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C. actually moved. D. emphasized figures and subject matter in strong action. Jackson Pollock. Number 1, 1949 !FT3. Pollock was the model Abstract Expressionist who employed a ___________ by casting paint from a brush with controlled gestures, or dripping paint from stick. A. "traced the actions of the painter" B. "mechanical actions" C. "drip technique" D. "strong action" Willem de Kooning. Woman IV. 4. The Women series of paintings by Willem de Kooning caused a stir in the art world. They were _______________. A. loved by the public but reviled by critics. B. seen as shocking and brutal. C. seen as powerless, cool, and intellectual. D. provocative because of their high realism. ?????????? Orange and Yellow 5. ________________ reduced imagery to a large "field" or area of color. His oil on canvas Orange and Yellow , as well as other paintings, has a meditative tranquility that draws in the viewer and invites contemplation. A. Robert Rauschenberg B. Jasper Johns C. Willem De Kooning D. Mark Rothko ????????????. Winter Pool .
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6. A Neo-Dada artist who made art from "found" materials and images and named his new art form "combine paintings" is ________________. A. John Cage. B. Allan Kaprow. C. Jasper Johns. D. Robert Rauschenberg. 7. Jasper Johns chose familiar images for his subject matter so that he could then concentrate on all of the following EXCEPT ________________. A. the psychological use of color. B. paradoxes. C. the ability to reproduce an image. D. the relationship between image and object. E. the impact of symbols. 8. Allan Kaprow took art in a new direction with "happenings." His primary claim was that ____________________. A. art should concentrate on its basic forms of sculpture and painting. B. art should be a permanent physical record of an event. C. American art was not meeting the desires of the general public. D. art was most like life itself. Roy Lichtenstein. Blam . !FT9. Roy Lichtenstein often based his imagery on the ________________________. A. figure B. Bible. C. work of earlier artists. D. comic book. !FT10. Photorealism refers to _______________. A. a movement in art that rejects the camera as a viable art tool. B. a movement in photography that explores various levels of representation. C. a movement in painting that explores the way a camera "sees." D. a movement that involves documentation in film 11. Minimalism, a trend that coexisted with Pop, emphasized a continuation of the exploration of nonrepresentation and the idea that a painting or sculpture is primarily _____________________. A. an expression of the energy and vitality of the artist's mark. B. an expression of the sublime nature of reality. C. a physical object. D. a statement of the artist's psyche.
Eva Hesse. Contingent . !FT12. Eva Hesse's Contingent is an example of ________________ . In this type of art the meaning of a work embraced what it was made of and how it was made. A. conceptual art. B. surrealism. C. Process art. D. realism. !FT13. A new art form known as "installation" ________________________. A. has again flattened the art object to two dimensions. B. creates an environment for the viewer to enter and experience.

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