Art_Final - Question 2 Multiple Choice The...

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Question 2 Multiple Choice 1 points The Counter-Reformation edicts recomended that art: be primarily intellectual, not emotional avoid theological themes use clear compositions avoid themes that were didactic Question 3 Multiple Choice 1 points High Renaissance art: spread from Rome to Florence avoided complex philosophical and allegorical subjects was committed to naturalism and fine detail was distinguished by an idealizing, classicizing approach Question 4 Multiple Choice 1 points Mannerism: consciously disjoints the illusion of space moved toward the High Renaissance's classical values sought to create natural and simple construction appealed to the peasant's aesthetic values Question 5 Multiple Choice 1 points Sixteenth-century artists: never signed their works were quite modest in self-appraisal of their art began to open their ranks to women viewed with disdain the establishment of an art academy Question 6 Multiple Choice 1 points Woodcuts: have ink pressed into incised lines (grooves) are incised with a burin are a relief process had to be printed on dry paper Question 7 Multiple Choice 1 points Bosch's "Garden of Earthly Delights" Triptych: completely avoided traditional religious subject matter expressed humanity's determined perversity condoned rampant promiscuity used only naturalistic objects and figures Question 8 Multiple Choice 1 points The Northern Renaissance artist who refined and popularized the media of woodcut and engraving was:
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Matthias Grunewald Martin Schonqauer Albrecht Durer Vermeer Question 9 Multiple Choice 1 points Which of the following paintings displays a wealth of "disguised symbolism"? The Battle of Issus by Altdorfer The Creation of Adam by Michelangelo The Annunciation Triptych by Robert Campin Mrs. Siddons by Gainsborough Question 10 Multiple Choice 1 points A medium of printmaking in which V-shaped grooves are cut into a metal plate is termed: woodcut engraving etching lithograph Question 11 Multiple Choice 1 points The Italian artist whose work bears the influence of Renaissance Neo-Platonism is: Piero della Francesca Mino da Fiesole Perugino Botticelli Question 12 Multiple Choice 1 points Baroque Classicism: ignored the accomplishments of High Renaissance artists was revealed in Annibale Carracci and Nicholas Poussin
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2010 for the course ART 1131 taught by Professor Judsonedwards during the Spring '08 term at Troy.

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Art_Final - Question 2 Multiple Choice The...

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