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ART 111 Art Appreciation Instructor: Mr. Goff Test: Comprehensive Final Review Spring 2010 Multiple choice: 1. A mark, the most fundamental element made by a moving point, is called: 2. A work made by pasting scraps of various pieces of material - cloth, paper, photographs - onto the surface of the composition is called ___________________. 3. Objects which are intended to stimulate a sense of beauty in the viewer 4. Sculpture that is created to be viewed from only one-side is called 5. Early Paleolithic figurative sculptures such as the Venus of Willendorf, were believed to be: 6. The Pantheon is an illustration of which Roman contribution to architecture? 7. The camera arts, more than the other art forms, allows artists to explore 8. The most important subject in Greek art is 9. Leonardo's famous portrait, the Mona Lisa, may have appealed to the Renaissance imagination, in part because it reveals: 10. The word Renaissance, meaning "rebirth," described a new age that was marked by- 11. The main difference in the various painting media is the ________________ used in each medium. 12. What set the Impressionists apart from their predecessors - the Realists? 13. What does it mean when we refer to works of art being "representational"? 14. "Postmodernism" has been defined in part as: 15. What do most Gothic churches have that separated them from Romanesque churches? 16. Michelangelo's painting on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel was done in encaustic. True False 17. What is the difference between "subject" and "content"?
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  • Spring '10
  • Goff
  • a. additive b., Art Appreciation Instructor, various painting media, sculpture D. In-the-round, B. subtractive sculpture