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Cal Poly Pomona – Winter 2008 Prof. Pradel Art 216 – History of Asian Art Quiz: China – Wednesday, March 5, 2008. Please bring a scantron Quiz format: multiple-choice - 30 questions x 3.3 points = 100 points. - Slide identification and definition of terms. - You will take the quiz at the beginning of the class so be on time. For slide identification you need to know: - Visual recognition of work/monument - Facts about work/monument o Name o Culture/Dynasty/approx. date/century (use your lecture outlines) o Location/provenance (name of Buddhist cave temple/from the tomb of…) o Material /media o Name of the painter, if known o Style o Iconography o Any other important point discussed in class. List of slides: Slides are also available on ARTstor Lee, fig. 1. 10 Bowl 2. Color 1 Burial urn 3. 11 Gu beaker 4. 12 Cong prism 5. 22 Fu Hao’s tomb 6. 25 Vessel 7. 30 Li-he 8. 33 Jue 9. 34 Gu 10. 37 You in the form of a bear 11. 38 Ding 12. Color 2 Guang 13. 41 Figure 14. 42 Fang ding 15. 43 You 16. 52 Assemblage of bells from tomb of Marquis of Yi 17. 54 Inlaid ding 18. Color 3 Mirror Page 1 of 4
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