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Art Appreciation Final
final exam ch 20-25
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this style emerged in 18th-century france, within the enlightenment movement. the philosophers and artists, who believed in the power of reason, turned to ancient greece and rome for the ideas and artistic models.
which french painting tells the story of civic virtue, patriotism and readiness to die for liberty by referring to the history of ancient rome?
the oath of the horatii by jacques-louis david (1784)
angelica kauffmann's paintings, such as cornelia, pointing to her children as her treasures, were done in the ____ style, which was based on Greek and Roman models.
the american founding fathers, being a part of the european enlightenment, turned for inspiration to the ancient republics of greece and rome. the neoclassical spirit found its expression in which buildings designed by thomas jefferson.
monticello, university of virginia
this style was based on preference of emotions vs reason and nature vs civilization. nature, rural life and exotic scenery - were its favorite subjects.
which 19th century african american artist received extensive education in europe and was the first one to gain international recognition?
robert s. duncanson
eugene delacroi - branch of romanticism
francisco gova - branch of romanticism
joseph turner - branch of romanticism
thomas cole - branch of romanticism
which 19th century american artist wasn't a painter but a photographer?
carleton e. watkins
this art movement (style) came about in the mid 19th century as a protest against the authority of academic art. instead of historical and exotic subjects, its main interest was in ordinary existence, life of commoners and social injustice.
what is not correct about academic art in 19th century france?
its subjects were drawn not from history and mythology but from contemporary daily life.
this 19th century female artist's popularity eclipsed the careers of all male artists specializing in country scenes and animalistic genres.
____ lived an unconventional way of life and scandalized paris by adopting a male appearance at the time, when it was illegal for a woman to wear trousers in public.
pygmalion and galatea by gerome (1860) exemplifies which type of art?
william rush carving his allegorical figure by eakins exemplifies which type of art?
this artist, although trained with academic tradition, is considered a predecessor of impressionism. his luncheon on the grass (1863) sent a wave of shock through the parisian artistic circle - because of its subject matter and innovative approach to painting.
artist best representing neoclassicism
artist best representing romanticism
artist best representing academism
artist best representing realism
the third of may, 1808 (1814) artist
the oxbrow (1836) artist
the stone breakers (1849) artist
the banjo lesson (1893)
henry ossawa tanner
claude monet's painting impression: sunrise began the movement known as
edgar degas chared with his fellow impressionists a common approach. yet his method differed from theirs in regard to _____.
being an artistic, intellectual and cultural center, paris attracted artists and writers from all over the world. the impressionist artist mary cassatt came from which country?
which statement is not true about august rodin - the most famous sculptor of the late 19th early 20th centuries?
although he was modeling some statues of clay and plaster, his primary technique was caring in stone.
which statement is not true about post-impressionism?
it united the artists with very similar individual styles, as impressionism did.
the post-impressionists felt the impressionists did not allow enough room for _____.
in letters to his brother theo, vincent van gogh expressed his ideas about color as a force to show _____.
at the age of 43, paul gauguin broke with his family and western civilization and moved to _____, where he spent the rest of his life.
this norwegian artist was inspired by the emotional art of van gogh and later contributed to the shaping of the next major art movement - expressionism.
military term for advanced guard of troops moving ahead of an army; in modern art applied to innovative artists "ahead" of their time.
optical color mixture
an optical efect and perception of a mixed color, produced by brushstrokes of pure colors (instead of physically mixing various colors into one).
painting method using tiny dots of unmixed colors, as seen in seurat's work.
movement in literature and visual arts seeking to express ideas, often mystical, through the use of images (implying some hidden meaning).
munch represents _____ art movement
monet, renoir, degas, cassatt represent _____ art movement.
cezanne, van gogh, gauguin, toulouse-lautrec represent _____ art movement.
henri de loulouse-lautrec 's method
cropped images, unnatural angles and colors, strong lines (as seen in this artist's posters).
vincent van gogh and paul gauguin 's method
intense colors, strong contrasts, shapes with clear contours, bold brushwork.
georges seurat 's method
created a vibrant surface through the application of small dots of colors.
paul cezanne favorite subject
landscapes of southern france, and his favorite subject, mont sainte-victoire in particular.
paul gauguin favorite subject
peasants of brittany (northern france); scenes of tahiti's nature and inhabitants.
henri de toulouse-lautrec favorite subject
parisian nightlife; gas-lit cafes, brothels, dancing scenes.
claude monet 's best known work
arrival of the normandy train, gare st. lazare, 1877
pierre-auguste renoir 's best known work
le moulin de al galette, 1876
edgar degas 's best known work
the ballet class, 1880
paul gauguin 's best known work
the vision after the sermon, 1888
vincent van gogh 's best known work
the sower, 1888
henri de toulouse-lautrec 's best known work
at the moulin rouge, 1895
edvard munch 's best known work
the scream, 1893
harmony in red by henri matisse is an example of _____, a short lived art movement which featured radically simplified and intensely colored scenes.
what historical events impacted early 20th century artists
freud, airplane created, science
this artist was also an art dealer who was first to exhibit modern, european photography in america.
american architect frank lloyd wright designed _____, like the robie house in chicago, il, which features a continuous, open floor plan.
georgia o'keeffe's evening star series is _____.
an abstraction based on nature
this art movement was inspired by cubism and began in the netherlands, with its main focus being universal harmony
although not a member of the surrealists, _____ merged surrealist principles of fantasy and reality in her autobiographical works.
picasso combined lessons from artist paul cezanne with _____ sculpture to produce his painting les demoiselles d'avignon
diego rivera's mexican murals depicting injustice are an example of _____ style.
the constructivists declared that the main element in their work was not mass but _____.
barbecue by archibald motley, jr represents _____ art movement.
seagram building by mies van der rohe represents _____ art movement.
portrait by rene magritte represents _____ art movement.
l.h.o.o.q. by marcel duchamp represents _____ art movement.
paula modersohn-becker is associated with _____ art movement.
andre derain is associated with _____ art movement.
piet mondrain is associated with _____ art movement.
giacomo bella is associated with _____ art movement.
a style in which the subject is broken down into fragments to create a collapsed, shallow-looking space; an example is george braque's the portuguese.
an art movement in italy that was inspired by cubism and glorified speed and soung; an example is umberto boccioni's unique forms of continuity in space.
a style created by pasting together pieces of newspaper, sheet music, wall paper and printed images of objects like fruit; an example is pablo picasso's violin, fruit and wine class.
a style created by assembling ordinary materials like cardboard or sheet metal, an example is pablo picasso's guitar.
bird in flight by constantine brancusi
an example of the italian futurists' attempt to fuse sculptural form with space and glorify speed.
street, berlin by ernst kirchner
from the german art movement known as "the bridge", this work expresses raw emotion.
composition iv by wassily kandinsky
an example of the "blue rider group" and the "new spirituality" this group sought in art.
nude descending a staircase by marcel duchamp
based on a chronograph, this painting shows a human figure in motion.
a picture made by cutting and joining several photographs together.
a means of expressing the subconscious by allowing the hand to move freely across paper or canvas.
also known as "found art", this term was coined by marcel duchamp to describe art made from mass produced objects.
what medium does artist james turrell use in his work amba?
in 1957, british artist richard hamilton identified several characteristics of pop art including _____.
mass produced, gimmicky, young
as minimalism developed, paintings came to be seen as _____, rather than representations of other things.
in making his work monogram, robert raushenberg added added everyday objects to collage and expressionist painting; this style of work is known as _____.
niki de saint phalle's st. sabastian, or the portrait of my love which she "killed" with materials like nails, dirt and darts, is an example of the continuing influence of this early 20th century art movement
the lever house in nyc is an example of _____, a 20th century architectural movement that promoted clean masses with efficient, practical design and exposed structural supports.
egypt awakening by mahmoud mukhtar shows the influence of ancient egyptian art and the simplified structure of this western artist
fujishima takeji's sunrise over the eastern sea is an example of how late 20th century japanese artists were influenced by _____, a style which had originally been inspired by japanese art in the 19th century.
waterfall on a lofty cliff by zhang daqian was inspired by ancient chinese master painters and this western art movement:
color field painting
amrita sher-gil's painting, the swing, demonstrates a synthesis of ancient indian art like the caves at ajanta, and the color schemes and flat patterns of western, modern painter _____.
street scene by george sekoto social or cultural significance
this work was purchased in secret by the south african national gallery because apartheid policy of racial segregation forbade purchasing works from black artists.
the dinner party by judy chicago social or cultural significance
this work illustrates feminist ideas which are especially important during the 1970s.
the holy virgin mary by chris ofili social or cultural significance
this work was the center of a heated censorship battle between the brooklyn museum and former new york city mayor rudolph giuliani
jackson pollock represents _____ art movement.
joseph kosuth represents _____ art movement.
andy warhol represents _____ art movement.
donald judd represents _____ art movement.
the function of the chinese league of left wing artists
this government sponsored group supported communist ideals by creating low-cost, widely disseminated works depicting political and economic problems in the 1930s.
the function of gutai
this group functioned from 1954-1972 and proclaimed the end of traditional art making.
the function of zaria art society
in the 1950s, a group of nigerian students formed this group with the goal of expressing more of their african identity in their work.
cooperative events that are partially planned, partially spontaneous in which viewers become active participants
conglomerations of seemingly random objects
dripping, pouring or flinging paint in rhythmical, dancing movements
color field painting
large areas of color with no obvious structure, focus or balance
sculptural forms made from rocks, soil, and plants merge with a landscape; for example, spiral jetty by robert smithson
man-made elements interact with the natural environment; for example, the lightning field by walter de maria
artists do not create anything durable but rather act before an audience or in nature; for example, tree of life series by ana mendieta
susan rothenberg's symbolic and heavily brushed painting titled blue head is an example of _____.
which of these artists combined graffiti with gold leaf to make images about the high culture of asia set in an urban landscape?
what are characteristics of postmodern architecture?
reflects popular taste, nostalgic, ambiguous
native american artist jaune quick-to-see smith's, the browning of america, represents _____.
america no longer being "black and white" as races intermingle
shilpa gupta's untitled allows the viewer to symbolically manipulate the artist by _____.
controlling how the figures in the work move
duvor (communal cloth) by el anatsui, is made of _____ which represents the triangular trade that brought slavery to america.
discarded bottle liquor bottle caps
renzo piano, architect of the modern wing at the art institute of chicago said that the structure _____.
represents contemporary ideas about openness and accessibility
manufactured sites by teddy cruz pays homage to _____.
low-income builders in tijuana, mexico
anish kapoor's to reflect an intimate part of the red represents _____.
ancient religious structures
what has had an impact on art today?
travel, communication, the human body
elizabeth murray 's contribution to neo-expressionist art movement
used a jagged array of canvas fragments to create vibrant, somewhat personal works
kerry james marshall 's contribution to neo-expressionist art movement
used neo-expressionism to investigate african american life
anselm kiefer 's contribution to neo-expressionist art movement
combined aggressive paint application of the abstract expressionist movement with historical and mythological subject matter
issue oriented art
these works comment on a range of issues from advertising, racism, calss bias and even common practices of museum display
art you may incounter without intending to, these works are accessible to everyone and a response to the hopes and needs of broad masses of people
often blurring the lines of legal and illegal, these bold works are created by artists using pseudonyms who make statements in a widely understandable language.
ice man by kiki smith represents
an example of how artists today are inspired by current events, this work is a commentary on the discovery of a stone age man's body
old mole by martin puryear represents
explores the symbolic meaning of shapes
this is not an artowrk by rachel harrison represents
an array of objects - including a wig, fake fruit and vegetables, an action figure and cement - are arranged as a meditation on what is real and what is representation
cindy sherman contibuted to postmodern photography by _____.
using photography to satirize stereotypes of women
vik muniz contributed to postmodern photography by _____.
arranging huge amounts of trash to create noble images of street persons which were then photographed
walid raad contributed to postmodern photography by _____.
developed aged and damaged photo negatives which recorded the lebanese civil war of the 1980s
instrument implement: walla walla campanile by buster simpson function was _____.
an example of how many artists today consider the environment when creating art, this work includes censors that track conditions in a nearby creek
museum of modern art rooftop garden by ken smith function was _____.
this work made from colored gravel, asphalt, and plastic brushes is intended to "hide" the building below it
vietnam vetrans memorial by maya lin function was _____.
influenced by minimalism and site works of the 60s and 70s, this V shaped black granite wall was intended to speed the process of national reconciliation and healing after a major conflict.
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