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  1.     quiz 9
  2.  
  3.  
  4.     Review of attempt 1
  5.  
  6. Marks   8/10
  7. Grade   *80* out of a maximum of 100 (*80*%)
  8.  
  9. Question 1
  10. Marks: 1
  11. (Chapter 9) 27. Which of these statements about drawing is _NOT_ true?
  12. Choose one answer.
  13.         a. It was historically used as a preliminary study for paintings or
  14. sculptures. Incorrect  
  15.         b. It is now, and always has been, exclusively, a means of pure
  16. representation. Correct        
  17.         c. In the late 15^th /early 16^th century, drawings began to be
  18. preserved by artists and collected by connoisseurs. Incorrect  
  19.         d. Because of its directness and accessibility, drawing is a quick
  20. means of expression. Incorrect  
  21.  
  22. Incorrect
  23. Marks for this submission: 0/1.
  24. Question 2
  25. Marks: 1
  26. (Chapter 9) 26. Installation art is different from traditional media
  27. like painting and sculpture in that______.
  28. Choose one answer.
  29.         a. it activates all the senses and allows an artist to manipulate whole
  30. spaces Correct  
  31.         b. it always includes the use of found objects Incorrect        
  32.         c. it is much more technologically advanced Incorrect  
  33.         d. a & b Incorrect      
  34.  
  35. Incorrect
  36. Marks for this submission: 0/1.
  37. Question 3
  38. Marks: 1
  39. (Chapter 9) 21. The longest continuously practiced (from 40,000 years
  40. ago to present) artistic tradition in the world comes from _____________.
  41. Choose one answer.
  42.         a. Australian Aborigines Correct        
  43.         b. African Yoruban-speaking peoples Incorrect  
  44.         c. Mesoamerica Incorrect        
  45.         d. Ancient Egypt Incorrect      
  46.  
  47. Correct
  48. Marks for this submission: 1/1.
  49. Question 4
  50. Marks: 1
  51. (Chapter 9) 1. (Slide: Raphael’s /Saint Paul Rending his Garments/)
  52. (fig. 224; p. 176)
  53. Raphael’s /Saint Paul Rending his Garments/ illustrates the skill and
  54. patience required of which dry medium?
  55. Choose one answer.
  56.         a. conte crayon Incorrect      
  57.         b. pastel Incorrect    
  58.         c. pencil Incorrect    
  59.         d. metalpoint Correct  
  60.  
  61. Correct
  62. Marks for this submission: 1/1.
  63. Question 5
  64. Marks: 1
  65. (Chapter 9) 7. Whitfield Lovell’s /Whispers from the Walls/ is an
  66. example of ___________.
  67. Choose one answer.
  68.         a. traditional painting Incorrect      
  69.         b. traditional sculpture Incorrect      
  70.         c. printmaking Incorrect        
  71.         d. installation art Correct    
  72.  
  73. Correct
  74. Marks for this submission: 1/1.
  75. Question 6
  76. Marks: 1
  77. (Chapter 9) 12. Leonardo da Vinci made a drawing, /Madonna and Child
  78. with St. Anne and Infant St. John the Baptist/, for a fresco of the same
  79. title (p. 172). This type of drawing is called:
  80. Choose one answer.
  81.         a. a wash. Incorrect    
  82.         b. a cartoon. Correct  
  83.         c. dry media. Incorrect        
  84.         d. an edition. Incorrect        
  85.  
  86. Correct
  87. Marks for this submission: 1/1.
  88. Question 7
  89. Marks: 1
  90. (Chapter 9) 19. _______ is a form of soft carbon discovered in England
  91. in 1564 (p. 178); it became the medium in one of the most common drawing
  92. tools—the pencil.
  93. Choose one answer.
  94.         a. Metalpoint Incorrect        
  95.         b. Charcoal Incorrect  
  96.         c. Conte Incorrect      
  97.         d. Graphite Correct    
  98.  
  99. Correct
  100. Marks for this submission: 1/1.
  101. Question 8
  102. Marks: 1
  103. (Chapter 9) 10. How did David Hammons “draw” his piece, /Out of Bounds/?
  104. Choose one answer.
  105.         a. with charcoal Incorrect      
  106.         b. by bouncing a dirty basketball on the paper Correct  
  107.         c. with a pencil Incorrect      
  108.         d. with human ashes Incorrect  
  109.  
  110. Correct
  111. Marks for this submission: 1/1.
  112. Question 9
  113. Marks: 1
  114. (Chapter 9) 8. What is the narrative related by Marjane Satrapi in the
  115. graphic novel /Persepolis/?
  116. Choose one answer.
  117.         a. it recounts the story of the rise of the Persian empire under Darius
  118. Incorrect      
  119.         b. it tells of the fall of the Persians to the Athenians and Spartans
  120. in the 5^th
  121. ^century BCE Incorrect  
  122.         c. it is the author’s story of growing up in Iran and the difficulties
  123. she faced as Western and Eastern cultures collided Correct      
  124.         d. it is the story of a girl who turns into a super-hero after being
  125. attacked by bats Incorrect      
  126.  
  127. Correct
  128. Marks for this submission: 1/1.
  129. Question 10
  130. Marks: 1
  131. (Chapter 9) 22. When did artists in the Western world first have ready
  132. access to paper?
  133. Choose one answer.
  134.         a. in the time of Caesar Augustus in Rome Incorrect    
  135.         b. in Italy in the early Renaissance Correct    
  136.         c. 5000 years ago in Egypt Incorrect    
  137.         d. 200 years ago in Philadelphia Incorrect      
  138.  
  139. Correct
  140. Marks for this submission: 1/1.
  141.  
  142.  
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