Question 9 1 1 pts dr brekkas lecture on edgar degass

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Question 91 / 1 ptsDr. Brekka's lecture on Edgar Degas's painting The Ballet Class, includes the dark nature of childlabor in the 19th century as well as the 'male gaze'--that is, the young girl presented for visualconsumption by the old man.This is TRUEThis is FALSE
Question 101 / 1 ptsAccording to the lectures for this module, Daumier's painting, the Third Class Carriage, featuresgenerations of a family displaced by the industrial revolution, and the figures are shown withdignity. The reason for this, Brekka explains, is that the poor become the focal point of socialsympathy. Brekka compares the old woman to earlier depictions of St. Ann in religious art.
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Question 121 / 1 ptsIn the lectures for this module, Dr. Brekka explains that Monet's painting, Impression: Sunrise,reflects the cultural period associated with the Industrial Revolution; important here is theattempt to paint the effects of natural light as it shifts throughout the day--that is, the fleetingmoment. The leisure activities of the working class became important subjects during thisperiod, and the beauty of the nature world is contrasted with the factory smoke stacks in thedistance. Such works were criticized by the art elite of the time.
Question 131 / 1 ptsPierre-Auguste Renoir's Le Moulin de la Galette, is best described as a still lifeThis is FALSEThis is TRUE
Question 141 / 1 ptsDr. Brekka explains that Henry Tanner, who painted the Banjo Lesson, was a wealthy white artistwho knew very little about African American family life in the period following theEmancipation. This is why this painting is idealized and 'positive' and denies the horrors ofAmerican slavery.This is TRUE

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