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EXAM 2 STUDY GUIDE

EXAM 2 STUDY GUIDE - STUDY GUIDE FOR EXAM II ARH 319...

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STUDY GUIDE FOR EXAM II: ARH 319 Introduction to American Art The exam will be held in class on Monday, April 7. You do not need to bring blue books. No notes or study aids may be used during the exam. The exams will be returned on. Exams will be returned on Monday, April 14. Section I: Slide Identification and Discussion Five slides will be selected from the list below. You will have five minutes for each slide. Fully identify each work with the artist, title, and date. Write a paragraph or two that places the work of art in context . (25 minutes: 40 points possible) William Sidney Mount, Farmer’s Nooning, 1837 George Caleb Bingham, County Election , 1851 Lilly Martin Spencer, Young Husband’s First Marketing , 1855 Asher B. Durand, Progress , 1853 Frank Jewett, Promised Land , 1850 Emanuel Leutze, Westward the Course of Empire Takes its Way , 1861-62 John Gast, American Progress , 1878 George Inness, Lackawana Valley, 1855 Richard Caton Woodville, War News from Mexico , 1848 Eastman Johnson, Life in the South, Old Kentucky Home , 1859 Winslow Homer, Initials, 1864
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  • Spring '08
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  • Study Guide Exam, Thomas Eakins, American painters, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, National Academy of Design

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