ART HIS 56 Fall - 2004 Midterm Exam

ART HIS 56 Fall - 2004 Midterm Exam - Art History 56A _ The...

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Unformatted text preview: Art History 56A _ The Art of India and Southeast Asra Fall 2004 MIDTERM EXAMINATION Narm. __ ___.___ Name of TA: Section Time: Please complete your exam in pen and be sure to crafi your responses in full, well-written sentences. For each slide or slide comparison, you will be given a question in bold print to help narrow your focus on the image or images on screen. For the essay question, no slides will be provided. BEFORE YOU WRITE, take some time to exa mine the slide(s) carefully, outline your thoughts, and BE SURE TO ANSWER T] [E QUESTION. Finally, make sure you have included the name of your TA and the day and time of your section in the spaces provided above. GOOD LUCK! 4n 1. Identify each image in full, then answer the question be :low in essay form (15 minutes, 25 points): Both of these plans represent spaces at the same site, which you have read about and seen in lecture. Identify the site and the spaces, and give the Indian terms for the types of spaces represented here. Discuss the difference between these spaces in terms of the following: 1) What was their function? 2) What sc ulptural images and structures do these spaces contain? 3) What meaning did these elements have in terms of religious belief and devotional practice? pt!" I /' MQ/ W -€’ war/Sh, :77Wz is {1/50 a my”? (Mfg/fly 6’ ' 2 Wffhfwaglgfiuwf 2 ‘ . '/ .. 44.4 4 a w 4 114,91 . ‘ ‘ 4.1 Mg _ Mammy; ‘ f. _ r - = qfimm l * p [a ‘ ’ . "I «5 ‘47“. , ( ‘1 lb q A IM’J‘IU ‘ l ' —. l” ' 7'15“ f ' 4/ A. (W 9 47+ :iVWW “L551 :41? 1W rm: fl/ESG vet/7 5/1"" ‘ t " Wdi'WV- a) (Q @ “PW—154:1?” @1 2. Identify each image in full, then answer the question b slow in essay form (15 minutes, 25 points): | \ .; .- L Name: Name1' {[ng [-1-] 1.4”]!- 16 Location: i h i i 0 - V 5%“ Kiwi/M Location: Datfi—lfl'D—MDMB: Compare and contrast these two objects. What kinds of images: are they and what do they represent? Be sure to identify the religious and devotional contexts for each, and discuss the similarities and differences in how they a1 'e worshiped. What larger cosmological meaning does each represent? ZMZL I l 0/7"-667L5 3" “ , ‘ 1 (MI WI ’ H 461/" um: v2 WI" *‘ W I ‘ a “'Jr 61/ ' , "" v “ ‘ P I} 5!; ' S t w/ m. . _ l ‘ “ “Mr W/V/S’Wi‘ “ . 7 * ‘ {'_ / VflLQf a; Question.3. fie: the question below in essay form (30 minutes, 50 points): Discuss the pan-Indian symbols and deities we have seen presen' :ed in lecture. How were some of these pan-Indian symbols used by th e developing Buddhist and Hindu religions? How were these symbols changed or modified over time to give meaning specific to these religions? Describe three Ixamples then comment on both the Buddhist and Hindu uses of pan-Indian 5) mbolism. Some possible examples include the yaksha, yakshi, mother goddess, t ree, naga king, and bull. l - 1;! i " ' I], i [21.5% il” w lg [/14 ' fidZEMdfi 1313’ - (51551 'III ‘11 4. . 11-17 . - w 2+ 2 y 7/ 5M -1 I Ill. "/ J /{ .541/ . 3 57-”? ,0 M- - Mm; ' .- i‘ " a I 0 *1, [r w my 11;r 1} fl A A! 11/ (58% W4 W3 Jim/dig, " ‘ mm mu _/ 1 a PM ‘ . ‘ (.1 '2 r ' c ' ‘ ' W’flffl / Y. _ M’S I cm I Wick was 5 \,¥ ' ' J. ' "145%? v} ‘ w d a A a” W ‘ ' T’ - . _. ‘ moi/W I (m: \a w - 1' Sml I, ms m fWKl'a, .._ — 1 .L _ n l'. v W /l m M ' m ma- J 1 M _-..-_-..I..-._,1.. ' u V5 alga lm 1 1 1 a IN (A! ‘ l 0 "4,. m 1 } f 4r 1; a Mm m" 4’ a 'W 596 " F‘flimymmm "‘ . If \ .l_1 I L t I ' {11' fr ' N44 1:41 " " /ML 1. I'M! ‘56? / (a; «3 i3 3 " 1' ‘ I 1H] J J j M I" J T ' ‘ L I' ...
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This test prep was uploaded on 02/21/2008 for the course ART HIS 56 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '04 term at UCLA.

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