Art 100 Final Study Guide
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Is more playful and lighthearted.
In comparison to Baroque art, the style of Rococo:
One of the names most closely associated with Performance art is __________
What nationality was Peter Paul Rubens?
St. Teresa in Ecstacy is an excellent example of:
Which one of the following artist was a Realist?
•All of these answers are correct
The following characteristics are all typical of Italian Baroque art EXCEPT:
Robert Smithson's Spiral Jetty is an example of:
Object (Luncheon in Fur) by Meret Oppenheim
A good example of a Surrealist poetic object is:
Business life. The family and home. The community.
Unlike Baroque art from Catholic countries, Dutch Baroque art focused upon:
San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane.
One of the most influential buildings of the architect Francesco Borromini was:
After the Russian Revolution of 1917, many artists believed that only the most revolutionary art could bring about a new movement, which was called:
A neutral term describing the varied directions of a few artists who both accepted and rejected some of the aims of Impressionism
The term Post-Impressionism refers to:
Henri Matisse was told by Gustave Moreau, his teacher at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, "You were born to ________"
Dealt directly with the trauma of Germany's past.
Anselm Kiefer was one of the most prominent Neo-Expressionists. His work:
Paul Cézanne's emphasis on structure in painting was a direct influence in the developement of:
Paintings depicting scenes of everyday life are known as _______ paintings.
One of Queen Marie-Antoinette's favorite portrait painters was:
Among the following artists, whose innovation was it to create group portraits in the setting of an activity, rather than posing the subjects formally?
The psychological use of color.
Jasper Johns chose familiar images for his subject matter so that he could then concentrate on all the following EXCEPT:
The artistic recycling of existing images is an aspect of:
Drama, unbridled emotions, and complex compositions
Romantic art stresses
The excavations of ancient Pompeii and Herculaneum
_______ helped shape the Neoclassical style.
Mistakenly identified as the work of Frans Hals.
For some 200 years, many of the works of Judith Leyster were:
Bring attention to gender inequalities in the art world.
The Guerilla Girls use posters and onsite appearances to:
Eugène Delacroix was a leading practicioner of the:
A movement in panting that explores the way a camera "sees."
Photorealism refers to:
The Oath of the Horatti
A work of art that uses tragic Roman tale to arouse feelings of patriotism, self-sacrifice, and civil virtues in its viewers is:
Attempting to eliminate the art object
Early Conceptualists reacted to the burgeoning art market by:
Jacob van Ruisdael.
Typical of Dutch landscape painting was the work of:
Scenes of leisure involving the middle class.
In their paintings, the Impressionists often focus on:
All of these answers are correct
Gianlorenzo Bernini was:
•all of these answers are correct
Began as a graffiti artist.
Artist Jean-Michel Basquiat:
All of these answers are correct
Which of the following is an American artist:
•Henry Ossawa Tanner
•George Caleb Bingham
•All of these answers are correct
Roy Lichtenstein often based his imagery on the:
Which of the following was court painter to King Philip IV?
A physical object.
Minimalism, a trend that coexisted with Pop, emphasized a continuation of the exploration of nonrepresentation and the idea that a painting or sculpture is primarily:
Nicholas Poussin; The Ashes of Phocion
Foremost among French painters of the 17th century was ________, who painted ________.
Which of the following interiors wold artists Ernesto Neto most like to create a work for?
Pointillism is a technique developed by:
Is unstable and communal.
Appropriation contends that the meaning of a work of art:
The first art movement to be born in the 19th century was __________, which arose as a reaction against Neoclassicism Romanticism.
Sol LeWitt's Wall Drawing #122 is an example of:
The Louvre in Paris.
The first national art museum opened in 1793. This museum, still in operation today, is:
In Baroque architecture, wall surface often protrude into the viewer's space. In Baroque painting, this same effect is created through the use of:
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:
A critic used the term to describe the movement after seeing the painting Impression: Sunrise, and it caught on.
How did Impressionism get its name?
Creates an environment for the viewer to enter and experience.
A new art form known as "installation"
Which art movement was directly influenced by Sigmund Freud's theories of the unconscious?
All of these
If Fauvism's mission was to liberate color from its discriptive role, Cubism's initial aim was:
•to reduce the role of color to a minimum.
•to find a way of representing the fact that human perception involves multiple viewpoints.
•to invent a new system for depicting form and space on a flat surface.
•all of these
The Industrial Revolution.
A major influence upon European culture of the 19th century, one that gave rise to an expanding middle class, was:
Painting is the primary medium used by all of the following EXCEPT:
Traced the actions of the painter.
The term action painting refers to the fact that this new type of painting:
Vigée-Lebrun and David
Which artists intentionally used their work to shape the public's view of prominent figures?
Art was more like life itself.
Allan Kaprow took art in a new direction with "happenings." His primary claim was that:
The term postmodernism was first used in reference to a certain style in:
Refrigerator magnets depicting Michelangelo's David and Botticelli's Venus as jewelry are an example of:
Can take many directions at the same time, all of them equally valid.
One of the ideas behind Postmodernism is pluralism, which proposes that art:
Seen as shocking and brutal.
The Women series of paintings by Willem de Kooning caused a stir in the art world. They were:
The manufacture of oil paint in tubes made it possible for the 19th -century European artists to make painting a portable activity. The spontaneity and directness of painting outdoors is evident in works by ________ artists.
The Baroque painting Judith and Maidservant with the Head of Holofernes depicts a story from:
Mistook an upside-down painting of his for an unfamiliar work of spectacular beauty.
Vasili Kandinsky became convinced that art should be free of representational subject matter when he:
A Neo-Dada artist who made art from "found" materials and images and named his new art form "combine paintings" is:
He achieved and maintained financial success throughout his life.
The following is true about Rembrandt EXCEPT:
•he was a master of multiple types of painting, including portraits, landscapes, and religious scenes.
•he achieved and maintained financial success throughout his life.
•he painted self-portraits throughout his career.
•he was the son of a miller.
•he was born in the Dutch city of Leiden.
The Age of Kings.
Because many European monarchs of the 17th and 18th centuries ruled with near-dictatorial power, this period is often referred as:
Was a convenient way to lump together the Abstract Expressionist.
The term New York School refers to a postwar art movement that:
The Death of Marat
Which work of art tells the story of the man who was murdered in his bath?
Louis XIV of France.
The Palace of Versailles was home to:
__________, who designed a famous armchair, was a student of the Bauhaus school of design in Germany.
Hindu rituals and beliefs
Knowledge of what would have enriched the experience of those who visited Gupta's Very Hungry God?
Renaissance works of art.
Edouard Manet "borrowed" the composition of his painting Le Déjeuner sur l'herbe (Luncheon on the Grass) from:
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