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Chapter 26 Test Bank Multiple Choice 1. Notable for ornamental delicacy, intimacy, and playful elegance, the ________ style dominated the salons of Paris and the courts and churches of Austria and Germany. a. beaux arts b. Rococo c. baroque d. Romanesque Answer: b 2. Which of the following was a female painter who produced portraits for an almost exclusively female clientele? a. Watteau b. Boucher c. Vigée-Lebrun d. Fragonard Answer: c 3. Which of the following was First Painter to King Louis XV, head of the Royal Academy in Paris, and a favorite of the Marquise de Pompadour? a. Watteau b. Boucher c. Vigée-Lebrun d. Fragonard Answer: b 4. Which of the following painting masters began his or her career painting theatrical backdrops? a. Watteau b. Clodion c. Vigée-Lebrun d. Fragonard Answer: a 5. Encouraged by the philosophes ’ demand for an art of moral virtue, Greuze and Chardin produced ________ paintings that were among the most popular images of the eighteenth century a. sacred b. portrait c. genre d. cubist Answer: c 1
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6. Archeological investigations encouraged new interest in ________ artifacts and produced a
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