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SLIDE IDENTIFICATION Select the response that identifies or corresponds best to the image on the screen. 34. (Figure 23-17) a. Pieter Bruegel b. Caterina van Hemessen c. Pieter Aertsen d. Mabuse 35. (Figure 23-12) a. Holbein b. Dürer c. Jean Clouet d. Mabuse 36. (Figure 23-20) a. Altdorfer b. Massys c. Bruegel d. Patinir 37. (Figure 23-7) a. Four Apostles b. Four Rulers c. Church Fathers d. Four Saints 38. (Figure 23-4A) a..
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21. In Leonardo's Last Supper, the numerous preparatory sketches and studies he made for the work indicate how carefully he thought about this work as a complete entity representing the entire story and its theme. Based on this which of the following would describe Leonardo's conceptualization of the figures from.
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26. Which of the following artists specialized in portraiture? a. Grünewald b. Hans Holbein c. Altdorfer d. Pieter Bruegel 27. Spain in the sixteenth century supported which of the following? a. the Anabaptists b. Martin Luther c. the Counter-Reformation d. John Calvin 28. Which of the following was not included in Grünewald's Isenheim Altarpiece? a. God the Father b. Lamentation c. Entombment d. Crucifixion 29..
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11. Michelangelo's fascination with the human body was a lifelong pursuit. In his David he presented a perfect body with an attuned mind, prepared and ready for action. Which of the following descriptions of this work would support this statement? a. It is a combination of Greek perfection and psychological insight. b..
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21. Which artist that did a series of six paintings showing seasonal changes? a. Bosch b. Grünewald c. Pieter Bruegel d. Jan Gossaert 22. Who said "Depart not from nature according to your fancy, imagining to find aught better by yourself?" a. Holbein b. Cranach the Elder c. Mabuse d. Dürer 23. In his diary Albrecht Dürer described Joachim Patinir.
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15. Which of the following were among the founding members of the Bolognese Academy of Art? a. the Farnese b. the Caravaggisti c. Fra Andrea Pozzo d. the Carracci 16. José de Ribera was most strongly influenced by the work of which of the following artists? a. Annibale Carracci b. Caravaggio c. Guido Reni d. Bernini 17. Which of the.
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16. Who was Raphael's teacher? a. Bronzino b. Andrea del Sarto c. Perugino d. Signorelli 17. The dome Bramante designed for St. Peter's in Rome would have resembled which of the following? a. Pantheon, Rome b. Hagia Sophia, Constantinople (Istanbul) c. Florence Cathedral d. St. Mark's, Venice 18. Of the following, who was one of the most important Roman patrons.
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24. (Figure 24-26) a. Velazquez b. Zurburan c. Ribera d. Pozzo 25. (Figure 24-4A) a. Bernini b. Guarini c. Maderno d. Borromini 26. (Figure 24-14) a. Bernini b. Guarini c. Maderno d. Borromini 27. (Figure 24-18A) a. Pozzo b. Cortona c. Caravaggio d. Carracci 28. (Figure 24-25A) a. Gentileschi b. Murillo c. Caravaggio d. Carracci 29. (Figure 24-28A) a. Murillo b. Cotan c. Caravaggio d. Velazquez     .
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6. One of the distinctive qualities of Francesco Borromini's architecture, visible in the façade of San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane, is ____. a. the wave-like movement created by concave and convex lines b. its similarity to Greek temple design c. the smooth treatment of the wall d. towers and tracery of Gothic architecture 7. Caravaggio's.
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26. Which artist painted groups of soaring figures on the dome of Parma Cathedral that seemed to ascend through rings of clouds into the sky itself? a. Andrea del Sarto b. Correggio c. Michelangelo d. Titian 27. Titian's Meeting of Bacchus and Ariadne was most likely inspired by ____. a. Classical art b. the tradition of romance.
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16. The first known northern European self-portrait by a woman is purportedly by which of the following? a. Levina Teerlinc b. Judith Leyster c. Caterina van Hemessen d. Lavinia Fontana 17. In Bruegel's Netherlandish Proverbs, the artist has depicted the Netherlandish obsession with proverbs. The scene is busy with a topsy-turvy multiplicity of figures and.
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38. (Figure 22-34) a. Andrea del Sarto b. Leonardo da Vinci c. Giorgione d. Giovanni Bellini 39. (Figure 22-47) a. Rosso Fiorentino b. Sofonisba Anguissola c. Parmigianino d. Bronzino 40. (Figure 22-13) a. Michelangelo b. Cellini c. da Bologna d. Donatello 41. (Figure 22-9) a. Leonardo b. Michelangelo c. Titian d. Raphael 42. (Figure 22-32) a. Madonna of the Goldfinch b. Madonna of the Harp c. Madonna and Child with St. Anne d. San.
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49. (Figure 23-26) a. Dürer b. El Greco c. Holbein d. Altdorfer 50. (Figure 23-12) a. Paris b. Rome c. Antwerp d. Berlin 51. (Figure 23-5A) a. charcoal b. woodcut c. engraving d. drawing 52. (Figure 23-22A) a. Holbein the Younger b. Grünewald c. Holbein d. Bruegel the Elder 53. (Figure 23-9) a. Dürer b. Cranach the Elder c. Bruegel the Elder d. Altdorfer     .
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1. The destruction of images in German cities that occurred in the 1520s is known as the ____. a. Thirty Years War b. Great Iconoclasm c. Saint Anthony's Fire d. Counter-Reformation 2. Hans Holbein, a master portraitist, combines realism with monumental composition and sculpturesque form. Which of the following traditions does this describe? a. Flemish and.
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44. (Figure 23-5) a. pen and ink b. etching c. engraving d. woodcut 45. (Figure 23-10) a. Holbein b. Dürer c. Altdorfer d. Bruegel 46. (Figure 23-13) a. Château Chambord b. Louvre c. Escorial d. Fontainebleau 47. (Figure 23-14) a. France b. Netherlands c. Germany d. Spain 48. (Figure 23-2) a. Crelingen Altarpiece b. Isenheim Altarpiece c. Portinari Altarpiece d. Ghent Altarpiece     .
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1. Which of the following Renaissance churches influenced Maderno's design for Santa Susanna in Rome? a. San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane, Rome b. Il Gesù, Rome c. Cathedral, Florence d. Sta. Maria Novella, Florence 2. Which of the following influenced Paul V's decision to convert the central plan of Saint Peter's into a basilican plan.
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SLIDE IDENTIFICATION Select the response that identifies or corresponds best to the image on the screen. 33. (Figure 22-38) a. Leonardo da Vinci b. Titian c. Parmigianino d. Raphael 34. (Figure 22-54) a. San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice b. Tempietto, Rome c. St. Peter's, Rome d. Palazzo del Tè, Mantua 35. (Figure 22-21) a. Bramante b. Palladio c. Michelangelo d. Sansovino 36. (Figure 22-10) a. Titian b. Bronzino c. Rosso Fiorentino d..
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8. How did Protestant views of religious art differ from Catholics and what effect did their views have on the appearance of their churches? 9. How does Dürer's The Fall of Man (Adam and Eve) represent Classical and Northern traditions? 10. What stylistic influences are apparent in the work of El Greco?     .
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6. How did Michelangelo's David become a political statement? a. The sheer size of the work illustrated the wealth of Florence b. David was the patron saint of the Gonzagas c. The Pope contributed to the commission d. The placement of figure near the west door of the Palazzo della Signoria 7. How has Michelangelo.
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1. The creation of which of the following allowed merchant firms to hold money on account instead of carrying precious metals as a form of payment for trade goods? a. transfer merchandizing b. International Company of Bankers c. Bank of Amsterdam d. Bank of Genoa 2. In Rembrandt's Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp, he has.
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SLIDE IDENTIFICATION Select the response that identifies or corresponds best to the image on the screen. 19. (Figure 24-18) a. Pozzo b. Cortona c. Caravaggio d. Carracci 20. (Figure 24-8) a. Borromini b. Ribera c. Bernini d. Carracci 21. (Figure 24-9) a. Bernini b. Guarini c. Maderno d. Borromini 22. (Figure 24-20) a. Annibale Carracci b. Caravaggio c. Guido Reni d. Artemisia Gentileschi 23. (Figure 24-24) a. ceiling of Sant'Ignazio, Rome b. ceiling of.
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11. Which of the following artists was most closely associated with the style known as classical Baroque? a. Rubens b. Caravaggio c. Bernini d. Poussin 12. Vermeer was known to have used which of the following tools? a. stencils b. camera obscura c. clip targets d. photo lens 13. Inigo Jones created a clear and dignified design for the Banqueting.
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39. (Figure 23-15) a. Spain b. France c. Netherlands d. Germany 40. (Figure 23-2) a. Dürer b. Grünewald c. Holbein d. Altdorfer 41. (Figure 23-16) a. Holbein b. Jean Clouet c. Bruegel d. Massys 42. (Figure 23-19) a. Cranach the Elder b. Levina Teerlinc c. Jan Gossaert d. Holbein 43. (Figure 23-24) a. German b. Netherlandish c. French d. Spanish     .
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