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Ch20Quiz - 1 Johann Joachim Winckelmann who is considered...

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1. Johann Joachim Winckelmann, who is considered to be the first modern art historian, was one of the first to systematically organize art by style and period. (Points :1) True False 2. The Chiswick House is based on Palladio's Villa Rotunda. (Points :1) True False 3. Rococo painting embraced light-hearted representations of elite entertainment. (Points :1) True False 4. The Grand Tour was Napoleon's first trip through Europe after seizing control of France. (Points :1) True False 5. La Madeleine recalls the Maison Caree. (Points :1) True False 6. The Royal Crescent in Bath references the Pantheon. (Points :1) True False 7. Vigeé-Lebrun's Self-Portrait illustrates the general characteristics of Grand Manner portraiture. (Points :1) True False 8. Edmonia Lewis's Forever Free refers to slaves thrown overboard by slave traders. (Points :1) True False 9. Canova's sculpture of Pauline Borghese represents the sitter as Athena. (Points :1) True False 10. Boucher's painting is characterized by its moralizing narratives. (Points :1) True
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False 11. Newton's promotion of scientific empiricism may be seen in Hunter's Child in Womb . (Points :1) True False 12. Goya worked at the court of Napoleon. (Points :1) True False 13. Rousseau's idea of the "natural man" may be seen in paintings such as Greuze's Village Bride . (Points :1) True False 14. Benjamin West's The Death of General Wolfe illustrates an episode from the American Revolution.
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