chapter 5-9

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1.   Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper (fig. 133), is based on which specific type of perspective?    Student Response Value A. one-point linear perspective 100%  B. trimetric projection  C.  isometric perspective  D.  atmospheric perspective  Score: 10/10    2.   Although created for different purposes, Barbara Hepworth’s Two Figures (fig.127) and the African Feast- making spoon (fig. 128) are positive forms that employ ________ space.    Score: 10/10    3.   According to Sayre, our notion of space changed abruptly at the beginning of the twentieth century as a result  of: 
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  Score: 10/10    4.   In Gustave Callebotte's "Place de l'Europe" (fig. 135) more than one vanishing point is used to organize the  composition. This technique is called:    Score: 10/10    5.   Some methods of creating the illusion of space on the flat surface of a paper or canvas are used  simultaneously such as _____ and ____.   
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  Score: 0/10    6.   Although the Greeks and Romans had some understanding of perspective, true scientific perspective wasn’t  really codified until ________.    Score: 10/10    7.   The surface of a painting, drawing or print is called:   
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  Score: 10/10    8.   When viewing the Rubin Vase (fig. 125), the black shape can be looked at alternately as a foreground object  resembling a vase, or, as background space behind two white profiled faces. What is this relationship called?    Score: 10/10    9.   Matisse almost completely eliminates any sense of ___________ in his painting Harmony in Red  (The Red Room) fig. 149.   
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Score: 10/10    10.   In one point linear perspective, when the vanishing point is to one side of the viewers vantage point the  recession is said to be:    Chapter 6 1.   An artist paints a painting. In the painting, the grass is green, the goldfish are golden-orange, the sky is blue;  therefore, the colors are:    Score: 10/10   
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  The gradual transition from light to dark in a painting was referred to by Renaissance artists as ________.    Score: 10/10    3.  
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