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Sophia University – Art History IIFinal Milestone1Which of the following is a defining characteristic of Neoclassicism?An emphasis on the excess of the aristocracyAn emphasis on religious beliefAn emphasis on superstitionAn emphasis on observable informationCONCEPTThe Historical Context of Neoclassicism2One of the most famous examples of the influence of Zen on the Japanese landscape is the rock garden at __________. Sen No RikyuWabi-sabiRyoanjiTatamiCONCEPTThe Influence of Zen in Japanese Art and Architecture3
Which of the following characteristics applies to this sculpture?Used by Protestant Reformation to encourage conversionEmphasizes passion, drama, and emotionForbidden by the Counter-Reformation at the Council of TrentDemonstrates interest in rationalism and scienceCONCEPTItalian Baroque Art4Which of the following was NOT an influence on Surrealism?Giorgio di Chirico’s metaphysical paintingThe Dada movementFreud’s ideas about the unconscious mindWorld War ICONCEPTSurrealism5The very first form of photography involved exposing an image directly on a light-sensitive, silver-coated plate of metal.This was known as a(n) __________.
negative printcamera obscuradaguerreotypecalotypeCONCEPTEarly Photography6Which of the following was NOT an influence on the development of Jackson Pollock’s artistic style?SurrealismMexican MuralismNative American sand paintingSuprematismCONCEPTAbstract Expressionism and Color Field Painting7Which of the following qualities are present in the work of Peter Paul Rubens?