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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. proportion
  2. variety
  3. regional relationships
  4. spectator experience
  5. artistic form
  1. a our thoughts dominate something and we sense our separation from that something
  2. b the contrast of details and regions
  3. c significant relationships between regions
  4. d compositition or structure that makes subject matter more interesting
  5. e size relationships between the parts of a whole work of art

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. painting that has specified objects or events as its primary subject matter
  2. in painting, pigment is bound by egg yolk
  3. the organization of a medium that results
  4. in painting, pigment bound by a synthetic plastic supstance, allowing it to dry much faster than oils
  5. the combination of two or more artistic media in the same work. for example, a work of that combines acrylic paint and cut-out magazine pictures on a stretched canvas

5 True/False questions

  1. descriptive criticismjudgement of the merits of a work of art. To make an evaluative criticism, a critic would ask if the work has the work of perfection, ineshaustability, and insight

          

  2. printa continuous marking made by a moving point on a surface

          

  3. watercolorfor painting, pigment bound by a synthetic plastic substance allowing

          

  4. frescothe speed at which a composition is played

          

  5. criticismin painting, pigment bound by a synthetic plastic supstance, allowing it to dry much faster than oils