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12/29/2020Sophia :: Welcome1/22UNIT 2 — MILESTONE 2Score16/22You passed this Milestone16 questions were answered correctly.6 questions were answered incorrectly.1
12/29/2020Sophia :: Welcome2/22In 1897 the British government removed about 3,000 works of art from a city in West Africa that were laterhoused in the British Museum. This museum is an example of a(n) __________.Encyclopedic MuseumBenin Bronzes
12/29/2020Sophia :: Welcome3/22WunderkammerKunstkammerCONCEPTColonialism and the Museum 2
12/29/2020Sophia :: Welcome4/22Which artist was best known for his association with the Art Nouveau movement in Paris?Charles Rennie MackintoshAntoní GaudíHector GuimardVictor HortaCONCEPTArt Nouveau Architecture 3Which statement regarding the Pre-Raphaelites is NOT true?They were opposed to the influence of Raphael on the development of art.
12/29/2020Sophia :: Welcome5/22They supported the academic style of art.Their style closely resembled that of the Realists.They were in favor of the artistic style of the Quattrocento.CONCEPTPre-Raphaelites 4Which of the following statements about the Art Nouveau style is NOT true?Art Nouveau had an interest in functional objects.Art Nouveau focused on high-quality artisanship instead of mass-produced items.Art Nouveau explored themes including darkness, the imagination and dreams.
12/29/2020Sophia :: Welcome6/22Art Nouveau was influenced by Japanese prints.CONCEPTArt Nouveau Visual Art 5Which of the following is the main reason why the Impressionists’ work was harshly criticized when itwas first exhibited?The Impressionists painted large canvases with everyday subjects that did not seem appropriate for thesize.