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Question 1 .0 out of 1 points Global Warning, the graphic design poster by Chaz Maviyane-Davies, presents an issue of concern for the artist as well as the global population. This work is an example of art as a vehicle for:
. Question 2 .1 out of 1 points James Hampton, the artist who created Throne of the Third Heaven of the Nation’s Millennium General Assembly did not have any professional art training. This type of artist is often recognized as a(n) _______ artist.
. Question 3 .1 out of 1 points When a work of art such as Theo van Doesburg’s Composition (The Cow) shows no reference to the natural world of images, it is usually called:
. Question 4 .1 out of 1 points The phenomenon when positive and negative space change places, as seen in M.C. Escher’s Sky and Water I woodcut print, is called: . Question 5 .1 out of 1 points
These paintings, created by Pablo Picasso during his Blue Period, utilize a _______ color scheme, a color scheme that is based on variations in the value and intensity of a single hue.
. Question 6 .1 out of 1 points The color wheel helps us to identify color relationships. This color scheme utilizes two colors that are directly across from one another on the color wheel.
Answer Selected Answer: complementary Correct Answer: complementary . Question 7 .1 out of 1 points The element of art that is most strongly emphasized in this photograph, Man Pole Vaulting by Thomas Eakins, is: . Question 8 .1 out of 1 points
Raphael’s The School of Athens provides the viewer with the illusion of the three-dmensional world on a two-dimensional surface by the use of:
. Question 9 .1 out of 1 points The balance in Jockeys Before the Race, by the artist Edgar Degas, is:
. Question 10 .1 out of 1 points

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