Art Test 3

________ revolutionary theories about the role of the subconscious, especially of the sexual urge, transformed early twentieth-century attitudes and values.
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"The masks weren't just like any other pieces of sculpture. Not at all. They were magic things...They were against everything - against unknown, threatening spirits. I always looked at fetishes. I understood; I too am against everything....Spirits, then unconscious, emotion, -they're all the same things. I understood why I was a painter." Who said this and what is the context?
This movement was developed in the immediate pre-First World War years and was concerned increasingly with the contemporary psychological situation. The movement originated as a revolt in favor of a new spontaneity and intensity of inner vision. Artists felt impelled to confess their moods of anxiety, frustration, and resentment towards the modern world.
Unlike other modern movements, ___________ was not concerned solely with the arts.FuturismLook at picture of Prodigal Son sculpture. Which statement is incorrect?The primitive and folkloric origins of Duchamps work - tribal African sculpture and the peasant artifacts of his native Romania were aligned with Futurismhich is not a match?Matisse, Houses and Trees"There is no such thing as _________,...You must always start with something." This is reportedly a quote from ___________.abstract art, PicassoWhich two artists jointly invented Cubism?Braque and PicassoA collage composed of pieces of variously colored paper glued to a ground.Papier colle'A term coined by the Cubists for a picture conceived as an independent construction rather than a representation - it means literally 'picture object'.Tableau-objetWith one stroke _________ changed the whole nature of sculpture with ______. Until this point all Western sculpture had been carved in stone or wood or modelled in clay and cast in bronze or other metal. The artist's sculptures were made of wood, tin, cardboard, paper, string, and other materials.Picasso, the GuitarThree of these artists were founders of a group, which name does not belong with the other three?Walter GropiusWhich one is not a feature of the Robie House designed by Frank Lloyd Wright?The use of symmetryThis architect aimed at what he called 'organic architecture', by which he meant 'an architecture that develops from within outwards in harmony with the conditions of its being.'Walter GropiusBernini Ecstasy of St. Teresa 1652 BaroqueGentileschi Judith Slaying Holofernes 1620 BaroqueVelazquez Las Meninas 1656 BaroqueRembrandt The Night Watch 1642 BaroqueJan Vermeer The Art of Painting 1666 BaroqueHoudon George Washington 1796 AnarchistDavid Oath of the Horatii 1784 NeoclassicalGoya Third of May 1808 1814 RomanticismGericault Raft of the Medusa 1819 RomanticismDelacroix Death of Sardanapalus 1827 RomanticismDelacroix Liberty Leading the People 1830 RomanticismMillet Man with a Hoe 1862 RealismManet Luncheon on the Grass 1863 RealismMonet Impression Sunrise 1872 ImpressionismMorisot View of Paris from the Trocadero 1872 ImpressionismRenoir Luncheon of the Boating Party 1881 ImpressionismManet Bar at the Folies-Bergère 1882 ImpressionismManet Olympia 1863 RealsimDegas The Ballet Rehearsal 1874 ImpressionismVan Gogh Night Café 1888 Post-ImpressionismMunch The Scream 1893 ExpressionismCezanne Mount St. Victoire 1902-4 ImpressionistKirchner Berlin Street Scene 1913 ExpressionismWright Robie House 1910 Abstract ExpressionistPicasso The Women of Avignon 1907 CubismIngre Grand Odalique 1814 NeoclassicismDaumier Freedom of the Press, Don't Meddle with It 1834 Realism

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