16 terms

Quiz 6

Covers Chapter 21 Sixteenth-Century Art in Italy, pp. 652-677
Poesie, or paintings depicting enigmatic pastoral themes, were particularly popular in______________.
subtle coloration and lighting effects
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of Mannerism?
A. irrational spatial environments
B. esoteric subject matter
C. subtle coloration and lighting effects
D. elongated proportions
D. All of the above.
Why is Sofonisba Anguissola unusual among women artists in the sixteenth century?
A. She painted portraits.
B. She had a successful career as an artist.
C. She was not the daughter of an artist.
D. All of the above.
Cellini made his most famous work in the French court at __________.
The city of ___________produced a notable number of accomplished women painters and sculptors.
__________ was called before the Inquisition for placing Jesus in the company of unsavory characters in the painting Feast in the House of Levi.
The artist __________ proclaimed he wanted to combine Titian's color with the drawing of Michelangelo.
the dome
What feature of Palladio's Villa Rotonda had not previously been used on a domestic structure?
Classical orders and proportions
The architectural design for the Palazzo del Tè plays on the patron's knowledge of _____________.
Federigo II Gonzaga enticed Guilio Romano to build a palace in __________.
The Tempest is the most famous work of __________, a short-lived painter.
an interest in color, light, and loose expressive brushwork
What distinguished Venetian painting of the late sixteenth century from works done in other Italian cities?
the room collapsing around the viewer
The trompe l'oeil paintings of the Sala dei Giganti in the Palazzo del Tè create the illusion of ______________.
D. All of the above
What subject matter was popular among Mannerist painters of the mid sixteenth century?
A. portraits
B. religious imagery
C. classical and allegorical themes
D. all of the above
D. All of the above
What about Bronzino's Allegory with Venus and Cupid would have probably been most appreciated
by patrons of Mannerist art?
A. the clarity attained through the circular composition
B. the complex iconography and ambiguous meaning
C. the political implications
D. all of the above
he spontaneity of his slashing brushwork
What characteristic of Tintoretto's painting style was criticized by his contemporaries?