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49. (Figure 30-35) a. color photograph b. C-print c. gelatin silver print d. acrylic and oil paint stick 50. (Figure 30-26A) a. Mapplethorpe b. Basquiat c. Arbus d. Saint-Phalle 51. (Figure 30-24) a. Post-Painterly Abstraction b. Surrealism c. Abstract Expressionism d. Pop Art 52. (Figure 30-15) a. Superrealism b. Minimalism c. Op Art d. Pop Art     .
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SLIDE IDENTIFICATION Select the response that identifies or corresponds best to the image on the screen. 30. (Figure 30-36) a. Kiki Smith b. Cindy Sherman c. Ana Mendieta d. Faith Ringgold 31. (Figure 30-6) a. Jackson Pollock b. Willem De Kooning c. Mark Rothko d. Barnett Newman 32. (Figure 30-13) a. Frank Stella b. Barnett Newman c. Helen Frankenthaler d. Morris Louis 33. (Figure 30-21) a. Maya Lin b..
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45. (Figure 30-26) a. Claes Oldenburg b. Jean Tinguely c. Jasper Johns d. David Smith 46. (Figure 30-8) a. Pop art b. Minimal Art c. Post-Painterly Abstractionism d. Abstract Expressionism 47. (Figure 30-37) a. Eva Hesse b. Cindy Sherman c. Hannah Wilke d. Louise Nevelson 48. (Figure 30-45) a. New Orleans b. Portland c. New York d. Chicago     .
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21. Which of the following describes the work of Jackson Pollock. a. quiet and intense remaining true to conventional painting b. strictly organized adhering to conventional painting c. colorful remaining true to conventional painting d. significant departure from conventional painting 22. Who was the sculptor who believed that "the only stable thing is movement"? a. Donald.
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21. Which of the Blaue Reiter artists found animals superior to humans as the subject for his art? a. Wassily Kandinsky b. Paul Klee c. Emil Nolde d. Franz Marc 22. Henry Moore's great series of reclining nudes is said to have been inspired by ____. a. an African ancestral figure b. a Chinese figure of Guanyin c..
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31. The work of Ernst Kirchner shows ____. a. the influence of the Pre-Raphaelites b. the influence of Italian Renaissance frescoes c. subjects drawn from the industrialized urban bourgeoisie d. the influence of Analytical Cubism 32. Who is the Surrealist? a. Salvador Dalí b. Jacob Lawrence c. Henri Matisse d. Pablo Picasso 33. The hovering figure that served as a.
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4. What is a "Prairie House"? 5. Picasso said, "Painting is not made to decorate apartments. It is an instrument for offensive and defensive war against the enemy." How did this statement reflect the political nature of artists during this time period, and how did it mirror Picasso's personal politics? 6. How.
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SLIDE IDENTIFICATION Select the response that identifies or corresponds best to the image on the screen. 41. (Figure 29-66a) a. Mondrian b. Gropius c. Moholy-Nagy d. Breuer 42. (Figure 29-11) a. Marc b. Kandinsky c. Klee d. Picasso 43. (Figure 29-26) a. Arp b. Brancusi c. Duchamp d. Lehmbruck 44. (Figure 29-17) a. Picasso b. Delaunay c. Dalí d. Braque 45. (Figure 29-25) a. Cubism b. German Expressionism c. Futurism d. Fauve     .
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16. Which of the following artists was a Berlin Dadaist? a. Hannah Höch b. Barbara Hepworth c. Georgia O'Keeffe d. Frida Kahlo 17. Which of the following artists shared Stieglitz's concern to position photography as an art form with the same fine-art status as painting and sculpture? a. Dorothea Lange b. Georgia O'Keeffe c. Edward Hopper d. Edward Weston 18..
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36. Who photographed the rural poor displaced by the Great Depression in the 1930s? a. Alfred Stieglitz b. Charles Sheeler c. Edward Weston d. Dorothea Lange 37. Who belonged to the Pittura Metafisica movement, which greatly influenced Surrealism? a. Matisse b. Ernst c. De Chirico d. Kandinsky 38. " . . . I believe in the future resolution of the.
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11. Which of the following describes Joseph Beuys purpose for his art? a. It was illuminating the condition of the political classes. b. It was illuminating the condition of women. c. It was illuminating the condition of modern humanity. d. It was illuminating the condition of the homeless. 12. Beuys wanted "to shape our thoughts.
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61. (Figure 29-62) a. fiberglass b. marble c. polished granite d. onyx 62. (Figure 29-77) a. Bourke-White b. Lange c. Stieglitz d. Weston 63. (Figure 29-33) a. Le Corbusier b. Gropius c. Loos d. Mendelssohn 64. (Figure 29-36) a. oil on canvas b. tempera on wood c. acrylic on plastic d. pastel on paper 65. (Figure 29-10) a. Picasso b. Klee c. Schiele d. Modersohn-Becker     .
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46. (Figure 29-41) a. Aaron Douglas b. Charles Demuth c. Jacob Lawrence d. Edward Hopper 47. (Figure 29-9) a. etching b. engraving c. litho d. oil on canvas 48. (Figure 29-74) a. Orozco b. Picasso c. Miro d. Rivera 49. (Figure 29-72) a. oil on canvas b. drawing c. mural d. pastel 50. (Figure 29-70) a. Dorothea Lange b. Edward Hopper c. Jacob Lawrence d. Charles Sheeler     .
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35. (Figure 30-56) a. David Em b. Bruce Nauman c. Joseph Casuth d. Naum June Paik 36. (Figure 30-34) a. Helen Frankenthaler b. Judy Chicago c. Miriam Schapiro d. Ana Mendieta 37. (Figure 30-18) a. Joseph Beuys b. David Hammons c. Donald Judd d. Christo 38. (Figure 30-10) a. Jackson Pollock b. Ellsworth Kelley c. Barnett Newman d. Mark Rothko 39. (Figure 30-12) a. Barnett Newman b. Morris Louis c. Frank Stella d. Willem.
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26. The Chrysler Building by William van Alen has elements from which of the following styles? a. Art Nouveau b. Art Deco c. Cubist d. Fin-de-siècle 27. Symbolism and fantasy were joined to create works filled with visionary joy and despair by which of the following artists? a. Franc Marc b. Marc Chagall c. Frida Kahlo d. Emile Nolde 28..
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7. Alfred Barr's statement, "German artists of spirit and integrity have refused to conform. They have gone into exile or slipped into anxious obscurity. . . Their paintings or sculptures have been hidden or exiled." is referring to what event? How did this "flight" impact the art of the United.
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6. How did museum commissions of performance events neutralize Performance Art? a. The commissions neutralized the purpose of art. b. The commissions made the events mundane. c. The commissions neutralized the subversiveness. d. The commissions nullified Performance Art. 7. How did Allan Kaprow view art? a. He had no views whatsoever. b. He viewed it as an.
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1. Performance Art can be described as movements, gestures and sounds of persons communicating. Which of the following describes the focus of Performance Art? a. It imitates live theater. b. It is a commentary on contemporary art. c. It replaces physical objects. d. It is purposefully confusing the audience. 2. What is the evidence of.
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6. Which of the following artists created a modern American art style combining Synthetic Cubism with jazz tempos and his perception of the fast-paced American culture? a. Marsden Hartley b. Charles Demuth c. Georgia O'Keeffe d. Stuart Davis 7. What style is described as compositions of shapes and forms abstracted from the conventionally conceived world? a..
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1. Chris Ofili explores traditional themes and approaches with cross-cultural eyes. Which of the following describes his work? a. It raises issues of social awareness. b. It is de-constructing racist sentiment. c. It is expressionistic in nature. d. It is political in nature. 2. Barbara Kruger's work takes on the slick design of contemporary advertising..
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51. (Figure 29-63) a. Boccioni b. Moore c. Tatlin d. Gonzalez 52. (Figure 29-59) a. Klee b. Matisse c. Kandinsky d. Ernst 53. (Figure 29-60) a. Arp b. Schwitters c. Mondrian d. Severini 54. (Figure 29-6) a. Picasso b. Derain c. Nolde d. Kirchner 55. (Figure 29-69) a. Jacob Lawrence b. Ben Shahn c. Edward Hopper d. Charles Sheeler     .
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11. What message is portrayed in Edward Hopper's Nighthawks? a. the pervasive loneliness of modern humans b. the seediness of city life c. the energetic rhythm of city life d. the cosmopolitan atmosphere of big city life 12. Thomas Hart Benton, a Regionalist artist, focused his attention on which of the following subjects? a. Times Square,.
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26. Pop Art, and art that utilized the techniques of advertising, industrial design, and Hollywood movies were at their heights during which of the following decades? a. 1950s b. 1960s c. 1970s d. 1980s 27. John Cage encouraged his students to link their art to which of the following? a. life b. music c. a collaborator d. poetry 28. Cindy.
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56. (Figure 29-76A) a. Walter Gropius b. Ludwig Mies van der Rohe c. Le Corbusier d. Marcel Breuer 57. (Figure 29-76) a. Alfred Stieglitz b. Edward Weston c. Dorothea Lange d. Max Ernst 58. (Figure 29-4) a. André Derain b. Henri Matisse c. Pablo Picasso d. Georges Rouault 59. (Figure 29-8) a. Matisse b. Kandinsky c. Marc d. Kirchner 60. (Figure 29-16) a. Suprematism b. Analytic Cubism c. Futurism d. Synthetic Cubism     .
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40. (Figure 30-20) a. Donald Judd b. Eva Hesse c. Louise Bourgeois d. Robert Smithson 41. (Figure 30-52) a. Jean Tinguely b. Joseph Beuys c. Judy Chicago d. Jasper Johns 42. (Figure 30-17) a. Tony Smith b. Louise Nevelson c. Louise Bourgeois d. David Smith 43. (Figure 30-55) a. Bruce Nauman b. Jasper Johns c. Robert Rauschenberg d. Roy Lichtenstein 44. (Figure 30-39) a. Robert Venturi b. Frank Gehry c. Michael Graves d. Richard.
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