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Match the characteristics of art with their correct period: 1. Paleolithic A. arched eyebrows; cylindrical bodies; large eyes 2. Neolithic E. flongated bodies and body parts; stretched out 3. Egyptian G. return to dassica] ideals; symmetry is key cl. Amarna I}. ornate, rich, lavish decorations; 'Iirompe l’oiel painted
ilhrsions 5. Sumerian E. usually mundane and palace life scenes; a—symmetrical E. Assyrianffllrlradian F. discipline and order are focus; moral themes '5'. Middle Ages _ G. emphasis on women and children; supernatural and
occult themes 3. Christian H. everyday people doing ordinary things; world as it really
is 9. Islamic _ I. no sharp edges; minimal defined lines; intense color 1!}. Gothic J . application of paint of canvas for its creative ability 11. Romanesque K. pointed arches; stained glass; rose windows; light and
any 12. Realism L. geometric patterns; no icons; use of water as power 13. Impressionism M. practical is key; use of arch; inside is beautiful not outside
14. Post—Impressionism bl. exaggerated outlines; deformed heads and bodies
15. Neo—Glassica] G. canon of proportions is strict; eyes, head feet in
profile 1E. Romantic P. golden mean as perfect measurement; contrapposto;
man is the measure of all things 1?. Baroque Q. portrayal of violence; king or warriors are the focus lll. Rococo R. dramatic, erotic, passionate, emotional 15}. Renaissance S. rounded arches; thidc walls, small windows Ell. Roman T. focus on natural world; small portable sculptures 21. Classical Greece U. focus on spiritual world; invention of architecture; humans more frequently portrayed
22. Hellenistic Greece _ V. decayed style; faulty proportions; focus on
23. Mannerism W. religious themes are the focus; decay in style; basilica is main form of building

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