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42. (Figure 33-16) a. Shen Zhou b. Giuseppe Castiglione c. Guan Daosheng d. Shitao 43. (Figure 33-18) a. Ming b. Qing c. Modern or People's Republic d. Yuan 44. (Figure 33-1) a. Yuan b. Qing c. Song d. Ming 45. (Figure 33-15) a. Joseon b. Yuan c. Qing d. Ming 46. (Figure 33-8) a. Chaozhou b. Chrysanthemum Factory c. Jingdezhen d. Orchard Factory     .
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11. Where is the Taj Mahal? a. Agra b. Bombay c. Madurai d. New Delhi 12. Who commissioned the Taj Mahal? a. Akbar b. Jahangir c. Shah Jahan d. Mumtaz Mahal 13. Monumental tombs are not part of either the Hindu or Buddhist traditions, but have a long history in Islamic architecture. Which of the following describes the architectural design.
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46. (Figure 32-8) a. Great Temple, Madurai b. Wat Mahathat Monastery c. Emerald Temple d. Shwedagon Pagoda 47. (Figure 32-9) a. Taj Mahal b. Emerald Temple c. Victoria Terminus d. Shwedagon Pagoda 48. (Figure 32-2) a. Emerald Temple b. Shwedagon Pagoda c. Qutb Minar d. Victoria Terminus 49. (Figure 32-3) a. Victoria Terminus b. Great Temple, Madurai c. Taj Mahal d. Lotus Mahal 50. (Figure 32-4) a. Bichitr b. Jahangir c. Akbar d. Jaswant.
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1. Marco Polo's travels in China during the Yuan Dynasty resulted from which of the following? a. increased trade between Europe and China b. wanderlust of Marco Polo c. invitation issued from Kublai Khan d. shipwreck along the east coast 2. Many of the Chinese loyal to the former emperor refused to serve the new.
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26. The Great Temple, Madurai has extremely rich ornamentation. Which of the following is the subject matter of this ornamentation? a. life of Buddha b. pantheon of Hindu deities and attendants c. the path to enlightenment d. combined lives of Buddha and Shiva 27. When did the British first arrive in India? a. 16th century b. 17th.
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52. (Figure 33-18) a. Rent Collection Courtyard b. Do Not Get Sick c. I Will Serve d. Retribution of the People 53. (Figure 33-11) a. Yuan b. Ming c. Qing d. Joseon 54. (Figure 33-5) a. Vase of the Eternal Dragon b. Vase of Celestial Prosperity c. Temple Vase d. Palace Vase 55. (Figure 33-20) a. Joseon b. Yuan c. Ming d. Qing 56. (Figure 33-3) a. Yuan b. Joseon c. Qing d. Ming     .
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61. (Figure 32-7A) a. Oil on Canvas b. Acrylic c. Opaque watercolor on paper d. Pastels 62. (Figure 32-5) a. miniature b. illuminated manuscript c. relief d. mural 63. (Figure 32-5A) a. watercolor b. opaque watercolor on paper c. tempera d. opaque watercolor and gold on paper 64. (Figure 32-5) a. Banu b. Tagore c. Anonymous d. Hasan and Manohar     .
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51. (Figure 32-9) a. Mumbai (Bombay) b. Madurai c. Agra d. Bangkok 52. (Figure 32-10) a. Akbar b. Jaswant Singh c. Jahangir d. Bichitr 53. (Figure 32-7) a. Krishna and Radha b. Jahangir and Mumtaz Mahal c. Bichitr and Meera Mukherjee d. Qutb al-Din Aybak and Krishndevaraya 54. (Figure 32-4) a. panel b. canvas c. folio d. wall 55. (Figure 32-6) a. palace b. mausoleum c. shrine d. temple     .
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31. The Portuguese Jesuits presented the Royal Polyglot Bible to whom? a. Jahangir b. Akbar c. Bichitr d. Muhammad 32. The portrait of Jaswant Singh was created in which of the following media? a. wall mural b. oil on canvas c. daguerreotype d. watercolor on paper 33. The vassals of the Khmer of Angkor soon replaced them as the region's.
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21. The worship of Krishna is most closely linked to which of the following? a. Shakyamuni b. Vishnu c. Shiva d. Brahma 22. The Sukhothai artists intended the Walking Buddha to express which of the following sentiments? a. Buddha's beauty and perfection b. Buddha's path to enlightenment c. Buddha's pilgrimage to Thailand d. Buddha's love for Thailand 23. The Emerald.
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16. The harnessing of solar power is one of the central features of ____ architecture. a. deconstructivism b. green c. International style d. environmental 17. The polish artist, Krzysztof Wodiczko developed artworks involving ____. a. found metal objects b. paper and fabric c. the projection of slide images outdoors d. waste products 18. Jenny Holzer's installation at the Guggenheim museum.
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SLIDE IDENTIFICATION Select the response that identifies or corresponds best to the image on the screen. 24. (Figure 31-26) a. Kiki Smith b. Cindy Sherman c. Ana Mendieta d. Faith Ringgold 25. (Figure 31-37) a. Maya Lin b. Jenny Saville c. Tara Donovan d. Rachel Whiteread 26. (Figure 31-14) a. Anselm Kiefer b. David Wojnarowicz c. Leon Golub d. Magdalena Abakanowicz 27. (Figure 31-10) a. Chris Ofili b. Julian.
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SLIDE IDENTIFICATION Select the response that identifies or corresponds best to the image on the screen. 41. (Figure 32-12) a. Vietnam b. India c. Thailand d. Mughal 42. (Figure 32-3) a. Hindu b. Mughal c. Thai d. Burmese 43. (Figure 32-8) a. India b. Burma c. Vietnam d. Thailand 44. (Figure 32-1) a. Shah Jahan b. Akbar c. Jahangir d. Maharaja Jaswant Singh 45. (Figure 32-1) a. Mughal b. Vijayanagara c. Cham d. Thai     .
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11. The architect, ____, was greatly influenced by Kazimir Malevich and his Suprematist theories. a. Zaha Hadid b. Andy Goldsworthy c. Keith Haring d. Norman Foster 12. By placing herself as a spectator of the Last Supper in her Self-Portrait Looking at the Last Supper, Marisol Escobar emphasized the artist as a creator and ____. a..
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56. (Figure 32-1) a. Akbar b. Bichitr c. Meera Mukherjee d. Basawan 57. (Figure 32-11) a. Ashoka at Kalinga b. Akbar in Triumph c. Jaswant Singh d. Qutb al-Din Aybak 58. (Figure 32-4) a. Meera Mukherjee b. Jahangir c. Bichitr d. Basawan and Chatar Muni 59. (Figure 32-2) a. Nayakas b. Vijayanagara c. Mughal d. Thai 60. (Figure 32-15) a. Vietnam b. Burma c. Thailand d. Cambodia     .
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36. The indigenous Cham culture was native to ____? a. South Vietnam b. Myanmar c. central India d. Cambodia 37. India gained independence from the British in what year? a. 1847 b. 1647 c. 1747 d. 1947 38. Who did Bichitr include in a portrait of Jahangir? a. James I of England b. Louis XIV of France c. Peter the Great d. George Washington 39..
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29. (Figure 31-41) a. Kimo Tsuchya b. David Hammons c. Richard Serra d. Christo 30. (Figure 31-33) a. Ieoh Ming Pei b. Frank Gehry c. Günter Behnisch d. Renzo Piano 31. (Figure 31-35) a. Spain b. Paris c. Weil-am-Rhein d. New Calcedonia 32. (Figure 31-3) a. color photograph b. C-print c. gelatin silver print d. acrylic and oil paint stick 33. (Figure 31-8) a. Mapplethorpe b. Basquiat c. Arbus d. Saint-Phalle     .
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6. The work of ____ deals with the issue of who "controls the body". a. Judy Chicago b. Kiki Smith c. Jeff Koons d. Faith Ringgold 7. A good example of Postmodernist architecture is ____. a. Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao b. Guggenheim Museum, New York c. Notre Dame du Haut, Ronchamp d. Seagram Building, New York 8. How does the architecture.
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20. Which artist revealed the racism embedded in received cultural heritage through his work selecting dynamic found objects and by encouraging viewer interaction? a. Jeff Koons b. Leon Golub c. David Hammons d. Paa Joe 21. ____ is an example of High-Tech architecture? a. Guggenheim Bilbao Museo b. Tijbaou Cultural Centre c. Grand Louvre Pyramide d. Hong Kong and.
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13. The painting Auspicious Objects by Giuseppe Castiglione (Lang Shining) is a birthday tribute to the emperor. What elements in this work make it a birthday tribute? 14. What group invaded China in the fourteenth century, and what influence did their invasion have on the art? 15. How does the layout of.
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47. (Figure 33-18) a. Ye Yushan b. Song Su-Nam c. Shitao d. Wu Shu 48. (Figure 33-16) a. stoneware b. celadon c. porcelain d. stoneware 49. (Figure 33-19) a. Suzhou b. Seoul c. Beijing d. Hangzhou 50. (Figure 33-15) a. Yuan Dynasty b. Qing Dynasty c. Joseon Dynasty d. People's Republic or Modern Period 51. (Figure 33-15) a. Dong Qichang b. Xu Bing c. Wen Shu d. Shitao     .
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34. (Figure 31-1) a. Tambo b. Perilous Order c. Trade d. Cremaster Cycle 35. (Figure 31-11) a. Chris Ofili b. David Hammons c. Hans Haacke d. Cliff Whiting 36. (Figure 31-19) a. Dye coupler print b. Gelatin silver print c. photograph d. offset print 37. (Figure 31-31) a. Deconstructivism b. High-Tech Architecture c. Green Architecture d. Suprematism     .
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57. (Figure 33-20) a. Lingering Garden b. Geumgangsan Mountains c. Domestic Garden d. Cloud-Capped Spirit 58. (Figure 33-1A) a. Qing b. Joseon c. Yuan d. Ming 59. (Figure 33-12A) a. Qing b. Joseon c. Yuan d. Ming 60. (Figure 33-20) a. Qing b. Joseon c. Yuan d. Ming     .
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