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4 Matching questions

  1. b
  2. e
  3. a
  4. d
  1. a A good example of the use of aquatint in creating areas of unmodulated, translucent color is the print:
    a. Standard Station by Ed Ruscha.
    b. Hasta La Muerte by Francisco de Goya.
    c. Untitled (Sequoia and Moon) by Vija Celmins.
    d. Woman Bathing by Mary Cassatt.
    e. Preface to the Diamond Sutra.
  2. b The idea that a print is made from a matrix has been altered by the use of ________ to make prints.
    a. silkscreen
    b. lithographic stone
    c. monotypes
    d. the planographic process
    e. an artist-quality printer
  3. c Which of the following is an example of a nonaqueous medium?
    a. Fresco
    b. Oil paint
    c. Acrylic
    d. Watercolor
    e. None of these answers is correct.
  4. d In art, shapes that suggest forms found in nature are called ________ shapes.
    a. Organic
    b. real
    c. geometric
    d. environmental
    e. three-dimensional

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. What is pigment in paint?
    a. A powdered color
    b. A medium
    c. A solvent
    d. A binder
    e. A vehicle
  2. Lithography is a __________ process, which means that the printing surface is flat, not raised.
    a. etching
    b. intaglio
    c. serigraphy
    d. relief
    e. Planographic
  3. The style used by Georges Seurat in Café-concert is:
    a. surrealism.
    b. pointillism.
    c. realism.
    d. conceptual art.
    e. impressionistic.
  4. Traditional Chinese artists used _________, the oldest painting medium in continuous use.
    a. watercolor
    b. encaustic paint
    c. gouache
    d. acrylic
    e. ink sticks
  5. 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.

5 True/False questions

  1. cExcept in the case of ________, identical multiple impressions are printed to create editions in printmaking.
    a. screenprints
    b. intaglio prints
    c. Monotypes
    d. relief prints
    e. planographic prints

          

  2. bLithography is a __________ process, which means that the printing surface is flat, not raised.
    a. etching
    b. intaglio
    c. serigraphy
    d. relief
    e. Planographic

          

  3. bPope Julius II employed which two Italian Renaissance artists to paint frescoes for him?
    a. Rivera and Kahlo
    b. Michelangelo and Raphael
    c. Van Gogh and Gauguin
    d. Vermeer and Van Eyck
    e. Donatello and Titian

          

  4. dArtists can portray _________ textures that are created to look like something other than a flat painted surface.
    a. actual
    b. hatching
    c. chroma
    d. Visual
    e. None of these answers is correct.

          

  5. dIn buon fresco, or true fresco, pigment is mixed with water and applied to:
    a. dry plaster.
    b. stretched canvas.
    c. hot beeswax.
    d. wet plaster.
    e. raw silk.