Info
Warning
Danger

Art and Architecture Expert Answers, Study Resources & Learning Aids

Our massive collection of art and architecture solutions to homework, assignments and comprehensive learning aids like art and architecture flashcards and textbook guides can be the best companion you will ever have for your college.

Ask an Expert

Our Experts can answer your tough homework and study questions.

Answers in as fast as 15 minutes
Post a Question
20. The profusion of sexually amorous couples in Indian art indicates which of the following. a. wanton behavior and lack of discipline b. an effort to dispel negative associations with sexuality c. return to the "old ways" d. spiritual favor and prosperity 21. Theravada Buddhism continues in which of the following countries? a. Sri Lanka b. China c..
3 Views
View Answer
47. (Figure 16-1) a. mural b. robe c. funeral banner d. vertical scroll 48. (Figure 16-2) a. Southern Song b. Neolithic c. Shang d. Tang 49. (Figure 16-26) a. Silla Kingdom b. Koryo Period c. Paekche Kingdom d. Tang 50. (Figure 16-13) a. Shang Dynasty b. Qin Dynasty c. Tang Dynasty d. Northern Wei Dynasty (Period of Disunity) 51. (Figure 16-14) a. Dunhuang b. Sokkuram c. Longmen d. Mount Wutai     .
3 Views
View Answer
1. The Yangshao Culture is recognized for its ____. a. bronzes b. pottery c. lacquer ware d. calligraphy 2. During the 1928 excavations at Anyang, fragmentary records and a large number of goods were discovered which provided information regarding their rulers. Included among the discoveries were pounded earthen walls that provided protection for the city..
3 Views
View Answer
SLIDE IDENTIFICATION Select the response that identifies or corresponds best to the image on the screen. 24. (Figure 15-7) a. Ajanta b. Sarnath c. Sanchi d. Mamallapuram 25. (Figure 15-27) a. Shiva b. Vishnu c. Bodhisattva d. Shakyamuni 26. (Figure 15-29) a. Khajuraho b. Angkor Wat c. Mamallapuram d. Borobudur 27. (Figure 15-8A) a. chaitya b. torana c. mandala d. mandapa 28. (Figure 15-9) a. chaitya hall b. torana c. mudra d. yakshi     .
3 Views
View Answer
37. (Figure 16-12) a. Gu Kaizhi b. Ma Yuan c. Fan Kuan d. Huizong 38. (Figure 16-28) a. Song b. Tang c. Great Silla d. Koryo 39. (Figure 16-26) a. Qin b. Tang c. Southern Song d. Northern Song 40. (Figure 16-25) a. Liang Kai b. Ma Yuan c. Zhou Jichang d. Fan Kuan 41. (Figure 16-18) a. Tang b. Northern Song c. Qin d. Shang     .
4 Views
View Answer
SLIDE IDENTIFICATION Select the response that identifies or corresponds best to the image on the screen. 32. (Figure 16-3) a. Shang b. Qin c. Han d. Tang 33. (Figure 16-29) a. Koryo dynasty b. Great Silla dynasty c. Paekche Kingdom d. Yi dynasty 34. (Figure 16-15) a. Shakyamuni b. Guanyin c. Amitabha d. Harihara 35. (Figure 16-24) a. Southern Song b. Han c. Northern Song d. Tang 36. (Figure 16-5) a. bronze b. jade c..
4 Views
View Answer
16. One explanation for the sexually explicit images at Khajuraho relates them to which of the following? a. fertility and the propagation of life b. Greco-Roman influences c. Buddhist practices d. Khmer influences 17. For more than four centuries successive Khmer kings worked on the grand complex of temples and palaces at this site, and.
3 Views
View Answer
11. The leading philosophy that flourished during the Southern Song period was a blend of traditional Chinese thought and selected Buddhist concepts. What was this philosophy called? a. Neo-Chanism b. Neo-Buddhism c. Neo-Daoism d. Neo-Confucianism 12. Chan Buddhism gained gradual importance under the Song emperors. The basic tenet of this school is the cultivation of.
4 Views
View Answer
42. (Figure 16-23) a. Northern Song b. Tang c. Qin d. Southern Song 43. (Figure 16-22) a. Sanchi Stupa b. Sokkuram Pagoda c. Foguang Si Pagoda d. Dunhuang Pagoda 44. (Figure 16-12) a. Lady Feng and the Bear b. Shi Huangdi and the Fairy c. Princess Yongtai and her Ladies d. Emperor Huizong and the Cranes 45. (Figure 16-7) a. Qin Family Shrine b. Wu Family Shrine c..
3 Views
View Answer
40. (Figure 17-2) a. bronze b. wood c. clay d. lacquer 41. (Figure 17-7) a. Kondo, Yakushiji b. Ise Shrine c. Phoenix Hall, Byodoin d. Kondo, Horyuji 42. (Figure 17-11) a. Asuka b. Nara c. Kamakura d. Heian 43. (Figure 17-13) a. Nara b. Late Heian c. Kamakura d. Jomon 44. (Figure 17-3) a. Jomon b. Kofun c. Yayoi d. Haniwa     .
4 Views
View Answer
16. It can be said that China's neighbors owe an immense debt to China; however which country provided the link between China and Japan? a. Mongolia b. Siberia c. India d. Korea 17. Bronze ritual vessels were most characteristic of the artistic expression of which period? a. Shang b. Song c. Tang d. Six Dynasties 18. In addition to his.
4 Views
View Answer
21. Impressive celadon ceramics were developed during which of the following periods? a. the Great Silla dynasty b. the Koryo dynasty c. the Yi dynasty d. the Paekche kingdom 22. The Chinese interest in landscape painting was most strongly influenced by which of the following? a. Daoist harmony with nature and poetic themes b. Confucius's dictum that.
4 Views
View Answer
1. The earliest distinct culture to develop in Japan was ____. a. Nara b. Late Heian c. Yayoi d. Jomon 2. In the Yayoi period there was increased interaction with ____ and ____. a. China and India b. China and Korea c. Korea and India d. India and Tibet 3. The tumuli of the Kofun recall the earlier burial mounds.
4 Views
View Answer
49. (Figure 17-15) a. Legends of Mount Shigi b. Tale of Genji c. Night Attack on Sanjo Palace d. Taizokai (Womb World) 50. (Figure 17-13A) a. Kamakura b. Heian c. Asuka d. Nara 51. (Figure 17-17A) a. brass b. bronze c. gilded wood d. painted wood 52. (Figure 17-13A) a. Ishiyama-gojo b. Tale of Genji c. Ishiyama-gire d. Benda-ho 53. (Figure 17-17) a. Fujiwara b. Unkei c. Kosho d. Jocho     .
4 Views
View Answer
34. (Figure 15-19) a. Temple of Shiva b. Temple of Devi c. Temple of Vishnu d. Temple of Durga 35. (Figure 15-28) a. Buddha b. Vishnu c. Shiva d. Harihara 36. (Figure 15-29) a. Sri Lanka b. Java c. Cambodia d. Angkor Wat 37. (Figure 15-33) a. King Suryavarman II b. Prince Siddhartha c. Ashoka d. Buddha 38. (Figure 15-3) a. Angkor Wat b. Sarnath c. Mohenjo-daro d. Sanchi     .
3 Views
View Answer
45. (Figure 17-12) a. handscroll b. screen c. woodcut d. hanging scroll 46. (Figure 17-8) a. Yakushi Triad b. Amida Triad c. Shaka Triad d. Tachibana Triad 47. (Figure 17-3) a. clay b. bronze c. wood d. lacquer 48. (Figure 17-5) a. Emperor Nintoku b. Shunjobo Chogen c. haniwa d. dotaku     .
4 Views
View Answer
52. (Figure 16-21A) a. Tang dynasty b. Liao dynasty c. Northern Wei dynasty d. Sui dynasty 53. (Figure 16-13B) a. gilt bronze b. gold c. brass d. painted wood 54. (Figure 16-6A) a. Bodhisattva b. artichoke c. altarpiece d. incense burner 55. (Figure 16-26) a. Han dynasty b. Three Kingdoms period c. Sui dynasty d. Liao dynasty 56. (Figure 16-23A) a. Four Views from a Thatched Hut b. Earth, Sea and Sky c..
3 Views
View Answer
29. (Figure 15-14) a. Ramayana b. Bodhisattva c. Disappointed Mistress d. Shiva Mahadeva 30. (Figure 15-34) a. Bayon, Angkor Thom b. Stupa, Borobudur c. Vishvanatha Temple, Khajuraho d. rock-cut temple 31. (Figure 15-3) a. Mohenjo-daro b. Sanchi c. Harappa d. Deogarh 32. (Figure 15-13) a. First Sermon b. Wheel of the Law c. Birth of Buddha d. Moment of Enlightenment 33. (Figure 15-18) a. Vishnu b. Ganesha c. Shiva as Mahadeva d. Buddha     .
3 Views
View Answer
11. Which of the following was the unifying characteristic of the regional dynasties of South Asia in the third through first centuries BCE? a. patronage of Shiva b. patronage of Vishnu c. patronage of Buddhism d. patronage of Devi 12. A yakshi is the personification for which of the following? a. Fertility and vegetation b. War and.
3 Views
View Answer
26. Korean pottery of the twelfth century was recognized worldwide and highly sought, which of the following is that pottery? a. cizhou ware b. stoneware c. celadon ware d. earthenware 27. Which of the following is most characteristic of the paintings of the northern Song artist Fan Kuan? a. no landscapes b. shifting perspective c. massive human figures d..
4 Views
View Answer

Can't find what you're looking for ?

Ask our exprts a study questions, on us.
Get free Homework Help*