Art100 Unit 4 Test

An artwork that alters the entire space it occupies is called
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Edward Hopper's Nighthawks demonstrates the characteristics ofAmerican RegionalismWhich of the following is an example of Expressionism?Wassily Kandinsky's Composition IVColor field paintings are characterized by thelack of a central focusJacob Lawrence was a product of the community art centers located inHarlemFrancisco Goya's The Third of May, 1808 is an example ofRomanticismWhat is Ellsworth Kelly's primary subject in this painting?the formal and expressive impact of colorFrank Lloyd Wright's open floor plan continues to particularly influence the design of present-dayhomesThomas Cole's The Oxbow embodies the Romantic concept thatthe landscape can reflect the emotional state of the artistWhich artist used nightmares as the subjects for many of his paintings?Salvador DalíPierre-Auguste Renoir's Le Moulin de la Galette (The Pancake Mill) exemplifies the Impressionist style because itdemonstrates how light filters through leavesMarcel Duchamp's L.H.O.O.Q. exemplifies the rebellious attitude ofDadaThe artistic movement characterized by areas of bright, contrasting color and simplified shapes is calledFauvismRobert Smithson's Spiral Jetty is an example ofan earthworkA sculptural form made from earth, rocks, or sometimes plants and located in a remote location is calledan earthworkArt that emphasizes inner feelings and emotions rather than the objective depictions of subject matter is calledExpressionismHannah Höch's The Multi-Millionaire is an example ofphotomontageDorothea Lange was one of a number of photographers commissioned by the government to documentthe Depression.In Henri Matisse's Le Bonheur de vivre (The Joy of Life), the expressive use of color demonstrates the influence of Post-Impressionist paintings byPaul GauguinAndy Warhol's Marilyn Diptych called attention tothe pervasive character of our commercial environment.What characteristic distinguishes work by Conceptual artists such as Joseph Kosuth and Yoko Ono?Their ideas are more important than the objects displayed.What feature of Salvador Dalí's The Persistence of Memory contributes most to its disturbing effect?the juxtaposition of unrelated imagesThe International Style of architecture is known for itsundecorated rectilinear planesWhich Pop Art artist's work was stylistically characterized by the colored dots of contemporary mass printing?Roy LichtensteinArtists of which of the following movements stressed that viewers should see their paintings as objects, not pictures?MinimalismAndy Warhol created the Marilyn Diptych with the technique ofsilkscreen printingWhich of the following types of art used real objects or mass-produced techniques to comment on contemporary culture?Pop ArtWhat feature of Running Fence helps distinguish it as a site-specific work?its place in the landscapeWhich well-known work of art did Marcel Duchamp mock in his Dada work L.H.O.O.Q.?Leonardo da Vinci's Mona LisaIn Marcel Duchamp's Nude Descending a Staircase, No. 2, the use of rhythmic repetition to depict the movement of the body through space was inspired bystroboscopic photographyA revival of the form and subject matter of Greek and Roman art is calledNeoclassicismAn artform that emphasizes the artist's originating idea rather than the tangible product is characteristic ofConceptual artWhat is the subject matter of Francisco Goya's The Third of May, 1808?Napoleonic execution squads in MadridWorks that are created through paint that is poured, dripped, or flung on huge canvases are calledaction paintings.The term "Fauves" is derived from the French phrase meaningwild beastsWhat is one characteristic typical of Edward Hopper's approach to painting?careful organization and controlled light and shadowWhich of the following artistic styles concentrated on formal structure?CubismWhich movement viewed artistic experimentation with industrial materials, techniques, and forms as a means to improving the future of modern society?ConstructivismThe Hudson River School createdlandscape paintingsJudy Chicago and Nancy Spero both share an interest infeminismJackson Pollock's Autumn Rhythm (Number 30) is an example ofaction paintingIn Les Demoiselles d'Avignon (Young Ladies of Avignon), Picasso's abstract forms were influenced byAfrican sculptureGeorges Seurat's A Sunday on La Grande Jatte demonstrates the optical color mixtures and formal structure that can be achieved by usingpointillismHow does Diego Rivera's The Liberation of the Peon demonstrate a social realist approach to art?The work communicates readily with the public about important issues and events.In his paintings, such as The Starry Night, Vincent van Gogh used color to conveyemotionWillem de Kooning's Woman and Bicycle is controversial for itsmonstrous depiction of the female.Fauvist artists extended the visual vocabulary of Post-Impressionism by making their primary subject mattercolorWhich artist was most influenced by Stroboscopic photography, which shows movement through sequential images?Marcel DuchampWhich of the following exemplifies Minimalist art?Ellsworth Kelly's Blue Green Yellow Orange RedJacques-Louis David's The Oath of the Horatii exemplifies the style ofNeoclassicismMark Rothko's Blue, Orange, Red is different from Willem de Kooning's Woman and Bicycle because ituses large areas of color to evoke moods, such as joy and despairIn Joseph Beuy's I Like America and America Likes Me, the Wild West is symbolized by acoyoteWhat do Spiral Jetty and the ancient work Hummingbird have in common?They are both earthworks.In The Steerage, the shapes of the iron machinery demonstrate Alfred Stieglitz's interest inabstract compositionA key goal of the Harlem Renaissance was for African Americans toexpress themselves as modern artists through recognizably African styles.Mary Cassatt's The Boating Party is an example ofImpressionist paintingGeorgia O'Keeffe's early work was inspired bythe prairie.Why could Jean Tinguely's sculpture Homage to New York: A Self-Constructing, Self-Destructing Work of Art be described as an "event"?It self-destructed in a live performance.Pablo Picasso created Guernica in order toprotest the brutality of warThe artistic movement that emphasized the importance of the unconscious mind, dreams, and hallucinations is calledSurrealismIn Drowning Girl, Roy Lichtenstein comments on the world's obsession with consumer goods byrecreating comic-book imagesChristo and Jeanne-Claude became well known for site-specific works that usedfabricIn Frida Kahlo's The Two Fridas, the two hearts referenceAztec human sacrificeWhat feature of Edgar Degas' The Ballet Class distinguishes his approach from that of many Impressionist artists?its innovative compositionAbstract Expressionism is characterized byspontaneous and energetic brushwork.Which art movement responded to the horrors of World War I through social rebellion and an attempt to overturn social values?DadaThe artistic movement characterized by nonrepresentational forms and modern materials, such as plastic and electroplated material, is calledConstructivismThe nineteenth-century artistic movement that focused on the experiences of ordinary people rather than idealized or exotic subject matter is calledRealism