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  1. During the Baroque Period we get a glimpse of inwardness, the psyche of the sitter: mostly with __________________________’s 90 self-portraits. In these works we witness his successes and failures throughout his life: in other words the scrutiny of his life.
    a. Rembrandt          b. Poussin          c. Rubens          d. Vermeer
    a. Rambrant
  2. The Sage Kuya Invoking the Amida Buddha
    a. Islamic          b. Indian          c. Chinese          d. Japanese
    d. Japanese
  3. When considering modernity and modern art the key component to this movement began as a direct outgrowth and reflection of the __________________.
    a. Industrial Revolution          b. Plague          c. Reformation
    a. Industrial Revolution
  4. The painting The Oath of the Horatii by ___________________ depicts the Neoclassical elements of heroism, idealism, rationality, truth, reason, and logic.
    a. Jacques-Louis David          b. Eugène Delacroix          c. Edouard Manet
    a. Jacques-Louis David
  5. The return to the classical style of the Neoclassical period was based upon the excavations of ___________________ which began in 1748.
    a. Pompeii and Herculaneum          b. Budapest          c. Atlantis
    a. Pompeii and Herculaneum
  6. Romanticism believed in the notion that ______________, and they also valued sincere feeling and honest emotions
    a. Feeling is All          b. Feeling is Dead          c. Feeling is Feeling
    a. Feeling is All
  7. ___________________________’s painting The Death of Sardanapalus, probably best exemplifies the common notion of romantic art.
    a. Jacques-Louis David          b. Eugène Delacroix          c. Edouard Manet
    b. Eugene Delacroix
  8. The invention of __________________ shortly before the mid-century was a significant milestone, as it altered the public perceptions of “reality.”
    a. photography          b. the cotton gin          c. the steam engine
    a. Photography
  9. Realist animal painter _________________ was the first woman artist to receive the Légion d’Honneur (1865)
    a. Elizabeth Vigée-Lebrun           b. Rosa Bonheur           c. Mary Cassatt
    b. Rosa Bonheur
  10. Modern artists wanted to depict the modern world and modern people of their day.
    a. True          b. False
    a. True

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