Test study - Hort 2164 Floral Design STUDY QUESTIONS Test 1...

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Hort 2164 Floral Design Test 1 STUDY QUESTIONS 1. Use of the lotus in Egyptian designs relates the influence of in their floral art. 1) economics 2) politics 3) religion 4) social conditions 2. Which civilization drew from the Greek floral techniques of making wreaths and garlands? 1) American 2) French 3) Italian 4) Roman 3. The modern cornucopia as a symbol of "harvest abundance" originated as a(n) ________ floral art form. 1) Egyptian 2) European 3) Greek 4) Oriental 5) Roman 4. Floral art in the Renaissance could be characterized as all the following except 1) dull in color. 2) large. 3) massed. 4) pyramidal. 5) symmetric. 5. The wreath is a classic design of fruit, cones, and flowers inspired by this Renaissance painter. 1) della Robbia 2) Michelangelo 3) Monet 4) Van Gogh 6. Changes in floral art that characterized the Baroque Period were primarily influenced by 1) court-appointed trained florists. 3) royal mistresses. 2) religious artisans. 4) painters' imaginations. 7. Mass designs with extensive use of accessories in and with the arrangements are from the ________ Period. 1) Colonial 2) Flemish 3) Renaissance 4) Victorian 8. Use of the triangular form for floral design developed during the Period. 1) Baroque 2) Empire 3) Georgian 4) Victorian 9. The Victorian Period of floral design is noted for 1) addition of lines in design. 3) open appearance not previously seen. 2) lack of artistic taste. 4) use of flowers with specific royal symbolism. 10. Ikebana, the contemporary name for Japanese floral art, translates as 1) "giving life to flowers." 3) "sacred art of flowers." 2) "hermit by the lake." 4) "three-line design." 11. ________ was the first grand master of floral art in Japan. 1) Hikae 2) Ikenobo 3) Obiwon Kenobi 4) Yoko Ono 12. The major attributes of Oriental floral arrangements are 1) appreciation of beauty, balance of materials, and preservation of life. 2) appreciation of beauty, balance of materials, and religious symbolism. 3) appreciation of beauty, religious symbolism, and preservation of life. 4) humility through subdued color, preservation of life, and religious symbolism. 13. The most basic Japanese design form is 1) massed. 2) symmetric. 3) the 3-line. 4) All of these. 14. This style continues today as inspiration for many church and other larger, more formal arrangements. 1) Baroque 3) Moribana 2) Colonial Williamsburg 4) Renaissance 15. Symbolism attached to lines in the traditional Japanese design denotes 1) air, water, and earth. 3) heaven, man, and earth. 2) earth, wind, and fire. 4) mind, body, and spirit. 16. Contemporary American design employs ______ characteristic(s). 1) line 2) line-mass 3) mass 4) mass-line 5) All of these.
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17. Line-mass design character was derived from combining the distinctive ___________ styles. 1) American and Greek
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