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Question 131 / 1 ptsAs explained in the lectures for this module, Vermeer's painting, the KitchenMaid, is a patriotic work that reflects Dutch culture, religion, agriculture andglobal tradeFalse--this painting is best described as a simple scene of everyday life,known as a 'genre' painting--there is NO political or social meaning hereTrue
Question 141 / 1 ptsThe Taj Mahal is a Muslim mosque
Question 151 / 1 ptsA genre painting is
a painting that references the type of work it is: history, still-life, portrait, etc.
Question 161 / 1 ptsAs explained in the lectures for this module, the Gardens and Tea House,Katsura Detached Palace is best described as a climate-controlled warehouse'storage' building for the tea that was served daily in the palace throneroom
Question 171 / 1 ptsAccording to the required reading for this module, the cast bronzetechnology practiced by the Benin culture of Africa was a closely guardedsecret, which only licensed royal artisans could practiceYes, the reading does say thisNo, the required reading says the Benin borrowed this technique fromEuropeans
Question 181 / 1 ptsA piazza isan Italian palacean Italian plazaQuestion 191 / 1 ptsDr. Brekka explains that the Counter Reformation is a theological campaigndesigned to reunite the fragmented Christian church
Question 201 / 1 ptsAs explained in the lectures for this module, Titian's painting, the VenusUrbino, can be understood within the tradition of Venus paintings as areflection of Italian family culture
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Easterling,DominiqueShayla
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