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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. False
  2. True
  3. Henri Matisse, Red Room (Harmony in Red) (1908-1909)
  4. The Sage Kuya Invoking the Amida Buddha (Kamakura Period, 13th Century CE)
  5. Leonardo da Vinci, Madonna of the Rocks (1483)
  1. a
  2. b Restrained spirituality is often present in works of baroque art; in the Roman Catholic countries, for example, scenes of ecstasies, martyrdoms, or miraculous apparitions are not common.
    A. True B. False
  3. c
  4. d
  5. e One of the main social beliefs of the Renaissance is the ability to separate intellectual inquiry from matters of faith--the ability to be a good Christian and also study the pagan classics.
    A. True B. False

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Sarah Lucas' The Fag Show was inspired by the artist's conquest of her addiction to:
    a. all of these choices.
    b. alcohol.
    c. drugs and alcohol.
    d. drugs.
    e. tobacco.
  2. Oceanic art is divided into three main cultures, Polynesia, Micronesia, and ____________.
    A. Easter Island B. The Gilberts C. Melanesia D. Tahiti
  3. An artist whose work embraces the concept of hybridity includes:
    a. Vik Muniz. b. Takashi Murakami. c. Jeff Koons. d. Hew Locke.
  4. Cézanne
    A. American B. French C. German D. Spanish E. English
  5. ___________________'s David is a perfect example of Baroque style: which combines space, a sense of movement, energy, tension and theatrical spirituality.
    A. Caravaggio B. Gentileschi C. Velázquez D. Bernini

5 True/False questions

  1. AmericanCassatt
    A. American B. French C. German D. Spanish E. English

          

  2. PeruMachu Picchu is located in modern-day _______________.
    A. Peru B. Chile C. Mexico D. United States

          

  3. Sandro Botticelli, The Birth of Venus (c. 1486)

          

  4. Space_________________________ is the element that is probably the unifying theme of the formal changes in the transition from the Renaissance to the Baroque.

          

  5. Surrealism________________________ is a group of artists that wanted to break up the image into geometric elements, and to have multiple viewpoints with no perspective, in other words to deconstruct objects.

          

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