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5 Matching questions

  1. b
  2. a
  3. e
  4. c
  5. d
  1. a The style used by Georges Seurat in Café-concert is:
    a. surrealism.
    b. pointillism.
    c. realism.
    d. conceptual art.
    e. impressionistic.
  2. b Mixing two primary colors produces a ________ color.
    a. Secondary
    b. passive
    c. complementary
    d. triad
    e. monochromatic
  3. c Vonne Jacquette's Three Mile Island, Night I uses the medium of:
    a. chalk.
    b. All of the answers are correct.
    c. charcoal.
    d. white pigment.
    e. pastel.
  4. d A necessary feature of pattern is:
    a. texture.
    b. color.
    c. modeling.
    d. vanishing points.
    e. repetition.
  5. e What are the two main differences between prints and most other forms of art?
    a. Prints are always machine-made and relatively inexpensive.
    b. Prints are copies of works of art and don't involve artists in the production process.
    c. Prints have very little resale value and are a poor investment for collectors.
    Right d. Prints are made using an indirect process and this process results in multiples of the same image.
    e. None of these answers is correct.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. In printmaking, where multiple images are made from the same original design, each individual print is called:
    a. a burin.
    b. a burr.
    c. an impression.
    d. an edition.
    e. an etching.
  2. Two ancient painting media that are still in use today are:
    a. acrylics and oils.
    b. encaustic and fresco.
    c. gouache and oils.
    d. collage and acrylics.
    e. gouache and fresco.
  3. Raphael's The Madonna of the Meadows is composed using the implied shape of a:
    a. trapezoid.
    b. square.
    c. pyramid.
    d. triangle.
    e. circle.
  4. Pen and ink was the favorite sketching medium of ________, one of the greatest draftsmen of the 17th century.
    a. Lippi
    b. All of these answers are correct.
    c. Rembrandt
    d. Degas
    e. Picasso
  5. In art, shapes that suggest forms found in nature are called ________ shapes.
    a. Organic
    b. real
    c. geometric
    d. environmental
    e. three-dimensional

5 True/False questions

  1. dThe predecessor of the graphite pencil, especially popular during the Renaissance, is:
    a. metal point.
    b. charcoal.
    c. pastel.
    d. pen and ink.
    e. crayon.


  2. b________ process.
    a. planography
    b. Relief
    c. monotype
    d. serigraphy
    e. photographic


  3. dThe 18th-century Indian painting of Maharana Amar Singh and others watching musicians and acrobats utilizes the two most basic visual cues for implying depth on a flat surface. They are:
    a. chiaroscuro and hatching.
    b. atmospheric perspective and foreshortening.
    c. implied line and a vanishing point.
    d. position and overlap.
    e. None of these answers is correct.


  4. cThe earliest known printed book contains the earliest surviving woodcut image. The book was made in the 9th century C.E. in:
    a. Germany.
    b. Spain.
    c. China.
    d. Egypt.
    e. None of these answers is correct.


  5. bIn printmaking, a plate or block will be canceled so that:
    a. a new image may be printed from it.
    b. no more prints can be made from it.
    c. the artist may rework his or her ideas anew.
    d. the printmaker can properly register the prints.
    e. ink can be applied to it for printing.