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glass revival crystal technique studio glass Correct! glass workshop Question 85 1 / 1 pts
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A common clay body, or mixtures of different kinds of clay, is earthenware Correct! glazeware placeware all of the above Question 86 1 / 1 pts Artists like using stone for sculptures because of its permanence Correct! malleability size
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all of the above Question 87 1 / 1 pts Some woodworkers look for "defects" in a piece of wood, like _______, as seen in Mark Lindquist's Toutes Uncommon Bowl . burls Correct! veneers splits none of the above Question 88 1 / 1 pts The Greeks developed the ____________ process of casting, which is still used. lost-wax Correct!
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foundry slip granite Question 89 1 / 1 pts Architects are like artists working in other visual media because they work alone control the whole process of design and creation rely exclusively on their own vision and ideas use the elements of design and the organizing principles Correct! Question 90 1 / 1 pts
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Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater is a good example of the use of the geodesic dome theory cantilevered beams Correct! modular construction tensile structures Question 91 1 / 1 pts This sculpture by Louise Nevelson, called Black Wall is made of various pieces of wood. This sculpture is called a(n): carving cast assemblage
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Correct! model Unanswered Question 92 0 / 1 pts Today's craft artists experiment with new techniques only and have little or no interest in traditional methods. True False Question 93 1 / 1 pts Porcelain is considered to be the most precious of ceramic ware because it is pure white non-absorbent very strong all of the above
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Correct! Question 94 1 / 1 pts Carving is a ____________ process. subtractive Correct! additive molten unified Question 95 1 / 1 pts Which is harder to carve? rock crystal Correct! rhinoceros horn
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marble Question 96 1 / 1 pts When some materials for sculptures cannot support their own weight, a sculptor will use __________________ for support. laminate an armature Correct! a slip torque Question 97 1 / 1 pts In fifteenth-century Benin sculptors were supported by _____. patronage of the king Correct!
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public subscription sales of their work the military Question 98 1 / 1 pts Michelangelo believed that one piece of marble was the same as another. True False Correct! Incorrect Question 99 0 / 1 pts A major architectural development that appeared in Roman architecture was the nave Sorry. "Arch" is the correct answer. pediment
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arch squinch Question 100 1 / 1 pts Artwork made of impermanent found objects is referred to as _____. ephemeral Correct! high-priced junk sculpture classical eternal
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