Pts question 2 dr brekka explains that osullivans

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1 / 1 ptsQuestion 2Dr. Brekka explains that O'Sullivan's work, the Harvest of Death, documents the US civil war--it's an art form associated withreportage, or'reporting'; Brekka compares Harvest of Death to a lithograph by Daumier showing an actual event in which a poor working family wastragically shot to death by authorities. Both images feel like a 'snapshot,' and the new technologies of both lithograph and silverprintphotography allow for wide distribution in multiplesTRUEFALSE
1 / 1 ptsQuestion 3Dr. Brekka explains that Turner's painting the Slave Ship makes a strong political statement in opposition of slavery; here, the artist serves associal commentator. This painting is organized compositionally like a traditional seascape, but hard to 'read' because of Turner's loose,painterly style.
FALSE1 / 1 ptsQuestion 4According to the lectures for this module, Daumier's painting, the Third Class Carriage, features generations of a family displaced by theindustrial revolution, and the figures are shown with dignity. The reason for this, Brekka explains, is that the poor become the focal point ofsocial sympathy. Brekka compares the old woman to earlier depictions of St. Ann in religious art.

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