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  1. QUIZ 4
  2.  
  3. •  Question 1
  4.        
  5.         In House (p.57), how does Jaune Quick-to-See Smith evoke the simplicity of traditional Native American lifestyles that have disappeared?
  6. Answer                 
  7.         Selected Answer:          c.  
  8. simple black outlines and ironic messages
  9. Correct Answer:   c.  
  10. simple black outlines and ironic messages
  11.                        
  12. •   Question 2
  13.        
  14.         What cultural conventions (p. 74) did Robert Mapplethorpe challenge in his photographic portrait of female bodybuilder, Lisa Lyon?
  15. Answer                 
  16.         Selected Answer:          a.  
  17. the traditional representation of the female nude
  18. Correct Answer:   a.  
  19. the traditional representation of the female nude
  20.                        
  21. •   Question 3
  22.        
  23.         Which of these pieces illustrates the use of "expressive" line?
  24. Answer                 
  25.         Selected Answer:          b.  
  26. Van Gogh's The Starry Night
  27. Correct Answer:   b.  
  28. Van Gogh's The Starry Night
  29.                        
  30. •   Question 4
  31.        
  32.         Lines that create a sense of movement and direction are called:
  33. Answer                 
  34.         Selected Answer:          c.  
  35. implied lines.
  36. Correct Answer:   c.  
  37. implied lines.
  38.                        
  39. •   Question 5
  40.        
  41.         Jacques-Louis David's The Death of Socrates is set up in a system of right angles on a grid structure. How does this affect the content of the piece?
  42. Answer                 
  43.         Selected Answer:          a.  
  44. it reiterates the rationality of Socrates' actions
  45. Correct Answer:   a.  
  46. it reiterates the rationality of Socrates' actions
  47.                        
  48. •   Question 6
  49.        
  50.         In Giacometti's Man Pointing, our eye is directed down his right arm and past his pointed finger to some imagined point of interest beyond. This is an example of which formal element?
  51. Answer                 
  52.         Selected Answer:          b.  
  53. implied line
  54. Correct Answer:   b.  
  55. implied line
  56.                        
  57. •   Question 7
  58.        
  59.         The organization of visual elements in an artwork is called:
  60. Answer                 
  61.         Selected Answer:          c.  
  62. a composition.
  63. Correct Answer:   c.  
  64. a composition.
  65.                        
  66. •   Question 8
  67.        
  68.         Hung Liu's paintings, such as Three Fujins (p. 69), rely on contrasts between two very important elements:
  69. Answer                 
  70.         Selected Answer:          c.  
  71. carefully drawn structural lines and uncontrolled drip lines
  72. Correct Answer:   c.  
  73. carefully drawn structural lines and uncontrolled drip lines
  74.                        
  75. •   Question 9
  76.        
  77.         The Starry Night, by Vincent van Gogh, indicates the power of the artist's _______ line.
  78. Answer                 
  79.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  80. expressive
  81. Correct Answer:   d.  
  82. expressive
  83.                        
  84. •   Question 10
  85.        
  86.         Titian's Assumption and Consecration of the Virgin demonstrates the power of:
  87. Answer                 
  88.         Selected Answer:          c.  
  89. lines of sight.
  90. Correct Answer:   c.  
  91. lines of sight.
  92.                        
  93. •   Question 11
  94.        
  95.         Line can define space by _____________.
  96. Answer                 
  97.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  98. all of the above
  99. Correct Answer:   d.  
  100. all of the above
  101.                        
  102. •   Question 12
  103.        
  104.         Hung Liu studied and taught to paint with a strict classical line that is associated with the style of:
  105. Answer                 
  106.         Selected Answer:          a.  
  107. Russian Social Realism.
  108. Correct Answer:   a.  
  109. Russian Social Realism.
  110.                        
  111. •   Question 13
  112.        
  113.         Hatching and cross-hatching are ways of turning line into______________, or three-dimensional, modeled space.
  114. Answer                 
  115.         Selected Answer:          b.  
  116. value
  117. Correct Answer:   b.  
  118. value
  119.                        
  120. •   Question 14
  121.        
  122.         When an artist's mark-making style, particularly his/her use of line, is recognizable, like Van Gogh's in The Starry Night, we say it is _____________.
  123. Answer                 
  124.         Selected Answer:          c.  
  125. autographic
  126. Correct Answer:   c.  
  127. autographic
  128.                        
  129. •   Question 15
  130.        
  131.         Which of these visual elements is most obvious in Andy Goldsworthy's Hazel Leaves?
  132. Answer                 
  133.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  134. line
  135. Correct Answer:   d.  
  136. line
  137.                        
  138. •   Question 16
  139.        
  140.         Pat Steir's series The Drawing Lesson Part 1, Line # 1 is about what type of line?
  141. Answer                 
  142.         Selected Answer:          c.  
  143. various artists' unique expressive lines
  144. Correct Answer:   c.  
  145. various artists' unique expressive lines
  146.                        
  147. •   Question 17
  148.        
  149.         What is generally the preferred medium of Andy Goldsworthy?
  150. Answer                 
  151.         Selected Answer:          a.  
  152. natural materials found on-site
  153. Correct Answer:   a.  
  154. natural materials found on-site
  155.                        
  156. •   Question 18
  157.        
  158.         Line can be used to delineate edges of form in space, imply movement, and ____________.
  159. Answer                 
  160.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  161. a & b
  162. Correct Answer:   d.  
  163. a & b
  164.                        
  165. •   Question 19
  166.        
  167.         Cezanne's The Basket of Apples is full of what appear to be "mistakes" but are actually________.
  168. Answer                 
  169.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  170. all of the above
  171. Correct Answer:   d.  
  172. all of the above
  173.                        
  174. •   Question 20
  175. 4.55 out of 4.55 points
  176.        
  177.         How would you describe Sol LeWitt's use of line in Wall Drawing No. 681 C?
  178. Answer                 
  179.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  180. all of the above
  181. Correct Answer:   d.  
  182. all of the above
  183.                        
  184. •   Question 21
  185. 4.55 out of 4.55 points
  186.        
  187.         How is Sol LeWitt's line (p. 64) best described in his work, Wall Drawing No. 681 C?
  188. Answer                 
  189.         Selected Answer:          a.  
  190. analytic
  191. Correct Answer:   a.  
  192. analytic
  193.                        
  194. •   Question 22
  195.        
  196.         When a style of line becomes associated as an artist's work, we say it is:
  197. Answer                 
  198.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  199. autographic.
  200. Correct Answer:   d.  
  201. autographic.
  202.                        
  203.  
  204. QUIZ 5
  205.  
  206. •  Question 1
  207. 5 out of 5 points
  208.        
  209.         Where is the negative space in the Rubin vase?
  210. Answer                 
  211.         Selected Answer:          c.  
  212. in both, depending on how you look at it
  213. Correct Answer:   c.  
  214. in both, depending on how you look at it
  215.                        
  216. •   Question 2
  217. 5 out of 5 points
  218.        
  219.         Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper is based on what specific type of perspective?
  220. Answer                 
  221.         Selected Answer:          c.  
  222. one-point linear perspective
  223. Correct Answer:   c.  
  224. one-point linear perspective
  225.                        
  226. •   Question 3
  227. 0 out of 5 points
  228.        
  229.         Paul Strand's Abstraction, Porch Shadows reflects a 20th century effort to challenge the viewers perspective with ____________.
  230. Answer                 
  231.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  232. patterns of light and dark
  233. Correct Answer:   a.  
  234. odd or distorted perspective
  235.                        
  236. •   Question 4
  237. 5 out of 5 points
  238.        
  239.         Gustave Caillebotte's Place de l'Europe on a Rainy Day (fig. 104; p. 83) is based on what specific type of perspective?
  240. Answer                 
  241.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  242. multiple-point perspective (both one- and two-point perspective are used)
  243. Correct Answer:   d.  
  244. multiple-point perspective (both one- and two-point perspective are used)
  245.                        
  246. •   Question 5
  247. 0 out of 5 points
  248.        
  249.         What is the most obvious visual element in Matisse's Harmony in Red (The Red Room)?
  250. Answer                 
  251.         Selected Answer:          a.  
  252. the deep, atmospheric space
  253. Correct Answer:   d.  
  254. its lack of special depth
  255.                        
  256. •   Question 6
  257. 5 out of 5 points
  258.        
  259.         In the Rubin vase illustration (p. 76), the black shape can be seen alternately as a foreground object resembling a vase, or as a background space between two white profiled faces. What is this relationship called?
  260. Answer                 
  261.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  262. figure-ground reversal
  263. Correct Answer:   d.  
  264. figure-ground reversal
  265.                        
  266. •   Question 7
  267. 5 out of 5 points
  268.        
  269.         Paul Cézanne's Madame Cézanne in a Red Armchair (fig. 114; p. 89) illustrates that the artist was more interested in:
  270. Answer                 
  271.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  272. All of the Above.
  273. Correct Answer:   d.  
  274. All of the Above.
  275.                        
  276. •   Question 8
  277. 5 out of 5 points
  278.        
  279.         DaVinci's The Last Supper is a perfect example of ____________.
  280. Answer                 
  281.         Selected Answer:          b.  
  282. one-point perspective
  283. Correct Answer:   b.  
  284. one-point perspective
  285.                        
  286. •   Question 9
  287. 5 out of 5 points
  288.        
  289.         There is a contradiction in the appearance of Martin Puryear's Self. What is it?
  290. Answer                 
  291.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  292. it is much lighter than it appears, because it is hollow
  293. Correct Answer:   d.  
  294. it is much lighter than it appears, because it is hollow
  295.                        
  296. •   Question 10
  297. 5 out of 5 points
  298.        
  299.         When and where was linear perspective first codified (studied, organized, and written down)?
  300. Answer                 
  301.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  302. during the Renaissance in Italy
  303. Correct Answer:   d.  
  304. during the Renaissance in Italy
  305.                        
  306. •   Question 11
  307. 5 out of 5 points
  308.        
  309.         In Harmony in Red (The Red Room), Henri Matisse deliberately intended to violate the laws of perspective. Why?
  310. Answer                 
  311.         Selected Answer:          a.  
  312. His interests were in things other than pure verisimilitude.
  313. Correct Answer:   a.  
  314. His interests were in things other than pure verisimilitude.
  315.                        
  316. •   Question 12
  317. 5 out of 5 points
  318.        
  319.         Although created for different purposes, Barbara Hepworth's Two Figures and the African feast-making spoon (pp. 77) share a similar trait. What is it?
  320. Answer                 
  321.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  322. They are both positive forms that contain negative space.
  323. Correct Answer:   d.  
  324. They are both positive forms that contain negative space.
  325.                        
  326. •   Question 13
  327. 5 out of 5 points
  328.        
  329.         What media does Terry Winters use in his work, like Color and Information?
  330. Answer                 
  331.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  332. all of the above
  333. Correct Answer:   d.  
  334. all of the above
  335.                        
  336. •   Question 14
  337. 5 out of 5 points
  338.        
  339.         The surface of a painting or drawing is called:
  340. Answer                 
  341.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  342. the picture plane.
  343. Correct Answer:   d.  
  344. the picture plane.
  345.                        
  346. •   Question 15
  347. 5 out of 5 points
  348.        
  349.         As is common in Japanese art, the Kumano mandala creates the illusion of space by utilizing:
  350. Answer                 
  351.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  352. oblique projection.
  353. Correct Answer:   d.  
  354. oblique projection.
  355.                        
  356. •   Question 16
  357. 5 out of 5 points
  358.        
  359.         In the 15th century in Italy there was a profound redefinition of space with the codification and usage of linear perspective. Some see the same thing happening today with______________.
  360. Answer                 
  361.         Selected Answer:          b.  
  362. the increased usage and manipulation of cyberspace and virtual realities
  363. Correct Answer:   b.  
  364. the increased usage and manipulation of cyberspace and virtual realities
  365.                        
  366. •   Question 17
  367. 5 out of 5 points
  368.        
  369.         In Steve DiBenedetto's Deliverance, the artist is able to use ___________to create a sense of space.
  370. Answer                 
  371.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  372. overlapping images
  373. Correct Answer:   d.  
  374. overlapping images
  375.                        
  376. •   Question 18
  377. 5 out of 5 points
  378.        
  379.         According to Sayre, our notion of space has changed abruptly and even become "fluid" since the beginning of the twentieth century due to:
  380. Answer                 
  381.         Selected Answer:          b.  
  382. Einstein's theories.
  383. Correct Answer:   b.  
  384. Einstein's theories.
  385.                        
  386. •   Question 19
  387. 5 out of 5 points
  388.        
  389.         What is the metaphorical significance of the carved sculpture, Feast Making Spoon, from the Ivory Coast (fig. 94)?
  390. Answer                 
  391.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  392. it represents the power of the imagination to transform an everyday object into a symbolically charged container of social good.
  393. Correct Answer:   d.  
  394. it represents the power of the imagination to transform an everyday object into a symbolically charged container of social good.
  395.                        
  396. •   Question 20
  397. 5 out of 5 points
  398.        
  399.         Why is the stereoscope (p. 85) such an effective means of describing "real" space?
  400. Answer                 
  401.         Selected Answer:          b.  
  402. It mimics binocular vision.
  403. Correct Answer:   b.  
  404. It mimics binocular vision.
  405.                        
  406.  
  407. QUIZ 6
  408.  
  409. •  Question 1
  410. 5 out of 5 points
  411.        
  412.         The background mountains in DaVinci's Madonna of the Rocks provide a perfect example of ___________.
  413. Answer                 
  414.         Selected Answer:          a.  
  415. atmospheric perspective
  416. Correct Answer:   a.  
  417. atmospheric perspective
  418.                        
  419. •   Question 2
  420. 5 out of 5 points
  421.        
  422.         Nikolai Buglaj's "Race"ing Sideways is a commentary on the Western convention of_________.
  423. Answer                 
  424.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  425. a & b
  426. Correct Answer:   d.  
  427. a & b
  428.                        
  429. •   Question 3
  430. 0 out of 5 points
  431.        
  432.         A color's brightness or dullness (p. 107) is called:
  433. Answer                 
  434.         Selected Answer:          c.  
  435. tint or shade.
  436. Correct Answer:   a.  
  437. intensity or saturation.
  438.                        
  439. •   Question 4
  440. 5 out of 5 points
  441.        
  442.         What is yellow's complementary color?
  443. Answer                 
  444.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  445. violet
  446. Correct Answer:   d.  
  447. violet
  448.                        
  449. •   Question 5
  450. 5 out of 5 points
  451.        
  452.         Jane Hammond's Fallen is made of many pieces, sewn together as a whole. What is it made of?
  453. Answer                 
  454.         Selected Answer:          b.  
  455. a digitally scanned and printed image of a leaf with the name of soldiers killed in the Iraq War inscribed on each
  456. Correct Answer:   b.  
  457. a digitally scanned and printed image of a leaf with the name of soldiers killed in the Iraq War inscribed on each
  458.                        
  459. •   Question 6
  460. 5 out of 5 points
  461.        
  462.         Which of these elements helps to create space in art?
  463. Answer                 
  464.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  465. all of the above
  466. Correct Answer:   d.  
  467. all of the above
  468.                        
  469. •   Question 7
  470. 5 out of 5 points
  471.        
  472.         Figure of a Woman by Paul Colin probably derives from his____________.
  473. Answer                 
  474.         Selected Answer:          c.  
  475. association with Josephine Baker and La Revue Negre
  476. Correct Answer:   c.  
  477. association with Josephine Baker and La Revue Negre
  478.                        
  479. •   Question 8
  480. 5 out of 5 points
  481.        
  482.         With atmospheric perspective, objects further from the viewer appear ____________.
  483. Answer                 
  484.         Selected Answer:          a.  
  485. cooler and less distinct
  486. Correct Answer:   a.  
  487. cooler and less distinct
  488.                        
  489. •   Question 9
  490. 5 out of 5 points
  491.        
  492.         DaVinci is largely responsible for formulating the rules of the effects of light and air in the landscape, called________________.
  493. Answer                 
  494.         Selected Answer:          c.  
  495. atmospheric perspective
  496. Correct Answer:   c.  
  497. atmospheric perspective
  498.                        
  499. •   Question 10
  500. 5 out of 5 points
  501.        
  502.         What is the chosen medium of the sculptor Dan Flavin?
  503. Answer                 
  504.         Selected Answer:          b.  
  505. fluorescent lighting
  506. Correct Answer:   b.  
  507. fluorescent lighting
  508.                        
  509. •   Question 11
  510. 5 out of 5 points
  511.        
  512.         Artists sometimes choose to paint objects using colors that are not "true" to their optical or local colors (p. 117). This is an example of the expressive use of:
  513. Answer                 
  514.         Selected Answer:          a.  
  515. arbitrary color.
  516. Correct Answer:   a.  
  517. arbitrary color.
  518.                        
  519. •   Question 12
  520. 5 out of 5 points
  521.        
  522.         One of the chief tools employed by artists of the Renaissance to show the effects of light (p. 97) is:
  523. Answer                 
  524.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  525. chiaroscuro.
  526. Correct Answer:   d.  
  527. chiaroscuro.
  528.                        
  529. •   Question 13
  530. 5 out of 5 points
  531.        
  532.         The range of colors that an artist has preferred to use in a work is referred to as the:
  533. Answer                 
  534.         Selected Answer:          a.  
  535. palette.
  536. Correct Answer:   a.  
  537. palette.
  538.                        
  539. •   Question 14
  540. 5 out of 5 points
  541.        
  542.         On Newton's color wheel, colors that lie directly between a secondary and primary (p. 107) are called:
  543. Answer                 
  544.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  545. intermediate colors.
  546. Correct Answer:   d.  
  547. intermediate colors.
  548.                        
  549. •   Question 15
  550. 5 out of 5 points
  551.        
  552.         In the history of art, the association of good with light and evil with dark was first fully-developed by ________.
  553. Answer                 
  554.         Selected Answer:          a.  
  555. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  556. Correct Answer:   a.  
  557. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  558.                        
  559. •   Question 16
  560. 5 out of 5 points
  561.        
  562.         In Judith and Maidservant with the Head of Holofernes, Artemisia Gentilieschi makes use of a high-contrast technique of painting called___________, Italian for "murky."
  563. Answer                 
  564.         Selected Answer:          a.  
  565. tenebrism
  566. Correct Answer:   a.  
  567. tenebrism
  568.                        
  569. •   Question 17
  570. 5 out of 5 points
  571.        
  572.         The author describes Chuck Close's painting Stanley (p. 119) as:
  573. Answer                 
  574.         Selected Answer:          a.  
  575. "layered pointillism."
  576. Correct Answer:   a.  
  577. "layered pointillism."
  578.                        
  579. •   Question 18
  580. 5 out of 5 points
  581.        
  582.         On the color wheel, blues and greens (p. 109) are usually thought of as:
  583. Answer                 
  584.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  585. cool colors.
  586. Correct Answer:   d.  
  587. cool colors.
  588.                        
  589. •   Question 19
  590. 5 out of 5 points
  591.        
  592.         Mary Cassatt has manipulated light and color in In the Loge to emphasize:
  593. Answer                 
  594.         Selected Answer:          a.  
  595. the division between male and female spaces.
  596. Correct Answer:   a.  
  597. the division between male and female spaces.
  598.                        
  599. •   Question 20
  600. 5 out of 5 points
  601.        
  602.         JMW Turner uses 2 types of perspective in Rain, Steam, and Speed-The Great Western Railway. What are they?
  603. Answer                 
  604.         Selected Answer:          c.  
  605. atmospheric and one-point
  606. Correct Answer:   c.  
  607. atmospheric and one-point
  608.                        
  609. QUIZ 7
  610.  
  611. •  Question 1
  612. 6.25 out of 6.25 points
  613.        
  614.         Which of the artists below created a work titled Pietà?
  615. Answer                 
  616.         Selected Answer:          b.  
  617. Michelangelo
  618. Correct Answer:   b.  
  619. Michelangelo
  620.                        
  621. •   Question 2
  622. 0 out of 6.25 points
  623.        
  624.         Because of its application to crafts, folk art, and women's work, _______ is associated with the beautifying of utilitarian objects.
  625. Answer                 
  626.         Selected Answer:          c.  
  627. decorative pattern
  628. Correct Answer:   b.  
  629. femmage
  630.                        
  631. •   Question 3
  632. 6.25 out of 6.25 points
  633.        
  634.         Some works of art are created precisely to give us the illusion or sensation of movement. This style of art is called:
  635. Answer                 
  636.         Selected Answer:          b.  
  637. Op Art.
  638. Correct Answer:   b.  
  639. Op Art.
  640.                        
  641. •   Question 4
  642. 6.25 out of 6.25 points
  643.        
  644.         The Kente cloths of the Asante and Ewe societies of Ghana provide a perfect example of which art element?
  645. Answer                 
  646.         Selected Answer:          b.  
  647. pattern
  648. Correct Answer:   b.  
  649. pattern
  650.                        
  651. •   Question 5
  652. 6.25 out of 6.25 points
  653.        
  654.         Max Ernst's Forest and Dove uses a process called _______ to create a variety of textural effects.
  655. Answer                 
  656.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  657. frottage
  658. Correct Answer:   d.  
  659. frottage
  660.                        
  661. •   Question 6
  662. 6.25 out of 6.25 points
  663.        
  664.         Because Gianlorenzo Bernini's David tells a story-of David slaying Goliath-it is said to have a _______ sequence.
  665. Answer                 
  666.         Selected Answer:          c.  
  667. narrative
  668. Correct Answer:   c.  
  669. narrative
  670.                        
  671. •   Question 7
  672. 6.25 out of 6.25 points
  673.        
  674.         A friend of Claude Monet described his great paintings of Water Lilies, Morning: Willows in the Musée de l'Orangerie (pp. 132-133) as demonstrating _______ motion.
  675. Answer                 
  676.         Selected Answer:          a.  
  677. Brownian
  678. Correct Answer:   a.  
  679. Brownian
  680.                        
  681. •   Question 8
  682. 6.25 out of 6.25 points
  683.        
  684.         The systematic and repetitive use of the same motif or design creates a pattern on the pages of the Lindisfarne Gospels, illustrates that pattern is an especially important _______ tool.
  685. Answer                 
  686.         Selected Answer:          a.  
  687. decorative
  688. Correct Answer:   a.  
  689. decorative
  690.                        
  691. •   Question 9
  692. 6.25 out of 6.25 points
  693.        
  694.         Which is the most obvious difference between Bernini and Michelangelo's David?
  695. Answer                 
  696.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  697. Bernini's David is caught in the midst of action, coiled and ready to launch his stone
  698. Correct Answer:   d.  
  699. Bernini's David is caught in the midst of action, coiled and ready to launch his stone
  700.                        
  701. •   Question 10
  702. 6.25 out of 6.25 points
  703.        
  704.         Hans Namuth's photos (p. 134-135) teach us that Jackson Pollock longed to be involved in:
  705. Answer                 
  706.         Selected Answer:          b.  
  707. the process of painting.
  708. Correct Answer:   b.  
  709. the process of painting.
  710.                        
  711. •   Question 11
  712. 6.25 out of 6.25 points
  713.        
  714.         Alexander Calder's "mobiles," like Untitled (p. 123), move when air currents move through them, making them _____________.
  715. Answer                 
  716.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  717. kinetic
  718. Correct Answer:   d.  
  719. kinetic
  720.                        
  721. •   Question 12
  722. 6.25 out of 6.25 points
  723.        
  724.         What is the subject matter of Isidro Escamilla's Virgin of Guadalupe?
  725. Answer                 
  726.         Selected Answer:          a.  
  727. it narrates a story of a miraculous vision of the Virgin Mary at Tepayac, once a site of an Aztec temple
  728. Correct Answer:   a.  
  729. it narrates a story of a miraculous vision of the Virgin Mary at Tepayac, once a site of an Aztec temple
  730.                        
  731. •   Question 13
  732. 6.25 out of 6.25 points
  733.        
  734.         Early manuscripts such as the Lindisfarne Gospels (p. 128) were said to be ______ because they were elaborately illustrated and decorated.
  735. Answer                 
  736.         Selected Answer:          b.  
  737. illuminated
  738. Correct Answer:   b.  
  739. illuminated
  740.                        
  741. •   Question 14
  742. 6.25 out of 6.25 points
  743.        
  744.         What was the inspiration for Grace Ndiritu's Still Life: White Textiles?
  745. Answer                 
  746.         Selected Answer:          c.  
  747. an exhibition of work by Henri Matisse in 2005 in London
  748. Correct Answer:   c.  
  749. an exhibition of work by Henri Matisse in 2005 in London
  750.                        
  751. •   Question 15
  752. 0 out of 6.25 points
  753.        
  754.         In what way can a large-scale work be considered a "temporal" art form?
  755. Answer                 
  756.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  757. it endures time
  758. Correct Answer:   a.  
  759. the spectator moves through time and space to view it
  760.                        
  761. •   Question 16
  762. 0 out of 6.25 points
  763.        
  764.         Which of the following is not an aspect of texture (pp. 124-127)?
  765. Answer                 
  766.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  767. tactility
  768. Correct Answer:   b.  
  769. content
  770.                        
  771.  
  772. QUIZ 8
  773.  
  774. •  Question 1
  775. 0 out of 5 points
  776.        
  777.         Which of these pieces best illustrates the use of "variety" over "unity"?
  778. Answer                 
  779.         Selected Answer:          b.  
  780. James Lavadour's The Seven Valleys and the Five Valleys
  781. Correct Answer:   a.  
  782. Louise Lawler's Pollock and Tureen
  783.                        
  784. •   Question 2
  785. 5 out of 5 points
  786.        
  787.         Hokusai's The Great Wave makes a statement about scale, in part because:
  788. Answer                 
  789.         Selected Answer:          c.  
  790. everyone in Japan knows the scale of Mount Fuji.
  791. Correct Answer:   c.  
  792. everyone in Japan knows the scale of Mount Fuji.
  793.                        
  794. •   Question 3
  795. 5 out of 5 points
  796.        
  797.         Frank Gehry has been called a postmodern architect, primarily because ____________.
  798. Answer                 
  799.         Selected Answer:          c.  
  800. he purposely creates a sense of discontinuity by employing variety over unity
  801. Correct Answer:   c.  
  802. he purposely creates a sense of discontinuity by employing variety over unity
  803.                        
  804. •   Question 4
  805. 5 out of 5 points
  806.        
  807.         In her painting, Still Life with Lobster, (p. 150), Anna Vallayer-Coster establishes emphasis through:
  808. Answer                 
  809.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  810. the manipulation of light and color.
  811. Correct Answer:   d.  
  812. the manipulation of light and color.
  813.                        
  814. •   Question 5
  815. 5 out of 5 points
  816.        
  817.         When each side of a composition is exactly the same (p. 143), it shows:
  818. Answer                 
  819.         Selected Answer:          c.  
  820. absolute symmetry.
  821. Correct Answer:   c.  
  822. absolute symmetry.
  823.                        
  824. •   Question 6
  825. 5 out of 5 points
  826.        
  827.         Repetition often implies monotony (162-164), yet it also creates a sense of:
  828. Answer                 
  829.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  830. rhythm.
  831. Correct Answer:   d.  
  832. rhythm.
  833.                        
  834. •   Question 7
  835. 5 out of 5 points
  836.        
  837.         The Rose window from the Chartres Cathedral is an example of:
  838. Answer                 
  839.         Selected Answer:          c.  
  840. radial balance.
  841. Correct Answer:   c.  
  842. radial balance.
  843.                        
  844. •   Question 8
  845. 5 out of 5 points
  846.        
  847.         Where is the focal point in the Baroque painting, Joseph the Carpenter by Georges de La Tour?
  848. Answer                 
  849.         Selected Answer:          b.  
  850. In the child's (Jesus) face
  851. Correct Answer:   b.  
  852. In the child's (Jesus) face
  853.                        
  854. •   Question 9
  855. 0 out of 5 points
  856.        
  857.         The dimensions of an object, in relation to some constant (p. 156) such as the human figure, are known as its _______.
  858. Answer                 
  859.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  860. proportions
  861. Correct Answer:   b.  
  862. scale
  863.                        
  864. •   Question 10
  865. 5 out of 5 points
  866.        
  867.         Leonardo DaVinci's Vitruvian Man and Frank Gehry's residence illustrate the differences between______.
  868. Answer                 
  869.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  870. unity and variety
  871. Correct Answer:   d.  
  872. unity and variety
  873.                        
  874. •   Question 11
  875. 5 out of 5 points
  876.        
  877.         When an artist deliberately avoids emphasis (p. 173), we say that the work is:
  878. Answer                 
  879.         Selected Answer:          a.  
  880. afocal.
  881. Correct Answer:   a.  
  882. afocal.
  883.                        
  884. •   Question 12
  885. 5 out of 5 points
  886.        
  887.         Leonardo da Vinci's, Study of Human Proportion: The Vitruvian Man (p. 141), embodies both:
  888. Answer                 
  889.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  890. All of the above.
  891. Correct Answer:   d.  
  892. All of the above.
  893.                        
  894. •   Question 13
  895. 5 out of 5 points
  896.        
  897.         _______ is a term that describes an artist's attempt to draw our eyes to one area of a composition (150).
  898. Answer                 
  899.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  900. Emphasis
  901. Correct Answer:   d.  
  902. Emphasis
  903.                        
  904. •   Question 14
  905. 5 out of 5 points
  906.        
  907.         When dealing with balance in a composition, an artist or designer is actually dealing with:
  908. Answer                 
  909.         Selected Answer:          b.  
  910. visual weight.
  911. Correct Answer:   b.  
  912. visual weight.
  913.                        
  914. •   Question 15
  915. 5 out of 5 points
  916.        
  917.         Sayre stats that the focal point in Larry Poons' Orange Crush is:
  918. Answer                 
  919.         Selected Answer:          c.  
  920. there is no focal point.
  921. Correct Answer:   c.  
  922. there is no focal point.
  923.                        
  924. •   Question 16
  925. 5 out of 5 points
  926.        
  927.         Jan Vermeer's Woman Holding a Balance is a perfect example of ____________.
  928. Answer                 
  929.         Selected Answer:          b.  
  930. an asymmetrically-balanced composition
  931. Correct Answer:   b.  
  932. an asymmetrically-balanced composition
  933.                        
  934. •   Question 17
  935. 5 out of 5 points
  936.        
  937.         Proportion is defined as:
  938. Answer                 
  939.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  940. the relationship between the parts to each other and the whole in a composition.
  941. Correct Answer:   d.  
  942. the relationship between the parts to each other and the whole in a composition.
  943.                        
  944. •   Question 18
  945. 5 out of 5 points
  946.        
  947.         Chartres Cathedral's rose window best illustrates:
  948. Answer                 
  949.         Selected Answer:          c.  
  950. radial balance.
  951. Correct Answer:   c.  
  952. radial balance.
  953.                        
  954. •   Question 19
  955. 5 out of 5 points
  956.        
  957.         The Taj Mahal was built by Shah Jahan beginning in 1632___________.
  958. Answer                 
  959.         Selected Answer:          b.  
  960. as a mausoleum for his favorite wife, who died giving birth to their 14th child
  961. Correct Answer:   b.  
  962. as a mausoleum for his favorite wife, who died giving birth to their 14th child
  963.                        
  964. •   Question 20
  965. 5 out of 5 points
  966.        
  967.         The Taj Mahal is a perfect example of ____________in art/architecture.
  968. Answer                 
  969.         Selected Answer:          a.  
  970. symmetry
  971. Correct Answer:   a.  
  972. symmetry