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  1. •  Question 1
  2. 5 out of 5 points
  3.        
  4.         Pablo Picasso's Guernica represents an event in the:
  5. Answer                 
  6.         Selected Answer:          b.  
  7. Spanish Civil War.
  8. Correct Answer:   b.  
  9. Spanish Civil War.
  10.                        
  11. •   Question 2
  12. 5 out of 5 points
  13.        
  14.         "Postmodernism" (p. 515) has been defined in part as:
  15. Answer                 
  16.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  17. the presence of diverse traditions in a single work.
  18. Correct Answer:   d.  
  19. the presence of diverse traditions in a single work.
  20.                        
  21. •   Question 3
  22. 5 out of 5 points
  23.        
  24.         The twentieth-century painting movement most often associated with Henri Matisse (p. 500) is:
  25. Answer                 
  26.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  27. Fauvism.
  28. Correct Answer:   d.  
  29. Fauvism.
  30.                        
  31. •   Question 4
  32. 5 out of 5 points
  33.        
  34.         Which of these is an example of Dada art?
  35. Answer                 
  36.         Selected Answer:          b.  
  37. Marcel Duchamp's The Fountain
  38. Correct Answer:   b.  
  39. Marcel Duchamp's The Fountain
  40.                        
  41. •   Question 5
  42. 5 out of 5 points
  43.        
  44.         In what aspect of the twentieth century were Umberto Boccioni and other Futurist artists (p. 502) most interested?
  45. Answer                 
  46.         Selected Answer:          c.  
  47. movement and speed
  48. Correct Answer:   c.  
  49. movement and speed
  50.                        
  51. •   Question 6
  52. 5 out of 5 points
  53.        
  54.         Wassily Kandinsky's Sketch I for Composition VII is an example of:
  55. Answer                 
  56.         Selected Answer:          c.  
  57. German Expressionism.
  58. Correct Answer:   c.  
  59. German Expressionism.
  60.                        
  61. •   Question 7
  62. 5 out of 5 points
  63.        
  64.         Showing irreverence for tradition and rationality, Marcel Duchamp's Mona Lisa [L.H.O.O.Q.] exemplifies the _______ movement.
  65. Answer                 
  66.         Selected Answer:          c.  
  67. Dada
  68. Correct Answer:   c.  
  69. Dada
  70.                        
  71. •   Question 8
  72. 5 out of 5 points
  73.        
  74.         Which of these paintings is considered an Abstract Expressionist painting?
  75. Answer                 
  76.         Selected Answer:          c.  
  77. Willem de Kooning's Woman and Bicycle
  78. Correct Answer:   c.  
  79. Willem de Kooning's Woman and Bicycle
  80.                        
  81. •   Question 9
  82. 5 out of 5 points
  83.        
  84.         The two major art movements of the 1960s (pp. 512-513) were:
  85. Answer                 
  86.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  87. Minimalism and Pop Art.
  88. Correct Answer:   d.  
  89. Minimalism and Pop Art.
  90.                        
  91. •   Question 10
  92. 5 out of 5 points
  93.        
  94.         Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque helped pioneer Cubist landscapes (p. 499). What earlier painter of landscapes inspired them?
  95. Answer                 
  96.         Selected Answer:          a.  
  97. Paul Cézanne
  98. Correct Answer:   a.  
  99. Paul Cézanne
  100.                        
  101. •   Question 11
  102. 5 out of 5 points
  103.        
  104.         Which of these pieces is a Cubist painting?
  105. Answer                 
  106.         Selected Answer:          b.  
  107. Georges Braque's Violin and Palette
  108. Correct Answer:   b.  
  109. Georges Braque's Violin and Palette
  110.                        
  111. •   Question 12
  112. 5 out of 5 points
  113.        
  114.         The artist André Breton issued a manifesto (p. 505) that described the point of "resolution between these two states, dream and reality." What was this movement?
  115. Answer                 
  116.         Selected Answer:          b.  
  117. Surrealism
  118. Correct Answer:   b.  
  119. Surrealism
  120.                        
  121. •   Question 13
  122. 5 out of 5 points
  123.        
  124.         Henri Matisse was a leader of early 20th century artists who felt free to use color "arbitrarily" and were labeled, derogatorily, "Fauves", which translates __________.
  125. Answer                 
  126.         Selected Answer:          b.  
  127. "Wild Beasts"
  128. Correct Answer:   b.  
  129. "Wild Beasts"
  130.                        
  131. •   Question 14
  132. 5 out of 5 points
  133.        
  134.         The Persistence of Memory by Salvador Dali illustrates how he looked to his subconscious (dreams, hypnosis, psychoanalysis) for his subject matter. What artistic movement is he associated with?
  135. Answer                 
  136.         Selected Answer:          c.  
  137. Surrealism
  138. Correct Answer:   c.  
  139. Surrealism
  140.                        
  141. •   Question 15
  142. 5 out of 5 points
  143.        
  144.         The artist who painted Houses at L'Estaque worked with Picasso to promote the style called Cubism. The artist's name is:
  145. Answer                 
  146.         Selected Answer:          b.  
  147. Georges Braque.
  148. Correct Answer:   b.  
  149. Georges Braque.
  150.                        
  151. •   Question 16
  152. 5 out of 5 points
  153.        
  154.         Chéri Samba's Problème d'eau. Où trouver I'eau? is an ironic comment on:
  155. Answer                 
  156.         Selected Answer:          b.  
  157. the US spending millions of dollars to look for water on Mars, while millions of people die for lack of water in Africa.
  158. Correct Answer:   b.  
  159. the US spending millions of dollars to look for water on Mars, while millions of people die for lack of water in Africa.
  160.                        
  161. •   Question 17
  162. 0 out of 5 points
  163.        
  164.         Using her work to struggle with the question of identity, this photographer's images are self-portraits.
  165. Answer                 
  166.         Selected Answer:          b.  
  167. Barbara Kruger
  168. Correct Answer:   c.  
  169. Cindy Sherman
  170.                        
  171. •   Question 18
  172. 5 out of 5 points
  173.        
  174.         The Cubists (pp. 499) freed painting from the necessity of representing the world in order to dwell on:
  175. Answer                 
  176.         Selected Answer:          c.  
  177. form.
  178. Correct Answer:   c.  
  179. form.
  180.                        
  181. •   Question 19
  182. 0 out of 5 points
  183.        
  184.         Artists often find that the art they make has unintentional meaning. Georgia Papageorge's Africa Rifting: Lines of Fire: Namibia/Brazil is an example of this because:
  185. Answer                 
  186.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  187. all of the above
  188. Correct Answer:   c.  
  189. one of their principal days of filming was 9/11/2001 and the banners came to signify the rifts separating humanity on a global scale.
  190.                        
  191. •   Question 20
  192. 0 out of 5 points
  193.        
  194.         Marianne Nicholson's cliffside pictograph (a "copper") represents a Northwest Native American tradition that had been suppressed through most of the 20th century, called:
  195. Answer                 
  196.         Selected Answer:          a.  
  197. vision quests.
  198. Correct Answer:   c.  
  199. the potlatch.
  200.                        
  201.  
  202. •  Question 1
  203. 5 out of 5 points
  204.        
  205.         Rococo painting can best be characterized as:
  206. Answer                 
  207.         Selected Answer:          c.  
  208. the Baroque, eroticized, and depictions of the wealthy aristocracy at play.
  209. Correct Answer:   c.  
  210. the Baroque, eroticized, and depictions of the wealthy aristocracy at play.
  211.                        
  212. •   Question 2
  213. 5 out of 5 points
  214.        
  215.         Native American kachinas, like Buffalo Kachina (p. 494), are:
  216. Answer                 
  217.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  218. likenesses of supernatural characters endowed with powers that can be evoked when the figure is danced.
  219. Correct Answer:   d.  
  220. likenesses of supernatural characters endowed with powers that can be evoked when the figure is danced.
  221.                        
  222. •   Question 3
  223. 5 out of 5 points
  224.        
  225.         Realism as an artistic movement in the mid-19th century refers to what?
  226. Answer                 
  227.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  228. the use of everyday people and activities in the paintings
  229. Correct Answer:   d.  
  230. the use of everyday people and activities in the paintings
  231.                        
  232. •   Question 4
  233. 5 out of 5 points
  234.        
  235.         Images such as View of Suzhou reveal the 18th century Chinese interest in__________.
  236. Answer                 
  237.         Selected Answer:          a.  
  238. aerial views of cities
  239. Correct Answer:   a.  
  240. aerial views of cities
  241.                        
  242. •   Question 5
  243. 5 out of 5 points
  244.        
  245.         Which artist rejected modern society and painted images of "primitive" island culture such as in The Day of the Gods?
  246. Answer                 
  247.         Selected Answer:          b.  
  248. Paul Gauguin.
  249. Correct Answer:   b.  
  250. Paul Gauguin.
  251.                        
  252. •   Question 6
  253. 5 out of 5 points
  254.        
  255.         What individual chose the Neoclassical architectural style (p. 482) for his home in the United States?
  256. Answer                 
  257.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  258. Thomas Jefferson
  259. Correct Answer:   d.  
  260. Thomas Jefferson
  261.                        
  262. •   Question 7
  263. 5 out of 5 points
  264.        
  265.         Angelica Kauffmann painted in the _______ style (p. 481), which was based on Greek and Roman models.
  266. Answer                 
  267.         Selected Answer:          b.  
  268. Neoclassical
  269. Correct Answer:   b.  
  270. Neoclassical
  271.                        
  272. •   Question 8
  273. 5 out of 5 points
  274.        
  275.         This artist of The Large Bathers pushed toward an idea of painting that established for the work an independent existence:
  276. Answer                 
  277.         Selected Answer:          b.  
  278. Paul Cézanne.
  279. Correct Answer:   b.  
  280. Paul Cézanne.
  281.                        
  282. •   Question 9
  283. 0 out of 5 points
  284.        
  285.         Which of these paintings is an example of Romanticism?
  286. Answer                 
  287.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  288. Church's The Heart of the Andes
  289. Correct Answer:   b.  
  290. Delacroix's Odalisque
  291.                        
  292. •   Question 10
  293. 5 out of 5 points
  294.        
  295.         The mid-to-late 19th century saw dramatic changes in non-Western cultures. Which of these best describes these changes?
  296. Answer                 
  297.         Selected Answer:          c.  
  298. Western culture increasingly imposed itself upon other cultures whose values were often diametrically opposed to the sense of centeredness of these indigenous cultures.
  299. Correct Answer:   c.  
  300. Western culture increasingly imposed itself upon other cultures whose values were often diametrically opposed to the sense of centeredness of these indigenous cultures.
  301.                        
  302. •   Question 11
  303. 5 out of 5 points
  304.        
  305.         Which of these paintings is considered a Rococo painting?
  306. Answer                 
  307.         Selected Answer:          c.  
  308. Fragonard's Bathers
  309. Correct Answer:   c.  
  310. Fragonard's Bathers
  311.                        
  312. •   Question 12
  313. 0 out of 5 points
  314.        
  315.         The Realist movement (p. 489) was influenced by many ideas and worldviews including:
  316. Answer                 
  317.         Selected Answer:          a.  
  318. the new post-industrial leisure class.
  319. Correct Answer:   d.  
  320. Karl Marx's Communist Manifesto.
  321.                        
  322. •   Question 13
  323. 5 out of 5 points
  324.        
  325.         In works such as Olympia, realist painter Edouard Manet was denying traditional painting style and drawing attention to:
  326. Answer                 
  327.         Selected Answer:          a.  
  328. his modernity and break with the past.
  329. Correct Answer:   a.  
  330. his modernity and break with the past.
  331.                        
  332. •   Question 14
  333. 5 out of 5 points
  334.        
  335.         What is the subject matter of most Impressionist painting?
  336. Answer                 
  337.         Selected Answer:          a.  
  338. Light itself, the way it plays across forms like architecture and landscape
  339. Correct Answer:   a.  
  340. Light itself, the way it plays across forms like architecture and landscape
  341.                        
  342. •   Question 15
  343. 5 out of 5 points
  344.        
  345.         The Rococo style (pp. 479-480) has been characterized as:
  346. Answer                 
  347.         Selected Answer:          a.  
  348. the Baroque eroticized.
  349. Correct Answer:   a.  
  350. the Baroque eroticized.
  351.                        
  352. •   Question 16
  353. 5 out of 5 points
  354.        
  355.         Théodore Géricault's The Raft of the Medusa (p. 485) helped to fuel which style?
  356. Answer                 
  357.         Selected Answer:          c.  
  358. Romanticism
  359. Correct Answer:   c.  
  360. Romanticism
  361.                        
  362. •   Question 17
  363. 5 out of 5 points
  364.        
  365.         In the early nineteenth century, a recurrent and significant theme (p. 485) began to appear in Romantic painting. What was it?
  366. Answer                 
  367.         Selected Answer:          d.  
  368. the notion of the sublime
  369. Correct Answer:   d.  
  370. the notion of the sublime
  371.                        
  372. •   Question 18
  373. 5 out of 5 points
  374.        
  375.         Marie-Louise-Elizabeth Vigée-LeBrun's The Duchess of Polignac (p. 480) combines all the compositional tools of the ______ sensibility.
  376. Answer                 
  377.         Selected Answer:          c.  
  378. Baroque
  379. Correct Answer:   c.  
  380. Baroque
  381.                        
  382. •   Question 19
  383. 5 out of 5 points
  384.        
  385.         Romanticist artists, like Frederic Edwin Church, viewed nature as:
  386. Answer                 
  387.         Selected Answer:          a.  
  388. a literal "sign" for the divine spirit.
  389. Correct Answer:   a.  
  390. a literal "sign" for the divine spirit.
  391.                        
  392. •   Question 20
  393. 5 out of 5 points
  394.        
  395.         The Post-Impressionists (p. 496) were united by their interest in:
  396. Answer                 
  397.         Selected Answer:          b.  
  398. extending Impressionism's formal innovations.
  399. Correct Answer:   b.  
  400. extending Impressionism's formal innovations.