Art Appreciation Art V01 Ch 4-6

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  1. In the visual arts, ___________ refers to a distinctive handling of elements and media associated with the work of an individual artist, a school or movement, or specific culture or time period.
    A. iconography
    B. content
    C. style
    STYLE
  2. 2. Historical periods refer to periods of human development:Stone Age – Prehistoric, Classical, Medieval, Gothic, Renaissance, Mannerism,Baroque, Rococo, Neoclassicism, Romanticism, Modernism, and Postmodernism among them.
    a. True
    b. False
    TRUE
  3. The term ____________applies to art that departs significantly from the actual appearance of things.
    A. expressionistic
    B.representational
    C. abstract
    ABSTRACT
  4. ____________ has a strong influence on style.
    A. Context
    B. The viewer
    C. A major east-coast museum.
    CONTEXT
  5. Twentieth-century proponents of ____________ reduced natural forms into largely angular geometrical equivalents.
    A. Cubism
    B. Pop Art
    C. Postimpressionism.
    CUBISM
  6. An excellent example ofcubism in sculpture is The Kiss by _______________.
    A.Gustav Klimt
    B.Constantin Brancusi
    C. Bronzino.
    CONSTANTIN BRANCUSI
  7. The ____________ of a work of art is everything that is contained in it.
    A. content
    B. form
    C. iconography.
    CONTENT
  8. ____________ is the study of the themes and symbols in thevisual arts—the figures and images that lend works their underlying meanings.
    A. content
    B. form
    C. iconography
    ICONOGRAPHY
  9. Broadly speaking,______________ refers to the portrayal of people and things as they are seen bythe eye or really thought to be, without idealization, without distortion,which can be seen in Grant Wood’s painting ___________________________.
    REALISM / AMERICAN GOTHIC
  10. Van Eyck’s painting Giovanni Arnolfini and His Bride is loaded with _________________.
    ICONOGRAPHY
  11. A drawing implement that came into use in the 1500s and largelyreplaced silverpoint was
    A. silverpoint
    B. pencil
    C. charcoal
    D. chalk
    E. pastel
    F. wax crayon
    PENCIL
  12. This drawing material moves easily over a support to form linesthat have sheen.
    A. silverpoint
    B. pencil
    C. charcoal
    D. chalk
    E. pastel
    F. wax crayon
    WAX CRAYON
  13. Michelangelo’s Studies for The Libyan Sybil, 1510-11, is an excellent example of
    A. silverpoint
    B. pencil
    C. charcoal
    D. red chalk
    E. pastel
    F. wax crayon
    RED CHALK
  14. Ground chalk mixed with powdered pigments and a binder creates this drawing material.
    A. silverpoint
    B. pencil
    C. charcoal
    D. chalk
    E. pastel
    F. crayon
    PASTEL
  15. A silverpoint "mark" is made by small flecks of____________ left on the surface of the support, which allows for little or nocorrection.
    SILVER
  16. Edgar Degas’ Woman at Her Toilet used the medium of________________.
    PASTEL
  17. Pens have been used since ______________ times.
    ANCIENT
  18. The ground pigment is combined with a linseed oil vehicle andturpentine medium.
    A. fresco
    B. encaustic
    C. tempera
    D. oil
    E. acrylic
    F. watercolor
    OIL
  19. Paint is applied to damp plaster, and is also a technique that requiresthe artist to completely execute one section and then work on another
    A. fresco
    B. encaustic
    C. tempera
    D. oil
    E. acrylic
    F. watercolor
    FRESON
  20. Pigment is in a wax vehicle heated to a liquid state.
    A. fresco
    B. encaustic
    C. tempera
    D. oil
    E. acrylic
    F. watercolor
    ENCAUSTIC
  21. It offers many of the advantages of oil paint, but “without themess” and is a mixture of pigment and a plastic vehicle.
    A. fresco
    B. encaustic
    C. tempera
    D. oil
    E. acrylic
    F. watercolor
    ACRYLIC
  22. This medium uses a vehicle of egg yolk or whole eggs thinnedwith water
    A. fresco
    B. encaustic
    C. tempera
    D. oil
    E. acrylic
    F. watercolor
    TEMPERA
  23. Fluidity of the technique is conducive to rapid sketches and preparatory studies
    A. fresco
    B. encaustic
    C. tempera
    D. oil
    E. acrylic
    F. watercolor
    WATERCOLOR
  24. Giotto’s Lamentation is an excellent example of
    A. fresco
    B. encaustic
    C. tempera
    D. oil
    E. acrylic
    F. watercolor
    FRESCO
  25. The color in a paint derives from its
    A. medium
    B. pigment
    C. vehicle
    PIGMENT
  26. A technique of applying thinly hammered sheets of gold to a tempera painting
    A. ground
    B. gesso
    C. gilding
    GILDING
  27. Fresco painting was revived in the twentieth century by muralpainters in ______________.
    MEXICO
  28. Gilbert Stuart’s George Washington used _____________ paint forthe medium.
    OIL
  29. A mixture of watercolor mixed with a high concentration of vehicle and an opaque ingredient such as chalk is called ___________________.
    GOUACHE

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