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Art 1300 Robbins Final Baylor
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Form refers to*
(A) Physical attributes of a work of art
In what way does cultural context change*
Time & Place.
Five elements of design*
line, shape, color, value, texture.
How do we relate to scale of work of art*
With our bodies, the human body
What are negative shapes*
Shapes between the positive shapes.
What is chiaroscuro*
Light & Shadow.
The type of color scheme referring to colors that are neighbors on the color wheel *
Foreshortening refers to linear perspective as applied to*
the body or figure
Physical trace of how an artist makes a work of art*
When drawing became a legitimate art form*
The word to describe aligning of multiple color plates for print*
How many times a typical piece of glazed ceramic fired*
The first collages were made by who*
Snapshot photography was born by the mass production of*
Method used to cast bronze*
Lost Wax method
Name used to describe sculpted figure with weight over one leg*
A keystone is used in the construction of*
In addition to skeleton and skin construction hat addition made skyscrapers possible*
Balloon Frame construction used to build modern homes, accompanied the mass production of*
Nails & 2 x 4's (A and B)
Venus of whillandorf is an example of*
Roman sculpture different from Greek because*
More realistic. Realism.
In the year 313 AD, Constantine declared the empire will*
Tolerate all religion.
During Charlemagne's rule, he*
(D) Incorporated roman art into that of the Franks.
Relief sculpture of the Gothic period*
(D) All of the above. higher relief, uses clothing to define anatomy, more naturalistic
Which past cultures Inspired renaissance artists*
Greek and Roman.
Artists during the renaissance strove to achieve*
One major difference between renaissance and Greek sculpture*
Subject matter of viewing female nude made acceptable*
All of the above. exotic, mythical, religious
Romantic artists strove to achieve*
Realism is different from naturalism because*
Depict subject matter that is not idealized.
The impressionists revolutionized painting by refusing to use*
All of the above.
How did Edward Manet's painting of the female figure differ*
All of the above. known prostitute, addressed views gaze, not idealized
Impressionism is based on*
Perception of color.
Why did Dada artists make absurd art*
Because of the war.
Why were Harlem artists not promoted by institutions because of*
Surrealists made art*
All of the above. to connect with collective unconscious, to merge dreams with reality, automatic process
(E) All of the above. art movement of actionfield and , often referred to NY school
Pop art was one of the many art movements in the 1960's that conflated low/high culture (T/F)*
Some minimalist artists wanted to*
(C) experience their own bodies in relation to the art.
Painting is still relevant today because of its history (T/F)*
The Ash Can & 14th street school painted*
Edwards Hopper's art depicted*
All of the above. isolated figures, particular times of day, seasons for poetic reasons
Photo-realist painters made flat paintings by*
(C) focusing on the photograph as subject.
Neo-Dodda artists developed new art techniques*
All of the above. performance art, male art, conceptual art
Which movement inspired performance art*
What did John Cage teach his students to focus on*
Post-modern architects broke with modernism by appropriating forms from*
In the mid-90's, public funding for the Brooklyn Museum was threatened because a painting included the medium of*
(C) Used in Advertising.
Today many artists consider the cultural & historical contexts of specific media, techniques, and compositions as integral to their art (T/F)*
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