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Art Appreciation Chapter 11
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Viola's series titled The Passions is based on ____ paintings of figures in sorrow, ecstasy, or astonishment.
Renaissance and Baroque
The Study for the Portrait of Okakura Tenshin showed the Japanese characteristics of ____.
flat shapes and contour lines
In Pollock's Lucifer, the style of painting called ____ involved the motion of the artist's entire body.
Van Gogh's Portrait of Dr. Gachet featured ____ to show the artist's state of mind.
Chuck Close uses ____ to convey importance in his portraits.
Nancy Burson's Faces are portraits of children with ____.
Lucian Freud's Leigh under the Skylight is a portrait of ____.
a unique man
Rembrandt's portraits reveal that The Netherlands encouraged ____.
Frida Kahlo's many self-portraits show her face as ____.
A Yakshi is a representation of ____.
According to Protagoras, man is the ____ of all things.
Doryphoros translates to ____.
The Doryphoros is idealized in several ways, including ____.
its restrained emotions
Traditional African sculpture portrays the frontal view as ____.
Many African sculptures considered the head and ____ as most important.
Laocoön and His Sons revealed ____ Greek attitudes about the body during the Hellenistic period.
Medieval Christians felt the ____ was more important than the ____.
Eadweard Muybridge's photos of human bodies revealed his ____ attitude towards the human body.
The Egyptian ____ style was a new aesthetic, which rejected the rigid, abstract style of the past for a more flowing, elegant, naturalistic approach.
Vincent van Gogh's Portrait of Dr. Gachet was a vehicle for commentary about ____.
the suffering inherent in modern, urban life
A(n) ____ pose depicts a figure standing naturally, with one foot forward and one leg bearing most of the figure's weight.
____ is known for the use of stop motion photography to document the physical movement of humans and animals.
The publication of ____ theories of repression and neurosis influenced many artists of the late nineteenth century.
A successful portrait in art is usually considered someone's likeness, not only in face but also in ____.
The first attribute of a specific portrait is usually ____ features, rather than the broadly stylized features evident in generic figures.
Double Mask from the Ejagham People of the Cross River area of Cameroon was worn during rituals that promoted ____.
The Dutch artist, ____ made at least sixty-two self-portraits, often identifiable by the subject matter and his palette of earth tones, dull reds and luminous yellows.
Rembrandt van Rijn
____ was known for using self portraits to comment on the factors shaping her life, including her ancestry and her chronic pain.
____ photographs reflect socially prescribed roles and explore the nature of stereotypes.
A(n) ____ figure, such as Doryphoros, is often used to represent ideas about the essence of humanity, rather than depicting a specific individual.
In ____ Greece, figures were often depicted in theatrical poses as though they were on stage in front of an audience.
During the Renaissance, the ____ as an ideal form became popular again.
In the nineteenth century, new technologies such as ____ changed the understanding of the human body and the way art was made.
Chuck Close is a painter known for making highly idealized figurative paintings based on classical notions of ideal beauty. T/F
Nancy Burson achieved a grainy, fuzzy look in her photographic series Faces by using a cheap plastic camera. T/F
A full-body portrait is always a life-size depiction of an individual. T/F
Polykleitos invented and applied a system of mathematical proportions called the Canon for the depiction of Greek figures. T/F
In Medieval Europe, human nature was held in high esteem, and images of the body symbolized the purity of God's divine realm. T/F
Italian Renaissance artists were strongly influenced by Hellenistic and Roman sculptures that were being excavated in central Italy. T/F
Many late nineteenth century European artists were strongly influenced by Japanese prints and paintings. T/F
Ritual tattooing was often used on the eastern islands of the South Pacific as part of initiation rites that prepared an individual for adulthood. T/F
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