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ARTS 150 All Sections Practice Exam 1 23 September 2009 [1-2]     1. Which of the following sequences of names, terms and concepts matches the order of these images as  displayed? (a) dissolution of boundaries; a prayer book for a nun; donors in perpetual prayer; artist as divine collaborator (b) synoptic narrative; prayer book for a queen; urgency of divine presence; “extraction” of beauty (c) dissolution of boundaries; rise of vernacular literature; integrates ambient light; rising importance of landscape (d) integrates ambient light; references Sienese paintings; illustrates vernacular literature; sacred portrait of place (e) both b and d match the order of the images as displayed 2. The first three of these works incorporate the painting technique known as quatrefoil. (a) True (b) False 3. Which of the following sequences of terms matches the order of these images as displayed? (a) Early Florentine Renaissance; Decorated Style; Perpendicular Style; Flamboyant Style; Early Florentine Renaissance (b) Early Florentine Renaissance; Gothic; Gothic; Gothic; Early Florentine Renaissance (c) Florentine High Renaissance; Flamboyant Style; Perpendicular Style; Decorated Style; Early Florentine Renaissance (d) Early Florentine Renaissance; Decorated Style; Perpendicular Style; Gothic; Florentine High Renaissance
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2009 for the course ARTS 150 taught by Professor Caffey during the Fall '08 term at Texas A&M.

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