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Which of the following artists revived the traditions of fine pottery making among the Pueblo people

Maria Martinez

Slab construction and coiling are techniques used in


Although no definite line separate crafts from other art objects, one helpful distinction is that

in crafts there is a special emphasis on the materials used

Weaving is created with two interlaced sets of fibers that form a grid-like pattern called

warp and weft

Which of the following types of clay fires at the highest temperatures


_____ invovles heating a chunk of metal over a fire, then beating and shaping it with hammers


Which culture introduced the blowpipe to glassmaking


The fibers that are held taut in weaving are known as the


Stained glass is made by

cutting and piecing together bits of colored glass

The Olumeye Bowl

has unusual elements of which we do not know the meaning

A _____ is a special type of weaving that forms a pattern or design on the front of the fabric


Which artist demanded artistic equality for occupations that had been considered "women's work"

Judy Chicago

What separates the art object from the craft object

There is no definite line

Wood is not very durable because

All of the above

Fired earthware is often referred to by its Italian name

terra cotta

The Tree of Jesse is an example from

the golden age of stained glass

Untitled (Cup in Two Parts) by Ken Price was made using the technique of

slab construction

The principle ingredient of glass is


Although the chemical composition of _____ changes when exposed to extreme heat, _____ doesn't change chemically when its pliability is altered by heat

clay / glass

Forgin is the art of which profession


The Limburg Staurotheca is

All of the above

Cloisonne is named after

NONE of the above

Intarsia involves

cutting and inlaying pieces of wood to form mosaic images

Islamic cultures have focused a great deal of aesthetic attention on

carpets and rugs

What do Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, Picasso, and Matisse all have in commone

They all worked in both fine arts and crafts

In weaving, the set of fibers that is held taut on a loom or frame is called

the warp

Faith Ringgold's Purple Quilt is a tribute to

Alice Walkers' novel The color purple

The subject matter of Faith Ringold's Tar Beach

Summer urban life

The Ancient Olmecs of Mesoamerica prized _____ for its transluence, which they associated with rainwater


Judy Chicago's The Dinner Party is an important and influential work because it reflects

art that is rooted in the social and historical experience of women

An archeologist asked _____ to reconstruct an entire pot from a broken piece he had found, thus launching her career and the revival of Pueblo pottery

Maria Martinez

As the feminist movement of the 1970s gained momentum, many artists sought to

blur the boundaries between traditional crafts and fine art

To make an earthenware pot watertight, it must be coated with


The Haniwa figure from Japan illustrated in this chapter was made using the techique of

slab construction

Harvesting, purifying, coloring with dyes, and applying in thin coats over wood are all steps in the technique os


During which period in Western civilization did the professions of painter, sculptor, and architect first gain social status over the trades of other craftsmen


Crafts are objects which are made

by hand

One technique for using clay is


Large clay objects are usually not made by


The finest type of clay is called


Clay which is used on a potter's wheel is said to be


The principal ingredient in glass is


The Portland Vase shows the skill of the _____ glassmakers in its _____

Roman / cameo

Glass may be formed by blowing, molding, pressing and


As a material, metal is unlike wood, clay or glass in that it is


Metals can be cast or


Throughout history, humans have worn items of metal for _____ and _____ reasons

medical / symbolic

The metal and jeweled Easter eggs of _____ were both precious and unique


The Bella Coola mask is a good example of the craft material of


Tapestry differs from weaving in the way the _____ yarns are manipulated to form a pattern


One of the most famous examples of embroidery is the

Bayeux Tapestry

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