31B 2008 Midterm Study Guide - ART 31B MIDTERM STUDY GUIDE...

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ART 31B MIDTERM STUDY GUIDE PLEASE BRING A BLUE BOOK TO CLASS 1. Slide Identifications  (10 x 2 points each; 10 minutes) You will be tested on your ability to identify the name of the  artist, title, and date  of 10 works chosen  from your slide lists.  YOU WILL BE TESTED ON ONLY  THOSE IMAGES MARKED WITH AN  ASTERISK (*) . When they do not appear in your textbook, all marked artworks can easily be found by  using Google’s Image Search. If there is a discrepancy between the date on the slide list and a date in the  book, either date will count as correct. 2. Essays  (2 x 40 points each; 60 minutes) Essays are intended to test your understanding of the significance of a single artist (e.g. Rivera or  Mondrian), or the significance of various art movements or events (e.g. the Bauhaus, Mexican muralism,  Surrealism, or the Degenerate Art Exhibition, etc.), or the importance of a single artwork (e.g., the Detroit 
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  • Winter '08
  • ravetch
  • Writing, Art movements, blue book

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