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  1. (Chapter 10) 16. If an artist pushes the point of a burin across a metal
  2. plate, forcing the metal up in slivers in front of the burin, the
  3. process (p. 201) is called:
  4.         c. engraving. Correct  
  5.  
  6. (Chapter 10) 19. When and where was printmaking first developed?
  7.         c. in the 9^th century in China Correct        
  8.  
  9. (Chapter 10) 1. A woodcut print such as Emile Nolde’s /Prophet /is an
  10. example of:    
  11.         c. a relief print. Correct      
  12.  
  13.  
  14. (Chapter 10) 4. /Two Courtesans, Inside and Outside the Display Window/
  15. (fig. 250) by Suzuki Harunobu is an example of_________art.
  16.         b. Japanese /nikishi-e/ Correct        
  17.  
  18. (Chapter 10) 18. Silkscreen printing, previously used in commercial
  19. packaging, was first used as an art medium___________________.
  20.         c. in the mid-20^th
  21. ^century in the United States Correct  
  22.  
  23. (Chapter 10) 3. One of the greatest of the early masters of the
  24. /intaglio/ process was the artist:
  25.         b. Albrecht Dürer. Correct    
  26.  
  27. (Chapter 10) 27. What is the chief advantage of printmaking over other
  28. media?
  29.         c. the artist can make multiple copies of a single image Correct        
  30.  
  31. (Chapter 10) 15. In any type of printmaking, after an initial set of
  32. prints is made and the block or plate is destroyed, the set of prints is
  33. referred to as (p. 190):
  34.         a. an edition. Correct  
  35.  
  36. (Chapter 10) 6. June Wayne’s /Knockout/ can be interpreted _____________.
  37.         b. as a feminist artwork whose content references male violence and
  38. genetics Correct        
  39.  
  40. (Chapter 10) 28. What was the earliest printmaking technique used in the
  41. West?
  42.         a. woodcut Correct      
  43.  
  44.  
  45. ******************************
  46.  
  47. (Chapter 11) 24. How did Xu Wei, with paintings like /Grapes,/
  48. //change traditional Chinese watercolor painting?
  49.         a. he introduced a more free-forma and expressive style Correct        
  50.  
  51. (Chapter 11) 26. Which of these is not a component of painting?
  52.         d. investment Correct  
  53.  
  54. (Chapter 11) 27. What is the binder in “encaustic” painting?
  55.         d. wax Correct  
  56.  
  57.  
  58. (Chapter 11) 21. Painting was largely considered a craft, lesser than
  59. other “arts” like poetry and music, until:
  60.         a. the Renaissance. Correct    
  61.  
  62. (Chapter 11) 18. One of the superior aspects of oil paint (pp. 227-228)
  63. is that the artist can:
  64.         d. All of the answers. Correct  
  65.  
  66.  
  67. (Chapter 11) 6. The /Bodhisattva /painting (p. 220), painted with the
  68. technique of /fresco secco, /which is often very fragile, is remarkable
  69. because:
  70.         a. it is so well-preserved since it was painted in such a dry
  71. environment. Correct    
  72.  
  73. (Chapter 11) 4. /Mummy Portrait of a Man/ was created using _______, a
  74. combination of pigment and hot wax.
  75.         c. encaustic Correct    
  76.  
  77. (Chapter 11) 28. The _____________is the substance in paint that holds
  78. the particles of pigment together and often defines the characteristics
  79. of the various painting media.
  80.         b. binder Correct      
  81.  
  82. (Chapter 11) 11. A traditional ground for tempera paintings (p. 223) is
  83. ______, a mixture of glue and plaster of Paris or chalk.
  84.         b. gesso Correct        
  85.  
  86. (Chapter 11) 7. Where is the focal point in Giotto’s /Lamentation/?
  87.         d. Jesus’ head Correct        
  88.  
  89. ****************************
  90.  
  91. (Chapter 12) 6. Eadward Muybridge’s photographs, like /Annie G.,
  92. Cantering/, /Saddled/ are early examples of artists:
  93.         b. capturing an object in motion. Correct      
  94.  
  95. (Chapter 12) 19. The first American film to fully utilize “every known
  96. trick of the filmmaker’s trade” (p. 270) resulting in a masterful work was:
  97.         c. /Citizen Kane/. Correct      
  98.  
  99. (Chapter 12) 11. The subject matter of An-My Lê’s /Small Wars (ambush
  100. I)/ involves a group of men who meet regularly meet to re-enact the
  101. Vietnam War.  What is the content?
  102.         b. the artist, born in Vietnam, is calling into question the legacy of
  103. the conflict, particularly in popular literature and film Correct      
  104.  
  105. (Chapter 12) 3. Robert Smithson’s /Spiral Jetty/
  106. //is/was in:
  107.         a. Great Salt Lake, Utah. Correct      
  108.  
  109. (Chapter 12) 31. What 19^th century photographer is responsible for
  110. developing the “calotype” process, which is the basis for modern
  111. photography?
  112.         d. William Henry Fox Talbot Correct    
  113.  
  114. (Chapter 12) 7. Sebastiao Salgado’s /Four Figures in the Desert, Korem,
  115. Ethiopia/ is a good example of __________ photography.
  116.         d. a & b Correct        
  117.  
  118.  
  119. ****************************
  120.  
  121. (Chapter 13) 13. The Greek /Kouros/ (p. 292) illustrates the idea of
  122. shifting or counter positioning weight around the axis of the spine in
  123. figurative sculpture. This pose is called:
  124.         c. /contrapposto/. Correct      
  125.  
  126. (Chapter 13) 19. One of the complex aspects of wood carving (p. 291)
  127. that a sculptor must pay attention to is:
  128.         c. wood grain. Correct  
  129.  
  130. (Chapter 13) 20. Allan Kaprow created “assemblages of events performed
  131. or perceived in more than one time and place.” (p. 313) He called these:
  132.         c. happenings. Correct  
  133.  
  134. (Chapter 13) 28. By the late fourteenth century, the African kingdom of
  135. Benin had developed tremendous refinement (p. 298) in the art of:
  136.         c. brass casting. Correct      
  137.  
  138. (Chapter 13) 10. What do Robert Smithson’s /Spiral Jetty /and /Great
  139. Serpent Mound/ have in common?
  140.         c. they are both earthworks, purposeful modifications of landscape
  141. Correct        
  142.  
  143. (Chapter 13) 1. /Maidens and Stewards/, a Parthenon fragment of the
  144. /Panathenaic Procession,/
  145. ////illustrates a _______, or sculptural band, often used by the Greeks
  146. to embellish their architecture.
  147.         c. frieze Correct      
  148.  
  149. (Chapter 13) 2. Ancient Egyptian stone funerary figures, such as /King
  150. Menkaure (Mycerinus) and His Queen, Khamerenebty II /(fig. 370; p. 292),
  151. were carved to bear the _______, or individual spirit of the deceased
  152. into the eternity of the afterlife.
  153.         a. /ka/ Correct        
  154.  
  155. (Chapter 13) 18. When a sculpture is created by building up the form (p.
  156. 287) with a material such as clay, the process is called:
  157.         b. additive. Correct    
  158.  
  159. (Chapter 13) 25. How is performance art different from traditional
  160. sculpture?
  161.         d. All of the answers. Correct  
  162.  
  163. (Chapter 13) 15. Part of the large-scale outdoor environments that
  164. occurred in the 1960s, works such as Nancy Holt’s /Sun Tunnels/ (p. 312)
  165. are generally referred to as:
  166.         b. earthworks. Correct  
  167.  
  168. *********************
  169.  
  170. (Chapter 14) 20. We can trace the earliest distinction between the
  171. crafts and fine arts to:
  172.         b. Joseph Wedgwood, who in 1759 began manufacturing both cheap
  173. earthenware table settings and elegant hand-made luxury items. Correct  
  174.  
  175. (Chapter 14) 22. Gold has always been a popular art medium because:
  176.         d. all of the answers.
  177.  
  178. (Chapter 14) 5. The /Bent-Corner Chest / is carved from cedar, a wood
  179. that is native to which region and favored by Native American artists there?
  180.         c. the Northeast Correct        
  181.  
  182. (Chapter 14) 14. All fiber arts evolved from one traditional process (p.
  183. 332) called:
  184.         a. weaving. Correct    
  185.  
  186. (Chapter 14) 2. /Backs in Landscape/ is by an artist who helped
  187. transform the craft medium of fiber into a fine art. The artist is:
  188.         d. Magdalena Abakanowicz. Correct      
  189.  
  190. (Chapter 14) 13. Native Americans used a traditional method for
  191. producing pots (p. 323) that did not involve the potter’s wheel. What
  192. was it?
  193.         c. coil building Correct        
  194.        
  195.  
  196.  
  197.  
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