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Art Test 2
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Norwegian Post Impressionist
Post Impressionist who painted in Tahiti
Reconstructed nature in paintings
African American realist painter
Founded the Hudson River School
Depicts brutality of war
The Futurists were inspired by Cubism and glorified_________________
Who was responsible for bringing motion to Cubism?
Henri Matisse was the leader of the artistic movement called__________.
Who were the two main people whose exploratory works contributed the most to the development of Cubism?
Picasso and Braque
The artist that painted Composition IV, Wassily Kandinsky, sought a visual form similar to______________ and gave his paintings what type of titles?
Before this Cubist piece most sculpture was modeled or carved. Since this Cubist piece, much art has been constructed.
German Expressionism had two main groups_________________ and _____________________.
the bridge and blue rider
With his work Harmony In Red (The Red Room) 1908-1909 Matisse began to see painting as what it really was_____________________________
a rythmic arrangement of line and color on a flat plane
Two Fauve artists that exhibited together in the Salon d'Autome were:
Mattise and Durain
Picasso's painting, Les Demoiselles d'Avignon reveals influences from____________, ____________ and Egyptian art.
What was innovative about Picasso's Still Life with Chair Caning?
oval rope as the border
Influential in introducing modern Art to America in his 291 Gallery.
Created Bird In Space in 1928
"...the beauty of speed...is more beautiful than the Victory of Samothrace."
Orphic Cubism 12 foot painting on mattress ticking
had a "breakthrough" with Les Demoiselles D'avignon
sought a visual form similar to music
painted Harmony in Red 1908-1909
influenced by stroboscopic photography
founder of "The Bridge"
"L.H.O.O.Q" is an example of what type of art?
"Fountain" is an example of what type of art?
This statement, "have the artifacts of our mass production turned us into hollow-headed robots who simply receive information and are unable to think for ourselves?" may express the meaning of which work of art that was originally created as anti-art?
"The Spirit of our Time"
The Spanish Surrealist who produced near photographic dream images was_________________
What group of artists drew ideas from DADA and Freud?
What art movement attempted to combine dreams with reality states, even though recognizing the two were contradictory?
What art movement developed out of a search for what was uniquely American.
the painting that has become an American national icon.
Henry Moore's figures are organic shapes that suggest what?
Sargent Johnson, who created Forever Free was part of the cultural flowering of artists, poets, musicians, and novelists known as the______________
What were the goals of The Style (De Stijl) that was started in the Netherlands and was inspired by Cubism?
Readymades and Assisted readymades
Haunted by nightmares, made rubbings
Painted his dreams highly illusionistic
Used automatism, transcending rational thought
Style was based on Northern Renaissance and American Folk paintings
Portrayed the loneliness of American life.
Mexican artist paid to decorate public buildings with revolution and history stories
Mexican artist who was "adopted by the Surrealists"
Artist that thought Art should not need a subject; shapes were enough
Works express a desire for uniting all religions and nations
Jackson Pollock's Autumn Rhythm is an excellent example of what new art movement?
In his work called Monogram, Robert Rauschenberg put everyday objects together with collage and Expressionist paintings to form what is called______________
One and Three Chairs by artist Joseph Kosuth is a good example of ________ art.
Who is the main spokesperson for minimal art?
The large installation The Dinner Party, by artist Judy Chicago, illustrates the importance of ________ (in) art, which is considered to be a vital force in the 1970s.
Cooperative events, in which viewers participate in loosely scripted scenarios, are called:
As Minimalism and hard-edge developed, paintings came to be seen as objects themselves, rather than as____________________________
representations of other things
Site works differ from earthworks in that site works are designed to interact with the environment, whereas earthworks:
merge with the landscape
The work of Andy Warhol helped make people aware of the taken-for-granted _______________________, which form a large part of the American culture.
Installations and ___________________ generally make the assumption that an important part of the experience is the viewer's participation.
Donald Judd's 1967 work, Untitled, tells no story, has no symbolic content; he wants it to be seen as only ________ and form.
David Smith's new idea in his Cubi XVII was to use __________________
factory materials and methods
pioneer of color field painting
created RUNNING FENCE, a process work
Cristo and Jeanne-Claude
created site sculpture designed to be viewed over a long period of time
made large comic book images on canvas
published a list of characteristics for Pop Art
one of the founders of the Earthworks movement
Created The Dinner Party, an early Feminist work
The most rigorous early Conceptualist artist
Neoclassism in America
Jacques-Louis David believed that art should serve the aims of politics. His painting, Oath of the Horatii was in the ________ style, which was based on Greek and Roman past.
Luncheon on the Grass, by Edouard Manet, was considered scandalous because of the way it was painted and because of its ________________.
too real, lacking finish
Claude Monet's Impression: Sunrise began the movement known as_____________________
Edgar Degas' paintings revealed his interest in the candid attitudes found in street photography and the asymmetry of:
The Post-Impressionists felt the Impressionists did not allow room for______________
In his letters to his brother Theo, Vincent van Gogh expressed his ideas about color as a force to show________________
What was another term besides Neoclassicism that was used to describe Thomas Jefferson's influence on American architecture?
What was the important artistic invention that occurred in 1841 which allowed artists to paint out of doors?
What is Georges Seurat's method of optical color mixing called?
divisionalism or pointillism
Auguste Rodin was influenced by the work of __________________ a Renaissance sculptor
Eugene Delacroix was one of the first to recognize the difference between_________ vision and __________ vision.
camera and human
Who painted scenes of people enjoying themselves at social gatherings which included innovative dapples of color (to depict sunlight)?
Pierre- Auguste Renoir
How did Monet achieve vibrancy in his paintings that cannot be achieved with mixed or blended color?
with strokes of color
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