu's Amagumo tea bowl was perfectly made to fit the hand and was made in the early seventeenth century at one of the "Six Ancient Kilns," the traditional centers of what kind of ceramics in Japan?
Objects formed out of clay and then hardened by firing are referred to as?
Native Americans used a traditional method for producing pots that did not involve the potter's wheel. What was it?
All fiber arts evolved from?
Originally, when an artist worked in "the crafts," it meant that they?
produced functional objects.
Most ceramic objects are created by one of which three methods?
slab construction, coiling, and throwing
The city of Chamba, India is famous for its embroidered muslin textiles called?
Another word for a wood-firing kiln, which was a traditional Japanese invention and first used in the U.S. in 1976, is ?
When and where was porcelain developed?
in 7th century China
We can trace the earliest distinction between the crafts and fine arts to?
Joseph Wedgwood, who in 1759 began manufacturing both cheap earthenware table settings and elegant hand-made luxury items.
Stained glass was first developed
in the 12th century, commissioned by Abbot Suger for Saint-Denis.