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  1. •  Question 1
  2. 2 out of 2 points
  3.        
  4.  
  5. Jane Dickson's Stairwell (p. 211) illustrates the _______ printmaking process, which relies for its effect not on line but on tonal areas of light and dark.
  6. Answer                 
  7.         Selected Answer:           
  8. aquatint
  9.                        
  10. •  Question 2
  11. 2 out of 2 points
  12.        
  13.  
  14. Because in lithography the printing surface is completely flat (p. 211), it is referred to as a ________ printmaking process.
  15. Answer                 
  16.         Selected Answer:           
  17. planographic
  18.                        
  19. •  Question 3
  20. 2 out of 2 points
  21.        
  22.  
  23. When ink is diluted with water and applied in broad flat areas, the result is called a:
  24. Answer                 
  25.         Selected Answer:           
  26. wash.
  27.                        
  28. •  Question 4
  29. 2 out of 2 points
  30.        
  31.  
  32. A popular drawing medium during the Renaissance consisted of a stylus of gold, silver, or other metal that was dragged across a prepared ground of lead white, bone, and water (p. 176). This process was called:
  33. Answer                 
  34.         Selected Answer:           
  35. metalpoint.
  36.                        
  37. •  Question 5
  38. 2 out of 2 points
  39.        
  40.  
  41. Marcia Gygli King's Springs Upstate is different from traditional painting in that:
  42. Answer                 
  43.         Selected Answer:           
  44. it projects into three-dimensional space.
  45.                        
  46. •  Question 6
  47. 2 out of 2 points
  48.        
  49.  
  50. Dry drawing media consists of coloring agents, which are mixed with _______ that hold them together (p. 176).
  51. Answer                 
  52.         Selected Answer:           
  53. binders
  54.                        
  55. •  Question 7
  56. 2 out of 2 points
  57.        
  58.  
  59. One of the greatest of the early masters of the intaglio process was the artist:
  60. Answer                 
  61.         Selected Answer:           
  62. Albrecht Dürer.
  63.                        
  64. •  Question 8
  65. 2 out of 2 points
  66.        
  67.  
  68. Michelangelo's painting on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel was executed in a process called:
  69. Answer                 
  70.         Selected Answer:           
  71. buon fresco.
  72.                        
  73. •  Question 9
  74. 2 out of 2 points
  75.        
  76.  
  77. What is the main advantage of linocut over woodcut printmaking?
  78. Answer                 
  79.         Selected Answer:           
  80. it is easier to cut into linoleum instead of wood
  81.                        
  82. •  Question 10
  83. 2 out of 2 points
  84.        
  85.  
  86. Winslow Homer's A Wall, Nassau was made using:
  87. Answer                 
  88.         Selected Answer:           
  89. watercolor washes.
  90.                        
  91. •  Question 11
  92. 2 out of 2 points
  93.        
  94.  
  95. Leonardo da Vinci made a drawing, Madonna and Child with St. Anne and Infant St. John the Baptist, for a fresco of the same title (p. 172). This type of drawing is called:
  96. Answer                 
  97.         Selected Answer:           
  98. a cartoon.
  99.                        
  100. •  Question 12
  101. 2 out of 2 points
  102.        
  103.  
  104. Painting was largely considered a craft, lesser than other "arts" like poetry and music, until:
  105. Answer                 
  106.         Selected Answer:           
  107. the Renaissance.
  108.                        
  109. •  Question 13
  110. 2 out of 2 points
  111.        
  112.  
  113. The artist who felt that a cut line made with scissors could acquire more feeling than a pencil or charcoal was:
  114. Answer                 
  115.         Selected Answer:           
  116. Henri Matisse.
  117.                        
  118. •  Question 14
  119. 2 out of 2 points
  120.        
  121.  
  122. Antonio Lopez Garcia's New Refrigerator may seem like odd subject matter for a painting, but it actually falls within a long line of which of these artistic traditions?
  123. Answer                 
  124.         Selected Answer:           
  125. still-life
  126.                        
  127. •  Question 15
  128. 2 out of 2 points
  129.        
  130.  
  131. Artists can create a sense of luminous materiality in oil painting (p. 231) by brushing thin films of transparent color onto the surface, a process called:
  132. Answer                 
  133.         Selected Answer:           
  134. glazing.
  135.                        
  136. •  Question 16
  137. 2 out of 2 points
  138.        
  139.  
  140. When and where was printmaking first developed?
  141. Answer                 
  142.         Selected Answer:           
  143. in the 9th century in China
  144.                        
  145. •  Question 17
  146. 0 out of 2 points
  147.        
  148.  
  149. With the technique of fresco secco, as illustrated in the Ajanta Buddhist caves, the artist:
  150. Answer                 
  151.         Selected Answer:           
  152. incorrect**applies the paint on top of a dried ground, making it easier for the artist to get a high degree of detail.
  153.                        
  154. •  Question 18
  155. 2 out of 2 points
  156.        
  157.  
  158. What is the chief advantage of printmaking over other media?
  159. Answer                 
  160.         Selected Answer:           
  161. the artist can make multiple copies of a single image
  162.                        
  163. •  Question 19
  164. 2 out of 2 points
  165.        
  166.  
  167. Painter Helen Frankenthaler (p. 242) moved from staining her canvases with oil to using which painting medium?
  168. Answer                 
  169.         Selected Answer:           
  170. acrylic
  171.                        
  172. •  Question 20
  173. 2 out of 2 points
  174.        
  175.  
  176. The longest continuously practiced (from 40,000 years ago to present) artistic tradition in the world comes from _____________.
  177. Answer                 
  178.         Selected Answer:           
  179. Australian Aborigines
  180.                        
  181. •  Question 21
  182. 2 out of 2 points
  183.        
  184.  
  185. How did David Hammons "draw" his piece, Out of Bounds?
  186. Answer                 
  187.         Selected Answer:           
  188. by bouncing a dirty basketball on the paper
  189.                        
  190. •  Question 22
  191. 2 out of 2 points
  192.        
  193.  
  194. Which of these was normal subject matter and ukiyo-e or nishiki-e prints?
  195. Answer                 
  196.         Selected Answer:           
  197. women engaged in everyday activities
  198.                        
  199. •  Question 23
  200. 2 out of 2 points
  201.        
  202.  
  203. Vija Celmin's drawing of the ocean (p. 179) is an example of a highly developed photorealist _______ drawing on paper.
  204. Answer                 
  205.         Selected Answer:           
  206. pencil
  207.                        
  208. •  Question 24
  209. 2 out of 2 points
  210.        
  211.  
  212. What was early paper in the West made of?
  213. Answer                 
  214.         Selected Answer:           
  215. cloth rags
  216.                        
  217. •  Question 25
  218. 2 out of 2 points
  219.        
  220.  
  221. In European fresco painting from the early-Renaissance to the late Baroque, the goal of artists was to:
  222. Answer                 
  223.         Selected Answer:           
  224. create the illusion of real space and realistic figures.
  225.                        
  226. •  Question 26
  227. 2 out of 2 points
  228.        
  229.  
  230. In Käthe Kollwitz's Self-Portrait, Drawing (p. 178), the artist has revealed the expressive capabilities of _______ as a medium.
  231. Answer                 
  232.         Selected Answer:           
  233. charcoal
  234.                        
  235. •  Question 27
  236. 2 out of 2 points
  237.        
  238.  
  239. Known for his role in the Pop art movement, Andy Warhol created many artworks using which commercial process (p. 219)?
  240. Answer                 
  241.         Selected Answer:           
  242. silkscreen
  243.                        
  244. •  Question 28
  245. 2 out of 2 points
  246.        
  247.  
  248. Andrew Wyeth's Braids (p. 231) illustrates the detail the artist is able to achieve using the medium of _______.
  249. Answer                 
  250.         Selected Answer:           
  251. egg tempera
  252.                        
  253. •  Question 29
  254. 2 out of 2 points
  255.        
  256.  
  257. In printmaking, what is an edition?
  258. Answer                 
  259.         Selected Answer:           
  260. the number of impressions authorized by the artists made from a single master image
  261.                        
  262. •  Question 30
  263. 2 out of 2 points
  264.        
  265.  
  266. The Diamond Sutra is remarkable because________.
  267. Answer                 
  268.         Selected Answer:           
  269. it is the frontispiece for the earliest known printed book
  270.                        
  271. •  Question 31
  272. 2 out of 2 points
  273.        
  274.  
  275. How did Xu Wei, with paintings like Grapes, change traditional Chinese watercolor painting?
  276. Answer                 
  277.         Selected Answer:           
  278. he introduced a more free-forma and expressive style
  279.                        
  280. •  Question 32
  281. 2 out of 2 points
  282.        
  283.  
  284. _______ is a form of soft carbon discovered in England in 1564 (p. 178); it became the medium in one of the most common drawing tools-the pencil.
  285. Answer                 
  286.         Selected Answer:           
  287. Graphite
  288.                        
  289. •  Question 33
  290. 2 out of 2 points
  291.        
  292.  
  293. If an artist pushes the point of a burin across a metal plate, forcing the metal up in slivers in front of the burin, the process (p. 205) is called:
  294. Answer                 
  295.         Selected Answer:           
  296. engraving.
  297.                        
  298. •  Question 34
  299. 2 out of 2 points
  300.        
  301.  
  302. A woodcut print such as Emile Nolde's Prophet is an example of:
  303. Answer                 
  304.         Selected Answer:           
  305. a relief print.
  306.                        
  307. •  Question 35
  308. 2 out of 2 points
  309.        
  310.  
  311. By the end of the 15th century, artists and collectors such as Vasari had come to recognize that drawings could:
  312. Answer                 
  313.         Selected Answer:           
  314. embody the artist's creative genius.
  315.                        
  316. •  Question 36
  317. 2 out of 2 points
  318.        
  319.  
  320. The _____________is the substance in paint that holds the particles of pigment together and often defines the characteristics of the various painting media.
  321. Answer                 
  322.         Selected Answer:           
  323. binder
  324.                        
  325. •  Question 37
  326. 2 out of 2 points
  327.        
  328.  
  329. Paintings that consist of three painted panels, such as The Annunciation [Mérode Altarpiece] by Robert Campin, are called:
  330. Answer                 
  331.         Selected Answer:           
  332. triptychs.
  333.                        
  334. •  Question 38
  335. 2 out of 2 points
  336.        
  337.  
  338. Which process best describes intaglio printing (p. 204)?
  339. Answer                 
  340.         Selected Answer:           
  341. The area that prints is below the surface of the plate.
  342.                        
  343. •  Question 39
  344. 2 out of 2 points
  345.        
  346.  
  347. Whitfield Lovell's Whispers from the Walls is an example of ___________.
  348. Answer                 
  349.         Selected Answer:           
  350. installation art
  351.                        
  352. •  Question 40
  353. 2 out of 2 points
  354.        
  355.  
  356. What is the main advantage of using oil paint over other paint media?
  357. Answer                 
  358.         Selected Answer:           
  359. it dries slower allowing for more naturalistic development
  360.                        
  361. •  Question 41
  362. 2 out of 2 points
  363.        
  364.  
  365. When was the The Nuremberg Chronicle printed and what is its subject matter?
  366. Answer                 
  367.         Selected Answer:           
  368. in the 15th century and it is a history of the world to that point
  369.                        
  370. •  Question 42
  371. 2 out of 2 points
  372.        
  373.  
  374. The artist of Rue Transnonain was a famous French illustrator and political caricaturist in the 19th century. The artist's name is:
  375. Answer                 
  376.         Selected Answer:           
  377. Honoré Daumier.
  378.                        
  379. •  Question 43
  380. 2 out of 2 points
  381.        
  382.  
  383. Illusionism in fresco painting reaches its apogee in________, perhaps the most famous fresco painting ever produced.
  384. Answer                 
  385.         Selected Answer:           
  386. Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel ceiling
  387.                        
  388. •  Question 44
  389. 2 out of 2 points
  390.        
  391.  
  392. The word paper is derived from ____________.
  393. Answer                 
  394.         Selected Answer:           
  395. Egyptian papyrus
  396.                        
  397. •  Question 45
  398. 2 out of 2 points
  399.        
  400.  
  401. According to Sayre, Jean Dubuffet's Corps de Dame can be read as:
  402. Answer                 
  403.         Selected Answer:           
  404. an attack on academic figure drawing.
  405.                        
  406. •  Question 46
  407. 2 out of 2 points
  408.        
  409.  
  410. Which of these statements about drawing is NOT true?
  411. Answer                 
  412.         Selected Answer:           
  413. It is now, and always has been, exclusively, a means of pure representation.
  414.                        
  415. •  Question 47
  416. 2 out of 2 points
  417.        
  418.  
  419. Watercolor painting is such a spontaneous process (p. 238) that many people think of it as:
  420. Answer                 
  421.         Selected Answer:           
  422. a form of drawing.
  423.                        
  424. •  Question 48
  425. 2 out of 2 points
  426.        
  427.  
  428. Mummy Portrait of a Man was created using _______, a combination of pigment and hot wax.
  429. Answer                 
  430.         Selected Answer:           
  431. encaustic
  432.                        
  433. •  Question 49
  434. 2 out of 2 points
  435.        
  436.  
  437. Monotype is unique among printmaking processes because it produces (p. 218):
  438. Answer                 
  439.         Selected Answer:           
  440. only one print from the plate.
  441.                        
  442. •  Question 50
  443. 2 out of 2 points
  444.        
  445.  
  446. When did artists in the Western world first have ready access to paper?
  447. Answer                 
  448.         Selected Answer:           
  449. in Italy in the early Renaissance
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