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5 Matching questions

  1. Jeffersonian Architecture
  2. Post Impressionism artists
  3. Surrealism artists
  4. Rome - Middle Ages
  5. Barroque artists
  1. a Carravaggio, Vermeer, Velazquez (spains principle painter), Jan Van Eyck (invented linseed oil in 1400's to allow intense/dense colors)
  2. b 1000 yrs b/t Romans & Renaissance, 5th c BCE, Animal style, no christian figures; Gothic architecture w/ stained glass
  3. c Seurat (pointillism); Cezanne (solid planes of color squares); Van Gogh
  4. d Greek architecture influence
  5. e Paul Klee - implications suggest what it is; Kandinsky (German) "Power to Audience"; Salvador Dali - almost believable; Frida Kahlo - fantastical/imaginary

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Leader of Avantgarde - forward-thinking, controversial, against the norm; France; most important impressionism artist; emphasis on brishstrokes;
  2. florence, italy, rome
  3. Early/Bronze Age, Late 7th to early 5th c. BCE,
  4. Paris 20th c., the "anti art"; about irony, humor, shock; manipulate for humor
  5. 20th c. Paris; concepts of motion & speed

5 True/False questions

  1. Greecelate 7th to early 5th c. BCE, Archaic, Classical, Hellenistic


  2. photography/Daguerreotypesinfluenced realism; threat to painting


  3. Renaissance artistsDaVinci, Michelangelo, Raphael


  4. American PaintingEd Hopper "Nighthawks" diner; Grant Wood "American Gothic"


  5. 1st Landscapes18th - 19th c.; Oil paint in tubes 1841; allowed portability; Hudson River School (band of people w/ same philosophies)