HUM 1020 Test #1 (Ch 1-3) Q&A
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A _____ is a set of rules or mutually accepted conditions.
Who developed the approach to evaluation that asks, "What is the artist trying to say? Does he or she succeed? And was the artwork worth the effort?"
Which of the following are characteristics that can be applied to works of art when making value judgments?
_____ is necessary as an exercise in understanding.
Criticism should entail a detailed process of _____ to gain understanding and appreciation.
Artifact / Ritual / Art
When music is part of a religious ceremony, it may be classified as which of the following?
A Gothic Cathedral / An Abstract work / A tribal totem
Which of the following was discussed as a work exemplifying art as revealing metaphysical or spiritual truths?
The "_____arts" are prized for their purely aesthetic qualities.
Which of the following could be defined as a tangible emblem of something abstract?
Science / Craft / Art
Creativity is the realm of what activity?
The humanities seek to express humankind's _____ experiences of reality.
Which of the following is a term for carved works of sculpture?
Built sculpture uses which of the following processes?
Cast sculpture utilizes which of the following processes?
Sculptural works that are modeled utilize which of the following processes?
Sculpture is a _____-dimensional art.
Freestanding sculptural works are called which of the following?
Sculpture designed to be seen from one side only is called which of the following?
Unlike pictures, sculpture has _____ mass.
Unlike pictures, sculpture uses _____ to define line.
Sculptural works that are transitory are called which of the following?
Sculptures that are created to be a part of the natural world are called _____ sculptures.
Which of the following is a painting medium that is transparent and thinned with water?
Which of the following is responsible for the fact that watercolors produce a delicacy that cannot be produced by other media?
Which of the following is a modern, synthetic painting medium?
Which of the following is a wall-painting technique in which pigments are applied to fresh, wet plaster?
Because of the process used to produce them
prints and reproductions are always considered to be _____ works of art.
Which of the following is a planographic process?
Which of the following is an example of intaglio?
Woodcut and wood engraving are examples of which of the following?
Which of the following is a printmaking technique in which the surface of a plate is scratched with a needle?
_____ worked to get photography recognized as a fine art.
A color edge is a manifestation of what element of composition?
Which of the following is one of the three basic characteristics of line?
Form and Line
Which of the following terms are most closely related?
Orange, resulting from mixing equal amounts of red and yellow, is which of the following?
Which of the following is the term for hues opposite each other on the color wheel?
Which of the following is the term for the composite, or overall, use of color?
_____ perspective is a visual representation of the phenomenon that parallel lines seem to converge as they move into the distance, like a set of railroad tracks.
Which of the following is the term defined by the phrase, "the study of the nature of beauty and of art"?
The apparent roughness or smoothness of a picture is?
Which is NOT a purpose of art?
What are the openings or holes in sculpture?
Which of the following is NOT wet media?
Rhythm/ harmony / variation
What are the three concepts that comprise repetition?
Line, form color, and mass are some of the elements and principles of______-.
Which of the following can best be described as a type of criticism that views artwork as something generated from paralytic circumstances, needs, and/or conditions?
Which of the following is a dry drawing medium?
Understanding of the artworks internal workings
Formal criticism involves the following:
False - three dimensional
Trompe l'oeil is a form of illusionist painting that attempts to represent an object as existing in two-dimensions at the surface of the painting.