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Full file at Test Bank for Gardners Art through the Ages 15th Edition by Kleiner Complete downloadable file at: - the-Ages-15th-Edition-by-Kleiner CHAPTER 1—ART IN THE STONE AGE MULTIPLE CHOICE 1.____ was used almost exclusively for the representation of animals in Paleolithic art. a.b.c.d.Linear perspectiveANS: CPTS:1 Composite creature Foreshortening The profile view 2.The human with feline (lion?) head sculpture was found in ____. 3.The use of ____ along with its large scale suggests the sculpture human with fe-line (lion?) head was important to its creator. wood mammoth ivory stone pebbles
Full file at 4.The emphasis on the anatomy of the nude woman figurine (Venus of Willendorf) suggests early man’s interest in ____. gold and jewels health and fertility athletic competitions the domestication of animals 5.Figures sculpted in the round can be defined as ____. a.b.engravedc.high reliefd.bas reliefANS: APTS:1 freestanding 6.____ is the location of the most spectacular cave paintings that have been discov-ered. England Germany France 7.One of the most famous Paleolithic cave paintings, the Hall of the Bulls, was dis-covered in ____.
Full file at 8.What is a ground line? 9.The convention of representing animals’ horns in twisted perspective in cave paintings or allowing the viewer to see the head in profile and the horns from the front is termed ____. a.opticalb.fancifulc.descriptived.trueANS: CPTS:1 10.One of the suggested purposes for Paleolithic cave paintings is thought to have been ____. decoration for the cave insurance for the survival of the herd 11. The painting rhinoceros, wounded man, and disemboweled bison is unique in Pa-
Full file at leolithic art regarding the presence of ____. a bucrania an altar with bear skulls

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