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43. (Figure 22-6) a. pen and ink b. charcoal c. conte crayon d. pastel 44. (Figure 22-15) a. Tomb of Alexander VII b. Tomb of Julius II c. Tomb of Paul III d. Tomb of John Paul II 45. (Figure 22-16) a. Tomb of Julius II b. Tomb of Lorenzo de'Medici c. Tomb of Giuliano de'Medici d. Tomb of Michelangelo 46. (Figure 22-7) a. Raphael b. Leonardo c..
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48. (Figure 22-46) a. Bronzino b. da Bologna c. Michelangelo d. Pontormo 49. (Figure 22-3) a. Leonardo b. Michelangelo c. Raphael d. Giorgione 50. (Figure 22-23) a. Michelangelo b. della Porta c. Caradosso d. Vignola 51. (Figure 22-6A) a. Leonardo b. Michelangelo c. Raphael d. Giorgione     .
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SLIDE IDENTIFICATION Select the response that identifies or corresponds best to the image on the screen. 30. (Figure 20-8) a. Hans Memling b. Hugo van der Goes c. Jan van Eyck d. Rogier van der Weyden 31. (Figure 20-3) a. Isenheim Altarpiece closed b. Ghent Altarpiece closed c. Ghent Altarpiece open d. Champmol de Retable 32. (Figure 20-13) a. Mérode Altarpiece b. Ghent Altarpiece c..
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1. Leonardo painted the Virgin of the Rocks, and it is said this work is a masterpiece in expressing emotional states. He modeled the figures with light and shadow-- a technique he learned from earlier works. Which 15th century Italian artist would have influenced Leonardo? a. Piero della Francesca b. Fra Angelico c..
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42. (Figure 21-36) a. Pazzi Chapel b. Ospedale degli Innocenti c. Santo Spirito d. Santa Maria delle Carceri 43. (Figure 21-17) a. Leonardo Bruni b. Gattamelata c. Colleoni d. Pippo Spano 44. (Figure 21-49) a. Sacra conversazione b. di sotto in sù c. chiaroscuro d. entablature 45. (Figure 21-5) a. St. Mark b. David c. St. Sebastian d. St. James 46. (Figure 21-4) a. Donatello b. Nanni di Banco c. Verrocchio d. Pollaiuolo     .
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SHORT ANSWER 1. In Castagno's Last Supper, where does Judas appear and why? 2. Who was Erasmo da Narni, and what was his nickname? Explain its significance. 3. The Ruccellai family commissioned a new facade for Santa Maria Novella a thirteenth century Florentine church. Why is the façade significant?     .
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1. In 1401 an important competition was held to determine the design of the Baptistery doors for the Cathedral of Florence. Even at this early date Renaissance traits were evident. Which of the following is one of those traits? a. adherence to the 14th century frame b. a new pictorial illusionism c. maintaining.
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47. (Figure 21-29A) a. Mantegna b. Perugino c. Signorelli d. Botticelli 48. (Figure 21-15) a. Rossellino b. Desiderio c. Verrocchio d. Donatello 49. (Figure 21-49A) a. Ghirlandaio b. Perugino c. Mantegna d. Botticelli 50. (Figure 21-37A) a. Rome b. Florence c. Venice d. Pisa 51. (Figure 21-41A) a. Piero Della Francesca b. Melozzo Da Forli c. Ghirlandaio d. Botticelli     .
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52. (Figure 22-8A) a. Andrea del Sarto b. Leonardo da Vinci c. Giorgione d. Giovanni Bellini 53. (Figure 22-30A) a. Bramante b. Palladio c. Michelangelo d. Sansovino 54. (Figure 22-26A) a. Bramante b. Palladio c. Michelangelo d. Sansovino 55. (Figure 22-54A) a. Last Judgment b. Fall of the Giants c. Creation of Adam d. Fall of the Rebel Angels     .
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16. Which of the following architects wrote influential treatises on painting and architecture? a. Brunelleschi b. Michelozzo c. Alberti d. Vitruvius 17. Which of the following was the Dominican painter-friar who combined elements of the new style of art with traditional religious devotional works that did not conflict with the content of the works? a. Piero.
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5. What is the Carthusian order? 6. What does the Ghent Altarpiece celebrate? 7. What developments occurred in the fifteenth century which had a dramatic impact on artistic production? 1) increased use of oils in Flanders which spread to other countries, 2) maturation of manuscript illumination, and 3) invention of moveable type in.
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26. Which of the following episode from Christ's life was NOT included in Jan van Eyck's Ghent Altarpiece? a. Adam and Eve b. God the Father c. Deposition d. Adoration of the Lamb 27. In Riemenschneider's Assumption of the Virgin, the artist had successfully incorporated which of the following elements? a. Italian illusionism b. Byzantine spirituality c. Roman.
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16. Who was the noble patron who commissioned Les Très Riches Heures? a. Philip the Good b. Giovanni Arnolfini c. Tommaso Portinari d. Jean, Duke of Berry 17. Which of the following was Philip the Bold of Burgundy's most significant commission? a. Chartreuse de Champmol b. Les Très Riches Heures c. Ghent Altarpiece d. Portinari Altarpiece 18. The Nuremberg Chronicle.
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37. (Figure 21-10) a. Donatello b. Ghiberti c. Brunelleschi d. Pollaiuolo 38. (Figure 21-30A) a. Alberti b. Ghiberti c. Brunelleschi d. Michelozzo 39. (Figure 21-41) a. Mantegna b. Perugino c. Signorelli d. Botticelli 40. (Figure 21-12) a. Rossellino b. Desiderio c. Verrocchio d. Donatello 41. (Figure 21-37) a. Brunelleschi b. Michelozzo c. Alberti d. Sangallo     .
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26. Which of the following artists departed from the rule of frontality that dominated sculpture since the Middle Ages? a. Piero della Francesca b. Paolo Uccello c. Pollaiuolo d. Andrea del Castagno 27. The Classical principle of contrapposto, or weight shift, was reintroduced into Western art by the sculptor ____. a. Ghiberti b. Verrocchio c. Pollaiuolo d. Donatello 28. The.
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6. Which of the following artists actively collected Classical sculpture? a. Nanni di Banco b. Ghiberti c. Brunelleschi d. Gentile da Fabriano 7. Which of the following works represented the beginning of the process of separating architectural sculpture from its architectural setting or niche? a. Bronze doors, Baptistery, Florence Cathedral b. Portal South Transept, Chartres Cathedral c. 13th.
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11. Which of the following is a manifestation of the commitment to private prayer? a. a Book of Hours b. a small Altarpiece c. the construction of small chapels in the city cathedral d. an illuminated Psalter 12. Enhancing its meaning, the Portinari Altarpiece contains small scenes, such as ____, in the background. a. the Arrival.
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21. Sluter's sculptural works can be characterized as ____. a. elegant, using sweeping curvilinear lines b. having little physical movement or weight shift c. typical of the "soft" style d. influenced by the style of Donatello 22. One of the most important trading cities of fifteenth-century Netherlands was ____. a. Dijon b. Bruges c. Basel d. Amsterdam 23. Which of.
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35. (Figure 20-17) a. Deposition b. Melun Diptych c. Ghent Altarpiece d. Mérode Altarpiece 36. (Figure 20-18) a. Rogier van der Weyden b. Stephen Lochner c. Konrad Witz d. Martin Schongauer 37. (Figure 20-20) a. Veit Stoss b. Claus Sluter c. Tilman Riemenschneider d. Gil de Siloé 38. (Figure 20-22) a. manuscript illumination b. etching c. engraving d. woodcut 39. (Figure 20-16) a. January b. October c. December d. May     .
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6. Which of the following was a dynastic symbol of Burgundian power? a. Valois Castle b. Chateau Blanc c. Chartreuse de Champmol d. St. Bavo 7. What does the fountain created by Claus Sluter for the cloister of Chartreuse de Champmol symbolize? a. everlasting Life b. the Well of Moses c. flowing water d. the Dukes of Burgundy 8. The.
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SLIDE IDENTIFICATION Select the response that identifies or corresponds best to the image on the screen. 32. (Figure 21-31) a. Alberti b. Michelozzo c. Lombardo d. Brunelleschi 33. (Figure 21-1) a. Botticelli b. Fra Angelico c. Filippo Lippi d. Castagno 34. (Figure 21-26) a. Mantegna b. Perugino c. Ghirlandaio d. Botticelli 35. (Figure 21-45) a. Mantua b. Rimini c. Florence d. Urbino 36. (Figure 21-2) a. door panel Siena Cathedral b. door panel St..
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21. Which of Brunelleschi's buildings comes the closest to the centralized plan so loved by Renaissance architects? a. Ospedale degli Innocenti b. Palazzo Medici-Riccardi c. Pazzi Chapel d. Santo Spirito 22. Which Italian city played the most important role in the development of Renaissance ideas and art forms in the early fifteenth century? a. Venice b. Florence c..
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