Ch 2 Sculpture Questions - Chapter 2: Sculpture 1. All...

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Chapter 2: Sculpture 1. All sculpture is three-dimensional. a. True b. False 2. Freestanding sculptural works are called which of the following? a. Linear b. Sculptural c. Full round d. Relief 3. Sculpture designed to be seen from one side only is called which of the following? a. Linear b. Sculptural c. Full round d. Relief 4. Which of the following is the term for sculpture that employs such materials as wire or neon tubing? a. Linear b. Sculptural c. Full round d. Relief 5. Which of the following is a term for carved works of sculpture? a. Subtractive b. Additive c. Substitutive d. Ephemeral 6. Which of the following, according to the text, is the most popular material for sculpture? a. Wood b. Stone c. Clay d. Wire 7. Which of the following, according to the text, is the sculptor’s ideal choice of rock to carve? a. Metamorphic b. Igneous c. Sedimentary d. Porous
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8. Which of the following is a fundamental characteristic for whatever material is used for sculpture? a. Smooth
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Ch 2 Sculpture Questions - Chapter 2: Sculpture 1. All...

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