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Module 9 Quiz ARH2000 Fall 2018Attempt HistoryAttemptTimeScoreLATESTAttempt 17 minutes20 out of 20 Correct answers are hidden.Score for this quiz: 20 out of 20Submitted Nov 3 at 9:49pmThis attempt took 7 minutes.Question 11 / 1 ptsDr. Brekka describes Goya's painting, the Third of May, 1808, as a scene from the French Revolution--a reflection of the corruption of the absolute monarchs, the kings of France; the soldiers with their rifles to the right are former 'brothers' of the peasants on the left, and portraits of living people are identified in this work. There is a paradox here,as Brekka explains, because the figure with his arms up is meant to be seen as comic.This is TRUEThis is FALSE
Question 21 / 1 ptsThe Dance headdress from Cameroon is best described in the following way:
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It served as part of ceremonial costume worn in masquerade as part of a sacred ritualQuestion 31 / 1 ptsDr. Brekka explains that O'Sullivan's work, the Harvest of Death, documents the US civilwar--it's an art form associated with reportage, or 'reporting'; Brekka compares Harvest of Death to a lithograph by Daumier showing an actual event in which a poor working family was tragically shot to death by authorities. Both images feel like a 'snapshot,' andthe new technologies of both lithograph and silverprint photography allow for wide distribution in multiples.