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ARTS 150 Exam 2 Review Use the following images to answer these questions. 1.  Which of the following works ranks highest among the categories of the academic hierarchy of subject matter? 2.  Which of the following works was produced by a female artist? 3.  Which of the following works was produced by an artist who immigrated to America at the age of seventeen? 4.  Which of the following works was produced by the president of the British Royal Academy? 5.  Which of the following works was produced by a painter who refused to participate in the French Royal Academy  salons?         (a)        (d)      (e)         7.  Which of the following statements best characterizes the shared message of these works? (a) These works all incorporate Caravaggio’s use of tenebrism. (b) These works communicate the importance of art and the high status of the artist in 16th- and 17th-century European  society. (c) These works demonstrate the different ways in which artists extract the beauty from God’s creation. (d) These works were all produced by members of one of Europe’s royal academies. (e) Other than being paintings, these works have nothing in common. 6.  Which of the following sequences represents the  correct academic ranking of these paintings from highest  to lowest In terms of subject matter? (a) a, b, c, d, e (b) b, c, d, e, a (c) c, e, d, a, b
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ARTS 150 Exam 2 Review/2     14. The [14], created by [15] includes one of the earliest representations of [16], perhaps best demonstrated by the [17]. 14(a) Ghent Altarpiece 15 (a) Albrecht Dürer 16(a) Christ’s crucifixion17(a) mystical visions (b) Altarpiece of the Holy Blood (b) Albrecht Altdorfer (b) Christ’s death (b) heavenly choirs (c) Isenheim Altarpiece (c) Veit Stoss (c) Christ’s resurrection (c) the nail in his hand (d) Garden of Earthly Delights (d) Tilman Reimenschneider (d) Christ’s transfiguration (d) the color of his flesh (e) Burial of Count Orgaz (e) Matthias Grünewald (e) Christ’s enthronement (e) sun behind  his head The patrons who commissioned this work were [18]. (a) the monks who served at a monastic hospital for people suffering from terrible skin diseases (b) the wealthy families of the Alsatian town in which the work appears (c) the order of St. Hadrian, who had helped defeat the Spanish and return the Netherlands’ political/economic self- determination (d) the nuns called the Poor Clares, who cared for the sick and dying (e) the bishop of the Basilica of St. Anthony in Isenheim This portrait of the [8] royal family acknowledges [9] by including [10] in the  background.
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