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  1. Question 1  5 out of 5 points    
  2.  Muslim architecture, like the Mosque at Córdoba, uses ____________to create a strong visual impression.  
  3.  Selected Answer:    repetition and rhythm  
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  7.    Question 2  5 out of 5 points    
  8.  Florentine Renaissance art prioritized disegno, drawing and delineation of forms, while Venetian Renaissance art prioritized:  
  9.  Selected Answer:    the sensuousness of light and color.  
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  13.    Question 3  5 out of 5 points    
  14.  What is the church whose name means "Holy Wisdom?"  
  15.  Selected Answer:    Hagia Sophia  
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  19.    Question 4  5 out of 5 points    
  20.  Found in Austria, the Venus of Willendorf (p. 409) is most likely a:  
  21.  Selected Answer:    fertility figure.  
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  25.    Question 5  5 out of 5 points    
  26.  In the 1330s, Petrarch (p. 452) conceived of a philosophy that emphasized the value of the individual and the pursuit and study of classical languages, literature, history, and philosophy. Today we call these disciplines the:  
  27.  Selected Answer:    humanities.  
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  31.    Question 6  5 out of 5 points    
  32.  The Hinged clasp from the Sutton Hoo burial ship illustrates a distinguishing characteristic of the art of migrating peoples of the Middle Ages, most notably the:  
  33.  Selected Answer:    animal style.  
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  37.    Question 7  5 out of 5 points    
  38.  When, and by whom, was Islam founded?  
  39.  Selected Answer:    In 610, by Mohammed  
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  43.    Question 8  5 out of 5 points    
  44.  According to Buddhism, the release from worldly desires (p. 429) that ends the cycle of death and reincarnation and begins a state of permanent bliss is called:  
  45.  Selected Answer:    nirvana.  
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  49.    Question 9  5 out of 5 points    
  50.  In Romanesque architecture (p. 442), flat ceilings were replaced with:  
  51.  Selected Answer:    vaulted ceilings.  
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  55.    Question 10  5 out of 5 points    
  56.  Compared to Romanesque sculpture, Gothic sculpture was ____________.  
  57.  Selected Answer:    much more naturalistic  
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  61.    Question 11  5 out of 5 points    
  62.  Florence became a cultural center of the Renaissance (p. 452) in a large part due to:  
  63.  Selected Answer:    the Medici family.  
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  67.    Question 12  5 out of 5 points    
  68.  One feature distinguishing Gothic architecture from Romanesque was the extensive use of (p. 445):  
  69.  Selected Answer:    stained glass.  
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  73.    Question 13  5 out of 5 points    
  74.  The medium for Theodora and her Attendants is:  
  75.  Selected Answer:    mosaic.  
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  79.    Question 14  5 out of 5 points    
  80.  Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque helped pioneer Cubist landscapes (p. 499). What earlier painter of landscapes inspired them?  
  81.  Selected Answer:    Paul Cézanne  
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  85.    Question 15  5 out of 5 points    
  86.  The Arapaho Ghost Dance dress would have been worn _____________.  
  87.  Selected Answer:    during a Plains Indian ritual meant to help transform the West back to what it had been before the settlement of Euro-Americans  
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  91.    Question 16  5 out of 5 points    
  92.  In works such as Olympia, realist painter Edouard Manet was denying traditional painting style and drawing attention to:  
  93.  Selected Answer:    his modernity and break with the past.  
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  97.    Question 17  5 out of 5 points    
  98.  Romanticism can best be described as:  
  99.  Selected Answer:    the first Modernist movement in painting because artists identified with the working class, sought to make work "of their time," and prioritized stylistic innovation.  
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  103.    Question 18  5 out of 5 points    
  104.  Which of these pieces is a Cubist painting?  
  105.  Selected Answer:    Georges Braque's Violin and Palette  
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  109.    Question 19  5 out of 5 points    
  110.  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:  
  111.  Selected Answer:    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.  
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  115.    Question 20  5 out of 5 points    
  116.  The artist who painted Houses at L'Estaque worked with Picasso to promote the style called Cubism. The artist's name is:  
  117.  Selected Answer:    Georges Braque.  
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  121.    Question 21  5 out of 5 points    
  122.  This artist of The Large Bathers pushed toward an idea of painting that established for the work an independent existence:  
  123.  Selected Answer:    Paul Cézanne.  
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  127.    Question 22  5 out of 5 points    
  128.  A leading painter in the Realist movement, the artist of Burial at Ornans declared that "painting is an essentially concrete art and can only consist of the presentation of real and existing things." The artist is:  
  129.  Selected Answer:    Gustave Courbet.  
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  133.    Question 23  5 out of 5 points    
  134.  Which of these is an example of Dada art?  
  135.  Selected Answer:    Marcel Duchamp's The Fountain  
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  139.    Question 24  5 out of 5 points    
  140.  In Romanticism (p. 484), regardless of the subject matter, paintings revealed the artist's:  
  141.  Selected Answer:    individuality.  
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  145.    Question 25  5 out of 5 points    
  146.  One of the primary subjects of Neoclassical art (p. 481) is:  
  147.  Selected Answer:    virtue.
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