Pts question 8 as explained in the lectures for this

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1 / 1 pts Question 8 As explained in the lectures for this module, both Caravaggio's painting, the Conversion of St. Paul, as well as Artemisia Gentileschi's painting, Judith and Maidservant, reflect Italian Baroque artistic elements including strict balance, symmetry, geometric harmony and natural lighting False True
1 / 1 pts Question 9 As explained in the lectures for this module, Bernini's design for St. Peter's Piazza, as well as his statue of David, both reflect dramatic movement and sculptural concerns associated with the Counter-Reformation and Italian Baroque artistic period
10/26/2018 MODULE 7 QUIZ: ARH2000: Art Apprec: Diversity + Global, Fall 2018 False--these are both Renaissance works that were commissioned by leaders of the Protestant Reformation 1 / 1 pts Question 10 Chiaroscuro is
5/8 1 / 1 pts Question 12 As explained in the lectures for this module, both Velazquez's painting, Las Meninas, as well as the painting titled the Virgin of Carmel, can both be associated with the Spanish government
1 / 1 pts Question 11 As explained in the lectures for this module, the following three paintings: Judith Leyster's self-portrait, Rembrant's self-portrait, and Rembrandt's the Nightwatch, are best known for NOT including any portraits of living persons. They are all best described as figure studies.
10/26/2018 MODULE 7 QUIZ: ARH2000: Art Apprec: Diversity + Global, Fall 2018 True False--the Virgin of Carmel is from South America and is therefore not associated in any way with the Spanish government
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