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Art 1111 Art appreciation Final
Terms in this set (24)
A mimetic work of art is one that is created
As an imitation of its subject matter
According to Plato, the state of absolute perfection exists in
The idea archetype
Artist who depict what they see are called _ artists while artists who depict ideas from their imagination are called _ artists.
All of the above
Gestalt psychology is the study of
Perception in creating a whole out of fragmented parts
Marcel Duchamp demonstrated in his work, The fountain, that art
Lies in the intention of the artist and viewer
The theory of semiotics states that art
Is communication between artist and viewer by using signs and symbols
For The Conversion of St. Paul, Caravaggio selected the models in his painting from ____.
Caravaggio's Conversion of St. Paul presents the same dynamic emotion and dramatic religious fervor with the use of eloquent pictorial devices and stage lighting in much the way as in which of the following works of art?
Bernini's ecstasy of St. Teresa
Which of the following artist most influenced the work of Artemisia Gentileschi?
During the Baroque period, Protestant Dutch artists sold most of the works they produced to
The middle class
Vermeer was known to have used which of the following tools?
In Rembrandt's anatomy lesson of Dr. Tulp, he has clustered the participants on the left side and has placed Dr. Tulp on the right on the right side with the diagonally placed foreshortened corpse disrupting the strict horizontal, planar orientation. This is in sharp contrast to which of the following traditions of group portraiture
The subjects were placed evenly across the canvas
Spain was on of the wealthiest European countries during the baroque and lavishly supported the arts, at least partly due to _
An influx of riches from the new world
Which of the following painters was an ambassador, diplomat and court painter to dukes and kings and supervised a huge workshop of assistants
Peter Paul rubens
Valazquez and rubens were both influenced by the renaissance artist
The viewpoint of las mininas is unusual because _
The viewer takes the perspective of the paintings subjects
For his mysterious Las Meninas, or the ____, Diego Velázquez dissolved his forms into small, roughly textured brushstrokes that would be the hallmark of ____ two centuries later.
Maids in waiting; Impressionism
Before the Baroque period ended, ____ began to replace Rome as the center of the art world and ____ was the principal exponent of its official style.
France; Nicolas Poussin
Poussin was fascinated by ancient Rome and Italian Renaissance cultures. In his Et in Arcadia Ego that fascination has been translated into a visual text illustrating rational order and classicism. It is reminiscent of which of the following artists?
What is the name of the specific style of rococo painting that depicted the outdoor amusement and entertainments of the upper classes
The return from cythera represents a group of lovers preparing to depart from the island of eternal youth. Watteau emphasized the the elegance and grace using which of the following
At the turn of the century, the French academy was divided rather sharply between two doctrines. Which taught that color was the most important element?
Francisco Goya who was neither neoclassicist nor romantic is best known for his _, one of the most famous of which is the third of May 1808
graphic representation of man's inhumanity to man
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