Basic hues from which all others can be mixed

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basic hues from which all others can be mixed Question 15 1 / 1 pts A work of art can be judged from very different points of view. True Correct!
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False Question 16 1 / 1 pts Rhythm in art can be compared with rhythm in music. True Correct! False Question 17 1 / 1 pts The principle of repetition works because our brains prefer order to chaos. True Correct! False Question 18 1 / 1 pts Ludwig Hohlwein's poster is an example of:
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propaganda Correct. portraiture spiritual purpose individualism Question 19 1 / 1 pts The Futurists were most interested in capturing a single moment in time in a static image. True False Correct! Question 20 1 / 1 pts A naive artist is someone who has never been formally trained in the techniques of art. True Correct! False
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Question 21 1 / 1 pts When two-dimensional images are made to look three-dimensional it is called abstraction surrealism illusion Correct! stylization Question 22 1 / 1 pts The first purpose of the applied arts is to serve some useful function Correct. enable the artist to get a job create artworks for museums maintain traditional art forms Question 23 1 / 1 pts Some artists cannot easily explain why they create art. For them, it is _____.
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a constant battle an inner calling Correct! a nightmare just a job Question 24 1 / 1 pts Overlapping is a way of suggesting three-dimensional space. True Correct! False Question 25 1 / 1 pts Real-world objects taken from trash heaps and used in art are called treasures
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life's waste found objects Correct. land art Question 26 1 / 1 pts In art the term "scale" refers to relative size Correct. the weight of a sculpture the texture of surface the range of colors used Question 27 1 / 1 pts All works of art have a focal point. True False
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Correct! Question 28 1 / 1 pts Edward Steichen's photograph Rodin: The Thinker is a good example of the use of: reflections texture bronze casting value and contrast <font size="2" face="Arial">Correct!</font> Question 29 1 / 1 pts An artist who uses abstraction as an approach is using mathematical formulas to figure out composition extracting the essence of the real object Correct. faithfully representing the physical appearance of an object painting on a very small scale Question 30
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1 / 1 pts Rhythm can be achieved by using shape or form color line all of the above Correct! Question 31 1 / 1 pts In Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper , Christ is the most important figure, and his place in the composition is as the: center of gravity horizon line focal point Correct! keystone Question 32 1 / 1 pts In the formalist approach the chief emphasis to judging quality in art is on _____.
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attending high-quality art auctions following the rules set forth by the Academy being a recognized art critic how the artist manipulates elements of design Correct! Question 33 1 / 1 pts Rhythm in art is created by patterns that are set up through use of black and white size and shape repetition and variety Correct!
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