art quiz #6
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art quiz #6

Course: ART 2260, Fall 2011

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Quiz 6 Started: April 24, 2011 9:24 PM Questions: 25 1. Chapter 6 Question MC #3 (Points: 4) In Giotto's 14th-century painting Lamentation, joints can clearly be seen that break the blue sky into numerous sections. This occurred because of the ____. 5 1. limitations of watercolor 2. limitations of oil painting 3. limitations of tempera 4. desire of the artist 5. limitations of fresco Save Answer 2. Chapter 6...

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6 Started: Quiz April 24, 2011 9:24 PM Questions: 25 1. Chapter 6 Question MC #3 (Points: 4) In Giotto's 14th-century painting Lamentation, joints can clearly be seen that break the blue sky into numerous sections. This occurred because of the ____. 5 1. limitations of watercolor 2. limitations of oil painting 3. limitations of tempera 4. desire of the artist 5. limitations of fresco Save Answer 2. Chapter 6 Question MC #21 (Points: 4) Master graffiti artists almost always add "tags" to their artworks, which are ____. 3 1. anonymous symbols 2. gang symbols 3. stylized signatures 4. comic strip Benday dots 5. skulls Save Answer 3. Chapter 6 Question MC #17 (Points: 4) In Roger Shimomura's Untitled painting, he has blended traditional Japanese imagery with American cartoon characters and includes a self-portrait in which he is depicted as ____. 4 1. Dick Tracy 2. a contemporary Japanese 3. Donald Duck 4. the Statue of Liberty 5. a Japanese Samurai Save Answer 4. Chapter 6 Question MC #4 (Points: 4) The ancient Egyptians and Greeks tinted their sculptures with ____ to give them a lifelike appearance. 1 1. encaustic 2. gouache 3. aquarelle 4. tempera 5. oils Save Answer 5. Chapter 6 Question MC #14 (Points: 4) Contemporary artist Ed Paschke's Anesthesio composition has been "defaced" by ____, thus obscuring Lincoln's portrait. 2 1. garbage 2. abstract patches of neon-like color 3. spray paint 4. electronic color bleeding 5. graffiti Save Answer 6. Chapter 6 Question MC #10 (Points: 4) The transition to oil paint in the 14th and 15th centuries was gradual. For many years, it was only used for ____ in order to give the paintings a high sheen. 1 1. glazing 2. finishing 3. embossing 4. intarsia 5. glossing Save Answer 7. Chapter 6 Question MC #2 (Points: 4) True fresco, or ____, is executed on damp ____. 5 1. fresco secco; dry plaster 2. fresco verite; lime plaster 3. fresco secco; walls 4. fresco; plaster 5. buon fresco; lime plaster Save Answer 8. Chapter 6 Question MC #8 (Points: 4) In both tempera and oil painting, the surface of the wood or canvas is covered with a ground of powdered chalk or plaster and animal glue known as ____. 4 1. plaster 2. gum Arabic 3. vellum 4. gesso 5. veneer Save Answer 9. Chapter 6 Question MC #13 (Points: 4) Pop artist Roy Lichtenstein's portrait of George Washington is an oil-oncanvas image that most resembles a(n) ____. 3 1. expressionist portrayal 2. psychological study 3. comic-book hero 4. three-dimensional president 5. unfinished effort Save Answer 10. Chapter 6 Question MC #6 (Points: 4) The traditional composition of tempera, rarely used today, consisted of ____. 4 1. lime plaster, pigment, and water 2. gum Arabic, pigment, and water 3. wax and pigment 4. egg, pigment, and water 5. oil, pigment, and turpentine Save Answer 11. Chapter 6 Question MC #11 (Points: 4) Rembrandt used ____ to create his oil-on-board painting of the Head of St. Matthew. 2 1. tenebrism 2. impasto 3. relief 4. cross-hatching 5. plasticity Save Answer 12. Chapter 6 Question MC #20 (Points: 4) The fluidity and portability of watercolor has often lent itself to____. 2 1. easy correction of mistakes 2. rapid sketches and preparatory studies 3. wood panel paintings 4. complete large-scale paintings 5. rendering meticulous detail Save Answer 13. Chapter 6 Question MC #16 (Points: 4) Helen Oji's Mount St. Helen's is an opaque impasto composition in the shape of a ____. 2 1. Oriental screen 2. volcano cone 3. Japanese kimono 4. Chinese kimono 5. Samurai warrior Save Answer 14. Chapter 6 Question MC #15 (Points: 4) ____ is a mixture of pigment and a synthetic resin vehicle that can be thinned with water. 5 1. Gum arabic 2. Aquarelle 3. Gouache 4. Tempera 5. Acrylic Save Answer 15. Chapter 6 Question MC #1 (Points: 4) The binding agent that powdered pigment is mixed with to form paint is known as the ____. 3 1. medium 2. turpentine 3. vehicle 4. canvas 5. support Save Answer 16. Chapter 6 Question MC #22 (Points: 4) The Synthetic Cubists were the first to create papiers colls, or collages, in the early 20th century. The two major figures of this movement were ____. 4 1. Czanne and Matisse 2. van Gogh and Gauguin 3. Monet and Renoir 4. Picasso and Braque 5. Seurat and Signac Save Answer 17. Chapter 6 Question MC #18 (Points: 4) Contemporary watercolor is referred to as ____, made up of pigments and a vehicle of ____. 3 1. gouache; gum arabic 2. watercolor; water 3. aquarelle; gum arabic 4. acrylic; synthetic resin 5. tempera; milk and tree sap Save Answer 18. Chapter 6 Question MC #12 (Points: 4) When a painter's oil paint becomes too thick, he has to thin it with a ____. 2 1. vehicle of linseed oil 2. medium of turpentine 3. vehicle of turpentine 4. medium of water 5. medium of linseed oil Save Answer 19. Chapter 6 Question MC #23 (Points: 4) Miriam Schapiro's Maid of Honour is a paint-and-fabric construction that she labeled ____. 3 1. pattern painting 2. feminine tapestry 3. femmage 4. combine painting 5. tapestry Save Answer 20. Chapter 6 Question MC #24 (Points: 4) Ralph Going's Rock Ola is a contradiction of what we normally consider when we think of a watercolor on paper because the work is considered to be ____. 4 1. Impressionism 2. nonobjective 3. abstract 4. Photorealism 5. expressionism Save Answer 21. Chapter 6 Question MC #7 (Points: 4) ____ was the exclusive painting medium of artists during the Middle Ages. 5 1. Oil 2. Gouache 3. Encaustic 4. Fresco 5. Tempera Save Answer 22. Chapter 6 Question MC #25 (Points: 4) Gilbert Stuart's 18th-century traditional portrait of George Washington achieves a realistic likeness largely through ____. 4 1. stippling 2. abstraction 3. cross-hatching 4. modeling 5. balance Save Answer 23. Chapter 6 Question MC #9 (Points: 4) Fifteenth-century artist Gentile da Fabriano applied thinly hammered sheets of gold to his Adoration of the Magi tempera panel using a technique known as ____. 4 1. impasto 2. glazing 3. mosaic 4. gilding 5. lapis lazuli Save Answer 24. Chapter 6 Question MC #19 (Points: 4) ____ was the principal painting medium during the Byzantine and Romanesque eras of Christian art. 1 1. Gouache 2. Fresco 3. Tempera 4. Oil 5. Watercolor Save Answer 25. Chapter 6 Question MC #5 (Points: 4) While painting the Egypto-Roman Mummy Portrait of a Man, the artist found it necessary to keep the ____ at a constant temperature. 5 1. plaster 2. pigment 3. water 4. linseed oil 5. molten wax
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