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Quizzes181920_1 - CH 18 Reformation 16th century 1. Jean...

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CH 18 – Reformation – 16 th century 1. Jean Goujon's sculpture shares characteristics with Italian Mannerism. (Points :1) 558 (Nymphs) True False 2. Saint Peter was a plague saint. (Points :1) 547 True False 3. An allegory is a narrative, image or figure invested with symbolic meaning. (Points :1) 545 True False 4. Albrecht Altdorfer painted the Battle of Issus . (Points :1) 553 True False 5. El Greco studied painting in Florence. (Points :1) 565 (Venice, Rome) True False 6. Antwerp was a hub of economic activity for the Low Countries. (Points :1) 559 True False 7. The Louvre was a fortress that served as a country house for royalty. (Points :1) 556 (medieval palace and fortress) True False 8. French 16th-century architecture is characterized by the use of pavilions. (Points :1) 558 True False 9. The Isenheim Altarpiece belonged to a monastic hospital. (Points :1) 547 True
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False 10. Mabuse rejected classical influences. (Points :1) 559 True False 11. Aertsen is known as the "painter of the Reformation." (Points :1) 560 Should be Lucas Cranach: 546 True False 12. Luther prohibited religious images. (Points :1) 547 True False 13. Dürer wrote treatises on anatomy and architecture. (Points :1) 548 (perspective, fortification, human proportions) True False 14. El Escorial was a French castle. (Points :1) 564 (Spanish palace) True False 15. Jean Goujon was the French sculptor who created figura serpentinata poses. (Points :1) 558 True False 16. Saint Sebastian was the patron saint of people with mental illnesses. (Points :1) 547 True False 17. Ergotism is synonymous with allegory. (Points :1) 547 (ergotism = disease) True False 18. Charles V built his palace on the former Moorish mosque. (Points :1) 564 (Muslim site)
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True False 19. Holbein traveled to England to escape religious wars. (Points :1) 554 True False 20. Francis I commissioned the Chateau Chambord. (Points :1) 556 True False 21. The Escorial is a ________. (Points :1) 564 palace and convent chateau and royal academy villa and monastery country home and school none of these 22. El Greco's art is characterized by ________. (Points :1) 565 Byzantine influence fervent Spanish Catholicism Venetian colorism elongated figures and undefined space all of these 23. Pieter Bruegel's Hunters in the Snow is one of six paintings of the ________. (Points :1) 563 none of these seasons of the year proverbs Church calendar Flemish regional labors 24. Who said "Depart not from nature in your opinion"? (Points :1) 552 Matias Grunewald Hans Holbein Martin Luther Thomas More Albrecht Duerer
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25. The Great Piece of Turf is a/an ________. (Points :1) 552 (Albrecht Duerer) altarpiece panel painting religious still life moral allegory nonreligious still life 26. Knight, Death, and the Devil is a metaphor for the ________. (Points :1) 552 (Albrecht Duerer) effects of the Black Death knight as a soldier of God waning hold of the Catholic church on northern Europe damned German soldier 27. The Renaissance style of Charles V's palace at the Alhambra may represent ________.
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