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Art 4 test
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The word Renaissance means _______
In Neo - platonic thought, Eve was identified with______
Where did the renaissance begin?
Which early Renaissance artist set the precedent of using the human body as a framework for art?
The era known as the high renaissance encompasses a time period of about _______years.
What tool did Renaissance artist developed to help them learn to drawl and linear perspective?
The theme of the Sistine chapel ceiling frescos comes from _________.
Leonardo da Vinci was a skilled _____.
Engineer, painter, inventor, and architecture
When did northern Europe artists begin using the system of linear perspective?(not a set date)
75 years later
Which 15th - century invention led to the decrease in the practice of illumination by hand?
The isenheim altarpiece, with its gruesome details of Christ's flesh wounds, originally hung where?
Hospital devoted to the treatment of illness is afflicting the skin
The movement that divided all of Europe into Protestant and catholic camps is called ______.
Because many Europe monarchs of the 17th and 18th centuries ruled with near - dictatorial power, this period is often referred to as ________.
The age of the kings
St. Teresa in ecstasy was sculpted by______.
Artists who emulated the tenebrism and style of Caravaggio were often called ________.
Who painted Judith and maidservant with the head of Holofernes?
What are the characteristics of Italian baroque art?
Ornamentation, energy, theatrical emotion, rich primary color, dynamic
Who ruled with pomp and ceremony from his palace at Versailles _____.
What French baroque painting depicts a women defying the ruling council and cremating her husband outside the city walls?
The ashes of phokion
What American painter depicted Paul revere in the neoclassical style?
John singleton Copley
Which work of art tells the story of a man who was murdered in his bath?
The death of Marat
Whose innovation was it to create group portraits in the setting of an activity, rather than posing the subjects formally?
What artist was court painter to king Phillips IV?
The Oath of the Horatii was painted in what style?
One of queen Marie Antoinettes favorite portrait painters was______?
Elisabeth Vigee lebrun
What work of art by David, used a tragic Roman tale to arouse feelings of patriotism, self-sacrifice, and civic virtues in its viewers?
He oath of the Horatii
For some two hundred years, many of the works of Judith leyster were ________?
Mistaken for painting by Fran's Hal
The first national art museum opened in 1793. This museum, still in operation today, is _____.
What style of painting is a burial at Ornans?
Eugene delcroix was a leading practitioner of what style?
Edouard Manet "borrowed" the composition of his painting le dejeuner sur l'herbe (luncheon on the grass) from what two renaissance works of art?
Titat- fete champetre and raphel, judgment of Paris
What was the salon of Paris?
A juried exhibition sponsored by the French government
Which painter's work led to the naming of Impressionism?
Henri Matisse was told by his teacher, you were born to ______.
What name was given to Matisse and other who sought to free color from its role in describing objects?
Fauve- wild beasts
A major influence upon European culture of the 19th century, one that gave rise to an expanding middle class, was_____.
The industrial revolution
The recent availability of oil paint in tubes made it possible for what group of artists to paint outside?
Which art movement grew out of dada and was influence by freud's theories of the unconscious?
Cezanne's emphasis on structure in painting was a direct influence in the development of _______.
Which two artists created the movement known as cubism?
Pablo Picasso and George Braque
What is post-Impressionism?
Were United in rejecting the relate to absence of form characteristics of imperialism
Marcel Duchamp created a new art form in which the artist makes nothing, but merely labels an object as art. He called this art form____.
Ready made art
What was the New York school?
Abstract expressionist painters lumped together
Jackson created abstract expressionist painting in the style called_____.
Who painted the woman series, which was Seen as shocking and brutal?
William de Kooning
The style used by Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol is called_____.
Who staged events he called "happenings"?
What is photorealism?
Painting that resemble photographs
______ is a type of performance art and which artists use their own bodies to force viewers to explore the relationship between themselves and the artist
Dinner party by Judy Chicago is a prime example of ______ art.
Guerrilla girls use posters and onside appearances two______.
Bring attention to gender inequalities of the art world
The term postmodern is the first used in reference to a certain style and what art form?
What new media became available in 1965?
Early conceptualists reacted to the burgeoning art market by ________.
Attempting to eliminate the art project
Ansley kiefer was one of the most prominent ______ painters.