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Chapter 13: Modern, Post-Modern, Pluralistic World 1. According to the text, the terms pluralism and ethnocentrism are synonymous. a. True b. False According to Paula Gunn Allen, most Native Americans suffer from "land sickness." a. True b. False For the
Chapter 12: Age of Industry 1. In comparing the works of Hokusai and Hiroshige, both artists make use of deep space through linear perspective. a. True b. False The Kota tribe guardian figure exhibits which of the following characteristics? a. Anatomical
Chapter 11 1. Which of the following represents a fundamental quality of Renaissance painting? a. Frenetic composition b. Deep space c. Open composition d. All of the above Masaccio's The Tribute Money puts each character in the archaic linear stance. a.
Chapter 10: Pre-Modern World
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1. Fifth-century Athenian painting of the Classical style demonstrates which of the following? a. Naturalism b. Emotionalism c. Formal design d. 2. All of the above
Polyclitus's canon refers to what? a. A weapon
Chapter 9: Ancient Approaches 1. The earliest known sculpture dates from the period of approximately what date? a. b. c. d. 2. 50,000 B.C.E. 45,000 B.C.E. 40,000 B.C.E. 30,000 B.C.E.
Venus figures have been found in which of the following locations? a. b.
Chapter 7: Dance 1. Dance appears to have sprung from which of the following human needs? a. Religious needs b. Psychological needs c. Aesthetic needs d. None of the above A body of group dances performed to traditional music is called which of the follow
Chapter 5: Theatre 1. In the theatre, types of plays such as tragedies and comedies, are called which of the following? a. Conventions b. Genres c. Dynamics d. None of the above The characteristics of tragedy have not changed from the 5th century B.C.E. t
Chapter 4: Music and Opera 1. Which of the following would be defined as a polyphonic composition based on one main theme or subject? a. Sonata b. Concerto c. Fugue d. Cantata 2. Which of the following would be defined as a composition for solo instrument
Chapter 3: Architecture 1. Which of the following is not a structural system? a. Post-and-lintel b. Cantilever c. Arch d. Suspension Which of the following is a structural system that consists of horizontal beams and vertical supports? a. Post-and-lintel
Chapter 2: Sculpture 1. All sculpture is three-dimensional. a. True b. False 2. Freestanding sculptural works are called which of the following? a. Linear b. Sculptural c. Full round d. Relief 3. Sculpture designed to be seen from one side only is called
Chapter 1: Two Dimensional Art 1. Which of the following is a painting medium that is transparent and must be worked wet? a. Oil b. Watercolor c. Gouache d. Tempera 2. Oils, perhaps the most popular of the painting media, were developed near the end of wh