3. Buckminster Fuller?s geodesic domes were inspired by the many-sided, solid
geometric shapes that occur in nature known as _____.
4. Gothic cathedrals such as Notre Dame de Chartres transferred the weight of
the vaults to exterior flying buttresses
5. Frank Lloyd Wright?s Robie House in Hyde Park, Illinois is an example of a
Prairie Style building
8. The University of Virginia Rotunda, designed by Thomas Jefferson, was
inspired in form and plan by the ____.
In Mesopotamia, a tall stepped tower of earthen materials, often supporting
a shrine, is called a:
13. Which of the following is a ?great room? or large audience hall in a
Mycenaean ruler?s residence?
16. Joern Utzon?s Sydney Opera House uses ______, which has the advantage of
19. The Mortuary Temple of Ramses II was constructed using the post-and-lintel
technique of building.
22. A system of construction in which solid forms, without the use of mortar,
are placed one on another to form a tapering structure is called:
ashlar masonry,load-bearing construction , and corbelling
24. A system of construction in which the architectural members are combined,
often in triangular units, to form a rigid framework is called:
25. In basilicas and churches, a wide central aisle separated from the side
aisles by rows of columns is called the nave
9. This term, derived from the French for ?to paste? or ?to glue,? gives its
name to a painting technique.
12. __________ is a technique in which pigments are set into wet limestone
NOne of the above
13. A subcategory of constructed sculpture that lets artists use familiar
objects in new ways is called:
14. Julio Gonzales was the sculptor who first used the _____ for his metal
18. A subtractive process in which a sculpture is formed by removing material
from a block or mass of wood, stone, or other material, with the use of
sharpened tools is called:
21. _______ is a technique in which an artist uses a pen with a metal tip to
draw on a surface that has been coated with white pigment (usually powdered
24. When an artist places parallel lines closely together to create shade in a
drawing, it is referred to as ______.
25. Drawings done with ink thinned with water and executed with a brush are
referred to as ______.
b. wet media
27. A very thin, transparent film of color painted over an already-painted
surface is called_____.
28. In ______, the artist allows for the white of the paper to produce
?highlights? through the transparent color.
32. A system of construction in which solid forms are placed one on another to
form a tapering structure is called:
a. ashlar masonry
b. load-bearing construction
34. The central portion of an entablature in the Classical Orders that often
contains relief sculpture is called the:
36. In basilicas and churches, a wide central aisle separated from the side
aisles by rows of columns is called the nave.