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  1. In Laurie Simmons' photograph Red Library #2, the perfect room and robot-like woman are meant to symbolize ____.
  2. Probably the most ubiquitous type of monument depicts a man on horseback, known as a(n) ____ statue.
  3. Dara Birnbaum's multimedia installation PM Magazine appropriated images from the network show of the same title in an effort to focus on ____.
  4. Leonardo da Vinci's Proportion of the Human Figure can best be considered an example of ____.
  5. Betye Saar's Ancestral Spirit Chair is constructed of ____.
  1. a bilateral symmetry
  2. b the exploitation of women
  3. c the dangers of too much order
  4. d equestrian
  5. e tree branches capped by salt shakers

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Carving
  2. realistic
  3. heightened emotional impact
  4. modeling
  5. evoke instinctive reactions of repulsion and attraction

5 True/False questions

  1. Antoni Gaudi was known for his ____ that helped define the Modernista style in Catalonia, Spain.content

          

  2. The 16th-century artist Leonardo da Vinci produced what is perhaps the most famous painting in the history of Western art. This painting is known as ____.resolution

          

  3. Images painted directly on a wall or intended to cover a wall completely, such as José Clemente Orozco's Epic of American Civilization: Hispano-American, are known as ____.resolution

          

  4. Claes Oldenburg's Soft Toilet elevates an everyday object to a work of art and forces us to rethink its function in society. This is an example of ____.Pop art

          

  5. A good architectural example of rhythmic progression can be found in the ____ in the ceiling of the mosque at Córdoba, Spain.arches